We are a preferred caterer at the following amazing venues: 

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Branksome Hall

Located in the heart of Toronto, Branksome Hall’s state-of-the-art Athletics and Wellness Centre is available to host your evening or weekend events. This multi-functional event space boasts natural light, oak woodwork, glass and exposed steel, soaring ceilings and contemporary architecture. With two exceptional spaces available for rent, this venue is a must see!

St James Cathedral Centre

The Cathedral Centre is located in the heart of downtown Toronto at King and Church Streets, just north of St. James Cathedral. Magnificently restored in 2012, the Cathedral Centre offers modern, multi-functional event space. With park views, natural light, state-of-the-art A/V & full kitchen, the Cathedral Centre is ideal for corporate meetings, weddings and other social events.

Bram & Bluma Appel Salon at the Toronto Reference Library

Conveniently located on the second floor of the iconic Toronto Reference Library, The Bram & Bluma Appel Salon is a vibrant new literary and cultural commons at the heart of the city. This unique, contemporary and versatile venue is ideal for any occasion. From meetings, to weddings, corporate and other special events.


Thompson Landry

The larger of our two Galleries, the Cooperage Space, is housed in a beautiful 4300 square foot original historic building in the heart of Toronto's Distillery District. With its exposed brick and plaster walls, along with its unique layout, this sophisticated and rustic space is the perfect backdrop for any planned event. The original architecture is highlighted by the Gallery's ever changing display of contemporary Quebecois paintings and sculptures.

Outfitted with a finishing kitchen a Bose ambient sound system and contemporary furniture, the Gallery is appropriate for many types of functions, including: beautiful seated dinners, cocktail receptions, corporate gatherings and meetings, business launches and conferences, wedding ceremonies and private celebrations.

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The Warehouse

Toronto’s first warehouse inspired event space located mid-town incorporates a magnificent 30 ft. high ceiling, multi-functional space, elegant cocktail area, full kitchen facilities and one-of-a-kind surroundings. The open concept 16,000 square ft. entertainment venue allows clients to truly customize the look and feel of the space, giving each event its own personal touch.

Campbell House

Located in Toronto’s justice precinct, at the northwest corner of Queen Street West and University Avenue, the classical house with surrounding park is a contrast to, and a stage from which to contemplate, the urban scene arrayed before it: the skyline of office towers and rising condos, City Hall and the courts, University Avenue, and the retail and cultural strip of Queen Street West.


Fifteen Prince Arthur

Nestled in the elegant Yorkville district, Fifteen Prince Arthur Avenue is the perfect venue forboth private and corporate events. With a beautiful open-concept design, complete with a private walkoutpatio, the space offers an impressive blend of modern comfort and traditional charm perfect for entertaining.

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The Richmond

The Richmond is a contemporary gallery located in the heart of the fashion district, and just steps from downtown. Perfect for art showings, corporate functions and social events of all sizes; the Richmond is one of Toronto’s premium spaces. After nearly a decade, The Richmond’s location and staff continue to be the perfect spot to create memorable experiences meant to be shared.

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Arta Gallery

This historic and prestigious venue is the ideal setting for corporate and social events and product launches. Arta Gallery can accommodate and tailor to your specific needs. The Gallery’s unique environment adds immeasurably to the spirit of events and meetings that wish to rise above the ordinary. Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Toronto, the gallery is visually seductive and remarkably flexible.


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Sandra Ainsley Gallery

Sandra Ainsley Gallery moved to a spectacular new home in September 2012 – an industrial warehouse in the Don Valley Parkway and Eglinton area. The space, with its 22-foot ceilings, dramatic lighting, and open-concept layout is an ideal space for wide range of contemporary events.

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Bata Shoe Museum

Winner of a City of Toronto Design Award, the Bata Shoe Museum offers a dramatic setting sure to engage guests of all interests. Its expansive modern style features details forged in glass, steel, leather and wood.

