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New Year's Eve

RYP Oct 18, 2006 08:37 PM

I am looking for a place to have a nice dinner followed by dancing on New Year's Eve.

Does anybody have some suggestions.

I'm looking for Toronto area.


  1. pancake Oct 22, 2006 09:04 AM

    last year i went to menage . . . . a club downtown with restaurant on bottom, dj and dancing and top. The food was nothing special, but 4 courses. The party upstairs was a blast!

    1. m
      MissKMM Oct 20, 2006 01:16 PM

      I have heard that the Harbour Castle has dinner and dance for New Year's. Check that place out.

      1. TorontoJo Oct 19, 2006 12:45 PM

        What kind of scene/dancing are you looking for? Classic? Swing? Club?

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        1. re: TorontoJo
          RYP Oct 19, 2006 01:46 PM

          Good question, I would be open to classic or salsa. I guessed I'd also be open to a place that had a band/dj that features 70's/80's/90's music.

          I am looking for a fun night to bring in the new year, but I would like to have it all in one place.

          I'm thinking back to the days where people use to get dressed up nice and go to a venue for dinner and dancing. Seems that it's a rarity now.

          1. re: RYP
            pescatarian Oct 19, 2006 02:40 PM

            You might want to try an Italian hall. They always after a full course meal with dancing on New Year's. There are a lot in Woodbridge. You might also want to try places like Palais Royale on Lakeshore West. They recently fixed it up and I was there for a firm function last month. Very nice. Food is comparable to what you normally get at a hall - decent, not out of this world. Also, try Liberty Grand.

            1. re: RYP
              TorontoJo Oct 19, 2006 08:19 PM

              For an old school experience, I would see if the Old Mill is hosting a NYE event. For salsa, you might want to check Plaza Flamingo. I can't vouch for the food, but it fits your criteria of dinner and dancing in one spot.

              I would also check to see what Reservoir Lounge is doing for NYE.

              1. re: TorontoJo
                RYP Oct 20, 2006 01:13 PM

                Great suggestions. Thanks!

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            francelonian Oct 18, 2006 10:37 PM

            Try the Toronto area - there are lots of restaurants there.

            Seriously, can you narrow it down a little?

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            1. re: francelonian
              RYP Oct 18, 2006 11:30 PM

              I am aware there are a lot of restaurant in TO, but most of them do not offer dinner AND dancing.

              I'm looking for all in one.

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