In the Spotlight, April 17
Clean Toronto Together: Downtown Yonge BIA
The Downtown Yonge BIA would like to invite you to join us on April 25, 2014 as we clean O’Keefe Lane.
As part of the Clean Toronto Together program, the BIA will be working to spruce up the laneway from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. We are asking all members to come out and support the clean-up. As an added bonus, CP24 will be conducting a live report from the area and will be interviewing participating businesses.
If you, or your employees, are interested in participating please RSVP to Jessica Hoang at JHoang@downtownyonge.com, or Michael Costantino at MCostantino@downtownyonge.com. Alternatively the BIA office can be reached at 416.597.0255 for more information. Those individuals who respond by Friday, April 18 will receive a free t-shirt during the clean-up.
The Clean Toronto Together campaign is sponsored by GLAD, CP24, NEWSTALK 1010, Tim Hortons, Pizza Pizza, Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, Toronto Park People, and Earth Day Canada.
World Pride Affiliate Event
Take part in celebration of World Pride. You can host events or special promotions at your businesses like having an art exhibit, live DJ or music, or educational talks. If you have an idea you want to discuss, contact us at 416-597-0255 or email@example.com
Things Looking UP for Travel to Toronto Pearson and Back
Fast, reliable, and convenient travel from the downtown core to Toronto Pearson International Airport — it’s something we’ve only dreamed of during that often-frenzied and nerve-wracking drive on congested roads.
In spring 2015, with the launch of the Union Pearson Express (UP Express), the dream will become a reality. Toronto will soon join the ranks of leading global financial centres that have high quality, dedicated express rail service from their airport to downtown.
A one-way trip from Union Station to Terminal 1, including two brief stops at Bloor and Weston GO stations, will take just 25 minutes. For added convenience, UP Express trains will depart every 15 minutes.
To be located in the SkyWalk of Union Station, the UP Express station will be convenient for not only local business travellers, but also visitors who want to experience Toronto’s finest restaurants, hotels, tourist attractions and business establishments.
To make the journey more enjoyable, guest service representatives will assist travellers and a variety of station and onboard amenities will feature Wi-Fi access, charging stations, luggage racks, airline check-in kiosks, and flight information and infotainment screens.
Learn more at www.upexpress.com.
UP Express is a Division of Metrolinx, the regional transportation agency for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA). Metrolinx continues to build more transit and improve transportation for hundreds of thousands of Ontario residents with UP Express as a key component.
RECORD STORE DAY: SATURDAY APRIL 19TH ALL DAY at SUNRISE RECORDS!
The biggest Saturday of the Year for music fans is almost here: Record Store Day, Saturday April 19th! Celebrate it at Sunrise Records 336 Yonge (just north of Dundas) and Sunrise Records 784 Yonge (just south of Bloor). Hundreds of exclusive music releases will be available from artists such as David Bowie, Grateful Dead, Nirvana, Bruce Springsteen, One Direction, Motorhead, Green Day, The Doors, Katy Perry, The Pixies and many, many more.
BARENAKED LADIES LIVE! The party lasts all day. Sunrise 336 Yonge will host a live performance by the inimitable Barenaked Ladies at 1pm. Get here early!
MEET ROCK ICON PAUL RODGERS! Don't miss a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet Paul Rodgers, also at Sunrise 336 Yonge. The meet-and-greet starts at 6:30pm with the iconic rock singer, founding member of Free and Bad Company, autographing copies of his new CD and LP "The Royal Sessions."
Odon Wagener gallery Toronto presents "Yonge Street" an exhibition of new artwork by artist Glenn Priestley
Exhibition Dates: April 10 - May 3, 2014
198 Davenport Road, Toronto
Odon Wagner Gallery is pleased to present new works of art by Glenn Priestley in an exhibition titled "Yonge Street". Priestley is a Toronto born painter, now living in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
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The Ryerson Image Centre celebrates the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival with four new exhibitions and an international symposium
Scotiabank Photography Award: Stan Douglas
Zanele Muholi: Faces and Phases
Aleesa Cohene and Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay: The Same Problem 5
Curious Anarchy: The Photographic Collection of Maia-Mari Sutnik
Collecting and Curating Photographs: Between Private and Public Collections
The Ryerson Image Centre (RIC) celebrates the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival this May with four new exhibitions and an international photography symposium.
