Toronto steakhouse named best designed restaurant in the Americas

Sep 8 2020, 8:00 pm

Toronto’s BlueBlood Steakhouse has won an award for the “best designed restaurant in the Americas and Caribbean” this year.

According to a release by the Liberty Entertainment Group, Toronto designer Nadia Di Donato, the vice president and creative director at Liberty Entertainment Group has been recognized by the UK’s Design et al, as the winner of an International Hotel & Property Award 2020 for BlueBlood.

“We are ecstatic to be recognized by the elite of the design world with such an esteemed award, particularly against such high-profile international competitors,” said Nadia Di Donato.


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BlueBlood Steakhouse came out at top against eight fierce competitors, however, they were one of the only two Canadian restaurants honoured. The other being Toronto’s Don Alfonso 1890.

“And while BlueBlood is a jewel in our crown, it’s also a personal victory to have been shortlisted for Don Alfonso 1890, which we are about to re-open as a limited run pop-up in the same historic home as BlueBlood,” said Di Donato.

After the full-fledged restaurant closed its doors this summer, Don Alfonso 1890 will be opening up as a pop-up starting September 16 at 5 pm. Dinner service will begin at Casa Loma for guests, featuring well-known dishes and contemporary vegetarian tasting menus.

The pop-up will be available for a limited time only.

“This is a true Canadian design success story, and one I’m deeply proud of.”

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