Fall Preview: 10 New Venues for Events and Meetings Opening in Toronto

By Carla Warrilow September 10, 2012, 9:30 AM EDT

7. The first-ever Marilyn Monroe Café will open in Oakville in mid-September. Owned by Authentic Brands Group, which co-purchased the rights to Monroe’s image last year, the café will not be filled with memorabilia, but will be a place where the actress would feel comfortable. The space is available for buyout, with room for 43 guests on the main floor, 12 on the mezzanine, and 30 on the patio.

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As we ramp up for fall, these are some of the most important new event and meeting venues slated to open (or reopen), with options for everything from cocktail receptions and conferences to business dinners and corporate meetings. Here's a preview of the hotels, restaurants, bars, lounges, and other spaces the city will be buzzing about this season.

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