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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
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.
Disappointing. We were there on a business lunch and from our perspective, the menu was extremely limited. Most of us had the chicken confit salad - lots of chicken, an egg but bland overall. No shortage of protein. Service okay but definitely not stellar. Our server was a bit curt when one of our party asked if they could add some chicken to a meatless salad - definitely no substitutions allowed. On the plus side, it has an outdoor patio and inside, it was quiet enough for a business discussion. Someone said that the restaurant had a good brunch... however, I don't think many of us will be giving the restaurant a second try.
Our experience fell a bit short in the food experience. It may have been what we chose to eat. We love beef tartare but at a Drake it was chopped in pieces that were far too big and lacked flavour. Do not order the lamb malfatti pasta. The lamb resembled and tasted like undercooked bacon. The fries, tuna crudo and Brussels sprouts were enjoyable.
I have been to this location in the past and the food has always been great. However, the service was off this time. Server seemed to not really be happy to serve us. One of my guests was constantly bumped as she was seated in the main passage for the wait staff. While the food was good slow service, a disinterested server (who simply forgot all the time), means this will not be on the top of my list as my go to restaurant for a little bit.
It was our last night in Toronto and we were looking for an upscale place for dinner. I’m not sure how we stumbled onto Drake 150, but it certainly seemed upscale. I was hoping for a good steak for our farewell dinner. For a Saturday night, it seemed a little quiet but then again, this is a financial district. I was a little surprised that I had only two steak choices: 12oz rib eye or 10oz flat iron. I asked for a NY cut but no dice – only two steak choices. So I got the rib eye and my wife got the trout. She liked the trout dish. For me, the rib eye tasted over aged but it was not particularly tender. Was it 12oz? That would be a bit of a stretch to me. The hasselback potatoes were not sliced deep enough and so it tasted just like a broiled potato. The mushrooms were too sour. So, we bailed after the main course. Still our bill came out to be $100 with no drinks, appetizer, or dessert.
I've been meaning to leave this review for a while. I work across the street, and I've been here a few times for lunch and that was fine, but I took my wife here for Mothers Day as they had a Mothers Day brunch special. Worst mistake ever, food was tasty but stupidly overpriced for what you got, and options were limited. They billed it as Brunch option , with a bouquet . The bouquet was a single flower in a vase on the table. The service started off good, but quickly turned sideways. It was not very busy about 1/3rd full, we got seated right away, they had a high chair ready as per our reservation request. Took a little while we eventually got our orders placed, the food took forever to come, my wife had to take my son and walk him around the restaurant to kill time. (from our arrival to food arrival was over a hour) and that was basically the end of the service from our waitress. She never came back to check on us, despite the numerous times I tried to flag her down for water etc, after eating our meal we sat there we tried to get her attention but she was off in la la land. Eventually after at least half hour after we finished eating, I had to get another waiter to get our bill and a take out container so we could get out of there. I will never be back for Brunch, work week lunch sure, but Brunch NO.
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