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Welcome to New Members

We would like to welcome new businesses to Downtown Yonge.

M. J. Zafar Chartered Accountant and Consultants

M. J. Zafar is an innovative Chartered Accountant and Business Management Services firm, built on the principle 'We are not just accountants'. We are your partner in taking your business towards success. We deal with every situation in its own perimeters, understanding the challenges inherent to that specific situation and developing a customized solution. We provide a wide range of services, some of which are:

- Business taxes, personal taxes and financial planning;
- Incorporation/Business Registration; Start-up services;
- Business plans; Facilitation of bank and other financing;
- Audit, Reviews and Compilations (Notice to Reader);
- Bookkeeping; bookkeeping reviews and Accounting Consulting.

Location: 49 Elm St., Suite 201, Toronto
(Elm at Bay)
Phone: (647) 931-2425(647) 931-2425
Website: www.mjzafar.com

 

City Kitchen Restaurant N Bar

As the latest addition to Toronto Eaton Centre’s varied food establishments, our 200 seat casual dining restaurant “CITY KITCHEN RESTAURANT N BAR” is a welcome addition for locals and tourists to Toronto. Located on Yonge Street at the corner of Shuter Street, we are an up-scale family facility that offers specialities covering quality Canadian food for lunch and dinner.

Location: 220 Yonge St., Eaton Centre
Phone: (416) 519-5839(416) 519-5839
Website: http://citykitchen.ca/

 

The Elm Tree Restaurant

The Elm Tree Restaurant offers its guests modern European meals constructed from familiar ingredients, a full service bar, stocked with local beers, international wines, and liqueurs to create any desired cocktail. House specialities include lamb shank, Chilean sea bass, and our crispy Cornish hen. We are open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. See you soon!

Location: 43 Elm St.
Phone: (416) 901-7339(416) 901-7339

 

TLP

TLP (short for Three Little Pigs) will add some midday diversity to the neighbourhood’s current crop of fast food outlets and sub shops. The new space will stick to home-style drinks and snacks, like iced tea, apple cobbler and sandwiches stuffed with lamb, meatloaf and peameal bacon.

Location: 15 Elm Street

 

Kaiju

Welcome Kaiju to our neighbourhood!

We feature authentic Japanese curry, a fragrant, light and heart warming meal. Our curry is a rich and comforting sauce packed full of sweet and savoury flavours, slow cooked to perfection over 48 hours. This sauce is complemented with a fried or grilled katsu (breaded cutlet).

Location: 384 Yonge Street, Unit 51 (Shops at Aura below Bed, Bath and Beyond)
Phone: (647) 748-6338(647) 748-6338
Facebook/Twitter: KaijuToronto

 

Member Highlights

Inglot Cosmetics

Calling all makeup artists and makeup enthusiasts. Inglot Cosmetics is coming to Toronto and opening its doors at Dundas Square. Come experience the world's leader in colour cosmetics and be blown away by our selection. Inglot expertly combines the latest scientific technology with intense and vibrant colours.

Located at 21 Dundas Square Street.
Website: www.inglottoronto.com

 


 

The Senator Restaurant has partnered with Hurrier

The Senator is Toronto’s oldest restaurant, dating back to the 19th century when it was just a house at 249 Victoria. Since then, the Senator became a Toronto landmark under the guidance of Bobby Sniderman. Bobby purchased the Senator in 1984 after a successful run at Sam the Record Man. The Senator has always focused on the highest quality ingredients like Cumbrae’s Farms Beef, organic milk from Sheldon Creek Dairy, fresh-squeezed orange juice, home-made stocks, sauces, and batters, and a commitment to only use organic wherever possible. The Senator is entering the digital age with an expanded social presence and a whole new look. Learn more about the Senator at: thesenator.com, Facebook, Twitter, and more.
For more information, click here

The Senator Restaurant has partnered up with Hurrier to bring comfort food right to your door.
Visit https://www.usehurrier.com/senator to place an order and have any of your Senator favourites delivered to you via bike courier.
They are currently using Hurrier for delivery services. It's available from 4:30pm to 9:00pm and it will feature their dinner menu as well as a few items from the lunch menu.

