TSE Venues Guide 2018

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38 LISTINGS QUICK LINKS BANQUET VENUES COMMUNITY + CULTURAL ARTS VENUES CONFERENCE + CONVENTION CENTRES HISTORIC VENUES LECTURE HALLS + EDUCATION FACILITIES MEETING SPACE + OFFICE FACILITIES MUSEUMS + GALLERIES NIGHTCLUBS, LOFTS + PRIVATE CLUBS PRIVATE EVENT SPACE RESTAURANTS + PRIVATE DINING SPORTS + ACTIVITY VENUES THEATRES + CONCERT HALLS INDEX ATTRACTIONS LISTINGS QUICK LINKS Perfect For… << When an occasion calls, where do you go? Whether it's a meeting or presentation, office celebration, special client thank you or splashy gala, we've paired a few venue suggestions with event-style and guest list in mind: Galas And More The Place: Ricarda's 134 Perfect For: Fundraisers, galas, weddings, community events, pop-ups, markets… The 'Hood: Entertainment District The Space: Located in QRC West's statement-making atrium, the restaurant offers several hosting options and settings. Stage large catered events in the building's glassed-in lobby, spectacular with its three massive crisscrossed delta frames trussing the soaring 70-ft. ceiling. Bring Attico, Ricardo's mezzanine-level wine bar into play for staircase grand entrances, a bandstand or as a VIP section. Events can also take place within the restaurant's stylish main dining room. Start with cocktails in the lounge-bar. We adore the marble-topped "experience" booths — eight stools per table -- that cluster around the open kitchen. They are perfect for VIP dining and culinary teambuilding challenges. Capacity: Atrium, 500; Ricarda's restaurant, 230; Attico bar, 35 Insider Tip: Award bonus points for the building's LEED Gold certification in addition to its heritage preservation of incorporating the 1910 brick-and-beam building of the Weston Biscuit factory into the glass lobby and office tower. Watch the restaurant in action.

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