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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
Great location and atmosphere, reasonable service, pleasant welcome but the brunch food (we ordered) was very disappointing. Everything was too greasy and that killed the intended taste. We were never asked if we wanted another drink or coffee. Still I would like to give it another try at a dinner occasion.
This is a resto in the downtown core, in the heart of Entertainment District so expect to pay the prices to match the targeted diners. Food is good, hearty fare but a tad bit on the overly salted side, so you may need a gallon of water to quench that thirst! Service was fine -- not exceptional, and there is no birthday complimentary desserts here -- just a beautifully cursive written "Happy Birthday" in chocolate on whatever dessert you do wind up ordering. This place has a hip vibe and can get noisy if you're looking for a quiet dinner place, this is not really that kind of a place.
The restaurant wasn’t busy but as a table for 3 we were sat at a small table adjacent to a couple. Our drinks arrived after our food. The farmers market non alcoholic drink was v good, fries were good and the pork cheek was tasty although didn’t feel like a sharing dish. The charcuterie was ok but lacked olives or capers and a little cheese would have been a good addition.
Fantastic experience as always! Amazing food and atmosphere, very attentive service, and fun photo booth! Only minor issue was some difficulty reaching the restaurant to confirm the reservation the day before (put on hold for a while before being able to leave a message), but had no issue with the reservation once we arrived. Thanks for a fantastic time!
I don't recommend going in the evening because it gets really loud, I could barely hear myself when I was conversing with my friend. So, I do suggest doing your research beforehand and making sure you go at a time when it's not busy. The customer service was great, but I waited approximately 45 minutes for my food, which I understand since it was pretty busy so that's on me. Other than that, I did enjoy my time there, and I'm sure my friend enjoyed herself as well.
I have been here twice so far and both experiences were good. The second time we saw our waiter a total of 3 times, initial drink order, brought us wine and for the bill. Felt like we were forgotten and not as attended too as previous visit. The food was great and the ambiance lively and fun.
I was not impressed with the service. Although I left a substantial tip, the server did not even ask us if we wanted coffee or dessert. She was too busy looking around at other people. I took my friend out for her 50th bday thinking it would be a good experience at a trendy spot. Food was average. Pizza not the greatest. I feel like I owe my friend another birthday lunch.
Another great meal before going to the ballet. We always go with several sharing plates. I have 2 comments: you should provide big spoons to help serve the sharing food. And it’s been quite warm in the restaurant the last few times there. I love the shaved brussel sprouts salad and the meatballs.
We had a wonderful evening at the Drake One Fifty. We ordered their famous beef burger ft. one egg and were delighted by the quality of the meat and most definitely the overall flavor. We would recommend 'saucing' up your fries by adding truffle butter and cheese! We also enjoyed a sourdough Margherita pizza with prosciutto (plus $6.00). The additional fee is well worth it, as your entire pizza will be 'decked out' in prosciutto! While the food was very good, our service was definitely the highlight. We had a wonderful server who recommended additional dessert spots and late-night drink gems in the local neighborhood. Overall, a great spot for mid-fine dining, a wonderful ambiance, good food, and magnificent service! If in Toronto and the neighborhood, would go again.
Great foo, service was amazing, I had at the beginning 3 people serving me and approaching asking if I was ready to order my meal, so I was a bit confused who my server was, but beside that all of them had great attitude and they were very friendly. Salmon Benedict eggs out was amazing very well poached eggs and the holland sauce was great too.
thank you so much
I have been here for lunch a couple of times and had a good meal each time. This time, I went for brunch with family and friends. Overall it was an ok experience. Nothing to shout about. Food was mediocre. My kids ordered the huevos and they liked it. I ordered a basic breakfast - eggs, sausages and has browns. I have to say a simple diner breakfast was hands down much better! Eggs were super greasy (like really greasy), sausages were a complicated combination, undercooked and kind of gross, bread (marble toast) came with no jam, you had to ask for jam and there was only one type - mango marmalade. If you're not big on marmalade you're screwed. The hash browns were just weird and not tasty at all. The frozen hashbrowns from the grocery store were yummier. I'm not expecting gourmet but for $17 I was hoping for a bit more quality and taste. The upside however was that the coffee was awesome!
Food was great but my steak was slightly more medium than rare. Drinks were fantastic.
Unfortunately the service was terrible as the servers seemed confused and uncoordinated with each other. Was frustrating as we had to repeat orders.
There was also a function going on and it was very loud
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