Location: 249 Victoria Street, Toronto

 


 

NOW OPEN | The Private Dining Room at JOEY Eaton Centre

JOEY Eaton Centre is excited to announce that our Private Dining Room is officially open.

Whether it is a business lunch meeting, an intimate dining experience or a cocktail style reception our team will work with you to customize your event needs. Our Private Dining Room offers a sophisticated, modern environment that is perfect for any function.  From handcrafted cocktails and award-winning wines selected by our restaurant Sommelier, to globally inspired artisan-made dishes and an experience your guests are sure to remember – JOEY Eaton Centre looks forward to hosting you and your guests.

For further information, to book your event or to view our new space please email Avalon Olivadoti, Event Manager, at aolivadoti@joeyrestaurants.com

Location: 1 Dundas Street West, Toronto

 

Did you know that...

Clean Toronto Together 2015

Covenant House staff and youth participated in the "Clean Toronto Together" effort by the Downtown Yonge BIA. They were among volunteers from local businesses and organizations who helped spruce up the neighbourhood during the annual spring clean up.

 

80% of responding Toronto Mayoral and Council candidates support building the Minimum Grid

Earlier this year, Cycle Toronto called on all candidates running for mayor and council for the next term of council to commit to building the Minimum Grid: a city-wide grid of 100 km of protected bike lanes and 100 km of bicycle boulevards by 2018.

You can find the press release here.

 

Is your business wheelchair accessible?

Here are some of the things to consider:

- Is the entrance barrier-free? (ie. no stairs to enter, unobstructed sidewalk)
- Are doorways wide enough (minimum 35”) for a wheelchair or walker to pass through?
- Are some of the tables standard height (29”) with removable chairs?  Bar height tables or booths pose challenges.
- Are washrooms on the main floor or do they have elevator/ramp access?
- Are washroom stalls big enough (minimum 72”x72”) for a wheelchair to enter?

Why should wheelchair accessibility matter to you? People with disabilities account for an estimated $25 billion in national consumer spending each year. This group is also estimated to influence the spending decisions of 12 to 15 million other Canadians. In addition to the large spending power of this group, accessibility should be on your radar because of the imminent implementation of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The AODA will soon mandate that all businesses and public spaces meet minimum accessibility requirements. If cost is an issue, new initiatives such as the StopGap program and the Government of Canada’s Enabling Accessibility Fund are available:
http://stopgapblog.blogspot.ca/
http://www.esdc.gc.ca

At AccessTO we review restaurants, bars and cafes that are wheelchair accessible. The criteria used is developed from the City of London Design Standards and Accessibility Guidelines for the City of Toronto. We provide measurements and photos to our readers so that they can evaluate a restaurant for themselves and participate in Toronto’s vibrant food and entertainment scene. If you think your business meets our criteria please get in touch - we would love to discuss reviewing you on our site!

Check out our website for more helpful tips.

 

Whats On

There’s always something happening at Yonge-Dundas Square. For complete event listings, visit www.ydsquare.ca
 

Stay current on ongoing events taking place at the Toronto Eaton Centre. For complete event listings, visit torontoeatoncentre.com Follow Toronto Eaton Centre on Facebook and Twitter for latest events, fashion style advice and gift ideas. Facebook: facebook.com/torontoeatoncentre
Twitter: twitter.com/toeatoncentre

 

 

Street Smart

Road Closure Notification

For road closure news visit www.toronto.ca/transportation/road_info

 

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Contact

For all enquiries, please contact:
Phone: (416) 597-0255(416) 597-0255
Email: bia@downtownyonge.com

In the Spotlight, June 4

Discovery Tours

Cultural and Historic

Our friendly Discovery Team offers free tours of the Cultural and Historic Downtown Yonge neighbourhood from June 9 to August 28, 2015. Hear fascinating facts about the Old City Hall, Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre, Massey Hall and more.

Tours run from Tuesdays through Saturdays, and departs at 3pm from the corner of Yonge Dundas. The tours are approximately an hour.

Tours are offered in English, French, Spanish and Russian. If you would like to take a tour in any of the offered languages besides English, please book the tour in advance to ensure that the service is available. For tour in English, feel free to drop by the corner of Yonge Dundas at least ten minutes before the start time.

