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Welcome to New Members

We would like to welcome new businesses to Downtown Yonge.


Bianca Shoes

Bianca Shoes has just opened up on the Market Level next to Dollarama at College Park

Location: 777 Bay St.
Phone: (647) 341-5347




Sobeys has also just opened up its food court seating, located at College Park on the College Level

Location: 777 Bay St., #427
Phone: (416) 506-1626
Website: www.sobeys.com



Hard Candy Fitness

Madonna opened Hard Candy Fitness Toronto at the AURA tower on February 11th.

Location: 382 Yonge Street (corner of Gerrard Street), 4th Floor
Phone: (416) 979-1645
Website: www.hardcandyfitness.com


Dunk'n Dip Express

Dunk'n Dip Express is located in the new Aura Condo building at 384 Yonge St. We aim to delight customers with our menu of delicious savoury and sweet foods. Marvel at our chocolate fountains, get a savoury crepe for lunch, or stop by for a hot chocolate or latte. We are so excited to have our second location in downtown Toronto!

Facebook: www.facebook.com/dunkndip1
Website: www.dunkndip.ca/



Weight Watchers

Join for Free! Drop by for details!

Location: 372 Yonge St., 2nd floor
1 block south of Gerrard, upstairs from Thai Express/Villa Madina
Website: www.weightwatchers.ca



Jackson’s Burger

Welcome Jackson’s Burger to our neighbourhood at 374 Yonge Street! Check out their review on Blog TO

Website: Jackson’s Burger



College Currency Investments

Welcome College Currency Investments to our neighbourhood at 437 Yonge Street!

Website: www.collegecurrency.ca



Lucullus Bakery

Welcome Lucullus Bakery to our neighbourhood at 31 Elm Street!

Website: www.lucullusbakery.com



Tim Hortons

Two new Tim Hortons locations are open in our neighbourbood: 10 Dundas St East and 595 Bay St. at the Atrium on Bay.

Website: www.timhortons.com



Dukes Refresher + Bar

Welcome Dukes Refresher + Bar to the Downtown Yonge neighbourhood! The new restaurant is located at Yonge & Gerrard. They had their grand opening on December 4th, 2013. Congratulations on the new location!

Website: dukesrefresher.ca




Welcome McDonald’s at 356 Yonge Street, congratulations on your grand opening on November 26th.
This McDonald’s is the largest in Ontario and is the flagship store

Website: www.mcdonalds.ca



REDS Midtown Tavern

Reds proudly launched our second location at Yonge and Gerrard on October 30th, 2013. Reds Midtown Tavern is the perfect locale for connecting with colleagues and friends, where good conversation meets great food, as well as a social midpoint for Toronto’s East and West neighbourhoods.

Like good conversation, we think delicious food should be shared. Our culinary team led by Executive Chef Matt Robertson has created an impressive menu of reimagined classics with a unique selection of social sharing plates including our freshly shucked oysters and our signature Tavern Butcher Board.

Website: redsmidtowntavern.com



We look forward to the future openings:

T.L.P. Sandwich Co. – 15 Elm St
Fit for Life – 3 Gerrard St East


Member Highlights


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



Mahaya Health Services has new owners

Elena and Lindsey are the new owners of Mahaya Health Services since spring 2013Mahaya Health Services is located at 2 College Street, Suite 105. 

Mahaya Health Services is a multi disciplinary alternative health clinic offering Naturopathic Medicine, Osteopathy, Registered Massage Therapy, Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Did you know most services at Mahaya are covered by your extended health benefits? For more information on who we are and what we have available check out our website at www.mahayahealth.com. You can also follow us Facebook and Twitter for great health tips.. and there is always a cup of tea ready in the clinic, so come by and say hi! We look forward to seeing you at Mahaya.

Location: 2 College Street, Suite 105



Stations of the Heart

Lawyer by profession, writer by avocation, Darlene Madott practices family law on Bond Street, across from St. Michael’s Choir School and Cathedral.

