Are you ready to host the event of

the year?

We can help.
You in?

What can we do

for you?

Events of course! It’s our not so secret talent.

We’ve helped hundreds of corporate (groundbreaking conferences and breathtaking networking events) and private (Instagram worthy weddings) clients host incredible events and we want to do the same thing for you.

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With a little more time at home for the foreseeabl With a little more time at home for the foreseeable future, now is the perfect time to hone in on those baking skills.  Why not bake a cake? Speaking of cake, we love this cake from D and K’s wedding. Simple, timeless and elegant.  What’s your favourite cake flavour?  We’re torn between classic vanilla and strawberries & cream. 
Photo by @mangostudios
Cake by @avanirestaurant

#torontoweddings
As we continue to practice self-isolation, we're r As we continue to practice self-isolation, we're remembering all of the amazing events from the past.  #Throwback to this incredible event!  Josh’s bar mitzvah had ‘cool’ written all over it.  Once these uncertain times are over and done with, what type of gathering (big or small) are you most looking forward to?

Photo by @mangostudios
Planner - @monangevents

#barmitzvah
#torontoevents
#mitzvah
#milestones
#TBT
#Thursday
We’re here to help you grow. photo by @ted_chai We’re here to help you grow.

photo by @ted_chai
Event: The Event for Women in Events hosted by @fooddudes

#corporateevents #businessevents #torontoevents #torontoeventplanners #eventplanning #conference #networking
At our recent Elements event, @FoodDudes was assig At our recent Elements event, @FoodDudes was assigned the element of ‘Fire’. The result?  A fiery mescal shrimp tostada that set our guests’ taste buds ablaze.

Photo by @ted_chai

#torontocatering #torontoeats #torontoevents #culinary #foodies
#FoodDudes

With a little more time at home for the foreseeabl With a little more time at home for the foreseeable future, now is the perfect time to hone in on those baking skills.  Why not bake a cake? Speaking of cake, we love this cake from D and K’s wedding. Simple, timeless and elegant.  What’s your favourite cake flavour?  We’re torn between classic vanilla and strawberries & cream. 
Photo by @mangostudios
Cake by @avanirestaurant

#torontoweddings
As we continue to practice self-isolation, we're r As we continue to practice self-isolation, we're remembering all of the amazing events from the past.  #Throwback to this incredible event!  Josh’s bar mitzvah had ‘cool’ written all over it.  Once these uncertain times are over and done with, what type of gathering (big or small) are you most looking forward to?

Photo by @mangostudios
Planner - @monangevents

#barmitzvah
#torontoevents
#mitzvah
#milestones
#TBT
#Thursday
We’re here to help you grow. photo by @ted_chai We’re here to help you grow.

photo by @ted_chai
Event: The Event for Women in Events hosted by @fooddudes

#corporateevents #businessevents #torontoevents #torontoeventplanners #eventplanning #conference #networking
At our recent Elements event, @FoodDudes was assig At our recent Elements event, @FoodDudes was assigned the element of ‘Fire’. The result?  A fiery mescal shrimp tostada that set our guests’ taste buds ablaze.

Photo by @ted_chai

#torontocatering #torontoeats #torontoevents #culinary #foodies
#FoodDudes

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ADDRESS

351 King Street East, Suite 1600
Toronto ON M5A 0N1

PHONE: 416-585-5172

Directions to Venue

  • From east-end: Drive south on DVP, exit Richmond St (downtown), left on Berkeley St., right on King St. Follow until 351 King Street East
  • From west-end: Drive east on Gardiner, exit Jarvis St., turn left (northbound), turn right onto King St. Follow until 351 King Street East
  • TTC Eastbound from King subway station. Take King streetcar eastbound #504/ #503/ #514, exit at Ontario St.
  • TTC Westbound from Broadview Station. Take King streetcar westbound #504, exit at Ontario St.

Parking

There are several paid parking lots within walking distance to The Globe and Mail Centre (please refer to Parking Map), as well as limited street parking. The Globe and Mail is not responsible for parking availability or costs incurred for vehicles that have been tagged or towed.