What is old is new again and conceptualized in the re-invention of Toronto’s beloved former Panorama Lounge on the 51st floor of Manulife Centre. Add a mixture of elegance, glamour, luxury, and hospitality to complement. The design, touches and finishes are reminiscent of the golden age of the 1920’s with a modern Los Angeles inspired flair; warm, earthy wood textures against palettes of cooler tones, accentuated by a glossy white ceiling.

The One Eighty will feature a showpiece M-bar with a built in DJ station and chef’s rail while also setting the mood for the lounge.

Also unique to The One Eighty is an interactive table-side service where servers will visit tables between courses to offer exclusive gastronomic items and specialty cocktails from stylish bar carts.

An upgraded kitchen to match the visual splendor as the owners, Eatertainment put heightened emphasis on the culinary experience for its diners. With Chef Christopher Matthews at the helm, the focus is on local food and slow food to create quality taste, texture and colour. With glass adorning all sides of the restaurant, diners are rewarded with a 180 degree view. Two patios provide an extension of the luxurious romantic charm that hovers among the ceiling of the city for what will remain as one of the best views of the skyline.

The One Eighty accommodates over 90 dining guests and up to 250 for cocktail receptions with 3,000 sq. ft of interior space to work with.

The One Eighty will be re-opened mid-March from Sunday to Wednesday from 5:00pm to 1:00am and Thursday to Saturday from 5:00pm to 2:00am.

Stay tuned!

For more information, visit:
Website: www.the51stfloor.com
Twitter: @the51stfloor
Instagram: @the51stfloor
Facebook: www.facebook.com/the51stfloor




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