Guest curated by Robert Bean, Scotiabank Photography Award: Stan Douglas features the work of acclaimed Vancouver artist Stan Douglas, the winner of the third annual Scotiabank Photography Award (SPA). Presented by Scotiabank, the exhibition is organized by the Ryerson Image Centre, in partnership with the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. As Bean writes, “The stories, sites and events that Douglas investigates are familiar and historically situated. Through his photography and film work, the images often describe the overlooked histories of cultural identity, displacement and injustice, revealing an uncanny resemblance to present-day events. The tension between fact and fiction encourages the spectator to create and participate in the meaning of the work.” SPA includes a $50,000 award, a Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival exhibition at the RIC, and a book deal with international publisher Steidl. The exhibition will be on view at the Ryerson Image Centre, May 1 – June 1, 2014.
Zanele Muholi: Faces and Phases addresses the representation of black lesbian and queer identity, focusing largely on post-apartheid South Africa. A social and political activist as well as an artist, Muholi endeavours to bring radical change to conventional perceptions of lesbian and transgender communities who suffer from continuous attacks in South Africa. Curated by Dr. Gaëlle Morel, this exhibition will be featured as a Primary Exhibition during the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, and will be on view at the Ryerson Image Centre, May 1 – June 1, and again June 18 – August 24, as part of WorldPride Toronto 2014.
On the Salah J. Bachir New Media Wall, acclaimed Canadian media artists Aleesa Cohene and Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, present the latest instalment of an ongoing collaborative project. The Same Problem 5 explores questions of the ego and memory within a reconstruction of deeply felt media experiences. This exhibition will be a Public Installation during the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, and will be on view at the Ryerson Image Centre, May 1 – June 1, and again June 18 – August 24, as part of WorldPride Toronto 2014.
Curious Anarchy: The Photographic Collection of Maia-Mari Sutnik displays a selection of photographic objects from the private collection of Maia-Mari Sutnik, curator of photography and special projects at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO). This exhibition and its accompanying publication and digital component are conceived by second-year students in the film and photography preservation and collections management master of arts program at Ryerson University, under the instruction of Sophie Hackett and Dr. Gaëlle Morel. The exhibition will be on view at the Ryerson Image Centre, May 1 – June 1, 2014.
From May 1 through May 3, 2014, the Ryerson Image Centre is pleased to host its third annual symposium on photography entitled Collecting and Curating Photographs: Between Private and Public Collections. Collectors, curators and scholars will gather to discuss how the photograph has become a collectible item and subject of academic study since the nineteenth century. This conference will highlight the dialogue established between private collectors and museum curators. Participants include: Quentin Bajac (Museum of Modern Art, NYC); Howard Greenberg (Howard Greenberg Gallery, NYC); and Ann and Harry Malcolmson (collectors, Toronto); as well as 17 other renowned photography experts from around the world. Organized by Dr. Thierry Gervais, the symposium is generously supported by the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, the School of Image Arts, Ryerson University, and the Consulat Général de France à Toronto. Admission to the symposium is FREE. For more details and updated symposium program, please visit: http://ryerson.ca/ric/lectures/uplectures.html
Ryerson Image Centre, 33 Gould Street, Toronto
ADMISSION IS FREE
What's New in Downtown Yonge
Ryerson Farmers’ Market
In April Tangerine supports Toronto Parks & Trees Foundation
In addition to helping Clients with their banking needs, the Downtown Toronto Café, like all Tangerine Cafés, is a community space that welcomes community groups, local charities, not-for-profits, entrepreneurs and start-ups. The 2nd floor of the Downtown Toronto Café is home to Network Orange - a high-tech co-working space for independent businesspeople. Network Orange allows entrepreneurs to work on their business ideas as part of a unique community. It’s an ideal setup for companies in their early stages, small businesses, individual entrepreneurs, or employees of large organizations who want to share space with others while finding common ground to partner and expand. The Downtown Toronto Café generates revenue from Network Orange fees, tea, coffee, pastries and other items. All revenue generated goes to support a different local charity every month. As well as providing financial support, the Toronto team also dedicates volunteer hours to each charity.
