165 East Liberty St., TorontoLocated in a former artillery factory, this pub brings the spirit of Ireland to Liberty Village. Brick interior with large
Entertainment & Nightlife
499 Church St., TorontoMixed, gay-positive crowd enjoys the martini bar after work and into the evening. The other side of the room is
225 Richmond St. W., TorontoA no-fuss party space set in rustic Canadiana environs. Animal hides, leather club chairs, old wooden trunks, bar stools covered
1296 Queen St. W., TorontoWith classic pub food on the menu and renowned live entertainment, this Parkdale joint is for those looking to kick
408 Queen St. W., TorontoFor more than 20 years, this laid-back watering hole has been a favourite with hipsters and art school students. Creations
1173 Dundas St. W., TorontoNamed for a rock climbing base camp at Yosemite National Park, this watering hole is awash in wood. A predominantly
516 Lawrence Ave., TorontoSpecializes in outfitting their customer for all seasons in the great outdoors: clothing, essentials, bedding, equipment, backpacks, storage, rainwear, toiletries
5100 Yonge St., TorontoCelebrate Canada’s birthday with fireworks and live entertainment. Held on July 1st every year. Free admission.
TorontoConferences, trade expositions, award shows and more featuring over 900 artists. Music legends inducted to the Canadian Broadcast Industry Hall
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, TorontoThe largest producer of opera in Canada and one of the largest in North America. Performances take place at the
5899 Rama Rd., RamaMore than 2,500 slot machines, 110 gaming tables plus a poker room. Ten restaurants and a 5,000-seat entertainment centre. Casino
45 Front St. E., TorontoThis whisky bar and supper club in the heart of Old Town Toronto has a posh throwback vibe, complete with
45 Front St. E., TorontoA historic 1864 heritage building is the home of this prohibition-style speakeasy lounge. A 10-foot tall birdcage with cabaret style
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.
275 Cherry St., TorontoOriginally a turn-of-the-century bank, this mainstay of the Toronto Portlands has been in operation as a restaurant and entertainment venue
82 Bathurst St., TorontoEverything here is made completely of ice including seats, tables, bars, and even the glasses from which to sip creative
504 Church St., TorontoA good sense of humour is a must for this spot—it is a gay bar with a prevailing religious theme
463 Bathurst St., TorontoLong-standing film screening and lecture series features movies, cartoons, documentaries and random cinematic oddities, complete with talks by operator Reg
350 King Street West, TorontoAnnual celebration of French language cinema. More than 40 feature films presented. Held in March. Single tickets $12, student/seniors $10.
350 King Street West, TorontoClassic, new and avant-garde films. Adult $12, senior/student $9.50.