The Uptown Loft

The Uptown Loft is the perfect space for Weddings, Corporate Parties, Fundraisers, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, and much more. The newly renovated space includes state of the art sound and lighting, a permanent bar with a flatscreen TV, hardwood floors, and modern chic décor. The open concept gives you the freedom to create exciting and unique events to suit your needs.


Rosehill Lounge

Rosehill prides itself in being Toronto’s “hidden gem” of special event venues, with the ability to transform itself to suit almost any event need. From posh weddings and funky bar/bat mitzvahs to an ideal wine tasting room or hip evening cocktail lounge, Rosehill effortlessly combines elegance with versatility.

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The Symes

This architectural treasure, born of grand vision in the Art Deco era, has been restored and restyled for its 21st century renaissance as a unique event space in Toronto. The Symes may be grand in scale, but it radiates warmth — from the sandblasted brick and metal trusses to the natural light that floods in from all directions. This Heritage-designated site pays tribute both to its industrial past, and the vibrant energy of its present home in The Junction – one of the city’s foremost creative hubs. A testament to artistic vision, The Symes is the ideal backdrop for your next event.

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The Power Plant

Founded in 1987, The Power Plant is Canada’s leading public art gallery devoted to the presentation of contemporary art, artists and ideas through exhibitions, publications, talks, and events. Uniquely situated in a renovated former powerhouse constructed in 1926 on Toronto’s Harbourfront, The Power Plant is now easily recognized by its original smokestack and exterior façade. With four gallery spaces and naturally lit clerestory, a newly renovated lobby and outdoor terrace, The Power Plant provides an ideal setting for an array of events after gallery hours. A vibrant and changing contemporary art exhibition program allows guests to experience a new and dramatically different visit with every venue hire.


Propeller Coffee Co.

Once a metal factory, the large space is industrial, yet elegant and beautifully light-filled. The event area is 2600 sq ft featuring exposed brick, high ceilings, west-facing windows and a view of the roasting room. The venue canaccommodate 100 seated or 150+ cocktail style. Three roll-up doors to a small outdoor patio adds flow from the indoors out. The venue has a gorgeous bar and industrial kitchen with walk-in fridge and freezer, huge floor (think dancing), all wheelchair accessible. And of course, they can provide an outstanding coffee service!

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Ripley's Aquarium 

Invite your guests to immerse themselves in an incredible underwater experience at Toronto’s newest event destination. With nine galleries to explore, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada provides a truly one of kind event experience for corporate clients, galas, celebrations, fundraisers, holiday parties, meetings and more!

Campbell Conference Facility at University of Toronto

The Vivian and David Campbell Conference Facility in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is a technically advanced multi-purpose meeting room. The Centre is available for rent days, evenings, and weekends year round. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto on the University of Toronto’s St. George Campus, it is housed in the historic Munk School of Global Affairs. The Centre is wheelchair accessible and is within walking distance of several first class hotels. Major attractions, restaurants, shopping, museums, galleries and the theatre district are just steps away.


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The Great Hall

The Great Hall is a historic landmark in the heart of Toronto’s West Queen West neighbourhood offering class and convenience in a prime location. Built in 1889 and fully restored in 2016 20,000 sq. ft. of versatile event space with updated amenities like a state of the art HVAC system, accessibility elevator, dedicated high speed internet and concert quality sound & lights. The four venue spaces are adaptable to client needs and can accommodate groups from 2 to 1200, providing the perfect setting for your next event.

 
 

We are also welcome to cater at the following venues:

Gardiner Museum
Design Exchange
CBC Building
District 28
Twist Gallery
Rebel Night Club
99 Sudbury

 

St. Lawrence Market Kitchen
The National Ballet
Jam Factory
Evergreen Brickworks
Water Works
The Globe and Mail Venue
Steamwhistle

Ontario Science Centre
Burroughs Building
The Factory Lounge
Crowes Theatre
Muzik
Canvas

Is your venue not on our list? Contact us and one of our Event Managers will be happy to take the steps to see if we can cater for your event.