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Drake Commissary is a culinary workshop in the Junction Triangle producing breads from scratch, fresh-made pasta, house-cured charcuterie and slow-cooked meals to enjoy in-house or at home.
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Prepared meals to go from a Toronto staple. Located right beside Henderson Brewing and close to MOCA art gallery.
Drake Commissary is a culinary hub of innovation and experimentation in the Junction Triangle that goes beyond the made-from-scratch mentality. Everything served and sold is baked, churned, fermented, cultured and pickled to perfection in the gorgeous 8,000 square foot space.
Delicious meals, with made-from-scratch ingredients! This one is a bit more than a 10-minute walk away, but it is worth the journey. To get here, one can stroll along the West Toronto Railpath; or, there is free parking in their lot.
Great walk from the suite. Super cool open space ...great to lounge eat and meet friends. Delicious and cool vibe often there is a DJ. Space is like a giant cafeteria w/ a lounge space out front and a wonderful patio
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