Located in the heart of Liberty Village, its very own modern one-of-a-kind Japanese restaurant called Liberty Noodle. The restaurant serves healthy and nutritious Japanese inspired meals which include ramen and sushi with influences from far-off places like India, China and Thailand. The restaurant incorporates a clean and modern aesthetic, allowing the food to be the focus of their guest experience.
And speaking of guest experience, the owners of Liberty Noodle took part in a local networking event (Liberty Social Hour) and did an incredible job catering to their guests.
“Liberty Social hour is what it promises to be. The event was a huge success, a restaurant owner’s nightly wish. A good vibe, a great crowd- eclectic as the neighbourhood. Furthermore, the organizing team, lead during our event, by Jay Reyes, made it a walk in the park for me and my staff” said Sang Kim, Head Chef of Liberty Noodle.
A great place to enjoy great food with friends and co-workers, Liberty Noodle delivers a voyage of culinary travel through some of the most exciting foods of Asia.
“It was very nice of you to bring people together for Liberty Social Hour. This was a great opportunity to meet with my fellow community members and talk about the area. Liberty Social Hour exposed residents to the many great venues in their own backyard.” Mike Yen
“I must admit that I was really impressed with the networking sessions. I got business!!!!. My main objective in a networking is to find new leads. This Networking allowed me to gain new ideas and new approaches that I didn’t think of before.
It was amazing experience. I will definitely attend next year.” Alicia Galarza
“I attended the last 3 events and each time, I met new people from the neighbourhood. Great idea, great concept to bring people together!” Laure ampilhac
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Located minutes away from the chaotic streets of downtown core, Liberty Village is an emerging community for socializing and networking just west of Toronto for businesses and residents. CityEvents and InLibertyVillage.com host events which enable locals to meet and mingle with each other. Continuing this successful trend- Locus 144, located in The Liberty Market during “Live It Up in Liberty”, held a successful community networking event on Thursday, July 28th showcasing their unique dinner menu and spirits lists.
The ambience of Locus 144 is very soothing, especially after a long day at work one would want tounwind and submerge themselves into the warm and cozy colour pallets of thedecor with lit candles welcoming you at the dinner table or lounge seating.
Lights were dimmed to perfection and the music just loud enough so people could still talk and not yell in each other’s ears. Locus also invited a local classic/pop singer to add some flavour to the already vibrant event and Lucia (www.luciaonline.com) sang for a set before the D.J took over playing into the late hours of a beautiful summer evening.
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A warm and welcoming west coast feel, champagne on hand to greet and a menu with a flirtatious sense of fun- caught your attention yet? Earl’s Restaurant, located in the heart of Toronto’s financial district, recently inaugurated their summer patio and created a welcoming place where everything good in life tastes even better in a relaxed yet extremely stylish environment.
The patio launch was impressive; Earls hired the best local d.js to keep the crowd “vibing” and poured Dom Perignon and Moet Chandon to cater the exclusive crowd. Each booth and section had cigars on hand for the guests. Earls is a great addition to Toronto’s vibrant restaurant scene and is will be on of the busy hot spots in the financial district this summer. Definitely worth checking out. www.earls.ca