Ame Steps It Up


TORONTO — The owners of the Japanese supper club, Ame, are upping the ante at the Toronto hotspot, building on its cultural theme with more drink, food and entertainment options.

“After a phenomenal first year, and as Ame enters its next chapter, we have added some exciting innovative elements to the design, menu, entertainment and overall vibe,” says Charles Khabouth, co-owner of Ame and CEO of Ink Entertainment. “We are taking the Ame experience to the next level as Toronto’s ultimate Japanese supper club, and I promise it will continue to be a must-go-to destination on the Toronto culinary and nightlife map.”

The new experience begins with a more open concept in the dining and lounge area so guests can enjoy after-dinner lounging and dancing with the new deejay line-up that has been added to complete the weekend ambiance, from Thursday to Saturday. Late-night revellers can also enjoy an extensive bottle service menu featuring premium liquors, champagnes, imported sakes and shochu. And, for those late-night munchies, executive chef Guy Rubino is offering up a medley of Tokyo delights until 11pm and a sushi bar until 2 a.m.

For the finishing touch, Ame staff now sport Asian-inspired uniforms designed by Canada’s Anne Hung.

Ame is located in Toronto’s entertainment district at 19 Mercer Street.


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