TORONTO — Reds Bistro & Wine Bar is celebrating 10 years in Toronto with a handful of promotions for its diners.
To start, the owners of the restaurant, which offers seasonal cuisine and an extensive wine list, have instituted ‘No Corkage Mondays’. Now, at the top of the week, guests can bring their own bottle of wine to accompany their food without having to pay the typical $35 corkage service charge.Keeping in theme, on Thursdays, diners can enjoy a glass of Veuve Clicquot bubbly for $15, the price charged when the resto opened in 2000. And, in tribute to the millennial year, during September, and while supply lasts, Reds is offering a Big 10 evolving wine list filled with stand-out wines from its opening year. To top it off, vino that normally costs more than $20 by the glass, will be half-price on Fridays, until Oct. 1.
On the food front, executive chef Michael Steh has been busy cooking up new dishes, including his tasting of rabbit ($35), beef tartar, made with minced Ontario beef tenderloin ($18) and roasted rack of Ontario lamb ($40).