Perhaps your next memorable event will be with great Japanese fusion food? Kasa Moto is one of the best Japanese restaurants in Toronto! They are located in the heart of Yorkville (where Remy’s use to be) at 115 Yorkville Avenue.
The two-story venue is topped off with one of the best sprawling rooftop terraces in midtown Toronto. With the main hold the main dining room and sushi lounge, while the second floor houses Bar Moto. Kasa Moto attracts various crowds to Yorkville looking for a seafood-centric menu, and guests have been keen to try out their patio scene.
Kasa Moto provides not only delicious food, including a number of vegan options but also friendly and incredible service.The event team there will take care of every detail for your next event, from the venue set up to tear down to the fused dynamic menu offerings.
Kasa Moto is a suitable venue for an event of any size, and it is perfect for private dinners, weddings receptions, product launches, intimate celebrations, as they also have a special area for your guests.
- 175 seated
- 225 reception style
Main Dining Room/Lounge Area
- Main- 80 guests
- Lounge- 70 guests
Bar Moto Atmosphere
- 40 seated
- 90 reception
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On Friday, Aug 12, CityEvents hosted the last Schmooze of summer 2016. It’s true what they say, you always save the best for last! The blue and white lantern garden theme set a nice mood, transforming the patio yet again for a magical getaway from city life.
Although the forecast called for rain all week leading up to the event, Schmooze was a fighting-force and cleared the skies just in time for 5 p.m. when the doors opened! Guests enjoyed the heat, celebrating on the rooftop patio while sipping on cocktails crafted by drink sponsor Grey Goose. The cocktails were made of Grey Goose Vodka, with a splash of St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur, topped off with club soda, and served with a lime. It was a hit, and the perfect way to keep cool on the heat.
To say the food was good would be an understatement. Guests swarmed the food station eagerly awaiting the feast served by Treeline Catering. The tacos which consisted of a corn coleslaw, seasoned ground pork, and crispy onion, topped with a chipotle mayo. And as if those weren’t enough, there was also barbecued corn on the cob seasoned with butter and spices.
The patio was filled with happy Schmoozers enjoying the last few weeks of summer. DJ Spence Diamonds had the music blasting throughout the night which kept everyone happy and dancing.
Although this was CityEvents’ last Schmooze of the summer, Maison Mercer will continue to host Schmooze every Friday until September 2! We also have many upcoming events! To stay up to date, be sure to check out our website for full event listings. http://torontocityevents.ca/
Schmooze just keeps getting better and better! This past Friday’s event was a huge success with over 200 people in attendance. The rooftop was transformed into a colourful, lantern decorated garden, complete with flowers and balloons giving the patio the perfect summer feel.
Miller Genuine Draft sponsored the event providing complimentary drinks to guests who arrived before 6:30 p.m., which was the perfect start to the night. The sun was shining bright and warm, making the snow-cone machine a massive hit. Guests were also treated to complimentary barbecue courtesy of Treeline Catering, which included sliders and skewers. A new addition to this Schmooze event was the classic party game of beer pong, set up to the right of the bar. The game was played by many guests, and even created a spectator gathering.
Guests created memories by taking pictures for our social media contest, the winner receiving a $25 Sweet Jesus ice cream gift card. To enter, contestants posted a picture using the hashtag, #MaisonAfterWorkSchmooze. The winner chosen by the most number of likes on the post. Thank you to everyone who participated and congratulations to our winner @paola_latronico!
On behalf of CityEvents, we would like to thank everyone who came to Schmooze with us and made this yet another successful event. Don’t forget to join us Friday, August 12 for more after-work fun on one of Toronto’s best rooftop patios!
For pictures from the Schmooze event: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cityeventstoronto/albums/72157669926043316
For pictures of past events by CityEvents: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cityeventstoronto/albums
For more information and to stay up to date with CityEvents, visit www.torontocityevents.ca and make sure to follow us on Twitter @CityEvents
Friday June 26 Shanny in the City and CityEvents are back to host SCHMOOZE on Maison Mercer’s beautiful rooftop patio. Join us from 5-9 pm. Friday, June 26th Casamigos Tequila presents House of Friends.
Join our Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/maisonmercer/photos/gm.960329437344677/904151379628360/?type=1&ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular&action_history=null
By now you all know the drill- drink specials all night and free entry before 9 pm. Bring your friends, colleagues your boss…whoever, it doesn’t matter because you’re guaranteed to have a good time. Treeline catering will be grilling up some delicious complimentary (yes, they are FREE) snacks until 630 pm so ARRIVE EARLY. Last month was CRAZY and we intend to do it again only bigger because when the tequila is this good, anything can happen.
There is no better feeling than spending a summer night outside mingling with friends. Maison’s rooftop patio allows you to feel the vibe of a beautiful summer night while surrounded by Toronto’s skyline.
Join us for the most popular summer event in Toronto. When your work day is over, let us host your 5-9.
If you are looking for a place to gather with your company and team email deb at Deborah@torontocityevents.ca as she is arranging booth areas.
SCHMOOZE is continuing all summer long, check below to see future dates. Hope to see you soon!