For larger group tours, we can arrange a special day and time.
Book your Cultural and Historic tour now! Call 416-597-0255416-597-0255 Ext 223, email: bia@downtownyonge.com

Music History

Music Tour runs on June 3, 17 / July 15, 29 / August 5, 19 / September 9
This year the Downtown Yonge has partnered with Heritage Toronto to provide a free Music History tour along Yonge Street. This tour is offered on select dates in the summer and departs at 6:30pm. *Please note that registration is required and can be done at http://heritagetoronto.org/tours/2015-tours/

 

 

 

TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games Update

Torch Relay

The Pan Am Games Torch Relay will be a 41-day journey that will share the Pan Am spirit in more than 130 communities. Deeply rooted in history and tradition, the Pan Am flame will be lit on May 28 in a traditional ceremony in Teotihuacan, Mexico, before it travels to Canada.

Fast Facts:
- The Torch Relay takes place May 30 to July 10
- 3,000 torchbearers
- 5,000+ kilometres on the road
- 15,000+ kilometres in the air
- 60+ alternative modes of transportation, including plane, train and ferry boat

Community Celebrations Produced by the City of Toronto.

PanAm Torch Relay will arrive in Toronto Saturday, July 5 and travel throughout the city until Friday, July 1th when it heads to the Opening Ceremonies.

Key Dates for Torch Celebration:
July 4: Lighting of Prince Edward Bloor Viaduct
July 5: Scarborough – Pan Am Aquatic Centre
July 7: Rexdale – Albion Centre
July 8: North York – Mel Lastman Square
July 9: DT Toronto – Nathan Phillips Square

In addition to the Community Celebration, please visit http://www.toronto2015.org/torch-relay/pan-am-games and download the route map for more information about the celebration sites in your neighborhood.

Temporary HOV Lanes
- Open to vehicles with three or more people (June 29-July 27), two or more people (July 28-August 18), Games vehicles, accredited media, emergency vehicles, electric vehicles with green license plates, public transit and taxis
- Operating from 5am to 11pm
- Incorporates existing HOV lanes where applicable

Temporary HOV Lanes on sections of:
- Highway 427
- Highway 404 (uses existing HOV lanes)
- Highway 401
- QEW
- DVP
- Gardiner Expressway
- Lakeshore Boulevard (Toronto)
- Jane Street (York Region)

Visit  www.ontario.ca/games2015 for more info on:

- Transportation info and advise to plan ahead
- Detailed maps and info about traffic changes near venues
- Travel guide and e-bulletin sign up for businesses

Event at the Mattamy Athletic Centre (Ryerson Athletic Centre)

- Venue hosts all men’s and women’s basketball and wheelchair basketball competitions during the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games.
- In total, 384 athletes will compete at Ryerson during the Games — 192 in basketball and 192 in wheelchair basketball
- This is a live broadcast venue
- The basketball competition schedule — listing all preliminary games by country — is available now at http://www.toronto2015.org/0/basketball-schedule
- No Games-operated road closures surrounding the Ryerson Athletic Centre. However, there will be additional traffic on nearby streets
- PrideHouseTO will hold a street festival every weekend of the Games in the neighbourhood
- Basketball schedule: Training: July 11 – 25; Competition July 15 – 25
- Wheelchair Basketball schedule: Training: Aug 3 – 15; Competition: Aug 8 – 15.

 

Your Games Plan

Transportation Updates for the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games

Getting ready for the Games with new temporary HOV lanes!

As the Games approach, you’ll start to see and hear messages around the GTHA to encourage businesses and residents to plan their travel routine during the Games.

New pavement markings are starting to appear on several highways for the new temporary HOV lanes. The lanes include existing HOV lanes as well as new temporary HOV lanes. Existing HOV lanes will change from 2+ to 3+ occupancy during the Pan Am Games. In most cases, the new lanes will use the left most lane on the highway which will be converted to a temporary HOV lane. The temporary HOV lanes will be in effect from June 29-August 18th.

Need to know how to get around? There’s an app for that! The 2015 Games Trip Planner will be launched very soon and it will be your go-to source for road, traffic and transit information.
More details will be shared next week to keep you informed as you plan for the Games.

