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Best Corporate Venues In Toronto
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5 Best Venues For Corporate Events In Toronto

Corporate events and after-work social functions have a tendency to get a bit awkward. Many employees find it difficult to engage in non work-related conversation with coworkers and are unsure of how much fun they are allowed to have—especially when it comes to new employees and people who have not worked together long. But fear not: the city of Toronto has a wide range of venues that encourage employees to let loose and unwind. Below are five of the best venues for corporate events in Toronto.

Toronto’s Backyard Axe Throwing League. Although a little intimidating at first, Toronto’s Backyard Axe Throwing League, or BATL, is a good way to get people competitive and interested in a corporate event. With two locations, one in the Port Lands and the other on Sterling Road, BATL is a great way to get otherwise tame employees to release their inner warrior and compete in good fun.

Spin. This venue, which is just west of Spadina, on King, contains twelve ping pong tables, two full bars and basically unlimited fun. Bringing your employees together somewhere that is casual and provides opportunities for friendly competition is a great way to establish and build relationships within your team.

The Ballroom. The Ballroom is Toronto’s only downtown bowling alley. In addition to bowling, The Ballroom contains dozens of televisions, multiple fully stocked bars, alley-side service and even live music. Grab your employees, rent a couple of lanes and head out for a night of socializing and bowling.

Boat cruise. If you have never seen the city from the middle of Lake Ontario on a clear summer night, then a corporate boat cruise might be a good option for providing unforgettable ambience. Many of Toronto’s party boat operators offer corporate rates.

Dish Cooking Studio. Instead of taking the team out to Jack Astor’s for the standard fare, why not book some corporate cooking lessons and get the whole team involved in dinner. Dish Cooking Studio, near Dupont and Spadina, offers cooking classes which are specifically tailored to corporate team building. They allow up to 40 people to take the course at once, and the course includes wine, snacks, an hour of cooking, followed by a sit-down meal of you and your team’s creation.

Throwing a corporate event doesn’t have to be boring. With a little creativity, facilitated by some of the great corporate venues in the city of Toronto, you can put together a bonding and team building evening that your employees will remember for years to come. Keep the above five considerations in mind and think outside the box when planning your upcoming corporate event.

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