Oretta, the trendiest Italian restaurant on King St West

August 8, 2017 by  
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The Oretta is the perfect place for the Italian food lover who also enjoys art-deco styling. The sophisticated decor isn’t in line with their differents dishes, the food in this place is authentic, just like the food that you eat in a traditional Italian family.

The Italian restaurant offers a private room for a variety of personal and corporate events.

The Soggiorno (the living room) and the L’attico (the penthouse) hold a maximum of 50 guests for a sit-down meal and 70 guests for a standing reception.

If the rooms are divided into smaller rooms, the Soggiorno, can accommodate up to 20 guests sit down.

L’attico, with the demonstration kitchen, holds up to 30 guests for a sit-down meal.

Cantina, the Semi-Private Dining Room, can accommodate up to 20 guests sit down.

Oretta

633 King St W

416.944.1932

For more information and make a reservation: http://oretta.to/

Where Did Donald Trump Come From?

November 19, 2016 by  
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Hogg, Shain & Scheck – Special Edition Dinner Event

Featuring David Shribman

American politics are at a pivotal point in history. This year’s presidential race features candidates who all have unique platforms and values. No other candidate however, is as eccentric, bold and unfiltered as Donald John Trump.

On June 1, Hogg, Shain & Scheck hosted a speaker presentation to celebrate the recent merger with local accounting firm, Marinucci & Company. The invitational event was targeted to HSS clients, business owners and not-for-profit community leaders. David Shribman, the executive editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, gave a detailed look at the upcoming presidential election and the likely Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump.

“He is one part populist, one part brilliant exploiter of public fears, one part mesmerizing but inflammatory preacher, one part showboat and one part crusading anti-elitist,” said Shribman. “Trump matches his rhetoric with a personality well tuned to the moment – a man too rich to be bought by big interests, too self-assured to be swayed by the concerns of the party establishment, too blunt to be misunderstood.”

The presentation examined the recent success of Donald Trump in the primaries and also discussed presidential opponent, Hillary Clinton. When talking about American presidential history, Shribman pointed out that some of the least favoured candidates leading into an election are remembered as some of the most impactful, well-liked Presidents of the United States.

Shribman’s coverage on politics is distinguished and highlighted by a Pulitzer Prize that he was awarded in 1995 for his reporting on Washington and the American political scene.

For more information on HSS and their speakers, visit: http://www.hss-ca.com/events/

 

Singles Golf Lesson at Lionhead Golf Course

August 22, 2016 by  
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Thursday August 25 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm$40 – exceptional value includes sponsor goodies and a free drink at Iggy’sunnamed (1)Singles Golf Lessons & Mixer and One Hole Game at Lionhead Golf Course on Thursday Aug 25th 2016 will be a very special event. Don’t miss out on this! This is one of those quirky attractions where so much is free, and such occasions can forge deep and lasting friendships between strangers. Look around – because of the unique setting and the rather strange scenario any single people who meet getting golf lessons will bond together extraordinarily quickly because golf is a game with a really strong group dynamic. Its no coincidence so much business is done while playing golf.

bradleeryall_orangelogoCome join a dozen other sophisticated singles outside on Aug 25th 2016, a warm summer evening on the practice greens and at the driving range at Lionhead Golf Course on Mississauga rd, working on your swing. Spend the night relaxing & networking while learning to play golf At Bradlee Ryall Golf Academy, Toronto golf lessons are highly instructive, and effective bad habit breakers and good habit training. The sessions are affordable and fun and their ‘skills workshops’ are legendary and in very high demand with Juniors High Achievers training for golf scholarship play off dates.

On this evening, everything is included: and of course that includes equipment rentals, green fees, golf lessons and one free drink at Iggy’s afterwards. Get it all in one stroke!

golf academy in TorontoEvent designed by Laura Bilotta, Toronto matchmaker the accomplished business woman behind Single in the City.

Men and women can learn a lot about each other by taking group golf lessons and doing skills training workshops together at the golf course. The One Hole Game at the end of the evening is expected to be equal parts thrilling and hilarious. Event price of $40 includes one free drink at Iggy’s cafe patio at Lionhead.

Date: Thursday, August 25, 2016

Time: 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Location: Lionhead Golf Course, 8525 Mississauga Rd. Brampton, Ontario, ON L6Y 0C1

Price: $40.00

Below is a direct link to Laura’s website blog for even more information, http://singleinthecity.ca/evening-golf-lessons-mixer-at-lionhead/

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Toronto Welcomes Chihuly’s Colourful Works of Art

July 7, 2016 by  
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The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is now proudly showcasing the colourful, captivating art of internationally acclaimed artist Dale Chihuly. The exhibit will run from June 25, 2016 all the way through until January 2, 2017 and will feature classic installations selected by Chihuly, along with pieces created exclusively for the ROM’s exhibit.

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Chihuly has been creating colourful and mesmerizing glass installations for over 50 years. Drawing inspiration from the environment around him, his pieces are unique to each place he has visited. Over his career, Chihuly has mastered the transparent qualities of ice, water, glass and neon by creating works of art that allow viewers to be immersed into his thoughts and experiences.

The exhibit is now open, and being displayed in the Garfield Weston Exhibition Hall. Admission is free for ROM members, $29 for adults, $26.50 for students/seniors, and $21 for children (4-14 years).

Make sure not to miss this unique, colourful and captivating exhibit, perfect for any age.

For tickets or more information visit http://www.rom.on.ca/en/chihuly

 

Hemingway’s Celebrates Canada with Brickworks Cider

July 6, 2016 by  
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Hemingway’s knows how to draw a crowd! The Pre-Canada Day Celebration was a massive success. The rooftop patio was filled to the brim with every table full, a line out the door, and the bar busy with a sea of red and white wearing guests.

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The event sponsor, Brickworks Ciderhouse provided free samples of their two ciders, Batch : 1904 the dry cider, and Queen Street 501 the sweeter cider made from eight different apples. While sampling the all natural ciders, guest were told about the brewing process and we able to ask questions. Brickworks also had a gift basket filled with goodies up for grabs in a raffle which was entered by anyone who bought a cider.

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Guests were also treated to Brickworks inspired snacks crafted by Hemingway’s, which were very popular. These snacks included samosas and pakoras served with a dip, and a chilled honeydew puree with dry cider soup served in a shot glass.

Thank you to everyone who came out to start their Canada Day celebrations early and support Hemingway’s! Hope to see everyone at the next Hemingway’s event!

For pictures from Hemingway’s Pre-Canada Day event:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/cityeventstoronto/albums/72157669417549230

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/cityeventstoronto/albums

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