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The Gates Venue

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66 Gerrard St E, Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2M2, Canada
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Dec 30, 2017
Fraud Alert ! Stay away from this place ! We provided security services worth thousands of dollars over a period of 6 months from Dec 2016 to May 2017 but didnot get paid a penny yet ! They dont pickup phone or reply to email communication. We even dropped by several times during business hours and it was always closed.

Jul 27, 2017
We are an organization that throws parties in toronto for caribana weekend! We had a meeting with the general manager Samir and he was an amazing host. The venue is wonderful, samir gave a hundred precent of his attention to myself and my partner and catered to our needs. his receptionist offered us drinks and kept small talk with with us until samir was available to speak with us. overall a great experience, and we would love to do our annual events and will be referring more business to the gates. if you have not checked out this venue, we strongly recommend it.

Mar 4, 2017
Very cool funky venue. Its a basement so there's no real natural light but the space it self was enjoyable

Mar 6, 2017
Vendors Beware. I have been trying to get a hold of someone at this venue since October. I've tried Emailing, left multiple voice mails, tried to message on facebook, and no one has gotten back to me. It is now March. I just called from a different number, and the woman who answered refused to listen to me, talked over me, and then hung up on me. Their cheque bounced five months ago and they refuse to pay their invoice or give me a contact for the owner to speak with him directly. I highly recommend getting payment from them via credit card PRIOR to any work you do for them.

Jan 26, 2017
The Gates is a Magnificent venue we had an wonderful time !!😀 Elizabeth is an Amazing host thank you so much for everything!!😀

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