Ben McNally’s bookstore at Bay and Queen carries her Stations of the Heart, which the author says would make a wonderful gift for Valentine’s or post-Christmas giving: the way to anyone’s heart being “an unexpected gift at an unexpected time.”

“Sensual, vivid, intense,” Madott’s women remain open and vulnerable, despite heart break and betrayal: from station to station, each is on a singular pilgrimage toward joy, intent on embracing life openly and courageously; her men understood with a rare forgiveness.  Madott’s fiction has garnered literary awards. Stations of the Heart is her 6th collection of interconnected stories. Her 7th, Making Olives and Other Family Secrets (Ripasso) will be launched at the Columbus Centre, May 14, 2014, and can be pre-ordered through Ben McNally’s.

To order this book CLICK HERE


Did you know that...

Downtown Yonge BIA receives Merit Award for Celebrate Yonge at IDA Conference in New York

Downtown Yonge Business Improvement Area has received a merit award for our work on Celebrate Yonge in summer 2012. Recognized among 13 entries in the category of Events & Programming, this award centers on improving the image and vitality of downtowns and delivering projects that communicate the vision, mission, function and achievements of the business association. Mark Garner, Executive Director of the Downtown Yonge BIA commented, “The Downtown Yonge team is honoured and excited by this award. The IDA is a leading advocate for vibrant and successful downtowns. This award recognizes the teams visionary and dedicated work last year and shows that we’re headed in the right direction for Yonge Street.” “The Downtown Yonge BIA project received the IDA Merit Award for delivering excellence in downtown management”, said David Downey, IDA president and CEO. “Each year the IDA Awards Jury recognizes organizations that utilize best practices in our industry. The Celebrate Yonge project is a shining example of excellent downtown management that delivers real results.”

The Downtown Yonge BIA received the award during the IDA World Congress & 59th Annual Conference on October 7th 2013.

The Washington, D.C based International Downtown Association (IDA) is a champion for vital and livable urban centers and strives to inform, influence, and inspire downtown leaders and advocates. With 550 members and thousands of friends, IDA is a guiding force in creating healthy and dynamic centers that anchor the well-being of towns, cities, and regions.


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



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


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

In the Spotlight, March 6

The St. Patrick's Day Parade Window Dressing Competition

The St. Patrick's Day Parade Window Dressing Competition, the parade's broadcast partner CP24 will be sharing photos of decorated shop fronts on their website (reaches 564,000 Torontonians).
This window dressing competition is a simple and cost-effective way for your members to promote their businesses to a large group of Torontonians (and of course get the community in the St. Patrick's Day spirit!). 

Please encourage the businesses in your organization to send in photos of their decorated window to info@topatrick.com before March 10th in order to be featured on the St. Patrick's Day Parade Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/StPatricksDayParadeToronto and now CP24.com! 
Photos will start being posted on March 1st.



March 26th is Purple Day for Epilepsy Awareness and we need your help!!!

Across the country on March 26th individuals and groups will be participating in Purple Day to raise public awareness about epilepsy.

Here in Toronto, Epilepsy Toronto will be working with community groups, schools, businesses, and hospitals to help raise awareness about epilepsy. We are asking you to take part as a Purple Day Ambassador and help us get information about epilepsy on Purple Day!

Started in 2008 by Cassidy Megan, a nine-year-old Nova Scotia student who wanted to educate her school after being diagnosed with epilepsy, Purple Day has spread across Canada and was officially recognized by Parliament in 2012.

Epilepsy is an important issue in our community. Across the country 1 in 100 people live with epilepsy, meaning 40,000 people in Toronto from all walks of life and professions are affected by the disorder. Some have seizures that can disrupt their lives on a daily basis; others can manage with medication or surgery. What they all have in common is a public that often misunderstands or is misinformed about the realities of living with epilepsy.

