Private Dining Toronto

Private dining in Toronto

Private dining spaces in Toronto arguably allow for the best eating-out experience. There's no risk of landing a table alongside a crying baby or an insufferable couple that insists on sitting on the same side of the table, and you can be sure you'll receive the most attentive service. Many restaurants in Toronto require you to spend a minimum amount on food or drinks before tax to book a private room, though a few give you the option of simply selecting from a prix-fixe menu, making the private dining experience not a terribly expensive endeavour. And if you elude the crying baby, it's certainly all worth it. Here are a few Toronto restaurants with private dining spaces.

Crush Wine Bar
Number of Rooms: 2
Number of People: 38, 18
Specs: Exposed brick, street-level windows
Cost: $2000, $1000

Delux
Number of Rooms: 1
Number of People: 26
Specs: Exposed brick, fireplace, walnut table
Cost: Depends

The Westerly
Number of Rooms: 1
Number of People: 40
Specs: Sound system, fireplace, reclaimed wood benches
Cost: N/A

George
Number of Rooms: 3
Number of People: 12, 32, 26 (Or a combined grand space)
Specs: Courtyard, prix-fixe menu
Cost: Minimum expenditure, depends on day and time

Enoteca Sociale

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Number of Rooms: 1
Number of People: 12
Specs: In the wine cellar, overlooking the cheese cave
Cost: N/A, though chef Grant Van Gameren can offer a $50 per person tasting menu

Buca
Number of Rooms: 1
Number of People: 38
Specs: Wine storage wall, banquet tables
Cost: $7500 minimum spend for the entire evening

Adega
Number of Rooms: 2
Number of People: 20, 70
Specs: Rustic vibe with all the prestige of Elm Street
Cost: $500, $1000

Avli
Number of Rooms: 1
Number of People: 50
Specs: Private bathroom, bar, separate entrance
Cost: N/A

Bardi's Steakhouse
Number of Rooms: 2
Number of People: 12, 36
Specs: Grey room: wire art by local artist, Paris art. Red room: vintage chandelier
Cost: $800, $1500

Modus

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Number of Rooms: 1
Number of People: 70
Specs: Giant chandeliers, bar, elevated chef's table
Cost: Minimum spend depends on season and size of party

Centro
Number of Rooms: 4
Number of People: 70, 40, 26, 14
Specs: Audiovisual capabilities, 40-capacity room has private washroom
Cost: N/A

Colborne Lane
Number of Rooms: 2
Number of People: 14, 6
Specs: Park Lane Room: glass chandelier, wine storage wall. Chef's Table: off the kitchen, tasting menu
Cost: $2000, $179/guest

Earls
Number of Rooms: 1
Number of People: 45 seated
Specs: Private washrooms, individual audio and lighting
Cost: $2000-$5500

Fuzion
Number of Rooms: 2
Number of People: 40, 25
Specs: Remodeled Victorian, prix-fixe menu available
Cost: Call

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Grace
Number of Rooms: 1
Number of People: 30 seated, 60 cocktail
Specs: Chef menu, bar, flat screen
Cost: $1200-$1500 minimum spend

Grano
Number of Rooms: 2
Number of People: 60, 40
Specs: Flat screen, Italian decor, WiFi
Cost: Call

Harbour Sixty
Number of Rooms: 5
Number of People: Range from 9 to 5
Specs: Chandeliers, crown molding
Cost: $500 deposit

Malena
Number of Rooms: 1
Number of People: 45
Specs: Second floor, custom tables, prix-fixe menu
Cost: Call

Noce
Number of Rooms: 3
Number of People: 40,55,20
Specs: Wine cellar, window to Queen Street
Cost: Call

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