Press Release

THE JOINT – INDULGE YOUR SENSES

JOIN US FOR OUR GRAND RE-OPENING

FRIDAY, MARCH 1 • DOORS 5:00PM •55 COLBORNE ST., TORONTO, M5E 1C6

Toronto, February 26, 2019 — Be our guest as The Joint throws open its doors to welcome you into their world of live music and tasty culinary delights. Immerse yourself in Toronto’s past, present and future. Toronto’s newest home of live music is located in the historic St. Lawrence district. This iconic site, built in 1886, offers 19th century architecture with a 21st century experience.

Four different Toronto artists will be the evening’s feature entertainment. Shhhhh….it’s  a surprise! Enjoy a complimentary drink on us and sample the cuisine while mingling with your contemporaries.

Situated downstairs from Hogtown Smoke, allow the classic brass and cast iron railing be your guide to The Joint and step back in time. The original exposed brick foundation runs the full length of the venue. A sexy facelift with new décor and lighting create an intimate, speakeasy-type atmosphere. The contemporary sound system brings music to your ears. A special, dedicated menu designed to satisfy any palate and live music six-nights-a week — all complemented by one of largest selection of bourbons in Toronto –The Joint becomes the ultimate destination. Discover a way to unlock the night and indulge your senses!

New owner Glen Tymchuk has taken on the reigns, breathing new life and excitement into The Joint. A background in design and advertising combined with his experience Bartending & running Hogtown Smoke has provided Glen with an acute sense of detail, making him the ideal host for a fabulous evening out, or to create a special event. Along with a simple, specially curated menu, patrons can relax with a cocktail, luxuriate in comfortable seating and listen to great music amid striking surroundings.

The St. Lawrence district is one of Toronto’s oldest neighborhoods. The Milburn building (47-55 Colborne St.) was designed and built in 1886 by architect Edward James Lennox whose two most famous creations are Casa Loma and Toronto’s old city hall. Now designated as a heritage site and housing both Hogtown Smoke and The Joint, patrons can recline in a piece of Toronto’s past while savoring the present.

We look forward to seeing you!

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Located just south of King St., The Joint is easily accessible by TTC. Parking is also available in two local parking garages nearby.

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