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After a few successful months of serving up burgers, fries and onion rings ghost kitchen-style out of Otto's Bierhalle, the team at Sammy's has decided the Grape Crush kitchen would be the perfect new home for their comfort food pop-up.
Not only will you be able to enjoy the entire Sammy's menu on the patio, but you will also have the opportunity to choose from Grape Crush's impressive 200+ bottled wine list.
With one of the most extensive natural wine selections on the strip, and a corkage fee of only $20, this is the perfect spot to wine and dine with the introduction of the Sammy's menu.
"What's amazing about this, is a lot of places charge two times as much for a bottle when dining-in, but with our corkage fee, our guests will be able to try some really great wines for a reasonable price," says Nancy Chen, the general manager at Grape Crush.
Though a wine list as lengthy as the one offered at Grape Crush can appear intimidating, their servers will be able to guide you through the menu to help you choose the perfect bottle. There will also be a selection of cocktails and draft beer available, as well as their recently launched Frosé––a mouthwatering blended beverage crafted with fresh strawberry purée, lemon juice and Greenlane rosé.
As for the food program, the team plans on keeping things fun, casual and accessible. They are tremendously excited to be serving up the well-received Sammy's menu on their patio––Toronto's burger lovers can't get enough, with some even flocking from out of town just to try them out. Other finger-food offerings like charcuterie, pepperettes and five different flavours of popcorn will also be available to enhance the flavours of their unique wines.
The Grape Crush patio is located at 1166 Dundas Street West and is now open 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday through Thursday, 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sundays. The Sammy's menu is now being offered at the same Dundas West location for dine-in, and will continue to function as a ghost kitchen, remaining open for takeout or pick-up, as well as delivery via third party apps.