Baro restaurant, known for its modern Latin flair has officially reopened its dining room with a revamped food and drink menu customers can indulge in. While their new Executive Chef, Brent Maxwell, will continue to serve Baro classics like the OG Duck Chaufa and Lomo Saltado, there are also many new dishes customers can choose from. Some of these new dishes include a fresh take on Tiradito, a Latin take on wedge salad called Ensalada de Cuñas, a marinated octopus dish called Pulpo a la Plancha, and more.
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Baro’s Chef Maxwell
Chef Maxwell brings over two decades of experience to Baro. He’s worked at some of Canada’s, and the world’s, top restaurants such as Canoe, Auberge du Pommier, Nao Steakhouse, La Societe and three Michelin-starred restaurants.
“I’m thrilled to join the Baro Familia and continue offering innovative menu items inspired by the diversity and vibrancy of Latin cuisine. My culinary style is multi-faceted and inspired by culture, and you’ll find that in every dish served here at Baro,” says Executive Chef Brent Maxwell.
The New and Improved Baro
Of course, with the new food options, the restaurant couldn’t forget to add some new cocktails to their menu for you to enjoy with your meal. These new drinks include the Baro Sour, Drunk in Love, Patrón Pink Lemonade, The Getaway and Aztec Old Fashioned.
The dining room is a great place to host a special event as it is 2,200 square feet long and can seat up to 70 guests comfortably, with COVID-19 regulations in mind. Baro’s authentic Latino decor, cozy booths, greenery and open kitchen, create the perfect atmosphere for casual dinners to elaborate celebrations.
Baro has always had an upbeat and fun vibe while also having a very cozy and homey feel. With the new dining room, larger dinner parties can get together and have a good time while enjoying the delicious foods.
Guests looking to experience the main dining room can make a reservation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, using the OpenTable app, calling (416)363-8388, or visiting Baro at 485 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 1K4.