After much anticipation, Vancouver-based Cactus Club has opened its doors in the heart of Toronto’s Financial District. They brought with them the West Coast vibe, excellent customer service and a global culinary cuisine led by Rob Feenie, Canada’s first Iron Chef America champion by defeating chef Masaharu Morimoto.

At the helm, Richard Jaffray, a founder and the current owner of Cactus Club Café has now opened 28 restaurants to date from British Columbia to Alberta, Saskatchewan and now Ontario. The restaurants are also members of Ocean Wise, an ocean sustainability program and The Green Table Network, a conservation initiative as part of their commitment in the environment and communities.

Cactus Club Café is a casual fine dining experience with comfortable yet elegantly vibrant highlights throughout the restaurant. The Toronto location in particular is beautiful; three stories that suit differing customer moods with the most unique on the top floor where it’s intimate and lush. A fully retractable roof opens to city lights and fresh air to complete the dining experience.

For information and reservations:

First Canadian Place (facing Adelaide Street West)
77 Adelaide Street West, Toronto ON
(647) 748-2025

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