Wednesday, January 13, 2010 11:47 AM EDT
Late last year, foodnetwork.ca's Terry Wong and I were given the opportunity to check out one of Toronto's newest hot spots, The Roosevelt Room. Opened in October, this true supper club brings together the glitz of the Art Deco movement with some of today's most impressive technology. Designed by HGTV's The Designer Guys, the club features warm, metallic finishes, bold graphical elements and luxe-looking materials like white diamond Italian granite and sheer metallic curtains. In contrast to the vintage feel, dining tables around the perimeter of the restaurant are hydraulic-controlled and drop down after dinner to become bottle-service booths. And the lighting goes from romantic candlelight during dining hours to state-of-the-art LED kinetic lighting when it comes time to dance.
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2 Drummond Place
Check out Terry's review of the Roosevelt Room menu on foodnetwork.ca!