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iamam Oct 18, 2007 11:48 AM

I am trying to find a restaurant for a Christmas party. In the past we have done events at Chiado, Vibo, Via Allegro, Mistura.

I am trying to find a restaurant in Etobicoke or Mississauga that would have a Continental/Italian/European menu (to suit all the needs and wants of the 20-24 people going).

Some people have mentioned Ten, Lago, CRU. Any thoughts on these or other suggestions would be greatly appreciated

Thanks!!

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    Food4201 Oct 20, 2007 06:58 AM

    If you dont mind going a liitle farther down the road, try Thyme restaurant in downtown Oakville. The restaurants in Port Credit are nice but Thyme is much better.

    www.thymerestaurant.ca

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      ciaociao1 Oct 19, 2007 01:19 PM

      My newest find in Mississauga in Solstice Restaurant. AMAZING Italian food. Even my nonna who still thinks no one cooks better sauce than her, loved it! I have done two corporate events there (they are creating a completely private room in the next two weeks) as well as some large family events. Place is only 1 yr old so decor is modern and sleek, food is so good and very well priced and the owners are the most honest people I met (being in event industry I see all kinds) I have already booked two client Christmas parties there. They have a decent website too.

      PS I have used the following for client events/dinner: Cru, Lago, Vibo, Ten. Really like CRU and ViBo but still think Solstice is better. Ten had very lousy service and not very accomodating to my client's changes

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        foodguy 905 Oct 18, 2007 12:11 PM

        Lago is good. They have a great private room that has a bar, and seating area, and private washroom, we had our parents 50th ann. party there and it was great. be careful at Lago as their portions are very big. I have been to ten many times and the food has been Just O.K. every time. Rogues is a good reliable choice.Tony is the owner. Unfortunatley there are no "really" great restaurants in Mississauga.

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          ishmael Oct 18, 2007 11:52 AM

          Try Piatto on Dundas east of Mississauga Road Very good chef and excellent front of house staff. It would suit your needs very nicely.

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