Every detail is looked after to create the perfect tasting experience. Chilled glasses and rims dipped in the finest of ingredients, including lavender sugar and lemongrass. Different flavour combinations were muddled and mixed to excite your palette. The new spring/summer menu at East Thirty-Six, uses seasonal flavours with lots of citrus inspired liqueurs to evoke a clean and crisp feeling, like a spring morning, when enjoying your drink.
The mixologists, headed by Julien Salomone, were busy making new cocktails including:
A sweet tasting drink with citrus infused Absolut vodka, passionfruit syrup and a dash of Dillion’s DSB Bitters with notes of vanilla and allspice.
The trendy “cousin” of tequila, Mezcal takes center stage in this green coloured cocktail. Like tequila, it was sipped with a salted rim. Instead of the typical lemon wedge, a chilli pepper graced the drink with a toothpick. The smoky pepper flavour was very subtle but evened out the sweet agave.
The gourmet snack food was delicious. Circling through the room were Lamb Sliders and Fried Humboldt Squid.
On a regular night, the venue can hold 120 people standing, or 65 seated for dinner. There is also a semi-private room for parties of 18. The evening saw the space filled with people mixing and mingling after work, complemented with jazz music from the Brushstrokes Trio, that made the relaxed ambiance even more enjoyable.
For venue details and menus, visit their website http://www.eastthirtysix.com/.
It’s time to introduce you this incredible venue in the centre of Toronto. Located at 860 College Street, this non-conventional bar has a lot to offer! If you’re into old games and beating your friends in every possible game, let me tell you, you’re going to have a blast! This bar is made for you.
On the other hand, if you just want a quiet evening with your SO (significant other, FYI), you can chill in the large couches while enjoying a cool beer. You cannot ignore the calling of beer on a warm summer night.
But if you’re interested in meeting new people and socializing a little, be sure to go there! No less than 158 people meet there each weekend! The popularity is rising! You can also organize a private event for any occasion of your choosing. You can book an area for your team or group to enjoy the games together and special tournaments can be organized.
The games are a destination for everyone. You can choose between Bocce Ball, Shuffleboard and Crokinole. You can go check out the rules on their website. You can rent out lanes by the hour or consider joining a league.
That is all for today. Thank you for tuning in and I hope I’ll have the pleasure to write on other interesting venues for you to enjoy!
Capacity: Track & Field is just under 5000sqft and our capacity is 159.
CONTACT INFO :
You can contact Track and Field on their website : http://www.trackandfieldbar.com/
For a private event, contact Tasha Potter at email@example.com
This is the summer of RUM and the forecast looks Dark and Stormy. The Rum Exchange is a unique rum themed bar located in downtown Toronto. The décor is very club-ish and the venue caters mostly to the after work crowd. Throughout the week the Rum Exchange offers after work drink specials. From Monday- Friday you can enjoy $5 bar rail and house wine along with $3 domestic beer and complimentary appetizers. The high top tables in the centre of the venue are made to look like old wooden rum barrels that have been repurposed very obviously playing on the rum theme. The Rum Exchange is primarily a bar, but they do offer some small plates such as bruschetta, chicken tenders and lamb skewers.
Founder Rumen Dimitrov has a passion for all things alcohol. Not only did he open the Rum Exchange, but he is also the founder of Pravda Vodka Bar which stocks more vodka varieties than anywhere else in the city. His vision was to create the perfectbar/lounge for the after work crowd and it seems his vision has been achieved. Behind the bar is lit up in bright colours displaying the most impressive collection of rums in Toronto. Get introduced to the best and most recent rums on the market at one of the Rum Exchange’s rum tastings. They have more than 80 rums in stock so you’re guaranteed to find something that satisfies your tastes.
The Rum Exchange loves to host private and corporate functions. Scotiabank and KPMG have held their events there. The space can host anywhere between 50 and 125 people and comes fully equipped with an AV system (both screen and projector), microphone and DJ booth at no extra charge. It’s also really close to a lot of hotels which is very convenient if you’re bringing in people from out of town. For any event the Rum Exchange offers the choice between either standing or passed hors d’oeuvres that include vegetarian, seafood and meat options.
If rum is your thing or you’re simply into having a good time, be sure to check out the Rum Exchange.
The Rum Exchange Information:
Address: 67 Richmond St. West, Toronto (Bay and Richmond Sts.)
Contact: (416) 941-0000
St. Patrick’s Day Toronto Events!!!
There are only two kinds of people in the world, The Irish and those who wish they were!
Do you ever get sick of going to your local bar, showing up and having to wait an hour to get in? Here are some ideas for St. Patrick’s Day in Toronto! Not only are these events going to be covered in green and beer, but with great company by everyone looking to have some fun!
Toronto’s Largest St. Patrick’s Day Party
Last year’s inaugural event attracted over 4,000 attendees to the Amsterdam Brewery and Pawsway Centre, making it Toronto’s largest St. Patrick’s Day event in 2014. Its organizers are back this year, much to the delight of green-beer wielding, folk music enthusiasts, moving to its new venue, Sound Academy, while expecting to surpass 2014’s lofty attendance goals.
Date: Saturday, March 14, 11:00 a.m. – 9 p.m.
St. Party’s Day
Don’t miss an all day beer binge at Brassaii, sponsored by Carlsberg for St. Party’s Day. There will be live music, ribs, and more! Carlsberg will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day like never before. Carlsberg and Brassaii are bringing together the country’s best live bands, great friends, and Irish traditions. This event will be taking place across Canada on both March 14th & 15th, with plenty of green to go around!
