If you’re looking for a new rooftop patio to check out this summer in Toronto, look no further.
A new pop-up is blessing Toronto with some stunning views, and a fusion menu for all palettes.
Sky Flower, a new limited time Toronto pop-up restaurant, opened on August 12 at 292 College Street, and will be running to Fall 2020.
The menu is designed by Master Chef, Eric Chong and is described as “bold Asian inspired flavours of Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai all in the form of approachable BBQ comfort foods.”
The new pop-up spot says that Sky Flower was designed to help immerse guests into a world of flavour and fun, while creating new memories with friends and family.
“On arrival, guests can expect a stunning floral mural, painted by notable Toronto street art Graffiti artist Gabriel Kizmet as they make their journey up the staircase to the main rooftop patio. Once at the top, a hidden oasis greets them with a vista of the CN Tower, alongside a memorable urban view of the city,” said the restaurant.
“With an exterior colour palette of bold pastels, tropical but classic floral images and prints, Sky Flower’s design concept was created so guests can dine around a large nine foot palm tree with excessive flowers and plants to create the feel of a true hidden oasis gem.”
Expect 10 tables and 69 seats, creating an intimate, cozy, but socially distanced patio.
The pop-up is open Monday to Friday, 5 pm to 2 am, and Saturday and Sunday, 11 am to 2 am.
Reservations are encouraged and now available online.
Address: 292 College Street