The Broadview Hotel is a 58 room boutique hotel in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located at the intersection of Broadview Avenue and Queen Street East in Toronto’s Riverside neighbourhood. It was built in 1893, the building was originally a hall with retail and office space and later converted into a hotel. Until 2014, the establishment was occupied by the New Broadview House Hotel, a hotel and boarding house housing low-income persons with a strip club named Jilly’s on its ground level. It was closed and converted to an upscale establishment with several restaurants and a roof patio.

Case Study



Toronto, Canada

Creative Menu Design

We were tasked to rebrand The Broadview Hotel’s wedding and event menus that feature the hotel’s iconic venue that will be great on each event they can offer their guests.


During the discovery phase of the project, we’ve learned that they liked the style we’ve created for our other client. Since we always keep all our projects unique for each client we’ve decided to create a modern look by featuring all the great photos of the hotel with the detailed and itemized menu.


As a result, we’ve created this colourful and modern look by using different sets of photos and two distinct brand colours of Broadview Hotel to distinguish the two different menus.
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