Gordon Ramsay Just Opened a Hidden Pop-up Restaurant in Toronto

Toronto literally can’t get enough, which is why is not really a surprise that major chefs are opening up pop-up restaurants all over the city. 

If you’re a regular reader of StyleDemocracy, you already know the prevalence of pop-up shops, pop-up restaurants, and pop-up spaces.  Toronto literally can’t get enough, which is why it’s not really a surprise that major chefs are opening up pop-up restaurants all over the city.

The newest offering comes from mega celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay, who has partnered with American Express to open Cobalt Social. Hidden behind a grocery store in Toronto’s Kensington Market, the exclusive new restaurant was designed with social media at its core, featuring a sideways dining room for photo-ops, and Instagrammable, well, everything.

The grocery store in front of Cobalt Social
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The photo booth inside Cobalt Social

While Chef Gordon Ramsay’s signature dish will only be served on opening night, fans will be able to order the dish through UberEats from September 27 to 28 for free thanks to American Express! And if you’re lucky enough to snag a reservation at Cobalt Social, which are available through American Express’ Facebook and Twitter pages, you’ll get to nosh on specially created menus by Canadian Chefs Antonio Park and Matty Matheson.

Chef Ramsay’s signature dish: Kobe beef, radish and daikon

But by now you’re probably wondering why Amex would go through all this trouble. Well, aside from wanting to offer great food from great partners, Amex recently launched a brand new credit card aimed at millennials.

The new card, dubbed Amex Cobalt, offers cardholders rewards on everyday things, as well as the things cardmembers love. That means that cardmembers would be rewarded 5x the points on food and drink, and 2x the points on travel and transit — now you can feel even better about your spending!

To snag your spot at Cobalt Social, visit American Express on Twitter and Facebook.

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