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Drake's Newest Toronto Restaurant Is Apparently Getting Horrible Reviews

Not what we were expecting.

Drake is a Toronto music icon, honestly is there really anyone who is from the city that is more famous right now? But he's also doing so much more than just music right now.  

The rapper also has his own clothing line called October’s Very Own and recently opened a restaurant called Pick 6IX on Yonge Street in Toronto.

It may surprise you to learn that the restaurant is not doing very well though it seems. A whole bunch of reviews have come out about it since it opened and they are NOT GOOD AT ALL.  

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The restaurant apparently tries to blend the vibe of a night club with that of family friendly dining. That alone already sounds like a recipe for disaster, who wants club music playing when all you’re trying to do is eat?

According to diners, the restaurant even has a VVIP section. Yes that’s not a typo, those two VV’s are meant to be there.  

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A big complaint is that it's also VERY expensive too. With typically free condiments like ketchup costing $2 apparently!  

Yes, that thing that comes free at every other restaurant you’ve ever been to, will actually cost you a toonie here it seems.  

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One notable remark is that the bathroom is apparently really hard to find. As one reviewer from the Toronto Star put it the restaurant “started at the bottom and stays there.” Ouch. 

It only has a 2.5 star rating on Yelp, and as you can see below some people are not happy with the amount of food they receive considering what they paid for. 

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This person says they almost felt they were being pushed out of the restaurant when they wanted more food. 

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So if you’re a Drake fan that’s fine but unless you have tons of money to spend this might not be the best place for you to get a bite to eat. To check out a well rounded set of reviews, click here

Sources: Consequence of Sound, The Toronto Star

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