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6 Burnaby Restaurants With Private Rooms

Photo: Joey Burnaby

If you’re looking for a more secluded spot to host an event or celebrate a milestone with friends and family, look no further. These restaurants in Burnaby have their own private rooms you can book out for functions.



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Photo: Joey Burnaby

Whether it’s an intimate gathering or a full-blown celebration—book a private event at JOEY Burnaby. They have an epic rooftop lounge, where they serve handcrafted cocktails, and globally inspired cuisine. Check it out at 1899 Rosser Avenue.

Hart House Restaurant

There’s no better place to host an event than at a lakeside venue. With its comfortable atmosphere, it’s the perfect place for team building retreats or a client appreciation party. After dinner, there’s also a variety of activities to explore outdoors—including bocce and croquet. Visit them at 6664 Deer Lake Avenue.

Horizons Restaurant

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Photo: Horizons Restaurant

Situated amongst the lush greenery and beautiful rose gardens in Burnaby Mountain Park. The restaurant’s stunning and spacious dining room area is available to rent for various private functions. It’s located at 100 Centennial Way.


Fortune House Restaurant

The seafood restaurant can accommodate up to 280 guests for special functions and banquets. Check them out at 4700 Kingsway.


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Photo: Trattoria Burnaby

The popular Italian-inspired restaurant rents out their dining room, lounge space, or even the entire restaurant—for groups ranging from 10 to 168 people. The Burnaby location is at 102-4501 Kingsway.

Burnaby Mountain Riverway Clubhouse

The clubhouse restaurant is in the heart of Burnaby, at the Riverway golf course. The banquet hall is available to rent for weddings, meetings, anniversaries or birthday celebrations. Mulligan’s House is also another option for a private event space, with a capacity of up to 50 people. There’s an 80-inch TV, full sound system, and finally, a patio. Located at 9001 Bill Fox Way.



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