December 1, 2016 by firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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What is the result of one of the best chefs in the world, plus one of the greatest rappers of today? The result is … Frings!.
Susur Lee’s IS the chef and owner and Drake is a keen partner.Frings has become one of the most talked about and respected restaurants in Toronto.The menu may be regarded as a mixture of Europe, United States and a major influence from Asia, so it suit all tastes.
Some people say that the Frings name comes from a sauce made of ketchup and mayo. Now according to the restaurant staff, Frings is a state of mind, whatever the meaning is get a reservation there as it is not easy but worth it.
At the sound of classic R&B, enjoy it drinking drinks like the mojito coconut made ??by Sailor Jerry’s spiced rum , Malibu coconut rum, coconut milk , lime juice and mint. Let’s talk about food, the dishes are incredibly elaborate as Sweet and Sour Meatballs, topped with parmesan and bread crumbs, delicious!!
For more information:
455 King Street West
Capacity: Up to 140 guests seated/195 guests standing
Custom menu design & printing
A/V – Screen, projector & microphones
DJ & Live Music
Mixologist & Custom Cocktails
Sommelier & full wine pairings
Satellite bar with private bartende
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/
Located on the corner of Church street and Gerrard street, The Gates boasts as one of downtown Toronto’s most genuine landmarks and undiscovered gems. As the venue was built in 1870, restorative measures took place to ensure The Gates is suitable for future use. Part of the restorative process included installing hardwood floors and LED lights to highlight the original factory support beams and brick archways.
The Gates is a warm and inviting venue which is ideal for corporate functions, receptions and product launches. With 9’ ceilings and over 4000 sq. ft. of floor-space, The Gates can accommodate 350 people for a reception style event or 120 for a seated event.
- Use of in-house PA and audio system
- Two (2) TV monitors
- Projection screen
- Full day site access or day prior if space is not rented
- Qualified on-site event consultant
- LED lighting
- Client can bring in their own alcohol with no corking fees
For more information:
66 Gerrard St.E.
Engines were roaring and barbecue was smoking as guests poured into 1903 Cafe, Toronto’s Harley-Davidson cafe. The grand opening of the cafe was supported by numerous open-bars, complimentary barbecue, a DJ and a JumpStart Rider Simulator.
The simulator is a stationary Harley-Davidson motorcycle, fitted to a Jump Start stand where attendees were able to sit on the bike and feel the power as they revved its engine. Even the most inexperienced of riders were able to take part in the fun.
Open just till September, 1903 Cafe gives Harley enthusiasts a look into the rich history of the company by showcasing an extensive lineup of bikes, tools and branded gear. 1903 Cafe aims to bring bike lovers from far-and-wide to enjoy the memorabilia, fresh coffee and great conversation. The Harley-Davidson Cafe is a Canadian concept and the first of its kind in the world.
After a pour of one of their freshly made coffees, provided by Toronto’s Fahrenheit Coffee, the Harley-Davidson’s won’t be the only thing speeding off into the sunset.
The space is available for special events and can fit up to 350 people and currently has long, communal bench seating with a few lounge areas.
Photo taken by Deb Lewis
Experience 1903 Cafe at:
96 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z4
888 Yonge Street, known as a Masonic Temple then MTV studios, is now a world class unique venue for inspiring corporate events and corporate head office for Info-tech. It was build in the heart of Toronto in 1918. This venue is best known as a great live music venue. In 2013 Info-tech purchased the venue and is now used for corporate events.
The venue spa provide a great place for event with unique and inspiring atmosphere. There are three room spaces to choose from:
- The Concert Hall which features a large stage and generous floor space
- The White Room which is an ideal space for corporate training or workshops
- The Red Room which is great for receptions.
This historical place will make your next event a memorable one! You can book this venue by visiting their website or by phone call.
Address: 888 yonge st, Toronto, ON, M4W 2J2