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Hotel X’s new restaurant is multi-level with sweeping views of the city allowing visitors to enjoy Toronto’s skyline from a massive rooftop patio. Valerie is the hotel's latest nightlife concept and it's now officially welcoming guests. Spanning the 27th and 28th floor, the venue is inspired by the Roaring Twenties and offers endless space to enjoy a vibrant menu.


One of the most notable features of the restaurant is the sky-high patio taking up the entire rooftop of Hotel X.

"Valerie was created with one goal in mind - to surprise our guests with a truly unexpected and unforgettable experience," Brandon Marek, Managing Partner of Harlo Entertainment said in a press release. "They will join us for cocktails amidst an unparalleled view, then find themselves enticed by our menu, hypnotized by the atmosphere and energized by the entertainment."

The menu was created by Executive Chef Adrian Niman, Head Chef Andrew Ttooulias, and Project Chef Cory Kurtzman, and you can expect Japanese inspired dishes like new-style sashimi from the 28th-floor sushi bar.

Valerie offers a range of boozy drinks to enjoy alongside the towering views, from "force carbonated libations" to "barrel-aged creations."

The venue also has live entertainers such as musicians, performers, and DJs for a sizzling ambiance. This opening comes on the heels of another recent restaurant launch at the hotel. Roses Cocina is a new spot for North American cuisine, and it features elevated comfort food with lake views.



111 Princes' Blvd, ROOFTOP

Toronto, ON M6K 3C3


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