Toronto’s first-ever barbecue-centric supper club will be launching soon at Queen and Parliament. Que Supper Club will serve what owner Suman Tandon and manager Tristan Yasi describe as “barbecue from around the world.” Think Portuguese-style barbecued chicken, tacos, kebabs and their signature dish, “redneck sushi,” which consists of jambalaya-style rice wrapped around a piece of barbecue, all enclosed by a strip of bacon. When it opens in late March or April, expect Que’s calendar to be full: the restaurant will turn into a club every Friday and Saturday night, throw a brunch party two Sundays of every month (with cheap champagne bottle service) and even host a local music competition. Que’s upper level will be reserved for private parties, wine tastings, a monthly scotch club and gallery openings—so Regent Parkers, should they so desire, will be able to check out some art, down a kebab and dance into the wee hours, all without stepping outside.
Que Supper Club, 364 Queen St. E., quesupperclub.com