Cactus Club Café set to open first eastern flagship location in Toronto

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      Adding to its collection of restaurants, Cactus Club Café is getting ready to open its doors in Toronto by the end of October.

      The eastern flagship location will open at First Canadian Place and represents the 28th restaurant in 27 years of business.

      Executive Chef Rob Feenie and his kitchen team will introduce eight new globally-inspired dishes, including lingcod cocotte, duck confit, lamb medina, and more.

      There are three distinct dining space concepts: the Rob Feenie Dining Room and Lounge, Kate’s Bar, and The Deck (a rooftop patio with a fully retractable roof).

      The restaurant occupies over 15,200 square feet of space, and offers 500 seats throughout its three floors. Its interior design concept centralizes on art—featuring works from Andy Warhol, Brent Comber, and more. 

      The first Cactus Club Café opened up in North Vancouver in 1988.