16 Trinity St., TorontoOld Victorian charm meets the city’s elite at this upscale nightclub lounge. Historical flourishes mingle with modern touches, such as
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292 Brunswick Ave., Toronto
365 King St. W., TorontoIn the heart of the Entertainment District, this lively bar is a casual, come-as-you-are environment, complete with dim lighting and
270 Adelaide St. W., TorontoTwo storeys, both cosy, with upholstered chairs for lounging, fireplaces and throw rugs. No dance floor, but the DJ’s range
444 Yonge St., TorontoBoutique bridal event showcases gowns, flowers, caterers, cakes and more. Held in January. Admission $20. Visit the website for more
607 College St., TorontoSwagged asian silk fabric overhead, burnt-orange benches and low stools nurture the urge to lounge among the young and stylish.
350 King St. W., TorontoThe year-round home of the Toronto International Film Festival is a five-storey complex with five public theatres, two galleries and
471 Richmond St., TorontoAn intimate upscale lounge with a fun party atmosphere. Ultra modern space—fiery orange ceiling, aluminum bar and bamboo floors—sets the
506 Bloor St. W., TorontoAnnual event showcasing new and award-winning horror, sci-fi, fantasy, action, animated and cult films from around the world. Held in
Rogers Centre, 1 Blue Jays Way, TorontoNorth America’s oldest professional football club. The team has won 15 Grey Cup championships. Tickets $23-$85; call to buy. For
Rogers Centre, 1 Blue Jays Way, TorontoToronto’s Major League Baseball team plays regular season games. Tickets $11-$210; call to buy.
1570 Yonge St., TorontoLed by music director Mark Vuorinen, the choir’s repertoire includes works from the Renaissance and Baroque period.
170 Princes Blvd., TorontoThe city’s Major League Soccer (MLS) team is the league’s 13th team and the first outside of the U.S. Catch
100 Princes' Blvd., TorontoCountry’s largest boat show with more than 1,500 new boat models, marine products and services. Plus free boat rides, a
60 Simcoe St., TorontoWorld-renowned large vocal ensemble.
5040 Yonge St., TorontoThe orchestra in residence of the Toronto Centre for the Arts, led by conductor Uri Mayer.
40 Bay St., TorontoToronto’s favourite lacrosse team in the National Lacrosse League. Call to buy tickets.
80 Queen's Park Crescent, TorontoA festival of chamber music and opera with concerts, classes, lectures and workshops. Performances held at Koerner Hall at the
60 Simcoe St., TorontoLed by music director Peter Oundjian, the ensemble offers regular performances at Roy Thomson Hall, which also broadcasts on CBC
235 Queens Quay W., TorontoThe largest event of its kind in North America sees more than 100 exhibitors showcase the variety of vegetables and