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What went down at Toronto Life’s annual Most Influential party last night

By Toronto Life| Photography by Ryan Emberley Photography
What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

Last night, Toronto Life hosted a star-studded event to celebrate its annual list of the city’s most influential people. Over 350 guests gathered inside the Windsor Arms Hotel and toasted the 50 prominent Torontonians with a vast selection of libations, including Vieni sparkling wine, Grey Goose cocktails, Glenmorangie whisky, Lost Craft beer, Pommies cider and Foreign Affair Wine. Here’s a closer look at what went down at the party.

Mayor John Tory (number three on the list):

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

TIFF gatekeeper Cameron Bailey (number 22) was looking dapper as usual:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

Here’s restaurateur Patrick Kriss (number 24), chef and co-owner of Alo:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

ROM director Josh Basseches (number 36) was there:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

Condo developer Sam Mizrahi mingled with guests:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

Toronto Life editor Sarah Fulford hung out with Michele Romanow from Dragon’s Den:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

Defence lawyer Annamaria Enenajor (right) is fighting for the erasure of records for those convicted of personal cannabis possession. She’s also number 39 on the list:

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What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

And here’s Toronto Life publisher Ken Hunt:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

Ontario Medical Association president Nadia Alam (left) is number 45:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

Here’s Canada Soccer board member Bob Richardson (number 46), who was part of the team that worked on the joint bid for Toronto to co-host the World Cup:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

Alan Gertner (left) is the co-founder and CEO of Tokyo Smoke:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

Alex Josephson (right), Co-Founder of Partisans is number 44:

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What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

There was no shortage of food provided by the Windsor Arms Hotel:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

The Foreign Affair Winery’s Wine Lounge featured an exclusive tasting session:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

Grey Goose’s martinis were creatively poured through a classic absinthe fountain:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

The classic Glenmorangie Signature Serve (Stick or Twist) was a popular choice:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

Lost Craft Revival is brewed right here in Toronto:

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What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

A sweet end to the evening:

What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night
What went down at Toronto Life ’s annual Most Influential party last night

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