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The National Club Central Dining Hall
Toronto

The present home of the National Club in Toronto, Ontario at 333 Bay Street was built in 1907, and is a designated historic site. Located in the heart of Toronto’s financial district, the beautifully maintained building provides an elegant yet comfortable setting for business and personal events.

Viewed here is the main dining room staged for a wedding reception.  The National Club offers an impressive selection of well-appointed rooms and technical equipment to meet the needs of a range of private functions. Members can rely on our professional staff to ensure the success of their meetings or parties.

http://www.thenationalclub.com

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
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Uploaded: 27/09/2010
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: toronto heritage; architecture; 333 bay st; dining hall; wedding
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