Hungry for a new adventure? The Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit has partnered with Off The Eaten Path snacks to take our patrons on a culinary exploration.


Off The Eaten Path snacks deliver on what you want more of – bold in flavour and colour, their tasty crisps are made with real ingredients, plus, they are Non-GMO Project Verified & contain No Artificial Colours of Flavours. 


Are you curious yet? Off The Eaten Path snacks will be available for sampling at the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit every weekend until October 17 – don’t miss out!


Restaurant Partners


Save 15% off your next purchase* when attending the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit. Valid for same day only. 15% discount only valid at Freshi, 1 Yonge Street. Walk in customers only!


Byblos brings the exciting flavours of the eastern Mediterranean to diners at two progressively designed Uptown and Downtown locations. The menu is a true coastal and cultural mosaic, served family-style in a convivial atmosphere.


Patria is an authentic Spanish tapas bar reimagined, spanning two stunning floors with an expansive patio on King Street West. The extensive menu, carefully crafted by Executive Chef Ben Heaton, features authentic Spanish dishes such as delicately prepared crispy jamon croquettes and traditional paellas.


FIGO offers Italian-inspired cuisine in a stylishly elegant setting. Using the freshest and finest ingredients, FIGO offers a distinctive take on Italian cuisine using contemporary techniques.


Creatively cool, sophisticated yet casual, Weslodge is the ultimate modern-day saloon. The menu explores contemporary Northern American fare alongside expertly mixed libations.

The Fortunate Fox

This hip gastropub located in Kimpton’s first hotel in Canada offers a familiar yet refreshing experience, putting you at ease while piquing your curiosity to stay and explore.  The elevated pub menu is complemented by a large selection of local craft beers and hand-crafted cocktails.


King Street West’s neo-bistro celebrates regional French flavours and endless curiosity. The regularly changing menu brims with local seasonal ingredients amid a colorful selection of boundary-pushing wines and house cocktails.

Miller Tavern

Toronto institution The Miller Tavern welcomes guests with its warm hospitality and American tavern fare at its Downtown – a stone’s throw from the exhibit – and Uptown locations. Market fresh dishes from the land and the sea are complemented by an extensive collection of spirits, a robust wine list as well as expertly mixed classic cocktails.

The Wheatsheaf Tavern

Toronto’s oldest bar is the ultimate destination for classic tavern fare, live music, sports and whisky. Gracing the southwest corner of King and Bathurst as it has since 1849, the beloved neighbourhood classic is back with specials every day of the week – half-price wings on Tuesday or wild card Wednesdays, anyone? 

The Fox on Bay

Located around the corner from the exhibit, The Fox is an urban take on the traditional pub. Enjoy hand-crafted cocktails, quality craft beer, classic pub favourites and the big game always streaming on one of the large flat screen TVs.

Gogh Beyond

Dallas News – Van Gogh paintings to engulf viewers in projection exhibition

As if simply stepping out of the house wasn’t dramatic enough, producers of a new exhibition want you to walk right into the colorfully swirling brushstrokes of Vincent Van Gogh’s The Starry Night. Immersive Van Gogh promises to surround its socially distanced audiences with 300,000 cubic feet of floor-to-ceiling video projections re-creating the master impressionist’s

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Abc – This exhibit was seen in Paris with over 2 million visitors

There is another show happening at the same time that is being put on by a different company. It’s called Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit. This exhibit was seen in Paris with over 2 million visitors. “Wander through entrancing, moving images that highlight brushstrokes, detail, and color – truly illuminating the mind of the genius,” the

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