For a New Year's Eve bash lakeside, Drake Devonshire is keeping it classy in Prince Edward County with an Inn-wide bash, featuring a strolling feast with decadent food stations and live music for those of us who want to dance away the rest of 2015.
Oh, sweet two thousand sixteen. All That Glitters is Drake and we’ve got just the ticket to get that twinkle in your eye for a New Year's Eve to remember in Toronto's west end. Delicious bites, chilled champagne + hot tunes are on the menu for an indulgent, high-energy celebration. Channel your inner Bowie ‘cause we’ll be dining and dancing until next year. Do it up right for the last hurrah of 2015. With one of the best live music rosters in town, we’ve got a line up that’ll keep you rockin’ all night long.
Gracie Goad, our Food & Beverage + Training Manager at Drake Hotel, is quite the busy bee. When she's not at the Hotel organizing workshops + tutorials in things like product knowledge or personal finance for servers, she's one of twenty seven up-and-coming leaders selected by CivicAction to participate in the DiverseCity "Civic MBA".
Recently we’ve discovered that we have more than just a few members of the Drake Fam that have talents + hobbies that extend far beyond their roles at the Drake. When not hanging out with their respective Drake family members, they are busy making anything from jewellery to encaustics, to installation pieces + more.
Introducing: HUMANS OF THE DRAKE. Every week, we will profile a member of our team, their favourite holiday traditions and most coveted wish list items.
Born + raised in Halifax, and a Betty + Veronica comic book advocate - Sarah moved to Toronto for the last couple years of high school. She went to school in Montreal and New York before shuttling off to China to design for Ports 1961. Sarah then moved back to Toronto to start her freelance career and has been a part of the DGS team since August 2014.