Since Alo’s opening, we have been fortunate to secure some notable accolades and encouraging words from the press. Below are some highlights.
Now coming up on its fourth year, Alo is more ambitious and more polished than ever.
Christopher Sealy has been influencing the way Torontonians drink wine—not by sharing his antics on social media with clever feats of hashtagging, but by doing the hard work on the floor and in the cellar.
On the still grotty but gentrifying corner of Queen and Spadina, Toronto’s historic entry point for successive waves of immigrants, past the entrance to Exotix Studio and a body piercing boutique, there is an alcove off the street.