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Dining to Break Barriers

The next Dining to Break Barriers event for Young Ones is on Sunday February 12th. This is the perfect Valentines Day or anti-Valentine’s Day outing, especially to honour your bae, your mom or pops, a friend, a foodie or the cocktail connoisseur in your life. Best part? A very generous percentage of all food revenue will benefit Young Ones to directly offer free and speedy treatment services to youth age 13-24 suffering from mental health and addictions challenges, including sessions with therapists and mentorship. You just come out to this cool, unpretentious resto, order dinner and you’re automatically supporting GTA youth and filling the gap in mental health services. The organization greatly needs your support to continue offering cost-free and wait list-free treatment for all of 2017.

Your evening will be meticulously crafted by Chef Danny Hassell (formerly of Buca) and the phenomenal staff at Parcae (best people ever, seriously). You are guaranteed an Instagram-worthy evening and swooning affection from your date.

Parcae offers a menu of innovative, European-inspired fare served in a sleek contemporary setting. This is also the chic restaurant which hosted the 2016 Los Angeles Times Headquarters during TIFF. Maybe you’ll sit where Jennifer Garner parked it? Or where Ryan Gosling posed for a pic? Check out their Instagram account for proof.

Reservations are strongly recommended at parcae.com or by calling (416) 398 - 5335. A 7 course prix fixe sharing menu (for two) will be available for $95. The standard menu is available as well.

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Dining to Break Barriers

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