If you’re a foodie, we know you’ll want to share your favourite dishes with your guests at your wedding. This means serving delicious eats—the best the city has to offer. Those in the know with Toronto’s food scene have likely heard of Assembly Chef’s Hall, the eclectic outpost founded by restauranteur Andreas Antoniou over a year ago. With 17 of Toronto’s best chefs assembled as one team, not only is Assembly Chef’s Hall a spot for unique culinary experiences, but it also touts itself as a wedding venue with the ability to mix and match your wedding reception menu to reflective your own taste as well as the diverse offerings of each chef.
The venue can accommodate up to 1200 guests. For summer weddings, the space’s 3,000 sq.-ft. patio is a key feature, and includes a bar cleverly crafted from a trailer. Interior decor for this industrial space includes modern art installations by Toronto artists, which are constantly on rotation and ensure that you’ll have a unique backdrop. With innovation the name of the game, the venue also touts award-winning baristas and sommeliers, ensuring the drink experience is as unique as the food is.
111 Richmond St. W., 647-557-5994, assemblychefshall.com.