- 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm | Sunday July 23, 2023
- Evangeline | Ace Hotel Toronto
- 51 Camden St
Salon 51 invites you to converge, mingle, share wise words and maybe even gossip amongst friends, new and old. Inspired by the legacy of the French salon, socializing outside of your circle is encouraged, as is a touch of glamour. Author Marlowe Granados sets the pace of the cinq à sept gatherings in Evangeline.
Join our hostess Marlowe Granados at Evangeline as we celebrate her return in classic Salon 51 form. Discussion topics (and outfits) to include: varying shades of pink, favourite female-led films while you enjoy the rooftop sun like it’s Malibu and sip one of our custom pink cocktails.
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