Toronto’s newest food sanctuary is the 18,000-square-foot Assembly Chef’s Hall which just opened in the city’s downtown. The massive venue is food lovers’ bazaar. Open seven days a week, the food emporium is packed with close to 20 dining establishments. The place is abuzz with activity already before it even opens its outdoor patio. Here are some of the famed food outlets that are now calling the Assembly home.
Bluenose Lobster. Everything Nova Scotia lobster—from bisque to rolls to thermidor.
Bulldog Coffee. If you are into specialty coffees, head to Bulldog and try Unique espresso-based drinks, made using beans from Africa, Central and South America.
Cherry Street Bar-B-Que. BBQs anyone? How about pit-smoked meats, including brisket, baby back ribs and pulled pork. Don’t forget your side: mac and cheese, coleslaw, baked beans.
Mira Mira. How about some healthy options: Matcha-chia pudding, barbecued okra bowls and/or honey-kimchi chicken anyone?
Reyna. Toronto is now such a cosmopolitan city. How about some Mediterranean sharing plates and mezze, including charcuterie and Pintxos.
Shari. Feel like some good sushi? How about Chirashi sushi, assorted sushi ingredients placed over a bowl of seasoned sushi rice.
The Assembly Hall comes also with a Beer Hall, equipped with a DJ booth perfect for an event, live shows and TV broadcast.
Not to be missed is the Wine Bar, which serves a selection of wines and spirits. The whole space is licensed, so your guests can grab a drink at either bar and find a seat wherever they like.
To hold your event in a totally different venue with an exciting vibe, let GMS organize a dine-around for your group at the Assembly Chef’s Hall.