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Toronto's Immersive New Bar Has 'Avatar' Vibes & Is Full Of Ever-Changing Art (PHOTOS)

A brand new place for food and drink is coming to Toronto, but it's not your usual dining spot.

Selva is a brand new, never-before-seen venue from The Fifth (the same people behind RendezViews). It's the world's first immersive art multi-sensory resto bar, and while opening dates have yet to be announced, here's a peek at what you can expect.

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Selva will whisk guests away from the city into a utopia of vibrant art. The interior is decorated by the same renowned artists that created RendezView's colourful outdoor mural.

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While many of the details are being kept top-secret, photos reveal a jungle-themed oasis with luminous walls and massive murals that cover the entire space. It's almost like stepping into Avatar's Pandora.

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The venue hinted that along with food and drinks, there will be some exciting daytime and nighttime experiences offered.

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The menu itself is being kept under wraps, so there's no news of what you can expect to enjoy just yet.

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More details about the space, food, and opening dates will be coming out soon, so keep an eye out for more information.

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Price: To be announced

When: To be announced

Address: To be announced

Why You Need To Go: Step into the world's first immersive art multi-sensory resto bar at this new venue opening soon.

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