“ENTER DOWN A CLANDESTINE ALLEY TO A WORKSHOP OF FANTASY, WHERE PARLOUR TRICKS MEET SPECTACLE AND WHERE SUPERIOR DESIGN FUSES WITH ENTERTAINMENT. AN INDUSTRIAL PLAYGROUND OF PLEASURE, UNIUN IS THE ARCHITECT OF YOUR EVERY NIGHTLIFE DESIRE.”
Another of Charles Khabouth’s INK Entertainment nightlife destination UNIUN is among one of the newest.
UNIUN has an impressive space that echoes to
a time passed, UNIUN is an arresting contradiction of both new and
old. (473 Adelaide Street West)
The designs combine original post factory beams nestle between 14 foot bronzed
metal arches reminiscent of weathered steel bridges, while they elegantly contrast by a wash of the latest in luminescent technology.
The room is also surrounding by lush, tufted VIP banquette that recalls Edwardian designs and contrasted by grey cement wall, aged wood and industrial lighting fixtures. UNIUN was manufactured with bottle service in mind. Offering a variable collection of liquors and champagnes ready to be toasted, sipped and enjoyed.
The Club capacity is either 1000 reception style, or 220 seated
More information and picture: http://inkvenues.com/venues/uniun/
The King East neighborhood is known for its great design but it also is a good place to host an event as it has several beautiful venues that are sure to impress your guests. CityEvents is working on an exciting new project to revitalize and promote the King East Design District which includes a tour in the fall of 2012.
Saturday, September 29, 2012, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Sunday, September 30, 2012, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Among those venues there are some you would not traditionally consider like décor and design stores. Design stores are a great place to host an event as the generally have lots of room and great décor. Experience something new and consider one of these venues for your next event.
Andrew Richard Designs offers two chic and contemporary event spaces great for a variety of functions. Andrew Richard Designs are experienced at hosting events their resume is as long as it is impressive and includes events for Smirnoff, Gap Canada Inc., and CAMH.
Urban Amish’s Loft Raum combines great style in a sleek setting. Their authentic conversion loft is a warm and open space great for small and large events like: gallery showings, product launches, corporate and media events as well as parties and weddings.
UpCountry can be a refreshing change of scene if you plan events frequently. The style they display in their store is apparent in their venue space. Friendly and helpful the staff at UpCountry are truly knowledgeable and accommodating.
The Biltmore Domicile is a large open space with high ceilings, arching windows and exposed beams and brickwork. The space is great for large parties like weddings and corporate events. This event is in the surrounding Distillery District.
Formerly a landmark glass factory 99 Sudbury is a multifunctional space that can host intimate and large gatherings comfortably. Located near the very popular Liberty Village, 99 Sudbury is just as chic as the surrounding neighborhood.
You’ve probably heard a lot of great things about 99 Sudbury and their all true. They have three very distinct venue spaces all kitted out for the best experiences.
99 Sudbury is ambitious and it shows; their spaces are not only beautiful but well thought out with each space having different features that make planning an event a breeze.
The Lounge comprised of three rooms; the main room, a private room and a bar lounge is fully licensed area and “decorated in pop-baroque colours and mouldings.”
The newest offering 99 Gallery has 17 feet ceilings and 5,000 sq ft of space to host your event. And the neighbourhood is filled with opportunities to have a good time like CityEvents’ Liberty Social Hour.
Not just an excuse to dust off your bowling shoes, The Ballroom is downtown Toronto’s newest interactive-entertainment centre. Guests can enjoy themselves by getting involved in physical activity while having fun playing games. Since opening, The Ballroom has quickly turned into a hotspot in downtown Toronto, in an area where nightclubs once dominated the Richmond West strip. Say goodbye to the thought of that guy standing too close to you at the bar spilling his drink on your new dress.
The 20,000 square foot space is spread over two-floors and is flanked with over 60 full HD flat screen televisions, to keep you up to date with any sports game that may be going on while you’re bowling, playing ping-pong, pool, foosball or any one of the arcade-style games the line the venue. The Ballroom offers multiple spaces to be rented out for private, corporate or special events. Each space comes fully equipped with complete food and beverage service, conference capabilities, personalized branding opportunities, along with a host of additional amenities.
The first floor houses bowling lanes, a bar and an area with some billiards. The decor is very kitsch. There are exposed brick walls, garage door windows, industrial light fixtures, and Victorian style leather couches with tufted brass bullets. At the end of each bowling alley is a jumbo TV screen projecting sports events. A pitcher of beer runs $25; however, they provide table service while you roll. Friday and Saturday nights also have an in-house DJ and with a stage available on the second floor.
Whether you are stopping by after work to catch a game at the bar, or bringing your work with you to experience our “meet and bowl” package, The Ballroom is an experience not to be missed! The Ballroom is located at 145 John Street West (on the South East corner of John & Richmond Streets) operating daily Monday to Sunday 11am to 2am on the main level, Monday to Thursday 5pm to 2am and Friday to Sunday 12pm to 2am on the second level. For more information, visit: http://www.theballroom.ca/