After a six-month closure, the King Eddy is pleased to announce that it will reopen on Thursday, July 1 in time for Canada Day celebrations.
The main floor bar and restaurant will open, along with the previously announced rooftop patio. Guests will be welcomed back to safe, physically distanced live performances from the Eddy’s main stage and rooftop. The Canada Day lineup presented by the National Music Centre is below and all upcoming concerts after July 1 will be regularly updated at kingeddy.ca/whats-on.
Canada Day at the King Eddy performer schedule:
Canada Day at the King Eddy Rooftop performer schedule:
Patrons will also be treated to an updated menu that features comfort-food classics, sharable bites, vegetarian options, and a selection of local brews and custom cocktails. Planning to visit Studio Bell for its reopening weekend? Cap off your visit with a stop at the Eddy. Show your ticket stub to receive 10% off your bill.
The King Eddy will continue adhering to enhanced public safety measures to keep everyone safe, phasing out protocols gradually. Below are some of the guidelines that will be in effect upon opening:
“There is truly nothing like the communal energy of connecting through food and music. That’s what the King Eddy is all about,” said Gabrielle Vanderwerff, Restaurant Manager of the King Eddy. “For the past six months, we’ve been eagerly awaiting our reopening and live music’s comeback. That time is finally here, so come celebrate with us!”
The King Eddy will be open on Canada Day from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm with no cover. Seating will be first come, first served. It will then return to its regular hours of Friday to Saturday, 11:00 am to 11:00 pm and Sunday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. You can reserve a table after July 1 at kingeddy.ca/reservations. The Eddy will also offer takeout and delivery services from Friday to Sunday at kingeddy.ca/menu.