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Canoe celebrates 25th year with dazzling redesign

Canoe celebrates 25th year with dazzling redesign

Canoe celebrates 25th year with dazzling redesign

Canoe Restaurant -- one of the city’s loftiest -- perched on the 54th floor of the TD Centre, and Canada’s best, reopens today with a uniquely Canadian look after an eight-week renovation. First opened in 1995, the Oliver & Bonacini spot is renowned for its modern, high-end approach to regional Canadian cuisine. “I never could have imagined,” says Michael Bonacini, co-founder of Oliver & Boncini Hospitality, “the incredible impact Canoe would have not only here in Toronto, but in Canada and beyond.”

Canoe Toronto

Ontario Pigeon Pithivier with Québec foie gras, collard greens, James Bay matsutake mushrooms and red currant jus.

To celebrate its 25th year in business, Canoe has been revamped and its menu tweaked to further reflect its original mission; to showcase Canada’s diversity on the plate and herald our country’s varied cultures, history and vast resources. New menu items include Baffin Island Turbot and Ontario Pigeon Pithivier as well as an eight-course tasting menu composed of Canadian ingredients such as lamb, bison and Nova Scotia seaweed. 

Canoe Toronto

Tamarack Farms Lamb with Jerusalem artichoke gratin, sunflower purée and wild licorice jus, samphire and nettle haché.

The new space, designed by Solid Design Creative, is an homage to the beauty of Canada’s landscape. From patterned rugs, inspired by aerial photographs, to granite accents meant to invoke the rugged Canadian Shield, the space is proudly Canadian, elegant and modern.

Canoe Toronto

Canoe's sleek, modern new dining room.

Open for lunch and dinner from Monday to Friday, Canoe is closed on weekends for special events. 

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Canoe Toronto Redesign

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Canoe celebrates 25th year with dazzling redesign

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Canoe celebrates 25th year with dazzling redesign

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Canoe Restaurant -- one of the city’s loftiest -- perched on the 54th floor of the TD Centre, and Canada’s best, reopens today with a uniquely Canadian look after an eight-week renovation. First opened in 1995, the Oliver & Bonacini spot is renowned for its modern, high-end approach to regional Canadian cuisine. “I never could have imagined,” says Michael Bonacini, co-founder of Oliver & Boncini Hospitality, “the incredible impact Canoe would have not only here in Toronto, but in Canada and beyond.”

Canoe Toronto

Ontario Pigeon Pithivier with Québec foie gras, collard greens, James Bay matsutake mushrooms and red currant jus.

To celebrate its 25th year in business, Canoe has been revamped and its menu tweaked to further reflect its original mission; to showcase Canada’s diversity on the plate and herald our country’s varied cultures, history and vast resources. New menu items include Baffin Island Turbot and Ontario Pigeon Pithivier as well as an eight-course tasting menu composed of Canadian ingredients such as lamb, bison and Nova Scotia seaweed. 

Canoe Toronto

Tamarack Farms Lamb with Jerusalem artichoke gratin, sunflower purée and wild licorice jus, samphire and nettle haché.

The new space, designed by Solid Design Creative, is an homage to the beauty of Canada’s landscape. From patterned rugs, inspired by aerial photographs, to granite accents meant to invoke the rugged Canadian Shield, the space is proudly Canadian, elegant and modern.

Canoe Toronto

Canoe's sleek, modern new dining room.

Open for lunch and dinner from Monday to Friday, Canoe is closed on weekends for special events. 

Tags:

Canoe 25 Year Celebration

Canoe Toronto Redesign

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