Berkeley Bicycle Club

Jarvis St. mansion is Toronto's newest event venue

What's swankier than hosting an event at an historic Toronto mansion? Not much. And if you want to, now you can - because the Gooderham House at 504 Jarvis St. is now the Berkeley Bicycle Club, a smallish venue meant for intimate parties and gatherings.

The Romanesque Revival house, which dates back to 1891, had a slew of tenants after George Horace Gooderham and his family moved out in 1906. Most recently it was Osteria dei Ganzi, an Italian restaurant (and site of the In N Out Burger pop up).

Earlier this year Berkeley Events took the space over and transformed it into a multi-faceted venue suitable for about 100 people inside and nearly 200 (standing) on the wrap around patio

Photo via Berkeley Events on Facebook.


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