Beers & Cheers at Steam Whistle Roundhouse
Steam Whistle Brewing is a micro-brewery located in the historic John Street Roundhouse in the heart of downtown Toronto, south of the CN Tower and Rogers Center. By virtue of being located in a brewery, the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly whether you’re hosting a community fundraiser or a corporate social. All of these elements come together to create an extraordinary venue for your event.
Architectural highlights include large multi-paned windows, 30-foot ceilings, Douglas fir pillars and exposed red brick.
The Hall: 250 seated, 500 reception
The Gallery: 30-250 reception
The Mezzanine Room: 50 seated, 60 reception
Curated Event Packages
Who would have thought that a brewery would be associated with nuptials? As it turns out, the event spaces at Steam Whistle are bustling with love! From a cocktail reception in The Roundhouse Gallery, to a seated dinner in The Roundhouse Hall, Steam Whistle can host your special day from start to finish.
Steam Whistle Roundhouse is the perfect solution for all of your corporate needs. From product launches and fundraisers, to conferences and business lunches, Steam Whistle will bring memorable elements and impeccable service to your corporate events.
Social Events & Celebrations
With a bustling atmosphere that’s warm and inviting, The Roundhouse is the perfect backdrop for all of life’s celebrations. From raising a glass to a recent engagement, to honouring a special occasion, Steam Whistle is equipped to host parties of all types.
Steam Whistle Roundhouse Event Venue
Frequently Asked Questions
How are special events at Steam Whistle Roadhouse?
What are the different capacities?
The Mezzanine Room
What are the special specs and features?
- Loft-style event spaces
- Large multi-paned windows
- Spectacular view of the Toronto skyline
- Douglas fir pillars and exposed red brick
- 30 ft. ceilings
- 7500 sq. ft. of open space
- 60 ft. bar
Press & Accolades
“The popular brewery features beautiful cityscape views and a rustic interior with plenty of exposed brick and wood beams.”