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The Fifth Social Club

225 Richmond St. W., Toronto

This former textile factory-turned lofty party space is a favourite of young professionals and even the occasional visiting celebrity. A

The Film Lounge

393 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Black and white walls with punched out reel sections replicate the look of film. A yellow brick road runs through

The Garrison

1197 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Bar and live-music venue owned by Shaun Bowring (of Sneaky Dee’s fame) is also the home of the popular Wavelength

The Green Living Show

100 Princes' Blvd., Toronto

Consumer show dedicated to all things green. Celebrity speakers, cooking stage, sample organic and bio dynamic wine as well as

The Guvernment/ Kool Haus

132 Queens Quay E., Toronto

More than 60,000 square-feet of fun in a waterfront warehouse. D’Luxe Lounge Sat. (hip hop and R&B); the retro Orange

The Hoxton

69 Bathurst St., Toronto

From the team who brought popular resto Parts & Labour to the city along with Kenny Hotz, an actor best

The Mod Club

722 College St., Toronto

Ultra hip Little Italy venue hosts live shows earlier in the evening before transforming into a nightclub. One of the

The Music Store

Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St., Toronto

Housed in the concert hall of Roy Thomson Hall. Classical, jazz and world CDs available, plus an extensive collection of

The Next Stage Theatre Festival

125 Bathurst St., Toronto

Annual curated theatrical event presents the works of artists from across Canada. Held in January. Tickets $12-$15.

The Paddock

178 Bathurst St., Toronto

Hardwood floors, Formica tables and the original black slate bar give this authentic, ’40s-era pub an elegantly cozy feel. Creative cocktails,

The Painted Lady

218 Ossington Ave., Toronto

Bohemian-chic trappings such as dimmed chandeliers and vintage furnishings contribute to the funky vibe at this west-end boîte. The jukebox

The Pilot

22 Cumberland Ave., Toronto

An area-institution for more than 60 years, the bar was named in honour of World War II pilots. Refreshingly unpretentious

The Red Room

444 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Ultra casual hangout that is a favourite of locals and University of Toronto students. A dimly-lit space decorated in red

The Rex Hotel Jazz And Blues Bar

194 Queen St. W., Toronto

This haven for the seasoned jazz lover is inhabited by regulars and hip Queen Westers. Stages about 80 shows each

The Royal Conservatory

273 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Founded in 1866, the Royal Conservatory is Canada’s most prominent institution of music and learning. Some of Canada’s most famous

The Santa Claus Parade

Santa Claus Parade Route, Toronto

A Toronto tradition since 1905. ‘Tis the season when St. Nick appears with elves, floats and costumed kids in tow.

The Second City

51 Mercer St., Toronto

For more than 50 years this sketch comedy company has presented shows reflecting world issues through original sketches and improvisation.

The Silver Dollar Room

486 Spadina Ave., Toronto

A Chicago-style blues room that hosts local and international acts. Crazy Strings takes place Wed. Call for lineup. Mon.-Sat. Cover

The Social

1100 Queen St. W., Toronto

A dark, loud venue of escape from the pretension and hype of the Queen West scene. People-watch from the sofas
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