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Vendors › Toronto › Entertainment & Nightlife

Entertainment & Nightlife

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Tattoo Rock Parlour

567 Queen St. W., Toronto

A rock ‘n roll and DJ venue with tattoo parlour on site. Check out music events from alternative, rock, classic

TD Toronto Jazz Festival


Celebrating jazz music with more than 1,500 performers at 40 different locations. Ticket prices vary; call or visit website for

Ten Restaurant & Wine Bar

139 Lakeshore Rd. E., Mississauga

Upscale restaurant and wine bar along Port Credit’s renewed waterfront. International menu includes halibut with roasted Italian vegetables and sun-dried

The Addisons Residence

456 Wellington St., Toronto

The “home” of a fictitous family—complete with family pictures—is a preppy hangout in the city. Three rooms divide the space,

The Avro

750 Queen St. E., Toronto

Reclaimed materials transported by bike were used to build this neighbourhood bar in Riverside. Eclectic decor that looks like hand-me

The Ballroom

145 John St., Toronto

Smack in the Entertainment District is a two-storey luxe bowling alley with 10-pin lanes encased in brick and glass and

The Black Hoof Cocktail Bar

923 Dundas St. W., Toronto

An extension of the popular Black Hoof restaurant, owner Jen Agg’s exclusive sipping spot is laid back with an inventive

The Black Swan

154 Danforth Ave., Toronto

British-style pub in Greektown with several beers on tap that hosts live blues and rock. Wild T Springer Jam Thurs.

The Calvin Bar

325 Bay St., Toronto

This posh hotel lobby bar in the Trump Tower is a dramatic but intimate spot—there are only 20 seats here—for

The Candyland

619 King St. W., Toronto

A restaurant-meets-circus supper club in a moody, darkly-lit venue on King West. A mistress of ceremonies presides over the evening,

The Clothing Show

195 Princes' Blvd., Toronto

More than 300 booths by independent designers and artisans of jewellery, accessories and vintage and eco-friendly clothing. Held in spring

The Cobourg

533 Parliament St., Toronto

Unpretentious Cabbagetown hangout with a cozy bar lit by the glow of a few chandeliers, wall sconces and candles. The

The Communist’s Daughter

1149 Dundas St. W., Toronto

This tiny, almost unmarked neighbourhood watering hole has a wholly unpretentious small-town vibe in the midst of the big, trendy

The Consort Bar

37 King St. E., Toronto

Classy cocktail lounge. A comfy place for the well-heeled to relax with a drink and enjoy the British flair and

The Curve

55 City Centre Dr., Mississauga

Fusion of cuisines from Thai to Spanish to fresh market. “Bourbon Street” penne with chicken, shrimp, Andouille sausage and vegetables,

The Dakota Tavern

249 Ossington Ave., Toronto

This Ossington and Dundas watering hole is the perfect place for an old-fashioned hoe down. Wood walls, bar stools made

The Drake Hotel

1150 Queen St. W., Toronto

A unique nightlife experience worthy of the hype. A mixed crowd (art students, young socialites and trendy professionals) unwinds on

The Dublin Lounge

51 Yonge St., Toronto

A genuine Irish experience in the heart of the city. Located in a former bank and art gallery, the classic

The Emmet Ray

924 College St., Toronto

This cozy whisky bar is named for a jazz legend, and boasts more than 230 varietals from around the world

The Everleigh

580 King St. W., Toronto

This eclectic nightclub boasts Canadiana ambience from the flock of geese installed across the lounge ceiling to the Muskoka-themed restrooms.
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