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WELCOME TO KEYSTONE HOSPITALITY
Keystone Hospitality pays homage to the restaurant that started it all - The Keystone Alley restaurant, which was a staple in Stratford for years. A Keystone is a central stone at the summit of an arch, which locks the whole thing together. We feel that Keystone Hospitality is a suiting name for our Hospitality group, as the Keystone restaurant was the starting piece to our journey, and held the "arch" together allowing us to grow into what you see today.
The Keystone Hospitality group is owned and operated by Anthony Jordaan and Kimberly Hurley. Alongside a dynamic and talented group of team members, they have created an atmosphere of dining and shopping that was an immediate staple in the city. They also have 3 children aged 6 and under, and expanded the Keystone Alley (now The Alley) restaurant to include the Braai House, the Little Green Grocery, Ken’s French Fries, Ken's Lost Sheep, as well as the Keystone Place.
KEN'S FRENCH FRIES 2.0
Ken's French Fries
This business was founded in 1953 in Stratford starting with one truck that was painted white. Since then it has changed hands a couple of times, with Keystone Hospitality taking over!
Keystone will be reopening as “The Alley”; with a new style of food, completely renovated interior as well as the obvious name change, everything that has been planned and created will continue to shock and awe.
Ken's French Fries
This permanent position plays an integral role in the success of the Keystone Hospitality Group. You will become a part of our popular Kens Fry truck team to ensure Stratford gets its famous french fries and poutine.
The Little Green Grocery/ Brch & Wyn
This full-time permanent position plays an integral role in the success of the Keystone Hospitality Group. You will be responsible for the preparation of all baked goods including breads, bagels, and sweets for The Little Green Grocery and The BRCH and Wyn Bar.