Internationally renowned designer Martin Brudnizki collaborated extensively with the Drake team on our Drake One Fifty design. Nestled in an early 1980s postmodern office building, you can see midcentury-inspired touches everywhere from the eclectic colours, leathers and finishes of the booths and chairs to the purgola designed by the Brothers Dressler, which hovers over the dining room. From the cork ceiling to a 60-foot marble bar, some neon garden gnomes on the patio and antiques from Brimfield market, you can spot the playful juxtaposition of high and low design elements throughout the restaurant.
This new concept of a combined restaurant, bar, retail and art space is a wink to the original Drake Hotel. In effect, a Drake without beds; and there are many details that were inspired by the flagship Drake Hotel. The stage will host live acts and DJs; we consider it the younger sibling to the Drake Underground! You can also get your photo snapped in another vintage photo booth here at Drake One Fifty, not to mention the micro Drake General Store. We hope you never have to wait for your table, but if you do, you can spend that time shopping our curated curiosities and sipping a classic Drake One Fifty libation.