Banquet Hall in Vaughan Offer Different Bar Options

Banquet halls in VaughanBanquet halls in Vaughan offer a wide variety of bar options for events. They include but are not limited to host bar, cash bar, consumption bar, bring your own alcohol and non alcoholic bar. Alcoholic bars during cocktails can be a standard bar, a prime bar or a premium bar. Some weddings have a signature drink. Some bars must comply with religious restrictions. Some cultures require that bottles of alcohol must be placed on each guest table.
The LCBO supplies all the alcohol to Banquet Halls in Toronto and banquet halls in Vaughan.

Classic Bar Cocktails

Old Fashioned
2 oz. rye whiskey or bourbon
2 dashes of bitters
1 sugar cube or 1 tsp of sugar
Orange twist as a garnish

2 oz. silver tequila
1 oz. Cointreau
1 oz. lime juice
Salt to rim the glass

2 oz. vodka
¾ oz. triple sec
¾ oz. lime juice
Shake with ice and serve in a martini glass

3 oz. gin or vodka
½ oz. Vermouth
Stir or shake over ice and serve with a lemon peel

2 oz. rye whiskey
1 oz. sweet vermouth
2 dashes of bitters
Serve in a martini glass
2 oz. cognac
1 oz. Cointreau
¾ oz. lemon juice
Shake over ice and serve in a rock glass with a sugar rim

The Classic
1 oz. gin
1 oz. Campari
1 oz. sweet vermouth
Serve in a rock glass

Cash Bar versus Host Bar
A host bar means that the host, bride and groom, pay for all the drinks at the wedding. A cash bar means that your guests pay for the drinks they consume.
It is not ideal to have a cash bar. Your guests expect that alcohol will be provided free of charge at your wedding. If your plans are to have a cash bar you should inform your guests.

The Avenue is one of the Vaughan banquet halls that will respect your wishes as to how you want the bar to run.

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