- Food + Drink
- Art Shows
Reflecting the experience of the traveler through three major design themes: containers, concierge and big sky, you’ll wish you had a one way ticket.
Weekend brunch, held in the Gladstone Cafe, is served from 8am-4pm on Saturdays and Sundays with one of the best brunch menus I’ve seen yet. Their menu, in my opinion, is so fresh and creative. To me, it breathes new life into brunch as a meal.
I have never had banana bread so moist in my life. The insides were soft and so flavourful while the outsides had that beautiful French toast crust to it that prevented the butterscotch, light at air pecan cream, and fruit from sogging the banana bread up.
Thanks for the kind words Deb! We are more than happy to brag about this and our brunch.
Sonia Tyagi‘s Building Ties is currently on loan from the artist. The piece consists of thousands of bow ties fashioned from fabric samples that Sonia collected on her various travels. The piece was originally produced for Come Up To My Room 2012. Sonia is a graduate of the Fashion Communication program at Ryerson University, she is currently employed at Holt Renfrew.
Bruno Billio is not only our point Gladstone historian, he’s also a Canadian installation/sculptor/designer artist and the Resident Artist at the Hotel. Bruno is also the designer of the Billio, Room 314 and co-designer of Gladstone Classic, Room 414 as well as many other artful treasures around the hotel.
With almost 10 years of Gladstone residency behind him (that’s right he was living here before and during the big renovations), Bruno has lots of wild insights to share about the hotel and its surroundings.
Meet Bruno at the front desk of the Hotel at 1pm sharp this Saturday July 28. Admission is $15 and includes the tour and a mimosa! Buy Tickets online for July 28 here.
Tania Ursomarzo is a Toronto-based interdisciplinary artist and architect who engages in solo and collaborative art and design projects. She is also half of the artist team behind the Offset Room, 411 at the Gladstone.
Immersed somewhere between art and architecture, her artistic practice focuses on architectural intervention and traverses diverse media including installation, photography, video, performance, textiles, printing, and sculpture.
Tania’s work has been exhibited locally and internationally, won awards, and featured in various art and design magazines. In 2008, her video piece entitled, BEIJING 2007, was selected to represent Canada in the World One Minutes expo featured as part of the cultural program for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.