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The Hartly Making a Noteworthy Entrance into the Toronto Hospitality Scene

Hospitality has always been a hot hub for entrepreneurs, and not even a pandemic could completely shut down such a buzzing industry. With the world opening up and normalcy returning, three business partners have taken a deep dive into the hospitality industry by launching a hot, sizzling restaurant and bar in Toronto. Named The Hartly and founded by partners Josh Herman, Sam Reznick and Reza Abedi, the new restaurant and bar aims to give the people of Toronto a place to hibernate, have fun and enjoy great food and ambiance.

With its grand entrance into Toronto, The Hartly brings a wide array of Latin and Japanese-inspired cuisine. And bringing all of that to life is its in-house chef Daniel Ken whose extensive experience spans across different continents and cultures worldwide. The Hartly set out to offer a one-in-town experience in line with its founders’ vision to become a top recognized venture in the Toronto hospitality scene. Taking over the space that previously housed Godie Bar, The Hartly and its founders are ready to give Toronto a never-before-seen dining experience.

More than its promise of excellent dining, The Hartly also promises premium entertainment with a great ambiance to accentuate the experience. It offers the perfect destination for fun-seeking patrons who need a place to let out steam. 

Throwing their weight behind this new venture, Josh Herman, Reza Abedi and Sam Reznick are all focused on one thing—success in the hospitality industry. Josh Herman, known for his wide range of managerial experience, teamed up with Sam Reznick and Reza Abedi to create The Hartly. The trio share experiences in the hospitality industry and look forward to making a sweeping stake in the Toronto scene.

Sam Reznick, a promoter and an operator, established a nightclub with Josh Herman in Toronto called Liar Liar in 2017. Together, they established another upscale cocktail lounge called Daisy in 2019, which now serves as an evening hotspot table service. Reza Abedi, on the other hand, is passionate about art, creativity and has used these interests to build a shiny portfolio and vast experience in the entertainment world.

As The Hartly begins operations and announces its presence as the next big thing to grace the stage in Toronto, its founders see the restaurant and bar as the first of many in Toronto and other locations outside Toronto. The Hartly’s projections are in place, and they all border around expansion and complete domination of the hospitality scene.

“We want to be the standard for fine dining, wining and entertainment. We want our experience to be the gold standard for other establishments, and we already kicked off with a bang. By the time we’re at full speed, Toronto will realize the full extent of what we represent,” Sam Reznick said.

Learn more about The Hartly by visiting its website. Also, follow its Facebook and Instagram pages for up-to-date information about the restaurant’s operations.

Stanley Thompson has a degree in Journalism who has a strong journalism background and vast experience editing and selecting stories for digital content platforms. He was able to drive and generate effective content for a variety of audiences, including premium news events and editorial coverage.

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