Depending on the nature of your event, there may be a room usage fee and/or a minimum spending limit to book your event at these venues. Preset menus are available starting at $50 per guest or you can sit down with our executive chef to plan a special menu for your event.
Playfully named, Sky Grotto as in “Cave in the air”, this is a fully private room that can seat 24 to 60 guests depending on the configuration. It is situated on the second floor overlooking the Scalo bar through a curtained glass wall. Decorated with art-deco paintings, the room has an overhead projector with a screen for meetings and presentations. A mini private bar with limited selection can also be furnished depending on the event. Although usually accessible via stairs from the main bar, the room can also make use of a fully private exterior entrance accessible from Amherst street. Access to the room needs climbing of at least 4 steps and therefore is not handicap accessible.
Decorated to look like a cozy dining room at home, this is a semi-private room above yet separated from the main dining room. It can seat upto 16 guests comfortably. It is accessible via the stairs from Scalo’s main dining room and is not handicap accessible.
The Loft beautifully overlooks Scalo’s main dining room while still providing a semi-private ambiance. The room can seat 16 to 28 guests depending on the configuration. It is accessible via the stairs from Scalo’s main dining room and is not handicap accessible.
Scalo wine-cellar is a cute little room with floor to ceiling racks of holding our extensive wine collection at exactly 64 degrees. The room can be used for a very special private party of four to six guest wanting to celebrate a very special dinner. Although clad in stone and see-through glass, the wine bottles will provide guest with a memorable experience. You will get a chance to meet with our executive chef to plan a delectable multi-course tasing menu along with wine pairings in advance of your planned party. The menu will be cooked and served by chef himself turning it into, possibly, memory of a lifetime.