Category: drink

What’s more fun than playing ping-pong with your friends? Playing ping-pong while drinking well-crafted cocktails? How about this…playing ping-pong with your friends, while sipping plush cocktails and indulging on gourmet, locally sourced dishes. These are the ingenious extravagances of what SPiN Toronto, the ping-pong nightclub, has to offer.

On any given night, the city opens up to countless unexpected food journeys that will tickle the palates of any epicurean. Such was true when Popup Markets hosted one of their food parties at WonderPho, a modern Vietnamese restaurant, located at York Mills and Don Mills, in North York.

The Adelaide – Rye whiskey cocktail | Photo: Nellie Chen

A new resto-bar, SpeakEasy 21, opens in the heart of the Financial District. Located on the main floor of the Scotiabank Plaza right next to the Trump Hotel, the 4,000 square foot space offers a contemporary dining experience with relaxing casual vibes.

Inside The Rum Exchange

From the founder of Pravda Vodka Bar and Troika Vodka Boutique comes Toronto’s newest rum bar – The Rum Exchange. Located in the heart of downtown at Bay and Richmond, The Rum Exchange opened its doors on April 3rd, 2014.

Taking over the Lucien restaurant space, the new East Thirty-Six restaurant and cocktail bar is now open at 36 Wellington East, featuring a flair for haute French cuisine and craft cocktails brought to you by the duo of Chef Brent Maxwell and mixologist, Julien Salomone.

Winner of Judge's Choice: Jay Meyers (Hudson Kitchen) and Winner of People's Choice: Michael Mooney (Geraldine)

What’s the best way to spend a chilly start of the week? Lots of cocktails! Local bartenders flexing their skills battled it out at The Liberty Grand, Exhibition Place in front of 700 people this past Monday night. Organized by Made with Love, the annual cocktail competition brought together 17 finalists, representing various Toronto restaurants, to showcase the expanding mixology talent this city has to offer. One of two titles could be claimed, People’s Choice and Judge’s Choice.

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