Red brick facade


Behind the door of this red brick facade lies The National Club of Toronto. If serves as a watering hole for the city's elite. Not being rich or a high-ranking politician, I'll probably never cross this building's threshold. I'll just admire this place from outside - I don't think I'd really want to be a member at a place like this anyway. For more red, head to Ruby Tuesday.

17 comments:

Olivier said...

j'aime ces batiments en brique, cela me fait penser a un musee a NYC vers battery park , mais j'ai un trou je me souviens plus de son nom.....ah faut pas vieillir ;))

cieldequimper said...

Sympa ce b√Ętiment plus ancien et bas entre je suppose des immeubles modernes et hauts.

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

The outside is so fun to look at, who needs to go inside? I just read their membership brochure. It was pretty entertaining. With my penchant for blue jeans and beach sandals, they'd never let me in. :-)

Andy said...

A classy photo of a classy building.

Tanya said...

beautiful building!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Aw they probably wouldn't even let me stand on the sidewalk in front of the building unless I changed my clothes ;>)! It definitely is an impressive building though.

VP said...

I like the building, our politicians do not have watering holes but they usually eat everything everywhere...

Liza said...

Beautiful building.

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RedPat said...

It would be fun to see the interior though!

Lowell said...

It does smell of the upper crust. Beautiful building, though. But as Groucho Marx said, "I wouldn't want to belong to any club that would have me as a member!"

Gunn said...

I think YOU as a member of the CDP blogger society, should be invited as a guest.... :)

Birdman said...

I could sit with a book and some wine at one of these bow windows. Warm.

hamilton said...

One of the nicer watering holes I have seen. Shame you can't get in and invite me, too ;)

Randy said...

Great looking building.

Hilda said...

I won't be comfortable there either. But the building sure looks great!

JM said...

Those wondows remind me of the Victorian London. Love it.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Imposing and impressive facade! As if scrolled columns have been embedded on the brickwork!

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