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What’s on the menu at Casa Madera, the swanky new Mexican-Mediterranean restaurant inside 1 Hotel Toronto
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The new restaurant from Noble 33 hospitality (Toca Madera, Sparrow Italia) has already drawn celebrity guests, including Anderson .Paak and Ty Dolla $ign.
The lakeside metropolis’ green cred gets an eco-luxe boost with this first Canadian outpost of the 1 Hotels brand.
If the Casa Madera team told me that its secret ingredient is a splash of sorcery, I'd believe it without batting an eye.
The menu mixes Mexican and Mediterranean flavours—think a very Franco take on a carnitas taco that swaps out pineapple and pork for duck confit and orange
Complex Canada talked with Tosh Berman about his first Canadian restaurant Casa Madera, opening a spot during COVID, and catering to customer needs.
Casa Madera is a new upscale Mexican-style restaurant located in the Mondrian West Hollywood Hotel. It offers captivating city views and is inspired by Tulum with rattan furnishings and light wood flooring. The menu features a mix of indulgent grilled meat and rich sauces, as well as lighter mariscos and raw bar options. It opens just in time for Valentine's Day, making it the perfect place to bring a date.
The Sunset Strip’s Casa Madera is a breezy rooftop destination where the party is just as important as what’s on the plate. This latest project from the team behind Tocaya Organica and Toca Madera lands atop the Mondrian Hotel as a see-and-be-seen hangout for the Hollywood Hills set. Expect lots of leafy alcoves, rattan touches, and big views of the LA basin beyond, matched only by the colorful cocktails, opulent steaks, and contemporary takes on Mexican dishes like duck carnitas and chicken al pastor tacos. For an ultra-cool night out amongst some of LA’s wealthiest and prettiest people, this is the spot
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