Holy shit, we can’t believe that Story Of The Year are celebrating their album Page Avenue’s 10 Year Anniversary! To celebrate the band is heading out on tour and will be making a pit stop here in Toronto on November 9th at The Phoenix. The tour also features special guests Hawthorne Heights and our pals Silverstein! Like most of you, we grew up rocking out to these bands and have serious love for these guys!
To celebrate we are giving you a chance to enter this very special Story of The Year contest that will give you and 3 friends FREE tickets to the show! Crazy awesome right!? Well to top it off we are throwing in 2 FREE King’s Crown platters that you can mow down on before or after the show. We know, we know this is an epic contest you won’t want to miss out on.
So, how do you win? We made it super easy for all ya’ll! All you have to do is tweet “I want to see @StoryOfTheYear on Nov. 9th at The Phoenix @TheSneakyDees” and boom you are automatically entered to win this epic night out!
To motivate you, check out this classic tune “Until The Day I Die” from Page Avenue.
Get ready to grow those crumb collectors for a good cause (Like you need a reason)! We’re ready to take Movember by storm, with the Joe Sh’MO shave-down at Sneaky Dee’s on November 1st! Town Barber will be setting up a shave station to clean you up for the coming month. The event will be supported by Beau’s All Natural Brewing and will feature performances by Little Foot Long Foot, Mad Ones and Organ Thieves. Doors open at 6:30pm and the party lasts all night long!
On November 25th Dee’s is donating 25% of all sales from The Fucked Up Breakfasts, Lights’ Cactus in the Valley Nachos, and Cancer Bats Destroyer to support MOVEMBER’s mission in promoting men’s health. All you Mo Bros will want to be apart of this wondrous event! Ladies, you don’t need a Mo to make a difference, either. An astounding $447 million CAD has been raised globally so far in support of testicular and prostate cancer research, but there is still a lot of work to do! Do your part and eat up and collect those crumbs!
Like in year’s past Sneaky Dee’s will also have an official Movember team featuring staff, friends and family of the establishment. Last year the team raised $2,635 and are hoping to top that for 2013!
If you want to be involved in a great cause, do your part by coming down to Sneaky Dee’s to eat great food, rock out and flaunt your magestic mo’s!
Hey. You. Do you enjoy doing awesome things and feeling great about them? Do you like Sneaky Dee’s Kings Crown?! If you answered yes (both are a no-brainer) then this is for you! Sneaky Dee’s is proud to invite you to take part in our 2nd annual food drive!
The community has been great to Sneaky Dee’s throughout the years, so it just makes sense for us to give back. We’re happy to have you guys to help us out as well! Keeping with last year’s tradition, we’re going to be giving away FREE King’s Crown nacho platters to people the bring in 2.5 lbs of non-perishable food items on Monday, October 28 from 2pm-5pm. Donations wil be forwarded to The Toronto Food Bank
How could this possibly not be considered a win-win?! Last year we had a line-up down the street, so you may want to get here early. Don’t fret though, we appreciate all donations and will ensure that everyone has an opportunity to show their love and eat it too!
For those of you not familiar with the King’s Crown (prepare to get real hungry), it starts with crisp corn tortilla chips covered with salsa roja, and piled high with frijoles, ground beef, tomatoes, onions, mixed peppers, jalapeños, melted cheese then topped with guacamole and sour cream. These nachos will certainly have you coming back for more, we guarantee it!
Sneaky Dee’s is proud to be taking part in The Art Of War: A Photo Auction In Loving Memory Of Paul Gourlie, on October 25 at Moniker Gallery. Paul was a regular and beloved member of the Sneaky Dee’s community! As a booking agent, Paul’s hard work and passion for the music industry can be credited for the success of many local, national, and international artist in today’s music world. It was through commitment to his work with The Agency Group that allowed a long list of musicians a platform upon which to showcase their talent.
Paul passed on May 10th, 2013 after a lifelong battle with Cystic Fibrosis. In honour of his life and the impact he has made on the music community, Toronto-band The Balconies are hosting an art auction on October 25th, 2013 at Moniker Gallery in Toronto (425 Richmond St. West). Named after one of Paul’s favourite books — The Art of War by Sun Tzu — the exhibit will feature exclusive photographs of artists from his roster, including The Balconies, USS, The Stanfields, Bring Me The Horizon, The Trews, In-Flight Safety, Charlie Winston, We Came As Romans, Misery Signals, A Tribe Called Red, and others. The photos (some signed by the artist) will be available for purchase through silent auction, with all profits going to Cystic Fibrosis Canada.
The silent auction begins at 12pm and Sneaky Dee’s will be to serving snacks to attendees from 4pm-7pm.
Friday, October 25th
@ Moniker Gallery (425 Richmond St. West)
The Art of War: Photo Auction to benefit Cystic Fibrosis Canada
The fam at Sneaky Dee’s invites you to fill yer boots in the most welcoming home away from home Thanksgiving you have ever experienced! The feast will commence on Sunday, October 13th at 4 pm and we’re planning to keep belts unbuckled till late Monday night.
Don’t have any traditional Thanksgiving plans this year (or to lazy to cook a whole feast)? Come create a new Thanksgiving tradition with the Sneaky Dee’s family! We are laying down a spread of all your favourite fare, including the most classic mound of Roasted Turkey with Mashed Potatoes, Stuffing, Gravy, Cranberry Sauce, Dinner Roll for only $14.95. Be sure to make some room around all the beer and fixings for pumpkin pie ($2.95) and pumpkin chocolate chip cupcakes ($2.50)! Don’t get upset if it’s better than your mamas. It’s what we do.
We wanna give thanks to everyone who has supported us so far. Come hang out, eat some great food, and celebrate the season with your friends at Sneaky Dee’s.
Make sure to tweet us at @TheSneakyDees for all the things you’re thankful this year (We are thankful for all of you!) and make sure to use #ThanksDees
Mark your calendar’s for October 3! Head to Sneaky Dee’s “For Art’s Sake”! Come out to dig live local bands and DJs, cheap local beers, and of course Sneaky Dee’s signature nachos; all while supporting an amazing local organization. We’ve got a great local line-up set to perform at Dee’s in support of Artists’ Legal Advice Services (ALAS), including Bora’s Band, Gavin Slate, Dream Jefferson and WITCHCRAFT.
ALAS provides FREE legal advice to local artists of all kinds, but needs your support after being deprived of funding by Legal Aid Ontario. You can help the organization continue to offer its unique service to local community and artists just by coming out and having a great time!
In conjunction with the U of T law students, ALAS operates on Tuesday and Thursday nights out of the 401 Richmond building. The organization has been around for over 15 years and has helped many, many people in the creative community on a pro bono basis. More about ALAS can be found here.
Tickets for the event are $10 and can be purchased in advance or at the door.