The Toro concept comes from acclaimed chef and restaurateur Richard Sandoval, recognized as the "Father of modern Mexican cuisine," who has an international collection of 40 Latin American-inspired restaurants worldwide. At Toro, he masterfully blends Pan Latin cuisine with South American, Japanese and Chinese influences.
Hours of operation Mon–Wed, Sun 5:00 pm–10:00 pm Thu–Sat 5:00 pm–11:00 pm
Complementary valet parking and self-parking options.
East From- Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport-When exiting the airport, take U.S. Highway 1 south to Griffin Road. Turn right onto Griffin Road, heading west. The hotel will be 1.5 miles further on the left. From North- Take Interstate 95 South to Exit 23 (Griffin Road) and turn left off the exit (east). The hotel is located on the right side of Griffin Road. From West- Take the Turnpike and exit at Griffin Road. Turn left on Griffin Road East. Follow Griffin Road turn right.
DescriptionIt all starts within the ideal setting to stimulate the exchange of new ideas and create the framework for innovative. With more than 18,000 square feet of meeting and event space, including two ballrooms with nine breakout rooms with in inspiring multiple configurations, you'll discover exciting opportunities to expand new ideas, gather, wed and meet. Allow our amazing chefs to curate the perfect menu for your next meeting or event. Our menus also offer destination options from Chef Richard Sandoval’s TORO. Let our friendly staff will handle all the details.
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