Drake’s Pick 6ix Sports is about to open in place of his original Pick 6ix restaurant, and from the menu to the drinks to the vibe, it’s hard to decide who’s the real MVP.
Because everything is scoring high.
- Drake's Pick 6ix Sports to open its doors downtown March 22
- Drake's Pick 6ix restaurant closed indefinitely due to storm damage
- Drake just launched his new luxury champagne brand (PHOTOS)
No longer a sushi spot, the space is designed as a contemporary sports bar. Complete with a revamped menu geared towards game-time classics, it’ll be a place to grab fresh and modern pub fare with a twist.
When you enter you’re met with a mix of table seating, warm booths and playful pool tables. With the addition of plenty of greenery, it’s an immediate escape from the busy intersection of Yonge and Front Streets.
Menu items range from burgers to pizzas, and wings to beef brisket nachos, each with a signature spin and made with the freshest ingredients.
Specialty menus, that’ll be available seven days a week, will feature 2 pm to 6 pm Happy Hour, and 9 pm – 1 am half-priced bottles of wine.
There will also be a $6 burger menu that features the Pick 6ix Burger: 7oz chuck prime rib, pickles, tomatoes, lettuce and special sauce on a brioche bun. Served with crispy fries dusted with sea salt and parsley – is it lunch time yet?
The food at this new spot will be complemented by cocktails, martinis, wines and local and internationally sourced pilsners, lagers, sours, IPAs and more.
The space is intended to make sports enthusiasts, families and working professionals alike comfortable. As such, the restaurant offers large booth seating and massive tables surrounded by flat screen TVs, ready to screen the latest sporting events.
But let’s be real, you’ll mostly want to be on the patio.
Besides the outdoor space, there are also plenty of pool tables, a VIP dining room which can be booked for private events.
Something to look forward to because, as you may have heard, spring is coming.
Whether you’re looking for a space to unwind after work (work work work work) or you’re seeking a weekend hangout, trust that this spot is a top pick.
Address: 33 Yonge Street
When: Opening Friday, March 22