Cham­pagne with a pop of mys­tery

Annex Post - - FOOD -

A mag­i­cal cham­pagne bar that will sur­prise and de­light has ma­te­ri­al­ized on King Street West. A daz­zling dis­play of sparkling bub­bly, oys­ters and caviar await at the aptly named Cof­fee, Oys­ters and Cham­pagne (COC). Yet still, there’s more than meets the eye. The charm­ing lit­tle resto, all clad in pink and gold, is shrouded in mys­tery and in­trigue with se­cret rev­e­la­tions in store for a select few who walk through its doors. Spoiler alert: a hid­den en­trance by way of the cham­pagne room re­veals the as­ton­ish­ing À Toi, a swanky, dimly lit cock­tail lounge and restau­rant with a 1920s vibe and a cer­tain je ne sais quoi. So if you’re plan­ning a visit to COC, don’t for­get to ask to see the cham­pagne room — you won’t be sorry. Af­ter all, fizz the sea­son (214 King St. W., sip­shuck­

ROWS OF ROSÉ The boîte’s charm­ing cham­pagne room is the real pièce de ré­sis­tance.

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