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Banquet for 250 people: Palais Royale or The Old Mill? Where else

prima | Jan 21, 201910:41 AM     24

Looking for a venue that offers rentals, that is on the cheap to modest side , preferably less than $80 per person, and I realize that will be a very basic menu. Accessible by TTC. This is for a sport club's party, not a wedding. We can go with fairly simple dinner.

The Forth on Danforth is a little too small. The Great Hall requires that you arrange for rentals and your own caterer. I think that's also the case with the Berkeley Church and Lithuanian Hall. I can't remember if the Capitol Event Theatre offers catering.

The Arcadian Court is too expensive for our budget.

The Columbus Centre is too far from the core. They are within our budget.

We would like the hall to be south of Eglinton, preferably on a streetcar or subway line.

I realize a Greek or Italian hall would be an option, but apart from The Forth, most are a 20 minute drive from downtown .

I am under the impression venues at the Distillery District are fairly expensive. Same with Steamwhistle.

Thanks for any ideas.

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