In April we’re supporting Toronto Parks & Trees Foundation.
Since 2002 the Toronto Parks & Trees Foundation has been working to double Toronto’s tree canopy to offset the effect of climate change and pollution. Targeting neighborhoods and urban areas which will most benefit from being green, the foundation helps to beautify Toronto at the same time as making our city more environmentally stable. They promote philanthropy, corporate support and community involvement to achieve a range of enhancements to our parks that City can no longer be supported alone.
We’re looking forward to getting our hands dirty at an Orange in the Community tree-planting event in partnership with Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation. Keep checking the OG if you’re interested in getting involved! To learn more about our friends at Toronto Park & Trees Foundation visit them www.torontoparksandtrees.org
Tangerine Downtown Cafe, 221 Yonge St. 416-644-5929
Hard Candy Fitness
“Music makes the people come together” - Madonna
“Music is like is a legal drug for athletes,” says Costas Karageorghis, Ph.D., from London’s Brunel University School of Sport and Education, one of the world’s leading authorities on music and exercise. “It can reduce the perception of effort significantly and increase endurance by as much as 15 percent.” In my experience, music helps distract exercisers away from feeling the discomfort of the workout. It takes them somewhere else. In addition, it helps make the class make sense-when you do things to the beat it just feels better. Lastly, music help stimulate and arouse. The right music selection can make you want to get up and move. Similarly for cool down and meditiation the right music will make you want to calm right down. We have the most amazing studio sound systems at Hard Candy Fitness. We know how important music is and we take time to select the right mixes as well as the systems we play them on. Come to HCF and hear the difference. You will see the results
Location: 382 Yonge Street (corner of Gerrard Street), 4th Floor
Phone: (416) 979-1645
3RD FLOOR “JAZZ CELLAR” PATIO OPENS MAY 1ST!
You simply have to see it for yourself…our gorgeous rooftop patio is a popular destination for drinks after work, and as of May 1st will be open for lunch. Featuring full-service bar, luxurious seating and state of the art audio-visual equipment, the space is an ideal venue for private functions, from cocktail receptions and private dinners to product launches and birthday parties. The Jazz Cellar is wheelchair accessible. For private event inquiries email Sybil Walker: firstname.lastname@example.org
Senator Restaurant is featured in the New York Times
By MICHAEL KAMINER
Restaurant Report: Senator Restaurant in Toronto
A red neon sign warms the facade of the Senator Restaurant, Toronto’s oldest restaurant, just as it did in the days when streetwear meant fedoras and overcoats. Inside, with its vinyl booths, shiny wood counter and huge mahogany mirror, it looks much the same as when it opened in 1929. And until recently, so did its menu. Standards like liver and onions, house-made meatloaf and a B.L.T. kept regulars and tourists happily, if predictably, fed.
But Bob Sniderman, who has owned the Senator since 1984 (a longtime regular, he rescued it from demolition), sensed Torontonians had begun taking the restaurant for granted: The room would fill up before shows at the Pantages Theater across the street but clear out by curtain time. So late last year, he undertook a reboot of sorts. While leaving the beloved décor untouched, Mr. Sniderman surprised scene-watchers by snagging Andrew Taylor, the chef at Langdon Hall, an acclaimed restaurant in a Relais & Châteaux hotel in nearby Cambridge, Ontario, to revamp the Senator’s menu.
“The vision was to make this not just a diner, but a destination,” said Mr. Taylor, a Chicago native. “We wanted to get a little artistic, but still keep it simple.”
Among his additions during a recent visit: A painterly plate of three fist-size golden beets in a vinaigrette of pumpkinseed oil and apple cider vinegar, punched up with pomegranate seeds; a meaty fillet of snow-white pickerel atop an earthy, elegant white-bean ragout; and gorgeous desserts like a traditional sticky toffee pudding. (Starters and entrees will change with the seasons.)
Another addition is the gleaming La Marzocco machine that’s cranking out superb espresso drinks using a custom roast from a local microroaster, Dark City.
Mr. Taylor’s insistence on local ingredients meant the Senator had to change how it sources food.
“Typically, restaurants have one or two suppliers,” said Peter Moscone, the manager. “We now have 40.”
