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About Drake One Fifty
Nestled in the heart of Toronto’s downtown core, Drake One Fifty is a cultural oasis in the Financial District and your destination for Food. Drink. Art. Designed by the renowned Martin Brudnizki, the space intersects contradictions of high + low and new + old, making it the perfect platform to highlight Drake One Fifty’s food offerings created by Executive Chef Ted Corrado and Chef de Cuisine Jon Pong. Expect to find numerous unique dishes + signature favourites like the award-winning Drake Burger, our innovative cocktail program and premium draught beers + wines. Rotating annual art installations by local + international artists, pop-up operas, guest chef dinners + weekly DJs keep things fresh whether you’re enjoying a power lunch on our street-level patio, getting cozy in a booth, or a Sunday night dinner at our 60-foot oval marble bar.
Toronto, ON M5H 3S5
Fusion / Eclectic, Canadian
Hours of Operation:
Statutory Holidays: Open
CAN$51 and over
From live music and DJs to silent films, there's usually something happening at Drake One Fifty. Visit our website www.drakeonefifty.ca to find out what's on tonight.
Planning an event? From power lunches to celebratory dinners, give us a shout and we'll bring the food. Impress your guests with a delicious spread from Drake One Fifty. Contact us for menus and pricing.
The underground parking lot for 150 York Street can be found off Adelaide Street West. If you are driving east on Adelaide, stay in the left lane after you cross University Avenue. You will see the entrance to the lot on your left hand side; there will be a red "P" sign for our building's underground parking. If you cross York Street, you've gone too far!
Drake One Fifty is located midway between the St. Andrew's + Osgoode subway stations.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Drake One Fifty Ratings and Reviews
First impression was that you certainly need a reservation if you are going to this restaurant. The booth offered to us were comfortable and relaxing. The ceviche appetizer was very tasty. I had the halibut al pastor meal; Did not care for the bacon base and beans (did not taste in pineapple relish. Did not worth the $35 price tag.
Beautiful space but service was suboptimal. Sangria was completely watered down with more ice than sangria and when we told the server he didn't do anything about it. If you are looking for watered down sangria and great food but don't mind waiting about an hour for food then this place is just for you.
We were at Drake 150 for Sunday brunch. Loved everything. The food, the ambience and service. There was a live band playing some great music.
A bit costly but the food was very creative and delicious. Was the best mushroom mobley I ever had.
Will definitely be back on a Sunday afternoon.
A very strange restaurant. The menue does not offer interessant meals.
We took a tomato salat- it was warm.
The waiter told us- because we are confused
"that" is our style. Funny- we told him.
Next we ordered a pizza.
It was cold. The waiter had the same answer.
Then we got angry and the chef came.
Sie was friendly and said, that we had not to pay the meal.
Unbelieveble. Never again.
The restaurant was not fully booked.
Four of us went there for an evening after the ball game on a Saturday night. Food was inventive and tasty . The pizza came with shears to cut your own slices (very clever ;). The pasta was creative and flavourful. The service was informative and polite. The decor is just the right level of European modern with some old world touches. Music was a perfect sound level, enjoyable yet you could still hear each other speak. All in all a great experience and would go back again.
The food was very tasting and it was simply Pizza made but made with sourdough which is vital .
The server was excellent very attentive and knew when to inform us of specifics on the food and beer and still not interrupt us.
Pricey for what it was but still because it was above the usual bar menu it was ok.
overall very well done.
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