Attend a free workshop

With more than 250,000 athletes, spectators and tourists expected to arrive in Toronto for the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games this summer, Smart Commute Toronto is helping businesses plan ahead by offering free workshops on:

June 15- 8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Metro Hall, Room 304, 55 John Street (at King St.)
Getting there: From St. Andrew’s Subway Station, walk two blocks west to Metro Hall.

RSVP to scommute@toronto.ca or call 416-338-2856416-338-2856 for more information.
toronto.ca/gamesready

An athlete’s view of games transportation

“A dependable transportation system is beyond important for all athletes.”
Canadian swimmer Michelle Williams

Getting to events and training sessions safely and on time is critical to Pan Am and Parapan Am Games athletes. Canadian swimmer Michelle Williams, who recently spoke at the Ministry of Transportation’s business engagement session in North York, explained why transportation is so important to an athletes’ success. Williams will compete in the sprint and freestyle events and relays this summer. This is her second year as part of the Canadian swimming team.

Last year, I represented Canada at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, where our team won the bronze medal for the 4 x 100 freestyle and the 4 x 100 medley relays. At these events, I witnessed firsthand the importance of transportation. Glasgow had a very efficient shuttle bus system and athletes were provided with daily schedules that allowed us to prepare for events accordingly.

These Games are very special to me because I grew up in Toronto. They will also be much different than previous Games. Whereas in Glasgow, the pool was 15 minutes from the athletes’ village; our team will need to travel much further --from the Athletes’ Village in the Distillery District, all the way to the Aquatics venue in Scarborough. 

This is why a dependable transportation system is beyond important for all athletes. We like predictability. Being late to your event can be anything from stressful to catastrophic. Athletes have dedicated their entire lives to training to compete at an international level. They work on optimizing every detail within their own control. However, transportation is one thing that is largely out of their control.

This summer, with thousands of athletes and spectators travelling to and from events across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) every day, it is important that businesses and residents plan ahead and consider options such as carpooling, taking transit, walking or cycling. As Michelle says, “let’s find alternatives and make sure we pull our own weight as Torontonians and as hosts of the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games!”

Important dates to remember:

May 30- July 10 Pan Am Torch Relay
June 29 - HOV lanes open
July 10 - Pan Am Games Opening Ceremony
July 26 - Pan Am Games Closing Ceremony
August 7 - Parapan Am Games Opening Ceremony
August 15 - Parapan Am Games Closing Ceremony (located at Nathan Phillips Square; this is a non-ticketed event).

 

 

What's on

Farmers' Market at Ryerson

 

 

Chelsea Hotel, Toronto’s Homemade Caesar mix now available to the public!

The Chelsea Hotel has introduced their new and deliciously blended Caesar mix in T|Bar. Made in-house from fresh and local ingredients, this Caesar mix has made the perfect introduction to the upcoming warm season ahead. As one of the many options on the T|Bar beverage menu, it has grown into a frequently ordered drink of choice.

Created by Chef Brian MacAskill, this tasty classic Canadian Caesar mix is the key ingredient for five specialty created Caesars served in T|Bar: The Classic, The Checkout, The Whasssabbi, The T|Garden and the Latin Dancer. Locals can now enjoy the convenience of T|Bar’s homemade Caesarmix !

What better way to kick off the spring with the Chelsea Hotel’s delicious homemade Caesar mix- now available for purchase in-store.

Caesarmania at T|Bar 

Sunday Brunch Every Sunday from 11am until 2pm
$19 per person*
c|aesarmania – all signature c|aesars only $9 during Saturday & Sunday Brunch!
For reservations call 416.277.5025416.277.5025

* Includes choice from Sunday Brunch menu, juice, coffee or signature loose leaf tea and a collection of breakfast pastries. Taxes and gratuities not included.

T Bar also features an authentic Indian lunch buffet which is available weekdays from 11:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. The buffet includes traditional Indian curry dishes all of which are prepared from scratch in house.

Location: T|Bar in the Chelsea Hotel, Toronto
Address: 33 Gerrard St. W.