We are asking for your support to wear purple, hand out epilepsy information, hang a purple day poster or incorporate purple into your window display. With your support we can build awareness of epilepsy throughout the community, breakdown barriers and stigmas and raise funds to allow Epilepsy Toronto to continue to support people living with epilepsy.

Contact Brandon for flyers, buttons and posters at brandon@epilepsytoronto.org



What's on

Happy Birthday!

Join us Friday, March 7, 2014 as we celebrate 10 years of coctails, comfy beds and city nights. Birthday festivities from 6-8 pm

50% of appetizers
$5 drinks all night long
Birthday Cake
Special Candy Apple Martini
Live Entertainment

Pantages Hotel - 200 Victoria St, Toronto



The Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre has opened a new art gallery, part of the RBC Emerging Artists Project

The first exhibition entitled Moving on: Ryerson University Students Explore Urban Transport around the Greater Toronto Area features the work of second-year photography production students from Ryerson University’s Image Arts program.

At a time when thinking about transit has never been more important in this city, the students embarked on a documentary project on the subject of urban transportation. This exhibition offers the viewer a varied and nuanced look at the day-to-day experience of Toronto’s current transit system and the construction of its future one.

The exhibition is co-sponsored by Metrolinx and runs until April 3, 2014.

Dates: January 31 to April 3, 2014
Admission: FREE
Gallery Hours: Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: The Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre, Gallery Level
189 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M5B 1M4

For more information www.heritagetrust.on.ca/ewg

About RBC Emerging Artists Project
The RBC Emerging Artists Project is a unique partnership with the Ontario Heritage Trust
that has allowed the Elgin anhd Winter Garden Teatre Centre to develop a gallery for
exhibiting student and emerging artists’ work.



WorldPride 2014 Toronto

WorldPride 2014 Toronto (WP14TO) is a ten-day international celebration incorporating activism, education, and the history and culture of global LGBTTIQQ2SA* communities. It highlights Canada’s continued progress in human rights, and the diversity and dynamism of Toronto. WP14TO is presented by Pride Toronto, producer of Canada’s largest annual festival of LGBTTIQQ2SA* culture and human rights, under license from InterPride.

Pride Toronto’s 2013 festival drew 1.2 million participants, with a 46 per cent increase in international visitors. 95 per cent of those visitors indicated they were likely to attend WorldPride in 2014. The total economic impact was $286 million over the 10-day festival period, which was a $9 million increase from the 2012 festival.

WorldPride programming has been scheduled to take place throughout the month of June right across the Greater Toronto Area, and will include participation by major galleries, museums and cultural institutions. The official festival dates are June 20-29, 2014.

Enclosed you will find instructions for completing the application – please read the entire application carefully as there are changes from the 2013 program. We are excited to partner with you for the upcoming festival.

Click here for more information



What's New in Downtown Yonge

The World’s Biggest Bookstore scheduled to close at the end of March

Toronto, ON ‐ Paracom Realty Corporation, Brokerage announces its appointment as the exclusive listing/leasing broker for 20 Edward Street, currently the World’s Biggest Bookstore, scheduled to close at the end of March 2014.

The new property owner, Lifetime Developments, is envisioning an exciting and transformational new Restaurant Row for the site that will be ready in time for TIFF 2015.

Conveniently located in the heart of Downtown Toronto steps from Yonge & Dundas Square and The Toronto Eaton Centre, this new culinary mecca at 20 Edward St. will add to the ever improving landscape of the area, including the recently announced flagship Nordstrom’s and Sax Fifth Avenue stores.

Designed by Turner Fleisher Architects, with multi‐level patio opportunities, soaring ceiling heights, column free space, and common ‘back of house’ elements, this new restaurant row will be the best dining experience Toronto has to offer.

With 250 feet of frontage, each of the 4 restaurants will have numerous eye catching signage and branding opportunities to pull in the millions of yearly patrons from the many office buildings, stores, hotels, universities, theatre and entertainment offerings Yonge and Dundas has to offer.

