489 College St., TorontoColourful and groovy retro-inspired venue in Little Italy features brightly painted walls, pool tables, and bubble chairs while flamboyant energy
Dance Clubs & Bars
580 King St. W., TorontoKnown for its swank interior design and prestigious clientele, this warehouse-chic nightclub is a gem on the King West scene.
296 Richmond St. W., TorontoLarge nightclub is vibrantly lit with different colours. Dance floors and lounges on two levels make it easy to sip
647 King St. W., TorontoLuxurious dance club caters to a mature King Street West crowd. The stylish interior features multi-tiered seating, gold-plated pillars and
750 College St., TorontoA multi-generational, mult-ethnic crowd moves to salsa, merengue and disco in this lively basement club, complete with drag-queen shows. Cover
430 College St., TorontoStuccoed archways make this Latin-inspired restaurant cozy. Kick up your heels to salsa and merengue hits in the adjacent two-level
117 Peter St., TorontoA distinctive nightclub that offers a getaway from the norm. Dark woods, myriad chandeliers, gleaming bars and a powerful sound
50 Cumberland St., TorontoThis upscale bar in Yorkville has an art-deco interior that features ostrich seats and exotic fabrics. Signature martinis like Karma
526 Queen St. W., TorontoTranquil blue walls surround well-worn velvet banquettes creating the ultimate after-dark sanctuary for young urbanites. Hosts DJ-driven events like Darkrave
77 Peter St., TorontoGreeted by a doorman, a hip, fashionable crowd checks in to socialize and sip cocktails from the lit-up bar top,
577 King St. W., TorontoThe name says it all: Loki is “low-key.” This basement lounge is like an elegant sitting room with velvet banquettes,
15 Mercer St., TorontoHigh cathedral ceilings, rich cherry hardwood and plush couches invite young 25-plus professionals to lounge with a signature martini or
722 College St. W., TorontoExposed brick, hardwood and warm blues create a casual atmosphere for sipping cocktails and enjoying the DJ’s international music mix.
77 Peter St., TorontoCentrally-located Entertainment District hotspot is tucked away but worth the effort to seek out. Vintage console TV sets, director’s chairs
410 Sherbourne St., TorontoLive music venue with three different sections. The Main Room features a large dance floor and five bars, Le Loft
364 Richmond St., TorontoPaying homage to pop artists Andy Warhol and James Rosenquist, this 1936 Victorian-era building-turned-dance club features art at every angle.
739 Queen St. W., TorontoOpen ductwork, hardwood floors and an expanse of pool tables reel in more fashionable novices than seasoned sharks. Groovy tunes
11 Polson Pier, TorontoThis nightclub, open to the public starting the May long weekend, features R&B, hip hop, Reggae, House and Top 40.
55 City Centre Dr., MississaugaFusion of cuisines from Thai to Spanish to fresh market. “Bourbon Street” penne with chicken, shrimp, Andouille sausage and vegetables,
580 King St. W., TorontoThis eclectic nightclub boasts Canadiana ambience from the flock of geese installed across the lounge ceiling to the Muskoka-themed restrooms.