With the holiday season just around the corner, these hot spots in and around Toronto are viable contenders for your upcoming holiday party. Whether your group is large or small, these spots are sure to accommodate your every need.

2nd Floor Events
This brick-and-beam space off King West is a newcomer on the Toronto events scene, pulling in late-night bashes (facilitated by the sizeable bar anchoring one wall of the space) as well as weddings, corporate events.

Artscape Wychwood Barns
Once a TTC streetcar holding facility, this concrete-lined space off St. Clair West is the go-to for industrial cool. The Artscape properties are a popular spot for art groups and non-profits.

Evergreen Brick Works
A lush, alternative setting in the Don Valley, historical structures, and a commitment to the environment sets this brick quarry-turned-event venue apart.

The Berkeley Church
Featuring 17-foot stained-glass windows, The Berkeley Church, a former house of worship built in 1871, also boasts a gorgeous ballroom with a large upper mezzanine area, and more intimate event rooms like the downstairs wine cellar.

Airship 37
This space has a lot to offer. With a location near the gorgeous Distillery District, two internal spaces (the intimate Gooderham Lounge and industrial Hangar) totalling 4,500 square feet, and a charming outdoor deck area perfect for summer events.

The Burroughes Building
Those in search of an edgy, industrial vibe will love this six-floor structure, built in 1907 as a department store. Since reopening as an event space in 2006, with a third-floor gallery space and rooftop terrace available for rent, it’s become a popular draw for a variety of unique events.

Where will you be hosting your next holiday party?