SteakHouse63 has three floors. The basement is a rustic pub open Friday and Saturday with live entertainment. The main floor is for a la carte dining with private rooms and booths. The second floor is an excellent choice for meetings, events and celebrations for groups of 20 to 60 guests. The restaurant can be booked for private functions, for weddings or during the holiday season for up to 147 guests. We ensure that any event type will be truly exceptional.
Steakhouse63 resides in one of Orangeville’s oldest buildings, the stone structure is circa 1852. James Graham and his family rented the property from Jesse Ketchum and ran a tavern which provided food and lodging to guests, at a time when Orangeville was the last stop for people heading north to Collingwood and beyond. The tavern was closed in 1875 and became a private residence. In 1876 James Graham finally was able to purchase the building and died three years later.