The products include apple cider from Spirit Tree Cidery; beer from Beau’s, a microbrewer; produce from Sanci’s in Kensington Market; and organic milk and cream from Sheldon Creek Dairy.
Updates to breakfast and lunch will come next; Mr. Taylor has already added irresistible homemade jams from Rose’s and maple syrup from Haggart’s Farm in Owen Sound.
The Senator Restaurant, 249 Victoria Street; 416-364-7517; thesenator.com.
To Do in Downtown Yonge
Celebrate Songkran at Bangkok Garden
Reds Midtown Tavern Tasting Sessions
Tasting Table every Wednesday night at 6:30 pm at Reds Midtown
Stop by and sample delicious samples of featured wines, signature cocktails, premium liquors, and more. Every Wednesday night, we have fun and casual informational sessions at our communal Tasting Table, featuring different beverages and some tasty shareables to complement them.
Tickets are $20 per person: call 416-598-3535 to book a spot or find out more about upcoming sessions. A great way to relax after work with friends.
The Rolling Stones an Easter Sunrise Spectacle
Meet award-winning author Shyam Selvadurai
Where: RBC Bay & Dundas branch
When: April 26, 2014 1:00 – 2:30 pm
To celebrate, RBC will be giving away 100 copies of Selvadurai’s novel The Hungry Ghosts.*
Scaddabush Italian Wedding Feast - Minus the Wedding
Scaddabush is hosting a multi-course dinner feast on Sunday, April 27th. Featuring some of our signature dishes including hand-stretched mozzarella, sociable starters, salads, fresh pastas, pizzas and dessert plus our generous pour wines all served family style for the table at $45 per person, tax and tip included. Contact http://torontocommon.com/events-list/11274382983/ for more details and to book your spot.
Social Club - Some great benefits to being a member, including being able to call ahead when you plan to head down to the restaurant on busy nights and pre-reserve a spot 20 mins in advance while you travel there. Dining at a discounted price, and always privy to the latest new tastings and events happening at Scaddabush. Membership is free, and you can register at the restaurant or online at http://www.scaddabush.com/social-club/
Address: 382 Yonge Street Unit #7, (Corner of Yonge & Gerrard)
"Eggs & Kegs" at Duke's
A special event that is happening April 27th at Duke's. It's our monthly "Eggs & Kegs", which is the last Sunday of every month.
We have 2 breweries coming in, Black Oak Brewing Co and Sawdust City Brewing Co. These two great local breweries will be serving a selection of their delicious unique beers, along with the classic Duke's brunch offerings. It's like a mini-beer festival with your breakfast. Great for beer-lovers who like to support good Ontario brew.
For possibly the city's first brunch-themed mini beer festival, the earlyish-risers at GLB are bringing a lineup of unique beers to Dukes Refresher from noon to 4pm on March 30th. Among the beer goodness on hand to accompany your eggs will be their Long Dong Pilsner, their new THRUST! IPA, Sweet Zombie Jesus Peanut Butter Stout, an Ouzo Soaked Liquorice Baltic Porter, a cask version of My Bitter Wife, and even a collaborative beer brewed with help from Dukes' staff called Hindsight Breakfast Stout. You'll never look at brunch the same way again.
Celebrate the eve of First Responders Day
Please join us on April 30, 2014!
On Wednesday April 30th Jazz Bistro is host to a very special event. With the organization United by Trauma and MPP Frank Klees we will be celebrating the eve of the announcement of Bill 15 - First Responders Day with a benefit evening to raise funds for First Responders, Medial Personnel and Military affected by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Our goal is to raise funds sufficient enough to purchase a Trauma Dog for a Toronto Police Officer suffering from PSTD.
Ernie, a trauma dog in training will be attending with his grandfather and there will be complimentary hors d'oeuvres, a cash bar, a fabulous silent auction, music by Glass Tiger and the Coppertones - the Toronto Police Services band and a chance to win a Sunwing Vacation of your choice.
Join Colin and Joan Hunter, the Jazz Bistro staff, MPP Frank Klees, the founders of United by Trauma and 'Ernie' as we join forces to further this very worthy cause and celebrate First Responders Day.
Thank you and see you there.
