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nic1 Jan 10, 2007 08:02 PM

need help with this one! We are thinking of 60 people in the summer.
Thanks.

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  1. thenurse RE: nic1 Jan 10, 2007 08:29 PM

    The Keg on York has an appealing, private, quiet, funky courtyard. Can say much about the food, but it's always been a nice place for a drink after work.

    1. nummanumma RE: nic1 Jan 10, 2007 08:34 PM

      I'd check out Grano. Then I can live vicariously through you as I ended up going home to NB for mine-

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        Apple RE: nic1 Jan 10, 2007 09:18 PM

        There is a restaurant on King Street - think it's called Biagio - they have a 2nd room that opens out to a patio - not sure how private you want it to be - as it is side by side to the promenade between st. lawrence market north & front stree market. congrats.

        1. orangewasabi RE: nic1 Jan 10, 2007 09:20 PM

          The back of Biagio as mentioned above is surprisingly quiet and very lovely. However, I don't think it will hold 60 people.

          The back of The CourtHouse has outside seating and backs onto a little parkette, it's also very lovely but a bit more urban (in that you can see the street and cars)

          and then, the Sunnybrook Estates are set up so you could have your own courtyard area with in/out access.

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            superizzy RE: nic1 Jan 10, 2007 09:37 PM

            The place u want is the C lounge on Wellington West.

            i went to an exquisite wedding there about 18 months ago.

            Beautiful private back yard with a reflecting pool and private cabanas.

            gorgeus interior with lots of space for dancing etc.

            might be a little large for only 60 geusts but it is one of the nicest venues in town

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              NovoCuisine RE: superizzy Jan 10, 2007 10:40 PM

              C Lounge would be a very beautiful atmosphere. Guessing you'd have to get an outside caterer, though.

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              to_frankie RE: nic1 Jan 10, 2007 10:43 PM

              funny we're going through the same planning.

              Columbus centre has a very nice courtyard (but may be a bit big for your needs)

              Graydon Hall has a very nice courtyard as well.

              1. spigot RE: nic1 Jan 11, 2007 04:19 AM

                A friend of mine held his reception at Brassai on King West, and I think he had a good experience. I'm not sure I'd call theirs a fully private courtyard - but it's set back from the street and there are I think two gates affording some privacy. It's urban, modern....

                1. estufarian RE: nic1 Jan 11, 2007 04:13 PM

                  George was suggested in a previous thread.

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