By Anne Dimon
Buffalo milk mozzarella and heirloom tomato salad.
As Modus – the ‘fresh-driven’, Italian-accented restaurant in downtown Toronto’s financial district – looks to celebrate its first anniversary in September, owner Sam Genkov tells us “the place was built with planners in mind.”
The contemporary space can be configured easily, he says, to accommodate private parties of up to 400 for stand-up events with food stations.
For smaller groups, there are two soundproofed private dining rooms – with full AV – that, combined, seat 70. A chef’s table in the theatre-style kitchen seats eight.
Specialties are fresh fish of the day, house-made pasta and braised meats.
Three- and four-course fixed-priced menus range between $59 and $79 and, says executive chef Bruce Woods, “of course, we can customize and work around dietary restrictions such as gluten-free.”
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