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/.
The Forth is a state-of-the-art three-story building located at Pape and Danforth. The Forth serves food and drinks and is a great spot to enjoy Toronto’s nightlife.
Executive Chef Zachary Albertsen has designed every dish ranging from devilled eggs to wild boar meatballs.The menu takes inspiration from classic Canadian dishes and infuses a contemporary spin using fresh and local ingredients. You will be able to have great time with your family or friends and is a great space to consider for your next event.
At The Forth there is a lounge that serves up a variety of speciality cocktails and food from a separate snack menu perfect for a date or a night out with friends. This space is also a great venue for both private and non-private events. When planning an event here, you have the option of choosing between the second floor dining room or third floor lounge or buying out the entire venue.
The Forth boats 8000 square feet and can host up to 480 guests at a time. The venue has 3 floors and offers elevator service between floors. You can enjoy beautiful views of the Danforth which is a change in scenery from Toronto’s bustling city core.
This is an ideal venue for conferences, weddings, birthday parties and receptions of any kind. The Forth also offers one-on-one planning with their in-house event coordinator, sommelier and executive chef to ensure your guests will have the best experience.
629 Danforth Ave Toronto, ON M4K 1R2
Tuesday, December 3rd , Shaken not stirred- The Art of Cocktail was hosted by Allan Small, Senior Investment Advisor at Auberge du Pommier. Over 30 guests came out to learn more about how rising interest rates are affecting individuals’investement decision, but also to learn about a few cocktails from Mixologist Ed Grim from O&B. These cocktails including a winter mulled wine and the North Star Karkade.
The room at Auberge du Pommier was already decorated for Christmas with fir tree’s branches and pine cones. With the candles in the fire place and on the tables, the atmosphere was very cozy.
The first cocktail was a Winter Mulled Wine prepared with red wine, oranges and a mix of spices such as cinnamon, cloves, vanilla and nutmeg. The tip from Ed our celebrity Mixologist for Mulled Wine is there is no need to buy an expensive bottle as you change the taste with all the flavours.
The second cocktail was the North Star Karkade made with Hibiscus tea, Amaro Montenegro, Sweet Vermouth and Strawberry Rhubarb Syrup, with an orange twist. The guests really enjoyed that last cocktail with a bitter taste and learned that the orange twist has to be added at the last moment!
Here are the recipes of those two delicious cocktails:
Winter Mulled Wine
- 1 cup Brown Sugar
- 2 Oranges
- 2 Lemon
- 2 Cinnamon Stick
- 2 Star Anise
- 8 Cloves
- 12 Black peppercorns
- 1 Nutmeg
- 1 Bay Leaf
- 1 Vanilla bean
- 1.5oz Hibiscus infused Rye
- 5oz Amaro Montenegro
- 5oz Sweet Vermouth
- 75oz Strawberry Rhubarb Syrup
The photos of the event can be found at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cityeventstoronto/sets/72157638353170824/
Liberty Social Hour: Carnival de Sol this August!
The fun social/networking event in partnership with InLibertyVillage.com is back after the resounding success of our previous series Liberty Social Hour: Noche Caliente and Le Bel Eté, where attendees enjoyed a sprited evening at Locus 144 and Williams Landing.
is a dynamic neighborhood, minutes away from downtown Toronto, where creative, inspired and inspiring professionals work, live and play.
Joins us in this year’s adventure! It will be the chance for you as partner to be recognized as an active and engaging part of the community. Either by offering your venue as one of the hotspots that will bring Liberty Village together. Or by sponsoring the event you will have the opportunity to connect with young professionals and will be featured in all promotion throughout our social media tools, websites, newsletters and more …
Liberty Social Hour is an opportunity to interact with a great community, build relationships, and share ideas. Create new experiences with chic, artistic and urban professionals at this great series that will takes place at different venues throughout the summer and fall. Come out to Liberty Social Hour: Carnival del Sol.
The sun has finally decided to show up so what better way to welcome the joys of summer than by enjoying the Carnival del Sol
Join us, have a drink and network!
Interested in being part of the event as sponsor or venue contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
La Société held the amazing cocktail event, Cinq à sept, on October 19th. They offered free tasty samples of delicious French cocktails and let people indulge themselves with the unique atmosphere.
It was a great opportunity to taste a sip of France in the heart of Toronto.
La Société is Canada’s Parisian bistro style and cuisine restaurant. A dining destination unlike any other in Toronto
131 Bloor Street West
416 551 9921