“We are really excited to work on this project and know that being steps from Toronto’s busiest intersection the site will attract the best ‘New to Market’ operators along with established Canadian brands and international chefs and concepts. 20 Edward Street will be Toronto's ultimate restaurant destination” says Jordan Karp, Vice‐President, Retail Advisory Services and lead for Paracom on the project.

For further details please visit www.twentyedwardretail.com and/or contact the Listing Brokerage for comment.



To Do in Downtown Yonge

Community Meet & Greet at the ING DIRECT Café

In addition to banking and Client services, the Downtown Toronto Café, like all ING DIRECT Cafés, is a community space that welcomes community groups, local charities and not-for-profits, entrepreneurs and start-ups. The Downtown Toronto Café generates revenue from Network Orange fees, tea, coffee, pastries and other items. All revenue generated in the Downtown Toronto Café goes to support a different local charity every month. In addition to a donation cheque, the Toronto team dedicates OITC hours to each charity.

March Café Charity: Earth Rangers

Mission: To educate and empower children to Bring Back the Wild

About Earth Rangers: Picture every person you know working to protect biodiversity. Picture all of these people acknowledging the impacts of their small, daily actions. Picture our planet thriving because a new generation of leaders is mindful about its health. At Earth Rangers we imagine this every day. We believe children can make it a reality.

We all get busy and forget how our daily actions affect the world around us. We forget that, while important, we’re just one part of a huge ecosystem. Children don’t – they’re passionate about protecting life on earth. When they learn how their behaviours can help, they don’t ignore them, they act. Earth Rangers provides children with the opportunity to protect animals, to improve the environment and to make a difference. We are the Kids’ Conservation Organization.

Animal Ambassadors Meet & Greet
Friday March 14 from 10:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Saturday March 29 from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Bring the family to meet our friendly critter.

Location: ING DIRECT Cafe, 221 Yonge St.



Fi(gh)t for the Cure event

Thursday, March 20, 2014
Help KNOCKOUT breast cancer at a Fi(gh)t for the Cure event.

Receive a complimentary fitting in a Wacoal or b.tempt’d bra by a Wacoal fit specialist.

For every woman that participates*, Wacoal will donate $2 to Komen for the Cure® for breast cancer research and outreach programs.
Wacoal will also donate an additional $2 for every Wacoal or b.tempt’d bra or Wacoal shapewear piece purchased at the event.

While supplies last.**

* No purchase necessary. Must booked an appointment for the fitting.
Fit for the Cure® is a registered trademark of Susan G. Komen®.
Canadian donations to go to the Global Promise Fund - a Canadian affiliate organization – of Susan G. Komen®.

Please call 416-861-6501 to book your appointment TODAY!!
Hudson's Bay, 4th Floor, Lingerie Dept. Queen St.



Grand opening!

Celebrate our Grand Opening with a unique underground shopping experience!
Exclusive Industry preview Wednesday, March 19, 2014 3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

The Shops at AURA - Aura at College Park, 388 Yonge St, Toronto



The Carlton Cinema presents THE ROOM with special guests Tommy Wiseau & Greg Sestero March 14-16

Sometimes a movie is so strange, so different, so indescribably odd, that it transcends the boundaries of bad and becomes something altogether wonderful. The Carlton Cinema, already known for embracing so-bad-it’s-good films such as the sold-out “Sharknado,” are excited to be bringing Tommy Wiseau’s cult film masterpiece THE ROOM to Toronto audiences.

THE ROOM, often referred to as ‘The Citizen Kane of bad movies’, is coming to The Carlton March 14-16 with special appearances by writer/director/star Tommy Wiseau & co-star Greg Sestero.  Sestero has recently penned a tell-all book on the making of The Room, titled “The Disaster Artist”, which has just had its film rights bought by James Franco!

Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero will be on hand for a meet and greet / Q&A period after each of the following screenings:

Friday, March 14 – 9:00, 9:30, 10:30, 11:45 & 12:15
Saturday, March 15 – 9:00, 9:30, 10:30, 11:45 & 12:15
Sunday, March 16 – 9:00, 9:30, 10:30

Carlton Cinema, 20 Carlton St. (at Yonge) $15 in advance, $18 at the door - Tickets available in person or online at www.picatic.com/TheRoomToronto

Beer, wine & mixed drinks (including “Scotchka” - the odd Scotch/Vodka mix characters are seen drinking in the film) will be available at our bar to enjoy in the auditorium.

The Room merchandise, including blu rays, posters and bobbleheads, will be available for purchase in the Carlton lobby.

March 14, 15 & 16 – ONLY at the Carlton
TOMMY WISEAU | 99 MIN | 2003 | US | Rated R
Featuring Q&A periods, meet and greets, & autograph signings with

Johnny is a successful banker who lives happily in a San Francisco townhouse with his fiancée, Lisa. One day, inexplicably, she gets bored of him and decides to seduce Johnny's best friend, Mark. From there, nothing will be the same again.

The film has cultivated a dedicated audience akin to The Rocky Horror Picture Show and screenings of THE ROOM are known for their raucous audiences who delight in participating with the film as it plays.  Lines of dialogue are screamed back at the screen and viewers gleefully throw plastic spoons through the air.

For more information, please contact:
Christy Fletcher or Alan Smith
Carlton Cinema management office

Visit us at carltoncinema.ca - Follow us on Facebook or Twitter @MLTCarlton




Jazz Bistro, the home for live jazz in the city, is pleased to present legendary vocalist Don Francks as part of a new series that takes place Sunday evening in The Jazz Cellar, our beautiful 3rd floor lounge.

At 82 years young, Francks has just released “21st Century Francks,” a live recording captured in 2002 at The Top O’ the Senator. He will be performing songs from the CD, with many surprises in store along the way.

When Don Francks opens his mouth to sing, he takes his audience on a journey. This celebrated singer and actor is widely regarded as one of the finest and most authentic jazz voices in Canada, having released several recordings including “Jackie Gleason Says: No One in This World is Like Don Francks” (with guitar legend Lenny Breau) , “Lost and Alone” (featuring orchestra arrangements by conductor Patrick Williams) and the original motion-picture soundtrack to Finian’s Rainbow; among others.

Francks has starred in many CBC television specials with jazz compatriots Jimmy Dale, Guido Basso, pianist Maury Kaye and the late, great Ron Collier. In the sixties he moved to New York City where he performed on The Jackie Gleason Show, sang at The Blue Angel, and recorded a live album at the Village Vanguard. He also made several appearances on the Johnny Carson, Mike Douglas, Dick Cavett and Merv Griffin shows. Next stop: Hollywood, where he guest-starred in shows like The Wild Wild West, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Mannix, and Mission: Impossible. “La Femme Nikita”, “The Listener”, “My Bloody Valentine” and “I’m Not There”. His list of work as a voice-over artist for ads and cartoons is simply too vast to even begin mentioning!

Don Francks will be performing on Sunday, March 9, 16, 23 and 30.  The music starts at 8pm and there is only a $5.00 cover charge.

Jazz Bistro
251 Victoria Street, Toronto M5B 1T8
Dinner Reservations: 416-363-5299
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JazzBistroTO 
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JazzBistroTO

Peter Donato, Special Assignment Inc.

Ori Dagan, Jazz Bistro Marketing



EWG Tour

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 & Times: March 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29

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)
Website: www.heritagetrust.on.ca/ewg



Duke Pubs Curry Celebration

Monday, March 3rd to Sunday, March 30th, 2014

So deliciously spicy, you'll want to make our curry at home. In fact, we want you to! The Duke Pubs are featuring spicy dishes this month, including a new dish, Chicken Karma Masala, made with Steam Whistle Pilsner. Purchase a Duke Pubs Curry Take-Home Kit for $12.99, which includes the Chicken Curry Karma recipe, Duke Pubs Rhubarb Chutney, and Duke Pubs Curry Spice (retail value $25.00).

