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Located between Yonge and Jarvis, just south of Wellesley, this is Toronto's only drag bar and nightclub, housed under a Victorian roof. Crews & Tango, features two individual dance floors that are energized by some of the best DJs in town. Predominantly a gay bar complete with drag shows, it also showcases live music programs and theme nights. The music played here ranges from disco, retro, house, Hip Hop and R&B tunes. Plenty of space, exuberant crowd, some really awesome drinks and awesome music makes this place truly unique and a definite must-visit.
Black Eagle Toronto is a popular leather bar Church-Wellesley Village. Opened in 1994, it has an intimate cavern vibe to it with its antique light fixtures, exposed beams and life-sized gay photographs. It also regularly hosts theme nights. Black Eagle is a nice spot to meet someone new and enjoy a drink or two.
Often a bar with great ambiance is a let down when the music isn't of one's taste. The tavern type setting of the Beaver cafe dates you back to the 1970s. A perfect place where after a hard days work all you want is mates to chat to and classic rock in the background. Those remain the prime reasons why Beaver attracts a loyal crowd. The food is inexpensive and the bar features only wine and beer. Perfect for a lite lunch and drinks out so that you can go straight to bed once home.