The Rex's Den at UTSC

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The Rex's Den is the student run and owned restaurant and pub at the University of Toronto Scarborough. It is a for profit subsidiary of the Scarborough Campus Students Union (also known as SCSU)- SCSU Restuarants Inc. (SRI) Its mission statement is described by Daniel Tittil current CFO is:

Rex’s Den is committed to enhancing campus life, creating delicious dishes and being a home away from home for UTSC students. Its spaces and dishes serve up something fresh and fun at UTSC. Come down to the den and experience the excitement of our ‘Classic Lounge'- enjoy a game of pool or foosball. Or watch it transformed into 'Rex’s Cinema' or 'Rex’s Stadium' for popular movies and events!

Located at the lower level of the student center, the pub is the sister company of the KFC and Hero Burger franchises. (All owned by SRI). This food and entertainment enterprises are set up to provide greater food options as well as jobs on campus for its students.

The restaurant and pub is open 11am to 11pm Monday to Friday and features many dishes and daily specials see www.therexsden.caThe campus mascot is passionately known as Rex the Racoon - hence the name of the pub. The space is known for its delicious food and campus entertainment. These attractions include Movie Mondays, Gaming Tuesdays, Band Night Wednesdays, Trance Thursdays, and Free-style Fridays.

The story of Rex the raccoon is said to be a mystery but will be cleared up soon by the SCSU.

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