Location: Brassaii 461 King St W, Toronto
Date: Saturday March 14
Price: $20 – $30 per ticket
The Lucky Ball 2015
Come celebrate the 3rd Annual The Lucky Ball 2015 it is a benefit fundraiser for Fort York Food. There will be music by: DJ’s Mark Foreman & enjoy DJ outfit. Also, they will be having everyone’s favorite an open bar, food & great music. Come out and enjoy The Lucky Ball with great friends and everyone who is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. It is Cocktail Dress
Location: Revival Bar 783 College Street
Date: Friday March 12, 2015
Time: 8:30- 2:00 am
It’s the 8th Annual Toronto St Patrick’s Day Parade!!
The cold doesn’t matter when you’re Irish! Lots of green will keep you warm. Come out and be a part of the The Toronto St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The parade will begin at 12:00 noon starting from Bloor and St. The Parade will continue along Bloor Street down Yonge and finishes on Queen Street at Nathan Philips Square.
The parade is expected to take approximately 1-1/2 hours to pass any given point
Date: Sunday March 15, 2015
Toronto St. Patrick’s Day Bar !!
Nothing like enjoying a night out with your friends! Join the St. Patrick’s Day bar hop! You and your friends will be celebrating at the top bars in Toronto! Register at GameDay on College between 12pm and 7pm to get your BarCrawls wristband, cup, and map with bars that are participating . The wrist band includes entry, speciality drinks for St. Patty’s Day and some Saint Paddy’s Day apparel.
Location: College Street Bar
Date: Saturday March 14, 2015
Time: 12am- 2 am
Steam Whistle’s Annual St-Patrick’s Day Party
Come celebrate Steamwhistles annual St. Patrick’s Day Bash on March 14th! Steam whistles fresh beer, tasty food from the Irish Embassy, Irish dancers and foot-stomping live music by Brogue and Scantily Plaid.
Tickets are available at the door only with proceeds going to help support the Achilles St-Patrick’s Day 5k Run/Walk.
Location: Steam Whistle Brewing – 255 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, Ontario
Date: Saturday, March 14, 2015
Time: 1 pm- 11 p.m.
Price: $20.00 at the door
The Annual Achilles St. Patrick’s Day 5K Run/Walk
The annual Achilles St. Patrick’s Day 5K Run/Walk is a five kilometres. Dress warm and green as you run or walk downtown Toronto. In 2015, the run/walk will take place on Sunday, March 15th beginning and ending at Steam Whistle Brewing. Nothing like the first day of spring to start your running routine, and making it fun in your green running gear will make it a lot easier!
2015 St. Patrick’s Day lunch in memory of the Honourable Jim Flaherty
The Ireland Fund of Canada is pleased to host its 2015 St. Patrick’s Day lunch in memory of the Honourable Jim Flaherty. Everyone will celebrate a proud Canadian with strong Irish.
Mr. Flaherty was a big supporter of the Ireland Fund and of Irish causes across Canada and throughout the island of Ireland. The Ireland fund is about education, and peace throughout the island of Ireland and throughout Canada.
Location: The Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Halls F & G
Date: March 13, 2015
Program: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Pre-lunch reception
12:30 pm – 3:00 pm Lunch
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Paddy’s lock-in (post-lunch party)
The FIFA World Cup begins today and we all know that you all wonder “But where could I go watch the game?”
Don’t hesitate to tell us which spot you prefer and don’t forget to take photos of you watching the game with the hashtag #worldcupTO and follow us on twitter and instagram at @cityevents !
We made for you a selection of spots around Toronto and regarding the team you support !
Real Sports Bar & Grill, 15 York St
Cabana Pool bar, 11 Polson St
Coco Lezonne, 137 Avenue Rd
Wegz, 2601 Rutherford Rd
Bier Market , 58 The Esplanade
Prohibition, 696 Queen St. E
Stratengers, 1130 Queen St E
Wild Wing, 5505 Yonge Street
Scallywags, 11 St. Clair Avenue West
Puck ‘N Wings, 5625 Yonge St
Philthy McNasty’s, 130 Eglinton Ave. East
Sports Cafe, Yonge and St. Clair
Peter’s Cajun Creole Pizza, 415 parliament St
The Citizen,522 King street west
The Raq, 739 Queen St W
The Football Factory, 164 Bathurst St.
Madison Avenue Pub, 14 Madison Ave. (Bloor and Spadina)
Set on King, 333 King Street
Sky Ranch, 2473 Dufferin St.
La Rosa Chilena, 760 Wilson Ave.
Brazilian Star Bar & Grill, 1242 Dundas St. W.
Copacabana Brazilian Steakhouse, 230 Adelaide St. W. (Adelaide and University)
Rio 40, 1256 St Clair Ave
Novo Horizonte Sports Bar, 1430 Dundas St. W.
Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, 6 Garamond Ct.
Crazy Wings,5600 Yonge St
La Mexicana, 838 Yonge St.
Latin Fiesta Sports Bar & Grill, 1002 St. Clair Ave. W.
The Foxes Den, 1075 Bay St. (Bay and Bloor)
The Office Pub, 117 John St
You can now enjoy the World Cup and watch on our map which area is more popular to watch games!
We also have some events you might wanna go :
CGCIC: World Cup Soccer Game 2014 (Germany vs. Portugal)
The Antler Room – Lower Lever of Loose Moose – Toronto
BCBC: World Cup Soccer Game (Belgium vs. Algeria)
ABInBev Labatt – Toronto
BCBC: World Cup Soccer Game (Belgium vs. Russia)
ABInBev Labatt – Toronto
BCBC: World Cup Soccer Game (Belgium vs. S. Korea)
ABInBev Labatt – Toronto
Iran vs. Argentina
House of Moments – 386 Carlaw Ave