I’ve been walking by the old location of Classy Nails wondering why they couldn’t stay classy (oh Ron Burgundy!) and what the little teeny sign above the liquor license application meant, “sauce” it said.
Now it is a a HUGE sign. Which seems like good progress. Something to be excited about. I found the LinkedIn page for “MichelleB” who is supposedly opening the lounge and here is what it described our new east end bar as:
An East-End Toronto Lounge with a Victorian-Goth Bordello-Chic Design.
– fresh hand made pasta with your choice of Sauce
– a vast selection of Craft Beer on Tap and in Bottle
– an array of 1920’s inspired cocktail offerings
– Top shelf Tequilas, Bourbons, Scotches & Vodkas
– music, music, music… you never know who you’ll hear
Conveniently located steps from Greenwood Station.
(which it is, it’s between Greenwood and Monarch Park, just east from Bomb Wellness and west of Gerry’s grocery). For those not in the hood, it is between Greenwood and Coxwell subway.
This comment on Chowhound cracked me up:
“Ha, I think there’s a few places on the Danforth doing the Victorian-Goth-Bordello thing without knowing it! “
Still–craft beer, top-shelf tequila? 1920’s cocktails? Bring on bordello-chic. Opening in August. www.sauceonthedanforth.com
Here are the latest photos! http://www.sauceondanforth.com/pictures.htm
3 responses to “Sauce on the Danforth: Craft Beer, 1920’s Cocktails and Music”
their website is http://www.sauceondanforth.com
Oh hi–I tried it yesterday but did not arrive there–got there this time. Will add into post!