Groupe Restos DIX30

Groupe Restos DIX30
Cafe du Theatre

Cafe du Theatre

November 04, 2014 07:00 ET

Groupe Restos DIX30: A Key Player in Montreal's South Shore Restaurant Business Celebrates Eight Years of Success, and Announces the Opening of the French Brewery le Cafe du Theatre

BROSSARD, QUEBEC--(Marketwired - Nov. 4, 2014) - Groupe Restos Quartier DIX30, the company that owns and manages three flagship restaurants at Quartier DIX30 since its launch in 2006, is proud to announce the opening of the French brewery le Café du Théâtre.

''We are very proud to be opening a brand new restaurant at Quartier DIX30. The French brewery le Café du Théâtre is a unique concept that offers a menu focused on classic French cuisine. We are convinced that our current customers will appreciate this new addition as a welcome contribution to the service offering in the restaurant industry on the South Shore of Montreal," declared Claude Labonté the CEO of Groupe Restos DIX30.

The owners of the company, Claude Labonté, CEO, and Maxime Caron-Labonté, Director of operations, have contributed to building Quartier DIX30's strong reputation by managing the three restaurants that have, since their openings become some of the most renowned culinary establishments in the area.

La Tomate Blanche offers traditional Italian cuisine that has become the favourite for business lunches on the South Shore of Montreal. Le Vestibule signé l'Aurochs, a casual wine bar, is a popular choice for cocktail hours and dinners out with friends. Finally, l'Aurochs, an urban steakhouse, is the perfect place for steak and seafood lovers that are looking for quality products in an accessible and friendly environment.

"We've had tremendous success with the opening of our three restaurants since 2006. We are particularly proud to be a creator of local jobs, operating in a highly competitive and constantly evolving market. The opening of our fourth restaurant, the French brewery le Café du Théâtre, is the culmination of a great deal of hard work; we feel it demonstrates our desire to continue to expand our activities in the market," added Caron-Maxime Labonté the Director of Operations of Groupe Restos DIX30.

The opening of the French brewery le Café du Théâtre is scheduled for December 2014.

About Groupe Restos DIX30

Groupe Restos DIX30 is a family-owned company founded in 2006. It is a leader in the development and management of restaurants in Canada's largest lifestyle center, the Quartier DIX30, located in Brossard, Quebec. Groupe Restos DIX30 currently owns and operates four restaurants: La Tomate Blanche, l'Aurochs, le Vestibule signé l'Aurochs, and the French brewery Le Café du Théâtre. The company employs more than 350 people in its restaurants and its administrative headquarters. Groupe Restos DIX30 offers unique dining concepts and meals created with high quality ingredients. For more information, please visit

About Claude Labonté, CEO, Groupe Restos DIX30

Claude Labonté has built an impressive career in the restaurant industry; he has become one of the most respected franchisees in the country. One of his first major roles was taking on the development of all Van Houtte coffee shops in Quebec. Then, in the 1990s Mr. Labonté became the largest Burger King franchisee in Canada as he led the development of Burger King Restaurants in Quebec. In recent years, Mr. Labonté has served on several committees as a consultant for the Marketing Committee of Canada and to the Global Purchasing Committee. He was also President and Treasurer, Quebec, for the Canadian Association of Franchisees. Since 2006, Mr. Labonté has served as CEO of Groupe Restos DIX30.

Mr. Labonté has won several awards, including Franchisee of the Year in 1995, Vision 2000 Burger King in 1996, Developer of the Year (Canada) in 1997, and the Whopper Crystal Franchisee Award in 2000.

About Maxime Caron-Labonté, Director of Operations, Groupe Restos DIX30

Maxime Caron-Labonté has led a successful career in the restaurant industry. He has a Bachelor's degree in Management and International Management from HEC Montreal, and a Master's in International Management with a specialization in Operations Management and Production Economics from the Johannes Kepler University in Austria. Between 2007 and 2010, Mr. Caron-Labonté worked in Europe as purchasing manager for the DO & CO Group, a company that manages and owns an extensive portfolio of assets in the European restaurant and entertainment industry. This entertainment experience allowed him to collaborate on various world-class sporting events including Formula One, the Vancouver Olympics, and ATP tennis in Madrid, Spain. Now back in Quebec, Mr. Caron-Labonté has joined Groupe Restos DIX30's team as Director of Operations, where he oversees the four restaurants owned by the company: La Tomate Blanche, l'Aurochs, le Vestibule signé l'Aurochs and the French brewery Le Café du Théâtre.

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