CRAFT Beer Market opens restaurant in Toronto

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PJ L’Heureux (on right) founder and owner of Craft Beer Market with Peter Bulut Jr., (center) President and Chief Brewing Officer of Great Lakes Brewery.
Starters
CRAFT Beer Market is a Calgary-based restaurant chain which brings to Toronto the largest selection of draft beers in Ontario. With success in Liberty Village and a long-awaited construction schedule CRAFT has opened a flagship downtown location.

Cocktails
The new location is a two-story building which seats over 400 people, featuring a glass-enclosed room by the entrance displaying over 250 kegs. Steel beer pipes run across the venue’s ceiling connecting the keg room to the central island bar.
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CRAFT Beer Market central island bar
Mains – Features
CRAFT’s main bar consists of 160 taps including ciders, fruity beers, classic lagers and dark ales. The food is prepared with locally-sourced ingredients and there are options for children, gluten intolerant eaters, and guests with food allergies. It also has a beer garden which hosts up to 250 guests and will open next summer.

Sides
Every weekend from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. CRAFT offers a special brunch meal. It varies from the Classic Breakfast with farm fresh eggs, bacon and crispy harsh browns to Breakfast Tacos with a beer can chicken, pico de gallo, guacamole and feta cheese.

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View from the upper mezzanine at CRAFT.

Desserts – The Icing
The restaurant is open daily from lunch to late night. Whether you want to enjoy a pint after work or have brunch on the weekend, CRAFT is the place to go anytime for diverse craft beers and quality food. Minors are welcome until 9 p.m. so you can bring the whole family along.

 

King West Christmas

December 6, 2017 by  
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“IT’S TIME for Shanny & Deb to host a KING STREET CHRISTMAS”

The Holidays season is here and Christmas and Hanukkah are getting closer!   Come celebrate the start of the Holiday Season and end of the holiday party season, at one of Toronto’s most unique downtown venue’s, Everleigh.

The holidays wouldn’t be the same without our clients, supporters, partners, and friends all there to celebrate the festive season under one roof!

King street christmas

Date: December 21st

Time: 9:00 – 11 PM

Location: Everleigh Club, 580 King Street West

Free Entry before midnight for Guestlist

For more information: info@torontocityevents.ca

or date@shannyinthecity.com

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/369374643532468/

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Amica helping hands throws their annual gala for underprivileged seniors

October 31, 2017 by  
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On November 2nd, 2017 Amica will be throwing their annual Amica Helping Hands fundraising dinner in support of seniors in need at The Omni King Edward Hotel.

 

Amica Helping Hands started in 2003 and every December the charity prepares baskets filled to the top with non-perishable foods, a warm blanket and gift certificates for local grocery stores and pharmacies. They deliver these baskets to low-income seniors with the assistance of other charities. Many recipients of these baskets often live alone or in poverty.

 

In addition to Amica Helping Hands basket program they also support not for profit organizations all across Canada that assist in helping seniors in need. They do this by providing these organizations with funding for initiatives that improve the quality of life for seniors.

 

This year Amica Helping Hands Gala will be hosted by Jessica Holmes a local comedian, author, and mental health activist. Key Note speaker Susan Pinker,  psychologist, journalist and award-winning author, will be taking the stage to discuss her latest book, The Village Effect: How Face-to-Face Contact Can Make Us Healthier and Smarter and neuropsychologist Dr. Shayna Rosenbaum will also be in attendance and will be presenting her findings on aging and memory.

 

The night will start with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, followed by a gourmet sit-down dinner and silent art auction featuring art created by residence. All proceeds from the event will go towards helping underprivileged Canadian seniors in need.

 

Amica Helping Hands Gala

Date: November 2nd, 2017

Time: 5:30pm-11:30pm

Tickets: http://bit.ly/2gK34j5

Location: The Omni King Edward Hotel

 37 King Street East

             Toronto, Ontario, MSC 1E9

 

https://www.amica.ca/helping-hands/

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From Backstage to the Catwalk : CityEvents Produces ATSC Fashion Show

 

On August 22nd 2017, CityEvents took part in the Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada Trade Show at the International Centre. CityEvents presented the crowd a fun and trendy fashion show to the mix of some already great seminars that take place at the yearly trade show.

The show featured some amazing designers from students out of George Brown, Seneca College, OCAD, Fanshaw and Humber College to some trendy up and coming Canadian designers. Amongst this mix were student designers such as Anastasiya Lyevina who opened the show and set the mood for the day, along with Kennie Lampkin and Sepideh Ghahremani whose designs took the stage by storm.

Some of the featured Canadian designers consisted of Gift Gowns a stylish alternative to those boring hospital gowns that everyone is so used to, Katiya Lifestyle Brand whose designs were comfortable and perfect to wear during your downtime.  

KM Brand who was also featured in the trends lounge that displayed how you can take one outfit and turn it into another. KM designs featured cool zip off clothing pieces that turned short sleeves into long sleeves and pants into shorts in a matter of seconds. Last but not least Julia Grieve’s designs closed the show with her brand PreLoved and showed off some great sustainable pieces that could be added to any fashion lovers wardrobe for this up and coming fall and winter seasons.

The show also featured some of the amazing designs from the exhibitors that were already on the trade show floor from Bangledesh, China and India.  This show provided the public the option to stop by the booths and check out designs that were being featured in the show.

With a professional stage, awesome music and great lighting no wonder people were stopping by to take pictures as the models strutted everything from outerwear to formal wear and designs for every season.

CityEvents was pleased to take part in the production for this show by recruiting designers from all over. The experience of marketing and producing the show was a joy to the team. Thank you to all the schools, models, designers and supporters who came out to help and check out the show.  

 

For more information on the show click here: http://www.appareltextilesourcing.com/

 

 

3 Brewers, French microbrewery

The 3 Brewers, (“Les trois Brasseurs” ) is a perfect place to have fun with your close friends, your half or even your colleagues. Take a break and drink one of their traditional beers.

 

This is one of the best “brewpubs” in Toronto, where you can enjoy fresh beer, seasonal products, and uncommon drinks. It is an ideal spot for a business lunch or just to relax after a day at the office.

The restaurants offer many beverages and bar dishes, beers brewed onsite for example. Beers lovers and “foodies” have a lot to like at this restaurant.

For groups the 3 Brewers have a variety of group menus for either full dinner options or cocktail events.

It provides you with the perfect venue setup for any kind of special event imaginable with a number semiprivate spaces, a great bar areas and in the summer a patio that wraps around the building.

 

The 3 Brewers have 3 locations around downtown Toronto:

275 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5B 1N8

Capacity: 300

120 Adelaide Street West, Local 100, Toronto, ON M5H 1T1

Capacity: 220 seats over 2 floors / 120 seat patio

2 Liberty St, Toronto, ON M6K 1A5

Capacity: 300

 

For more information and make a reservation: https://les3brasseurs.ca

 

 

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