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It's official: Drake's new restaurant is a sushi-sports bar

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DH Toronto Staff Jan 11, 2018 11:28 am 500

The rumours were all true. Drizzy’s new restaurant Pick6ix is actually a sushi-sports bar.

The restaurant, helmed by Montreal’s Antonio Park, will serve a menu incorporating Japanese, South American, and Korean influences, and featuring dishes including grilled octopus salad, ceviche, nigiri, sashimi, maki, and Wagyu tataki.

“While it’s technically not a sports bar,” reads a press release, “Pick 6IX knows the importance of a strong team…” And, the 178-seat restaurant, boasts “an upscale yet casual vibe that includes both a champagne wall and flat-screen TVs.”

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A-list clientele will be able to dine under the radar by entering through the private entrance that “ensures complete discretion as does the secluded VIP dining room adorned with Rémy Martin’s Louis XIII Cognac.”

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Drake and co-founder Nessell “Chubbs” Beezer, previewed the new restaurant at a pair of exclusive parties first a birthday party for NBA icon Dwyane Wade on January 9 attended by LeBron James “alongside a star-studded entourage,” followed by a first look at the soon-to-launch menu on January 10.

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An opening date for the public is still TBA.

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