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I want to get married in a pub (Toronto)!!

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ellehill Jan 12, 2010 02:37 PM

My fiance and I want to find a nice pub with a great atmosphere for a sunday afternoon wedding. We both love great beer and great food but finding something that can accomodate 80 people for drinks and appetizers is proving difficult. Any ideas would be most appreciated!!

  1. Olivia Jan 14, 2010 06:31 PM

    I recently went to a wedding reception, on the lower level at the Duke of York. There wasn't alot of food served, but the Duke has your basic bar foods. They do have a decent selection of beers.

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      EarlyDrive Jan 14, 2010 08:01 AM

      How about PJ O'Brien's?

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        torontofoodiegirl Jan 14, 2010 12:38 PM

        Here's a link to private party info for the Irish Embassy and PJ O'Brien's.

        http://www.irishembassypub.com/irish/...

        Looks like PJ O'Brien's may not be available Sunday. The Irish Embassy would be a really nice space for a wedding.

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        Hondapendragon Jan 14, 2010 05:09 AM

        My Place - A Canadian Pub is a pretty big pub. Food is pretty good and a decent draught list. Might fit your criteria.
        http://www.myplacepub.ca/

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          bringonthelbs Jan 13, 2010 01:22 PM

          If you're looking to get married once the weather warms up, Betty's on King might be a good bet. They have a larger room with wooden tables and a large patio that backs on to it. Food is decent and they have party menus available.

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            plasticanimal Jan 12, 2010 04:22 PM

            My friends got married at The Paddock on Bathurst just South of Queen St W.

            It was very nice! Great beer and food in a nice atmosphere.

            1. JamieK Jan 12, 2010 03:12 PM

              Will this be in the summer? The Granite Brewery does weddings and they have an outdoor courtyard where a ceremony could be held. There's an underground parking garage, Green P parking nearby and it's fairly easily accessible by TTC.

              Gets mixed comments on the board but I like the beer and have had no problem with the food.

              http://www.granitebrewery.ca/cater/ca...

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                Eatertainer Jan 12, 2010 03:45 PM

                it's not exactly a pub. But, it's a brewery? The Steamwhistle is a great venue and they host weddings and other events that would certainly accommodate 80 people. Duggan's just opened as well on Victoria Street and they might be able to handle it as well?

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                  LovesToEat Jan 13, 2010 10:32 AM

                  I second the Granite Brewery. Went to a wedding there a couple of years ago. They had the ceremony on the back patio and dinner in the dining room. Food was okay but I think everyone was there for the beer! It's a nice venue.

                2. jlunar Jan 12, 2010 03:02 PM

                  Try Ceili Cottage. I'm not sure if they can do 80, but if it's standing room, that might work. It's a lovely place, though more quaint than pub.

                  Food and Interior shots are here:
                  http://www.foodpr0n.com/2009/07/04/the-ceili-cottage/

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