After more than 14 years serving members in Toronto’s downtown core, The Spoke Club will close — albeit temporarily — on January 1 for a full venue renovation.
Driven by Fernando Mammoliti, and Charles Khabouth and Danny Soberano of INK Entertainment, the new iteration of the 600 King West hub aims to revolve around luxurious service, delicious dining, sophisticated design and innovation.
“We partnered with INK Entertainment earlier this year to revitalize the distinguished Club with new art, entertainment, and culinary offerings,” says Mammoliti, owner of The Spoke Club, in a release.
“While maintaining the private member legacy, we will continue this mandate by bringing something entirely new and progressive to North America’s private member club scene.”
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Toronto-based firm Giannone Petricone Associates Inc. Architects have designed the changes for the space, while the renovations will span across all the venue’s floors and introduce a to-be-announced dining concept by INK Entertainment.
“Elevated and sophisticated design with incomparable experiences are crucial to the new club,” says Khabouth, CEO of INK Entertainment. “The membership offering will evolve too. Our focus is not solely on what you do or what industry you are part of, but who you are and what you yearn for.”
Once the club reopens, which is expected to happen in late spring, a “new and robust” membership will be available to new and existing members.
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To celebrate a final hurrah of the spot’s current form, The Spoke Club will be hosting a New Year’s Eve bash open to both members, and the public.
The Spoke Club
Address: 600 King Street West