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Looking for something special? Look no further than our Caribbean-inspired dishes. Our vegan options will leave you wanting more, and our cocktails are famous for giving you a sizzling vacation vibe. Come check us out today! 


Hidden Treasure 


The Mix 669 came about during the COVID 19 Pandemic of 2020 (following the closing of the Remix Resto Lounge, at 1305 Dundas Street West). We offer an intimate eclectic vibe while serving up some delicious Caribbean Tapas starters & Dinners, curated by 

Chef Michael Assoon. 

Our cocktails made in-house with fresh fruit and juices, are ‘simply to die for'     


Creative Caribbean Fusion  


Check out some of our dinners (which include many Vegan options) like Pastelon Plantain Lasagna, General Tso’s Cauliflower with Basmati Rice, Caribbean Vegan Bowls and especially our King Doubles. You can first stimulate your taste buds with our FusionTapas: 

i.e. Shrimp Pholourie Bites, Grilled Picanha Skewer & Conch Fritters. 


Tantalizing Cocktails  

The Mix 669 signature  cocktails are made with fresh fruit Juices in-house they include: 

Hibiscus Liquid Soul, Jamaican Rum Punch & Tamarind Sours. See menu for details. 


We bring the World to Our Stage 


The Mix 669 is fast becoming a ‘go-to event venue’! We host OPEN MIC every Wednesday starting at 7 PM and feature live local bands, performance artists, and DJs across a variety of genres on other nights. We also host electronic events throughout the week. See our events page to learn more 




The Mix 669 is a family operation led by the Assoon brothers, who grew up with Trinidadian parents and culture. Their dad Albert Assoon (sr.) an international head chef on board the SS America; after retirement, did most of the cooking at home and was advisor to their other venues i.e. Night Gallery on Richmond Street, Fresh Restaurant on Queens Quay, and Gotham City on Bloor Street. From his travels around the world, he would constantly innovate and create interesting combinations influenced by his African, Chinese, and Spanish ancestry, adding flavors to classic Trinidadian dishes. 


Trinidadian cuisine is a mixture of many cultures from African, European, Chinese, and East Indian, Middle Eastern and South American combined spices, it offers a variety of flavors to offer one's palette. 


Our culinary influence comes from our dad Albert Assoon Sr., who would always say ‘it’s all in the flavor’ 


The Mix 669: is owned and operated by the Assoon Bros

David, Albert, and Michael. 

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