Year-round guided tours of this National Historic Site – the last operating double-decker theatre in the world – last for 1½ hours and recount the history and restoration of the complex. Visit the original and new lobbies, the elegant Elgin Theatre, the unique and resplendent Winter Garden Theatre and samples from the world’s largest collection of vaudeville scenery. As well, a backstage exhibit housing the Winter Garden’s original Simplex Silent Film Projector and a dressing room containing artifacts from the time period are on view.
Dates: April 17, 26; May 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 29, 31
Cost: Adults: $12, Students and Seniors: $10 (includes HST) Cash only | No reservations required
Location: Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre, 189 Yonge Street (just north of Queen Street, meet in the lobby)
Persée, presented by Opera Atelier
April 26 to May 3, 2014
Six performances only:
April 26, 29, 30 and May 2, 3 at 7:30 p.m.
April 27 at 3 p.m.
Lully’s Persée is a landmark production for Opera Atelier. The company’s 2000 production was the first fully staged incarnation of the opera since it inaugurated the Royal Opera House at Versailles in 1770 during the wedding celebrations of the future Louis XVI to Marie Antoinette.
Opera Atelier’s 2004 remount of Persée was the subject of a documentary that has subsequently become an international calling card for Opera Atelier. Following the astounding success of Armide in 2012, the Royal Opera House has invited Opera Atelier back to Versailles this May with Persée. This prestigious engagement has allowed Opera Atelier to enhance Persée’s visual elements, making it the company’s most lavish production to date.
The moving story of a man’s ascension from his questionable beginnings to his rightful place as a god, Persée is a retelling of the classical Greek Perseus myth.
Tickets: $174, $124, $86, $61, $45
Location: Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre, 189 Yonge Street (just north of Queen Street, meet in the lobby)
WE WILL ROCK YOU
From London’s West End, the worldwide smash hit musical by Queen and Ben Elton returns to Toronto for a limited engagement! WE WILL ROCK YOU features the greatest hits of the legendary British rock group, Queen. It's the world champion of musicals and the show that rocks harder than any other, so don't miss the party!
Ed Mirvish Theatre
244 Victoria Street
April 29 - May 10, 2014
Tickets: 416-872-1212 www.mirvish.com
Free Comic Book Day (FCBD)
On Saturday, May 3rd celebrate Free Comic Book Day (FCBD) at Toronto’s premier action figure and comic book store, The Silver Snail! Join thousands of fans for the largest FCBD event in downtown Toronto, and take advantage of 20-50% off in-store at the 38th Anniversary sale (some restrictions apply), get acclaimed artist Dave Johnson to sign a copy of this year’s anniversary poster, have photos taken with local cosplayers, and much more!
- Dave Johnson (cover artist, 100 Bullets, Deadpool, Superman: Red Sun) – signing/sketching 12-7pm
- Kalman Andrasofszky (artist, Captain Canuck, X-Treme X-Men, X-23) – signing/sketching 2-7pm
- Spent Pencils Studio members – signing/sketching all day
- 501st Legion (Imperial costuming organization) – Stormtroopers, Darth Vader, and more in attendance
WHEN: Saturday, May 3, 2014 - 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.
WHERE: Silver Snail Comics, 329 Yonge Street, 2nd Floor
Facebook event - https://www.facebook.com/events/730408756980001/
Twitter hashtag - #SnailFCBD
CONTACT: George Zotti 647-502-3712 or email@example.com
Mackenzie House Events
Journalists and Editors in 19th Century Toronto
Saturday, May 3, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
A Guided Walk - In association with Jane's Walk
Mackenzie House marks World Freedom of The Press Day with a walking tour that explores the men and women who took part in the lively journalism scene in 19th century Toronto, including William Lyon Mackenzie. The walk is free and begins at 160 Frederick Street (at the Northwest corner of Front & Frederick Streets.) The walk is free.
"All in a Mother's Day" Workshop
Sunday, May 4 , 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
(Ages 16 & Up)
With Mother's Day approaching, explore the lives of Victorian mothers and daughters at Mackenzie House. Prepare seasonal baking using period recipes in the historic kitchen. Then explore the ideals and realities of courtship, marriage and motherhood. Complete your visit with a tasty afternoon tea! Not recommended for children.
