CANFAR hosted another extravagant “Bloor Street Entertains” evening starting with a reception at the Royal Ontario Museum followed by pop-up dinners taking place in shops and boutiques across Bloor Street, also known as the “Mink Mile”, for the luxurious and upscale nature of the area. Some highly sought-after upscale dining hotspots included Hugo BOSS, Harry Rosen, Tiffany & Co., Diesel, Cartier, Pink Tartan, Roots, Mont Blanc, the ROM and more. Top local chefs delivering on the exclusive multi-course dining experience included Jamie Kennedy, Corbin Tomaszeski, Bruce Woods, Brad Long, Paul Boehmer, Rob Gentile, Trevor Wilkinson, James Olberg and more.
Following the dinner there was an after party back at the ROM to dance the night away. It was an interesting night with lots to do and highly recommended for those who are looking for a unique dining experience. How often do you get to sit down to enjoy fine dining in a jewellery store or clothing store?
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