I can't help you with costing as each venue and each couple is different on their request, such as open bar, cash bar, on site ceremony, off site etc. I would definitely suggest you do your own research as you would know best on what to look for. Here is an article that may assist you.
Hi Jasmine! A lot of different factors define a "good" venue and this is different for everyone.
One of my all time favorite venues in Toronto is hands down Casa Loma! If I was more of a city person, this would have been my top choice for sure. They have several rooms to chose from and all of them are absolutely gorgeous
Hi Jasmine, If you are looking for a Venue roughly 200 people that's outdoors with KNOWN good food. I would look at the peter & pauls venues. They are known for their food. The only issue there is when you are looking for larger venues, they do tend to cost more. If you are looking at any of the Peter & Pauls venues it would be roughly $140 - $170 a plate on your lower end. You could also look at some boat cruises in Toronto that supply the food and drinks and you can get married on the boat, with Toronto skyline in the back of all your pictures! I am not sure how much that would run you though.
There are tons of options. Distillery District, Old Mill, Graydon Hall, various hotels, golf courses, country clubs, yacht/boating clubs etc. You can search them all up and see which one works for you.
"Good" is subjective. Different couples have different needs so what's amazing for one couple might not be that great for another. For example, someone may really want an outdoor arch in front of a water fountain in a space that can hold 200 people for a beautiful garden ceremony, which is great and all but it's not so great for me because I'm having a winter wedding.