A NIGHT AT THE COURT
6:00pm - 10:00pm, Thursday, February 2, 2017
$100 plus tax and gratuity
Chef Michael Robertson invites you to Arcadian Court for an elegant night to remember, in celebration of the history of Canadian dining. The evening will begin with a reception in Arcadian's Gallery. Sip on classic cocktails and be transported back to the 1929, the historic year Arcadian opened to the public. Next, move down to the beautifully restored ballroom for a four-course dinner with pairings, featuring classic dishes from the glamorous eras of Arcadian's history, including Arcadian's iconic chicken pot pie, all while enjoying live music from days gone by.
About Arcadian Court
Arcadian Court opened in 1929 as part of Simpson's, and was the largest department store restaurant in Canada. Despite the tumultuous year in which it opened, the Court was immediately met with success. Offering quality food for an affordable price in an elegant surrounding, the Court became a Toronto institution, and for many, a family tradition. Throughout its storied history the venue has hosted many important firsts, including Toronto's first auto show, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra's first radio broadcast, and Sotheby's first auction outside of Britain.
These events are presented by Oliver & Bonacini Events and Catering and the City of Toronto, Winterlicious 2017.