For more information visit www.chelseatoronto.com or call 1-800-CHELSEA1-800-CHELSEA FREE (2435732)

 

 

WIN $10,000 TOWARDS YOUR DREAM WEDDING

Win your wedding at the Chelsea Hotel – Book a Silver, Gold, Platinum or Enchanted Buffet wedding package to take place in 2016, and you’ll be automatically entered! The winner will receive a grand prize of a $10,000 credit towards their dream wedding at the Chelsea Hotel, Toronto. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, our team here at the Chelsea Hotel is devoted to making any experience an unforgettable one.

Contest entry period: January 1 – December 31, 2015
Grand Prize Draw: A random prize draw will take place on February 6, 2016 at 1:00 PM at the Chelsea Hotel, Toronto.

Visit http://goo.gl/huutoX for complete contest rules. Enter now and make your dream wedding a reality!

 

 

What's New in Downtown Yonge

The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto takes Accessible Tourism to the next level

New Innovative Accessibility Program Launch

The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto, is pleased to be the first hotel to adopt Closing the Gap, an accessibility program designed to enhance the hospitality experience for persons with disabilities. The Chelsea will offer a Guest Accessibility Package to hotel guests, providing them with a wealth of information to make the most of their stay, including information about the hotel, its amenities and surroundings in a way that speaks to persons with disabilities. Designed by Accessibility Professionals of Ontario (APO), a full-service accessibility consulting firm, the Chelsea is committed to ensuring that persons with disabilities have access to the same information as all guests – consistent with the principles of independence, dignity, integration and equal opportunity.

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To Do in Downtown Yonge

Music Mondays

All Concerts are held Mondays at 12:15 at The Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Square Toronto, right beside the Eaton Centre.

This year, for the very first time, a generous donation enabled Music Mondays to commission a brand new work in celebration of Holy Trinity’s deep musical heritage. Composer and well-known CBC music host Peter-Anthony Togni’s Benedicite receives its world premiere on August 24th. You won’t want to miss this moving work.

Our concerts take place in the warm, inviting and accessible space of Holy Trinity Church, just steps away from Bay Street’s wheels of commerce and the bustle of the Eaton Centre. Bring your lunch – and a friend – every Monday at noon from May through the end of August.

June 8 - Angela Park, piano
June 15 - William O’Meara, organ
June 22 - Maria Soulis, soprano; Michael Kolk, guitar; Julian Knight, violin
June 29 - Raphael Weinroth-Browne, solo cello

Check out our website: www.musicmondays.ca
Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MusicMondaysToronto

 

 

moSpeaker Academy 1-Day Performance Masterclass

July 19, 2015

Time: 10:00 AM EDT - 4:00 PM EDT
Place: Winchester Street Theatre, 80 Winchester Street, Toronto, ON M4X 1B2, Canada
Price: $127 (super ealry-bird, until June 6) / $147 (early-bird, until July 4) / $197 (masterclass rate, available until July 17)
Host: Michel Neray
Website and Tickets: http://www.momondays.com/mospeaker-academy/masterclass/
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/503257629822298/

Participants have been raving about the unique approach we take in the moSpeaker Academy - which uses your signature story as the basis for a more impactful message and performance. The moSpeaker Academy Performance Masterclass has been specifically designed for people who want to improve as speakers – whether your focus is motivational and inspirational speaking, keynoting, speak-to-sell, informational speaking and training... or changing the world.

In this 1-Day Performance Masterclass you'll get the opportunity to up your speaking and performance game to the next level... or the next 5 levels. Facilitated by Michel Neray, founder of momondays, you will cover - and practice - the core elements of speaking performance that take you from good to great!

PERFORMANCE. PERFORMANCE. PERFORMANCE.
On this day, the focus will be on giving you maximum stage time to rehearse, get feedback, and get better.

• Stage presence
• Act-outs
• Pacing
• Opening and closing with impact
• Timing Your Talk & Memory Tricks
• Dealing with feedback
• Live coaching

Super early-bird ends June 6. Early-bird ends July 4. Tickets available until July 17.
CLICK HERE FOR INFO AND TICKETS: http://www.momondays.com/mospeaker-academy/masterclass/

 

 

 

Mackenzie House Events

Interlove: An Exhibition of Documentary Photography

Documentary Photography by Colin Boyd Shafer
Runs until Sunday, August 16

Mackenzie House is proud to host the premiere of new works by award-winning photographer, Colin Boyd Shafer. Interlove is an exhibition of documentary photographs that explore how people with differing beliefs come together in love and shared respect. Included with regular admission.
Adults $6.19, Seniors/Youth $3.54, Children: $2.65 (plus tax), and Children (4 and under) are Free.

