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Say goodbye to summer with Drake Devonshire and friends

Posted by Stephan Petar, 3 days, 10 hours ago

Celebrate the end of summer with Drake Devonshire and its neighbours.

Labour Day BBQ
Food + Drink

Chef Ted Corrado's First Drake Menu

Posted by Drake, 3 years, 2 months ago

After months of planning, taste testing and innovative experimentation, our Corporate Executive Chef Ted Corrado has completely revamped the culinary program at Drake. Our new dinner menu is playful, interactive and diverse... not to mention drool-worthy. The new sharing plates style shifts the focus from robust single mains to a more communal dining experience, allowing each of our guests to try many dishes. Chef Corrado has elevated our comfort food classics and incorporated contemporary flavours that will entice and excite even the most jaded foodie. Hungry yet?

The Drake Hotel New Summer Menu 2013
Food + Drink

Teddy Talks, Episode #1

Posted by Drake, 3 years, 4 months ago

We chat with our Corporate Executive Chef, Ted Corrado, about everything in the kitchen and beyond.

Ted Corrado
Food + Drink

Cinco De Mayo: Drake's day of ¡Olé!

Posted by Drake, 3 years, 4 months ago

On Sunday May 5 at 12PM, join us for a building-wide fiesta complete with $5 tacos, tequila cocktails + a Sky Yard party featuring the sounds of DJ Soul Proprietor. Drake's day of ¡Olé! will feature a special Cinco de Mayo menu along with our classic brunch offerings and a rooftop patio party where you can dance all day.

Cinco De Mayo
Food + Drink

Mother's Day Brunch at Drake

Posted by Drake, 3 years, 4 months ago

We're giving you more than one way to celebrate your special lady this Mother's Day! Whether you choose our three-course prix fixe menu or family style soul food feast in the Underground, you'll surely make Mom's belly and heart smile. You can thank us for your “kid of the year award” later.

Mother's Day Drake
Food + Drink

Hong Yi's Amazing Food Art

Posted by Drake, 3 years, 4 months ago

We've always been told not to play with our food. We're really glad that Malaysian artist and architect, Hong Yi, never received that memo! Her food-based works have been growing in popularity and making her fans astonished and definitely hungry. Which kind of food would you want to be made from?

Hong Yi