Frings – The “Drake Restaurant”

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

Toronto ON

Capacity: Up to 140 guests seated/195 guests standing

Location Features:


Floral design

Custom menu design & printing

A/V – Screen, projector & microphones

DJ & Live Music

Mixologist & Custom Cocktails

Sommelier & full wine pairings

Satellite bar with private bartende

Comfort and relaxation at its best: Park Hyatt Toronto

October 12, 2016 by  
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The Park Hyatt Toronto is located in the heart of the chic Yorkville neighbourhood, on the northwest corner of Bloor St West and Avenue Rd. The hotel offers services and amenities to meet the needs of business and leisure travelers. There are 336 guest rooms, and 45 suites.



Park Hyatt Toronto has  at least 17,000 sq. ft. of luxury space. The space allows for various events such as corporate endeavors, social gatherings, wedding receptions and much more. All event spaces come equipped with high-tech audiovisual equipment, lighting systems, and access to the 24-hour Business Centre. There are 3 main versatile venues, choosing the perfect space for your event is easy. Some of these venues include:

  • The Roof Salon with floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing panoramic views of the Toronto skyline ( 140 capacity banquet style, 150 capacity reception style)
  • Intimate Mezzanine Lounge (60 capacity banquet style, 120 reception style)
  • Elegant Queen’s Park Ballroom (370 Banquet style, 500 reception style)


4 Avenue Road

Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5R 2E8

Tel: +1 416 925 1234

Indulge your taste buds at Toronto’s newest authentic Italian restaurant: Masseria

September 14, 2016 by  
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Born in the southern Italian countryside, Masseria, when translated from Italian to English, means a picturesque farmhouse. Where food is always fresh and the environment always warm. The new modern casual Italian dining experience is coming to King Street West. With a variety of authentic Italian cuisine items such as oven-baked pizzas, fresh salads and artisanal sandwiches. With ingredients that are organic and fresh, like picking them from your very own “farmhouse”.

Masseria is located on 577 King Street West, bringing with it variety and distinction to the neighbourhood. Founded by Toronto chef Rob LeClair, Masseria offers a warm but contemporary dining experience that will tantalize all the senses. With floor-to-ceiling windows and communal harvest tables, it offers a unique eating experience while being able to sightsee the street from a different perspective.


Courtesy of: Masseria



Tel: 416.263.9999

Instagram: @masseriatoronto

Hemingway’s Celebrates Canada with Brickworks Cider

July 6, 2016 by  
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Hemingway’s knows how to draw a crowd! The Pre-Canada Day Celebration was a massive success. The rooftop patio was filled to the brim with every table full, a line out the door, and the bar busy with a sea of red and white wearing guests.


The event sponsor, Brickworks Ciderhouse provided free samples of their two ciders, Batch : 1904 the dry cider, and Queen Street 501 the sweeter cider made from eight different apples. While sampling the all natural ciders, guest were told about the brewing process and we able to ask questions. Brickworks also had a gift basket filled with goodies up for grabs in a raffle which was entered by anyone who bought a cider.


Guests were also treated to Brickworks inspired snacks crafted by Hemingway’s, which were very popular. These snacks included samosas and pakoras served with a dip, and a chilled honeydew puree with dry cider soup served in a shot glass.

Thank you to everyone who came out to start their Canada Day celebrations early and support Hemingway’s! Hope to see everyone at the next Hemingway’s event!

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