2020 brings brand new design and concept to King Street’s The Spoke Club

Upon serving members for more than 14 years, The Spoke Club will temporarily close on January 1st, 2020 for a full venue renovation. Driven by industry-leading entrepreneurs Fernando Mammoliti, and Charles Khabouth and Danny Soberano of INK Entertainment, luxurious service, delicious dining, sophisticated design and innovation are at the heart of the new Spoke Club iteration.

“We partnered with INK Entertainment earlier this year to revitalize the distinguished Club with new art, entertainment and culinary offerings,” says Fernando Mammoliti, owner, The Spoke Club. “While maintaining the private member legacy, we will continue this mandate by bringing something entirely new and progressive to North America’s private member club scene.”

“Elevated and sophisticated design with incomparable experiences are crucial to the new club,” says Charles Khabouth, CEO, INK Entertainment. “The membership offering will evolve too. Our focus is not solely on what you do or what industry you are part of, but who you are and what you yearn for.”

With designs by award-winning Toronto-based firm Giannone Petricone Associates Inc. Architects, the extensive renovations will encompass all floors and introduce a to-be-announced dining concept by INK Entertainment. A new and robust membership will also be available to future and existing members once the club reopens in the late spring 2020. For one final night, members and the public are invited to celebrate New Year’s Eve and send off the iconic club. A semi-formal affair, tickets for guests can be purchased via Eventbrite and inquiries for table packages can be directed to concierge@thespokeclub.com or by calling 647-338-5915.

CTV’s ETALK hosts 14th Annual Canadian Filmmakers’ Party at The Spoke Club

Canada’s brightest in entertainment were seen kicking off the festival season at The Spoke Club during ETALK’s 14th annual Canadian Filmmakers’
party. ETALK hosts including Anchors Ben Mulroney and Danielle Graham, Senior Correspondents Lainey Lui and Traci Melchor, Reporters Chloe Wilde and Tyrone Edwards, and LA correspondent Liz Trinnear were seen mingling with guests and enjoying the rooftop patio.

The Spoke Club served a delicious selection of charcuterie, salads and canapés paired with Dobel Tequila and 1800 Tequila cocktails and music by local DJ Chris Laroque. Notable guests in attendance included Amanda Brugel from The Handmaid’s Tale, The Social hosts Cynthia Loyst, Melissa Grelo and Jess Allen, Yannick Bisson of Murdoch Mysteries, Vikings and Orphan Black actor Eric Johnson, Love Island reality star Eric Hall, TV host and designer Steven Sabados, celebrated photographer Caitlin Cronenberg and many more.

INK Entertainment announces new partnership with The Spoke Club

INK Entertainment CEO Charles Khabouth and President Danny Soberano are pleased to announce a brand new partnership with The Spoke Club. Joining new owner Fernando Mammoliti, the trio will be revitalizing Spoke Club with new art, entertainment and culinary offerings while respecting and maintaining the private member legacy. To launch INK’s involvement, current members can anticipate a refreshed rooftop patio for Summer 2019 and a new curated art collection to revive the venue’s interior.

“The Spoke Club’s longstanding history as an exclusive, private member club is something we respect tremendously,” says Charles Khabouth. “Premium products and experiences are fundamental to our business, and we look forward to offering our expertise in hospitality to this establishment’s well-respected community.”

Working with the award-winning Toronto-based design firm Giannone Petricone Associates Inc. Architects, The Spoke Club will begin floor-by-floor renovations starting in 2020.