Dolce Social Ballroom

Dolce Social Ballroom

November 12, 2009 09:00 ET

Toronto Impresario Who Helped Put the Entertainment District on the Map Joins International Design Whiz Kid for Media Preview of First-of-Its-Kind Night-Spot

Dazzling New Multi-Million Dollar Night-spot Previews Today at King Street West & Bathurst

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Nov. 12, 2009) - Dolce Social Ballroom -

Editors Note: Exclusive Media Preview Invite/MEDIA ALERT/PHOTO OPP - Attention assignment, photo, entertainment and lifestyle editors.

Join Us: TODAY November 12, 2009, 3 p.m.

Travis Agresti, Toronto's young nightclub impresario who helped establish the Entertainment District at age 18, goes west with a new venture. The latest new addition to trendy King West, Dolce Social Ballroom, previews to media today - November 12 - Dolce will change Toronto's night life landscape with elite service; a well-heeled 30+ crowd; and striking, glamorous interior design. Jaw-droppingly beautiful, there's nothing like it in town.

Wallpaper magazine calls Dolce's designer a "club design whiz kid". Mr. Important makes his debut in Canada with a room that is warm, luminescent, surprising and delightful - designed to thrill.

Meet Travis Agresti, Dolce owner; Charles Doell, designer; Joeffer Caoc, staff attire designer; and experience musical sensation, resident vocalist / DJ Sandy Duperval performing.

WHEN: November 12, 2009
3 p.m. to 4 p.m.

WHAT: Dolce Social Ballroom Media Preview
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres
Spokesperson interviews
Live performance

WHO: Charles Doell, founder / owner of Mr. Important Design
(, international design superstar in for one day
only to meet with Toronto media

Travis Agresti, 28-year old nightclub management veteran & owner of

Joeffer Caoc, Canadian fashion design darling

Sandy Duperval, Dolce's cutting-edge resident vocalist / DJ

WHERE: Dolce Social Ballroom
647 King St. W. (King and Bathurst Streets)

RSVP: Victoria Fulton

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