The Biltmore Theatre chain was owned by the affluent Okun Brothers of Toronto; this was the first Biltmore Theatre constructed in Ontario. The street-facing façade of this classic building features smooth cut stone. Within the upper façade are recessed narrow windows with linear horizontal decorations. Today, The Biltmore is a live-music and entertainment venue with an unique 1940s-era upstairs lounge.
- Guided tours available
- Partial wheelchair access
Contact info39 King Street East
ArchitectureYear built: 1930-40
Building type: Theatre
Architect: Wilbur Ralph Webb, Alex Blythe and Wallace C. Sproule