That's the Old Mill, on the banks of the Humber River in Toronto. I haven't been there in years. My sister had the reception for her first marriage there. The reception was much, much better than the marriage. There is, literally, an old mill on the property, one of the oldest structures in the city. Ambiance galore.<br><br>Green with envy am I.<br><br>Laz, OFI[/i][color:green]<br>Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read. — Groucho </font color=green>
Old Mill Inn<br><br>Like John said, the place oozes with class and ambience. Normally it's a dressy sort of place but on Sundays and Holidays it's okay to be comfy and wear jeans. <br><br>The restaurant must have some magical qualities since all the kids I've seen there have been well behaved to the extreme. <br><br>
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