Pink Sky is Toronto’s new seafood restaurant and takes over former Weslodge spot
There will be a brand new seafood restaurant in Toronto, and it will be moving to the heart of King Street West this month.
Pink Sky is the last restaurant of Hanif Harji and Charles Khabouth (the two titans of hospitality behind restaurants like Byblos, Patria and the new Toronto Beach Club), and it will officially open on August 31 at 480 King St. W ., where the iconic Weslodge Saloon was located.
According to the duo’s recent press release, this will be a mecca for seafood lovers with a raw bar featuring selections of oysters, ceviche, crudo and tartare from the east and west coasts – and there will also be a great nightlife.
This new seafood spot will completely transform the Weslodge Saloon, and according to the press release, the new restaurant interior will transport you to the “harbor warehouses on the shores of the east coast.”
Future Pink Sky diners can expect the new space to be filled with warm dark woods, plastered walls, comfy banquettes in burnt gold tones, and rich teal accents. Weslodge will be relocating elsewhere, but the location has yet to be revealed.
“We want to provide a totally unique seafood experience at Pink Sky,” Harji said in the statement. “We’ve built this menu around freshness – and offering the freshest fish, seafood and produce along with unique flavors, textures and preparations that will underline a great experience – whether you’re coming for lunch or planning. a good evening with friends. “
The restaurant is currently accepting dinner reservations (4 p.m. to late), but plans to roll out lunch service later this fall.
The place offers a Daily Catch menu of freshly caught seafood prepared on a charcoal grill and a wide variety of starters and entrees, from grilled clams to classic fish and chips. They’ll also have a cocktail menu to quench your thirst, with offerings of “accessible classics with playful twists and turns. [seasonally] inspired flavors. “
Pink Sky is scheduled to open on August 31 and is already taking reservations by phone or on its website.
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