Play the Park with Pride - June 28

Sunday, June 28, 3 to 5 p.m.
Mackenzie House is participating in the Downtown Yonge BIA's summer concert series celebrating Pride Week in Toronto. As the Pride Parade finishes up at Yonge Dundas Square, participants and spectators can kick back in the nearby courtyard at Mackenzie House for live music. Admission is FREE.

Canada Day at Mackenzie House - July 1

Wednesday, July 1, 12 to 5 p.m.
Celebrate Canada's 148th birthday with a visit to Mackenzie House! In the printshop, learn more about the role of the media in Confederation, and print a Canada Day souvenir using our nineteenth century printing press. Regular admission applies.

Mackenzie House - 82 BOND ST, Phone: (416) 392-6915(416) 392-6915, www.toronto.ca/mackenziehouse

 

 

Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre Events

EWG tours

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.

When: Thursdays at 5 p.m.; Saturdays at 11 a.m.
Dates: June 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27
Cost: Adults: $12, Students and Seniors: $10 (includes HST) Cash only | No reservations required.

The Vakhtangov Academic Theatre: Smile at Us, oh Lord!

Tuesday, June 16 and Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at 8 p.m.
The Vakhtangov Academic Theatre of Russia is back with a new theatrical masterpiece, Smile at Us, Oh Lord! Set during the first half of the 20th century, Smile at Us, Oh Lord! is the story about every man who is vehemently opposed to wrongdoing and whose journey through life opens his eyes and heart to the fate of Jews around the world. Based on two novels by the Lithuanian-born Israeli writer Grigory Kanovich, Smile at Us, Oh Lord! is a play full of tragi-comedic moments and soulful music. In Russian with English subtitles.
Tickets: $55, $65, $95, $115, $125, $155

Location: Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre, 189 Yonge Street (just north of Queen Street, meet in the lobby)
Website: www.heritagetrust.on.ca/ewg

 

 

Hard Rock Café Events

The Hard Rock Café Toronto is located directly across from the massive Eaton Centre department store mall. The memorabilia-stocked restaurant serves up distinctive meals and refreshing beverages for any rocker with a taste for diversity. So roll on in and get ready to rock the night away at Toronto's bustling Hard Rock Café.

June 5 - L'Rock "Rock's Not Dead" - 8:30 PM - 1:00 AM

For more information, please visit www.hardrock.com
Address: Hard Rock Cafe Toronto, 279 Yonge Street

 

 

Pride Week Celebrations at Pogue Mahone Irish Pub on June 21-28!

Visit www.poguemahone.ca

 

 

2015 Brings new talent to Monarch’s Pub

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 has also introduced a new menu that 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, featuring Mill Street beers on tap.
Upping the ante even more, Monarchs Pub has also teamed up with Young Lions Club, bringing fresh new talent and creating unique and memorable music experiences for all.

Visit monarchpub.ca or facebook.com/monarchspub to reserve, for more information and monthly music listings!

Location: Monarchs Pub in the Eaton Chelsea Hotel, 33 Gerrard St.
Call 416 585 4352416 585 4352 or visit www.monarchspub.ca for more information

 

 

Jazz Bistro is Toronto’s newest jazz venue and dining destination

Located at 251 Victoria St., three-level club includes a performance and dining area, wine bar, private event space and expansive rooftop patio. The open-concept design ensures guests on the second floor balcony have a perfect view of the stage, which features a magnificent red pop Steinway piano (the only one of its’ kind in the world). The warm and inviting space serves as an intimate setting for authentic, live jazz performances by some of the world’s finest jazz musicians, and will focus on promoting Toronto’s own jazz artists. The space creates a comfortable atmosphere for quality modern bistro dining.

For upcoming events click here.

Call 416 363 5299416 363 5299 (JAZZ) or visit jazzbistro.ca for more information

 

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