Pre-registration and pre-payment are required. $20 plus tax.
Please call 416 392-6915 for further details.
Doors Open Toronto
Saturday and Sunday, May 24 & 25,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Last admission: 4:30 p.m.
Mackenzie House participates in this city-wide celebration of Toronto’s architectural heritage. As the theme of this year's Doors Open event is Secrets & Spirits… Exploring the Mysteries Behind the Door, visitors will also be able to hear about the ghost stories associated with the site.
Admission is FREE.
Isabella Rossellini comes to the Luminato Festival June 6-8
Live on Stage
Conceived and Performed by Isabella Rossellini
June 6-8 Winter Garden Theatre
“Beautifully bizarre.” – New York Magazine
Imagine the art of seduction on an arthropodan or elephantine scale. Such is the orgasmic, orgiastic and occasionally acrobatic bent of internationally acclaimed actress Isabella Rossellini’s vibrant invasion of zoological boudoirs, based on her short Green Porno, Live on Stage films for the Sundance Channel. A lifelong lover of animals, Rossellini dons costume versions of their skins, scales and wings for this delightfully insightful, DayGlo examination of the quirks, curiosities and frequently fatal risks of sexuality and reproduction across a spectrum of species.
Location: Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre, 189 Yonge Street (just north of Queen Street, meet in the lobby)
2014 Women’s World Wheelchair Basketball Championship
Wheelchair Basketball Canada will host the top female wheelchair basketball players on the planet June 20-28, 2014 in Toronto for the 2014 Women’s World Wheelchair Basketball Championship. World-class female athletes will converge on the Mattamy Athletic Centre to showcase the elite skills and athleticism that make wheelchair basketball the most popular sport for athletes with a disability in the world. The tournament will be the largest women’s world championship in history featuring 12 participating countries including Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Great Britain, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, and United States.
For more details: www.2014wheelchairbasketball.com
Make the Weekend Last at Bangkok Garden Restaurant
Bangkok Garden, the first restaurant to bring Thai food and culture to Toronto over 30 years ago, recently opened their newly renovated bar & lounge. This downtown Toronto hot spot offers Thai Tapas and a beverage menu including exotic cocktails and martinis, a large selection of international beers and an extensive wine list. The opening came just weeks after Bangkok Garden received the 'Thai Select Premium' designation by Thailand's Ministry of Commerce, recognizing Thai restaurants with a rating of 5 stars or higher that serve premium quality, authentic Thai food, provide outstanding service and a Thai ambiance.
Live Entertainment every Friday and Saturday
See what's happening inside The Martini Bar in Toronto. Select from our creatively inspired drink menu and more than 40 distinct martini recipes. Witness the awakening of nightlife in downtown Toronto through floor-to-ceiling windows, or sink into a plush sofa and absorb the ambient house music. Savor a blend of satisfying cuisine and imaginative cocktails!
Monday-Sunday Avoid the line-ups, arrive early and enjoy $6.00 martinis before 6pm.
Join us for Live Entertainment every Friday and Saturday:
April 25 - Steve Koven
April 26 - Victor Xu
Visit Pantages Martini Bar for more information!
Lively and energetic, Monarchs Pub is downtown Toronto's must-visit live music venue. While HD televisions keep sports fans up to date on the latest scores and games, music buffs can enjoy live jazz, blues or rock performances six nights a week.
Monarchs Pub's menu is as enticing and diverse as its musical selection. Available from 5pm-11pm, the extensive à la carte menu features contemporary pub fare including delicious starters, hearty mains and tempting desserts, while a special late-night menu is available from 11pm to 1am. Guests can also sip samples from Monarchs Pub's impressive range of domestic and international brews.
Visit monarchpub.ca or facebook.com/monarchspub to reserve, for more information and monthly music listings!
April 22 - Herve Bassett and Michael lDanckert
April 29 - Kate Todd
April 23 - Lynda Covello,Deep Dark Secrets
April 29 - The Michael Danckert Quartette
April 17 - The Conor Gains Band
April 24 - The Jack de Keyzer Band
Classic Rock Friday
April 18 - Little White Lies
April 25 - Wilt T and The Spirit
Location: Monarchs Pub in the Eaton Chelsea Hotel, 33 Gerrard St.