The Rec Room – Toronto

Rating
5.0
Status Closed nowOpens at 11:00 AM today

The Rec Room is Toronto’s premier destination for kids both big and small to go and play nearly a hundred arcade games and to enjoy live entertainment and elevated Canadian pub food.

Event Essentials

  • At Venue
  • Off-site
  • In-house Catering
  • Outside Catering
  • Patio
  • In-house AV
  • Overnight Stay
  • Pet Friendly

FAQs

What is your capacity?

  • A lot of people, just call us!

What services do you provide?

  • Arcade, Redemption Games, Car Simulator, Ping Pong, Pool, Shuffleboard

Is alcohol allowed?

  • Yes we serve alcohol in the venue.




03 Reviews Write A Review

  • 3 Ratings
  1. Beautiful venue 5 Oct 16, 2017
    By Gary H Submission
    Has a great night here with friends at the Trivia night. Service was good but food and beverages over priced. Good selection though. Beautiful building for a pint with friends or a snazzy business meeting venue. You can also see the CN Tower! The view from the outside seating area is great for night time view of the CN Tower and the lights from the high rise buildings. Easy location to reach by many modes of transport.
  2. Great day with the team 5 Oct 16, 2017
    By Steve P Submission
    We took the staff out for a day at the Rec Room. First the staff was great, they were attentive and helpful. The place looks great, spacious and very clean and tidy. The food was very good...I had the Flat Iron steak and frites and recommend it. The games were lots of fun for us young at heart. I would recommend the VOID a Ghost-busters virtual realty game..it was really cool, but way too short!
  3. Very busy and expensive 5 Oct 16, 2017
    By alex7191 Submission
    This place looks like a lot of fun, tons of games that vary from arcade to billiards (even a VR room). However, we left soon after arriving because 1- We were were told it would be a 2 hour wait for a table. (We just wanted to be able to sit down but even the couches were "reserved" so basically you will have to stand constantly) and 2- The price for games. It was $10 to play pool! Also the drinks were expensive (about $6 for a bottle of moosehead). The crowds were so bad that you would be waiting for most of the good games, and even trying to move through the narrow hallways of games was a challenge. If you don't mind crowds and high prices you might have a fun night, but I don't so I left soon after.

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