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Air Canada Club Kicks it Up a Notch

by Staff Writer / Toronto Maple Leafs

by Matthew Iaboni



September 21, 2006

(TORONTO) -- The 2006-07 season didn't bring change to just the Maple Leafs as off the ice, the Air Canada Club Restaurant has been newly renovated after undergoing a nearly two million dollar facelift.

Plenty of dining space at Air Canada Club

The new renovations allow for better ambiance as well as improved service and quality for the fan experience with better sightlines to the playing surface and even more 19' Sony flatscreen TV's.

The biggest changes can be found in the dining room. It is a great way to get you set for the game whether it's for a small group, large group or a private party, the Air Canada Club is the place to entertain clients and friends before and during the game.

The new private Sterling Room includes seating for up to 14 people, with its own Sony flatcreen 48" TV and personal attendant. The dining room offers great views of the ice and hardwood, with a combination of traditional seating, high-top tables and large, comfortable booths.  The décor features classic wood grain, leather and slate with many photos of current Maple Leafs and Raptors players and former sports and music legends. 

The Air Canada Club's menu is chock full of fresh, market-style cuisine with chef Brad Long - who you may know from the Food Network's "Restaurant Makeover" - bringing both modern and classic styles of dining enjoyment to the fans.  Some of the new menu choices include stout braised beef short ribs and pan seared pork tenderloin along with daily features.

Renovations weren't just to the dining area as the bar underwent a significant upgrade. It has a much sleeker look with a 75-foot translucent Onyx bar and seven more Sony flatscreens. The bar is a perfect way to entertain friends and colleagues as you enjoy a variety of beers such as Molson's classics; Canadian, Coors Light and Rickard's Red as well as the newest fan favourite, Creemore Springs. 

If you prefer wine, then you can chose from the over 1,300 bottles the Air Canada Club serves. The bar livens up nightly after the game with music and beverages from Smirnoff, Gibson's, Seagram's and Captain Morgan. 

With all the new changes, the Air Canada Club is a great way for fans to enjoy the game while also being able to enjoy some fine dining.

When you're at Air Canada Centre next time, take a look at the Air Canada Club, located on Level 2 just inside Gate 2.

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