Toque! "dress code"
I want to revive this thread and ask if Toque still has a casual dress code. From photos I've seen of the restaurant, the place seems to be more business casual? Is it more business-y or can I really get away with jeans and boots if it snows?
While I'm on the topic, what's the dress code at Raza? I'm debating between Toque and Raza for a one-night dinner so would like to know about the dress code at Raza too.
Last year I went to Toqué with dad:
Me: nice clean jeans, shirt and jacket, and nice shoes.
Dad: 70' y.o. business casual-ish; no ties.
At Raza, me think it's a lot more casual; jeans, shirt ...
IMO, bring a pair of nice shoes (depending on the boots).
In my years of observing women at restaurants (all classes); they can pretty much wear whatever they want in restaurants and there will be no issue. :-)