Upcoming Dates CityEvents and Shanny in the City are hosting but it happens every Friday
Friday, June 26, 2015
Friday, July 24, 2015.
Friday, August 14, 2015.
Friday, August 28 2015.
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As the mercury climbs every summer the need to find a watering hole becomes increasingly more essential. There aren’t many activities that beat grabbing a few cold ones on a patio with some friends, the perfect blend of summer heat and true refreshment. Presumably, you, the reader also enjoy a summer patio session as you are still reading. So, with that confirmed this post will lay out some of Toronto’s most enjoyable patios and will provide you with a Toronto Summer Patio Bucket list. Many of the patios below are also great venues for events and offer a fresh change from a hotel banquet room.
Cadillac Lounge Patio
1296 Queen St W, Toronto
The first patio we would suggest visiting is the Cadillac Lounge Patio at 1296 Queen Street West. The Cadillac Lounge has a unique back patio that is rather spacious and is filled with the aroma of their hickory smoker, minus all the smoke of course. It also offers a large variety of bottled beers or on tap. Its retro atmosphere will charm you and travel until the Southern United States.
22 Cumberland St, Toronto
When you think patio in Toronto you immediately think Pilot’s Patio: The Flight Deck! Opened in 1993 as the largest “patio with altitude” in Yorkville, its name came from a tribute to the heroic flyers of World War II. It has been known as an artist bar, then the hub of Toronto’s hippie community, to finally become the place to go for elite’s after work drinks and trendy after midnight party nowadays.
Hair of the dog
425 Church, Toronto
Hair of the dog is an upscale neighborhood pub and restaurant on Church St, on the southern fringes of the Gay Village. Hair of the dog reflects the diversity of the neighborhood thanks to a mixed clientele. Winning venue, with one of the top 10 patio in downtown Toronto. It has this particularity of having 2 patios! On the ground floor you can find a large space featuring 3 fountains. Facing south, the patio is filled by sun all day. A good time to enjoy a family brunch drinks with friends. Hair of the dog is also a dining experience where you can enjoy fine food in cozy and more intimate spaces. Fun fact: Hair of Dog has been voted best place to have a first date. And awarded great place to dump someone by the staff!
Against the Grain Urban Tavern
25 Dockside Dr. Toronto
Situated at 25 Dockside Drive on Corus Quay, right next to Sugar Beach, the patio has a spectacular view of Lake Ontario, the Harbour and Toronto Island. It comfortably seats 180 guests around traditional two tops, beach like lounge areas and umbrellas for this hot summer. Every weekend, from 10.30 a.m. to 3 p.m., the restaurant offers $5 Bloody Caesar specials and during the week you will be able to enjoy unique local and European brews, interesting new and old world wines and some amazing cocktails.
New Amsterdam patio
245 Queens Quay West, Toronto
Amsterdam Brewhouse has recently opened a newly renovated, 14, 000 square foot craft brewery, restaurant and retail venue in the heart of Toronto’s waterfront. Situated at 245 Queens Quay West, the venue can accommodate up to 500 in its rustic urban interior, and offers an additional 300+ on the spacious lakeside patio, for a total capacity of over 800 guests. AMSTERDAM BREWHOUSE features a bar/lounge, a dining room, several patios, a state of the art AV system, authentic wood burning oven, a working craft brewery and full retail store, all to be open 7 days a week.
Terroni Bar Centrale
1095 Yonge St, Toronto
In the Rosedale community one of the best patios to relax on would be at the Terroni Bar Centrale. This patio is a great way to enjoy the homey designed feel of Italy. With a vast selection from the “tapas style” menu plates are intended to be shared, which is the perfect scenery for a hang out spot with friends and family. Also, this wine bar has a signature selection of Terroni-exclusive wines and a unique variety from Italy. Experience a day or night on the patio laughing, sharing and appreciating the summer days. Enclosed with fresh greenery this patio gives off a natural blissful vibe. The Terroni Bar Centrale’s patio is a great way to retreat for some time of relaxation.
Museum Tavern Toronto
208 Bloor W, Toronto
After a long, hot summer day finding a patio that is just right could be difficult to find, but look no further because Museum Tavern Toronto has that just right patio. With a slight summer breeze and nice view this patio is to die for. Facing the ROM you can enjoy the menu from executive chef Steven Gouzopoulos which features all-American classics with a twist. Not to mention the Moses McIntee’s drinks list that is a temptation you cannot resist. Enjoy the last moments of summer on the restaurant’s second floor terrace, an experience you will not regret.
The new Mill Street Beer Hall
21 Tank House Lane, Toronto
The Beer Hall is the new space of the Mill Street Brew Pub situated in the Distillery District. Opened in April this year, this place offers a modern and lively atmosphere where it is pleasant to enjoy a good beer with friends or simply an excellent meal.
With its open concept kitchen offering local and international cuisine, a heated, a cover patio and communal seating, The Beer Hall is the perfect place to welcome group events from 15 to 500 persons. Also, don’t forget to try the bierschnaps, a traditional German Beer-based spirit, which is only served at Beer Hall.