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The Roundhouse Hall

The Hall is Steam Whistle's premier and most versatile event space. This expansive, loft-like 4000-square foot space may be set up in almost any arrangement, with capacity for 500 people for a standing reception or 250 for a seated dinner.

The 30 ft. high train doors open onto a 2000 sq ft. outdoor patio with a stunning vista of the city skyline.

  • 4,000 square foot brick and beam industrial space with 30’ ceilings and an iconic view of the Toronto skyline
  • Access from 11am day-of-event deliveries (wedding cake, liquor, décor, auction items, etc.)
  • Features unique views of the glistening fermentation vessels, equipped with privacy blinds on the North and South walls
  • Direct access to our 2,000 square foot patio (May to October), featuring cobblestone and embedded railway tracks leading to a fully functioning, restored railcar turntable 
    • Perfect for wedding ceremonies for up to 250 guests (June 1st to September 30th)
    • 6 outdoor picnic tables are included and available for your use
  • Beer Hall capacities 
    • Maximum capacity (standing)- 500 guests 
    • Stand up reception with casual seating – 350 guests
    • Plated dinner, no dancefloor (rented in conjunction with the Gallery for the bar) – 250 guests
    • Plated dinner with dancefloor (rented in conjunction with the Gallery for the bar) – 190 guests
    • Seated dinner with dancefloor & bar – 165 guests
    • Seated wedding ceremony - 250 guests 
       
We all had a great time and the feedback we are getting from all of our guests is nothing but positive! The venue, the atmosphere, food and drink were all on point…
We enjoyed Steam Whistle very much. The entire process from site-visit to event day was very seamless working with you guys. I have recommended Steam Whistle as a venue several times since Connect and I’ll continue to do so. — Mae Thompson, Three to Be