If one thing’s for certain, it’s always good to get out of your comfort zone every now and then — especially when it comes to how you dine.
And starting this December a new dining experience is opening up in Toronto that’s unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before.
Grand Bizarre is Toronto’s newest supper club that promises to offer hungry patrons a one-of-a-kind dining experience that “encourages guests to get up, explore and engage in their surroundings.”
Created by the talented Food Dudes and 10tation Event Catering, Grand Bizarre will open its doors every Saturday evening and impress diners with incredible entertainment, innovative cocktails, and “outrageously bizarre foods.”
Each week, guests will be treated to new creations from world-class chefs, which includes a liquid nitrogen sundae bar and fried chicken bao.
Reservations can be made for groups of eight guests or more. Groups of seven or less can walk-in based on availability.
Once you’ve arrived guests will buy “bizarre chips,” which is the supper club’s food currency to purchase items from the “food bars” from the world-class chefs.
Dinner seatings will begin at 6:30 pm, followed by 9:30 pm and midnight. The “bar bizarre,” which is a standing cocktail bar, will also open at 6:30 pm for walk-ins or it can be booked for private parties by request.
Additionally, guests can dine “behind the curtain” and book the private dining spaces for corporate events, birthday parties and special celebrations.
The Grand Bizarre is scheduled to open this December, at 15 Saskatchewan Road (formerly Muzic Nightclub) in Exhibition Place.
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