- Food + Drink
Why not treat yourself to mushroom quiche?
With Gruyere + Fontina cheese, roasted wild mushrooms, fork-tender crust and a mizuna salad (12$), this fluffy cheesy breakfast quiche is a perfect day-starter.
There’s nothing worse than a cheese-less quiche, so we put Gruyere and Fontina together to balance out in sharp and creamy harmony. Combined with earthy, roasted wild mushrooms, this quiche is brimming with breakfast nostalgia that is sure to leave you warm and quichey.
Mark Kasumovic is a Toronto/Halifax based photographic and video artist. His work revolves around the inherent truth-value of the photograph and the many limitations within the medium. His latest body of work, Picture/Perfect, uses tourism as a backdrop to explore the phenomenon of digital images as data in the information age. He is a recent graduate of the NSCAD University Masters of Fine Arts program, while his work has recently been acquired by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, The Beaverbrook Provincial Art Gallery and the Art Gallery of Peel.
His video installation PEGGY’S COVE is now playing on the screen in the Melody Bar.
In line with our core values: to support and foster a healthy, sustainable and local micro-economy and to push the boundaries of culture, commerce and community, the Gladstone donates thousands of dollars worth of space to local community groups, charities, artist collectives, cultural groups each year.
Currently, we are contributing different venue spaces across the entire hotel to the ground-breaking event, A Synonym for Love, a site-specific opera that travels (with the audience) throughout the Gladstone.
Presented by Volcano Theatre–an international, award-winning theatre company based in Toronto–we are excited to be able to Give Back and support our local theatre arts community.
Currently rehearsing throughout the hallways, corridors and public spaces of the hotel, A Synonym for Love performances will run August 19-31.
A 1986 Ryerson graduate, Arcand has also achieved both LEED® and BCIN accreditations and his firm is a member of the Canada Green Building Council.
When Michel was featured in the 2007 Globe and Mail ‘Make Space for Good Design’ campaign, he was quoted as saying
I see good design as a beautiful combination of order and organization
A belief that has underpinned Arcands years of successful practice and great design.