|Venue Name||Fermenting Cellar at the Distillery District|
|Address||28 Distillery Lane, Toronto, ON|
|Outdoor Venue Space Available||Yes - Access to the Distillery District|
|ROOM NAME||Sq. ft.||Cocktail||Seated||Theatre||Stations||Notes|
The exterior of today’s fermenting cellar looks much as it did when it first opened in January 1861. Designed by David Roberts, Sr., the fermenting cellar was a one-and-a-half storey, limestone structure that stretched west from the five-storey stone distilling and milling building. Originally constructed on what was then Toronto’s waterfront, The Fermenting Cellar has now been transformed into the most unique event platform in Toronto.
|Full Kitchen Facilities||60” or 72” Round Tables|
|All Barware, Glassware, Beverage Services||Silver Chivari Chairs|
|Plexi-Glass Bars||White & Black Coffee Tables|
|White & Black Leather Furniture||Cruiser Tables|
|2 Venue Security||Complimentary Bridal Suite|
|Complimentary On-Site Parking||Complimentary Coat Check|
|16' White Velour Drape||On-Site Event Manager|
Yes, there is a $300 kitchen fee.
No, Caterer or client handles.
Preferred Caterers is 15% - other Caterers are 20%.