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Drake One Fifty

Downtown newcomer with down-home charm

You may (rightly) balk at the description of "adult multiplex" that dot-com millionaire Jeff Stober spent on creating the Drake, but its popularity just keeps on growing; and it’s hard to fault the food at their first standalone restaurant; a typically bellicose take on a Parisian brasserie complete with huge banquettes, oval bar and walls cluttered with contemporary local art. Head chef Ted Corrado serves up high end gastropub dishes to suit the late night grazing crowd. Highlights include rotisserie chicken with root vegetables served in a roasting pan and an outstandingly textured 34-ounce cote de boeuf. Don’t expect a quiet romantic night here but this is a place that amply shows just how far Toronto has come in throwing off its age old conservative image.


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