Tag: The Drake Hotel

Lobster Sundays

Drakeland’s Sunday Lobster Fare: Sundays at 7 p.m., between July 15 and August 26, $32 Summer Sundays have never been tastier than with Drake’s new lobster special. Available exclusively by reservation on the hotel’s Sky Yard...

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Ocean Wise Sustainble Ceviche Smackdown

Five of our Ocean Wise chefs including Ted Corrado from C5, Cory Vitielo from The Harbord Room, Anthony Rose from The Drake Hotel, David Friedman from Fishbar and Kristen Donovan from Hooked Inc. will be competing to make the best sustainable ceviche as judged by you.

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The Drake’s Earth Day Gala – Photo Essay

For the fourth year in a row, the Drake Hotel played host to the Earth Day Canada fundraiser. The entire venue, from the Underground where the awards ceremony was held, to the Lounge where MC Sean Cullen held court and the Sadies rocked the house, to the Sky Yard where a barbecue station and plenty of Mill House Organic Lager had the joint rockin’.

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Amy Rosen is Food Editor at House and Home

Amy Rosen is one Canada’s most prolific and accomplished food (and travel) writers. She’s also the Food Editor at Canadian House and Home where she oversees the presentation of recipes which match the magazine’s eye for aesthetic excellence and tracks culinary trends from coast to coast.

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Summer School at The Drake Hotel

Last year’s Camp Drake is all grown up and this summer we’re heading to Drake High. At Drake Summer School, you’ll leave shop class with one-of-a-kind antiques from the Drake General Store, the Dining Roadshow pop-up restaurant will serve the best cafeteria food you’ve ever had with alphabet soup, lobster rolls and the tastiest cheese dog in town.

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The Drake Hotel’s New Dining Road Show

The new space will feature different concepts, covering everything from a kitschy spin on a high school cafeteria to a colourful trip to Chinatown circa 1940s Los Angeles. These special, temporary menus will change every few months along with the design, packaging, music and performance art.

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Cosmo Manifesto

Owner Sasha Petraske rather famously refused to stock cranberry juice ten years ago, so that people would be forced to try something new and the masses could start weaning themselves off vodka. What I appreciate the most about Petraske’s policy is the reversal of the idea that the customer is always right. Because, in fact, in my experience, the customer is often wrong. There, I said it.

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