Starting off 2018 in style, 55 Avenue Road’s Yorkville-Village opened its doors to Toronto Fashion Week – and the Fall/Winter season has never looked so good! The 3-day festival, in Toronto’s most prestigious and stylish luxury neighborhood, welcomed designers, influencers, the who’s-who of Canadian fashion, and fashion lovers alike. Traditional runways, paired with studio presentations and designer showrooms, created a unique atmosphere of the here and now.
Our favourite childhood characters and superheros have been brought to life by a heroic team of restaurant owners, Patrick and Nader Marzouk. “Figures” is a resto-lounge that links our favourite childhood cartoons and memories with a sophisticated dining experience. The place in itself has been transformed, from what was previously known as Coco Lezzone, into an open and comfortable dining space where one can identify familiar pop-culture on the wall’s artwork and ceiling installations throughout the evening, while sipping on…
Bar Reyna is a great new addition in the heart of the Yorkville neighbourhood, a Mediterranean snack and cocktail bar, with a patio ready for summer. In the 2-storey Victorian house, both the main and second-floor dining rooms have their own dedicated bar and out back, a covered patio for year-round enjoyment.
U-feast and Sassafraz teamed up in support of Second Harvest for their 1st annual charity event on Thursday March 10th. The 4-course dinner was set for the theme of “A Wild Affair” by Sassafraz’s very own Executive Chef, Geoff Web, and Sassafraz alumni, Chef Michael Hunter (who now owns Antler Kitchen Bar). Not only did guests get to enjoy a an off-menu experience but they also supported a really great cause in its entirety.