Simply put, Liberty Village has a historic vibe that pairs well with weddings, making it an ultra popular wedding destination for many couples ready to tie the knot. Filled with brick and beam factory settings, colourful murals and all sorts of nooks and crannies, Liberty Village is an Instagram-friendly setting perfect for all types of wedding events. If you’re considering getting married in the neighborhood, here are a few of the venues we think are worth giving a look!
Mildred’s Temple Kitchen – 85 Hanna Avenue
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Mildred’s Temple Kitchen might not scream ‘wedding venue!’ but it’s actually been chosen by many Toronto couples getting married in the past decade. Mildred’s can accommodate almost any wedding style and is perhaps most advantageous for providing a classic Mildred’s four-course dinner.
Typical wedding options at Liberty Village’s Mildred’s include a food station and open bar for up to 100 guests, or a cocktail-style wedding event fitting up to 200 guests. Mildred’s is perhaps the neighbourhood’s most preferred brunch restaurant, well known for its blueberry buttermilk pancakes and industrial décor. An excellent place for a wedding!
Caffino – 1185 King Street West
Caffino is located on King Street so it’s not exactly in the heart of Liberty Village however it’s close enough for us to include on this list. Caffino has a dedicated wedding service packages, with a capacity of up to 125 people.
In-house representatives will work with any vendors, event planners, and of course the marrying couple to ensure the event is pulled off without any inconveniences. Caffino is an absolutely gorgeous place to get married near Liberty Village. From the 1800s era building to the mix of indoor and outdoor spaces, Caffino’s has been hosting weddings for over two decades and can take care of everything.
Liberty Commons – 42 Liberty Street
Liberty Commons has a great rustic look to it, repurposing an original Liberty Village heritage building into a sleek, casual, and contemporary setting. Inside, you’ll find massive wooden beams, geometric tile, leather banquettes, and marble tabletops. The Liberty Commons is representative of where the neighborhood finds itself today, mixing the old with the new.
There are three options for where to host your wedding – the Barrel Room can host up to 42 for a reception, 32 seated; the Drink Tank can host 30 for a reception, 24 seated; and making use of the full restaurant has space for a reception of up to 340 people and 173 seated.
Although these are by far the top 3 wedding venues in Liberty Village, if you don’t mind traveling a little ways north, there are a few venues between Liberty and Queen Street which may be worth a shot.
The Gladstone Hotel, for example, is a historic Toronto hotel which can be reserved for weddings, accommodating up to 110 for a seated dinner, 120 in theatre-style seating, and 150 in a standing cocktail party arrangement.
There’s also the Great Hall which accommodates a massive 1,200 people between its several spaces. These venues are both close enough to make an argument that they could work for some couples looking at a Liberty Village wedding.