Price of Event: No cover charge

Public Contact Information:  www.thedukepubs.ca
Duke of Somerset: 416-640-0921 dukeofsomerset@rogers.com
Duke of Richmond: 416-340-7887 dukeofrichmond@rogers.com

Sponsors of Event: Steam Whistle Pilsner



St. Patrick’s Day celebration at Pogue Mahone

St. Patty’s Day celebration with some live bands. They are as follows:

Saturday March 15th: Denis Martel Duo (The Saturday of before St. Patty’s Day)

Monday, March 17th: TNT Duo (1:30pm-5:30pm) & D Eve Archer Trio (8pm-close 12am)

There is live music every Saturday night (10pm-close 1am), brunch is served every weekend (10:30am-3pm), along with a Build-your-own-Caesar Bar during brunch for $2.99.




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:

March 1st - Ewen Farncombe
March 7 & 8 - Dean Aivaliotis
March 14th - Ewen Farncombe
March 15th - Tom McGill
March 21 & 22 - Dean Aivaliotis
March 28 - Steve Koven
March 29th - Victor Xu

Visit Pantages Martini Bar for more information!



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'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.

Mar 5 - Michael Bell Jazz Band
Mar 6 - The Jerome Godboo Band
Mar 7 - Big Crush
Mar 11 - Phil Naro and Herve Bassett
Mar 12 - The Chuck Jackson Band
Mar 13 - The J.W. Jones Band
Mar 14 - Robin Hawkins and the Royals
Mar 18 - Jerome Tucker and Tim Bastmeye
Mar 19 - The Melissa Boyce Quartette
Mar 20 - The Distillery
Mar 21 - The High Rollers
Mar 25 - Kate Todd
Mar 26 - The Michael Danckert Quartette
Mar 27 - The Jack de Keyzer Band
Mar 28 - Pat Rush
Saturdays - Dance the Night Away with DJ Supreme

For more details please visit Events Calendar

Location: Monarchs Pub in the Eaton Chelsea Hotel, 33 Gerrard St
Visit monarchpub.ca or facebook.com/monarchspub to reserve, for more information and monthly music listings!



March 'Musements at Mackenzie House March 8-16

Monday to Friday: 12p.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 12p.m. to 5 p.m.
DROP-IN during March Break; All Ages
Visit Mackenzie House for some Victorian fun! Typeset your name on the 1845 printing press, make a craft to take home, and have a cookie in the historic kitchen. 

Regular Admission: Adults $6.19, Seniors/Youth $3.54, Children: $2.65 (plus tax). Children (4 and under): Free.

Location: 82 Bond Street
Website: Mackenzie House


Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 8 p.m.
For the first time, the Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate Amphitheatre brings the fourth annual Rootstock experience to downtown Toronto – featuring Alan Doyle, Steven Page and Lindi Ortega, and hosted by CBC’s Tom Power. This concert will also launch the always anticipated lineup for the 2014 Jackson-Triggs concert season in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Tickets: $37, $57 and $67
Call Ticketmaster at 1-855-622-ARTS (2787) or visit www.ticketmaster.ca

Location: 189 Yonge Street
Website: Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre



Live nights of Music

Weekly at Monarchs Pub in the Eaton Chelsea Hotel
Join in for five fabulous live music nights each week at Monarchs Pub in the Eaton Chelsea Hotel at 33 Gerrard St. Come out to play some tunes, meet new friends and hear great music at their Acoustic Open Stage every Tuesday. Enjoy North America’s leading jazz bands every Wednesday and electrifying blues with Toronto's most renowned musicians every Thursday. Rock your Friday night away with a different live classic rock band every week and dance the night away to all your favourites with their live DJ every Saturday. 

Call 416 585 4352 or visit www.monarchspub.ca for more information

Jazz Bistro

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.

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


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