Equipped with dazzling lights and neon-lit corners that make your nights come alive, this spacious nightclub is located a few miles outside of Toronto's city limits. Luxy Nightclub features nightly DJ events for revelers to dance the night away, and packs an incredible atmosphere with its phenomenal decor. The nightclub also offers booth packages and VIP bottle service that can be reserved prior to your visit.
Located inside the basement of Drake Hotel, Underground is famous among the party-goers and music fanatics alike. Host to a range of live music performances, concerts, gigs, film screenings and dance parties, Underground is surely the most versatile venue around. Offering a full bar, and some tit-bits to gorge on, this amazing space will surely add to the fun in your evening. To know about their upcoming schedule, keep a tab on their Facebook page.
Coda is a great place to celebrate the tail end of the night and morning. The nightclub is known for its smooth and powerful sound system, and the impressive list of underground house and techno DJs that it attracts. A night spent at Coda is usually a night with sought-after local and international DJ talent. Also the club has plenty of room to dance, a front and back bar, stools and couches for lounging, ceiling fans to keep the dance floor cool, and a snack bar.
Situated on College Street, Nest is one of the liveliest places in town and is usually crowded with college student and young 20-somethings. Dance the evening away as the DJ plays your favorite number or enjoy a few drinks with your friends at its bar, either way you will definitely enjoy being here. With frequent music nights and other entertaining events, the club makes sure there's never a dull moment.
If you're looking for a big, dark, loud, squeezed-in-to-capacity music venue, yet still want that intimate club-like atmosphere, then this twin-level space is for you. Because of its size, the Lee's Palace & The Dance Cave club attracts some of the better known alternative music names on the circuit. These include Moxy Fruvous, DJ Trevor, DJ Shannon and more. Shows for all-ages are put on during the day. Timings vary for both levels so call ahead for details.
For a refreshing night outing, head to the Revival. This chic and classy place in downtown Toronto is a one-stop spot for all your entertainment needs. You can gulp down your meal with a host of spirits, from cocktails and martinis to wines, world-class beers and even champagnes. After you have enjoyed your satisfying meal is when the true entertainment begins. There is a stage where a host of local performers are ready to rock your night. All in all, a great entertainment joint.
This downtown drinking joint is far cry away from your regular pubs and cocktail bars. Taking inspiration from the rich Asian cuisine, this Korean bar features sake, soju and other sapporo drinks. Apart from that, it also serves your regular ones like beer, vodka, wine and champagne. And, even the food menu at Wabar is not your regular pub food. You can enjoy Japanese Wadogs, tataki, special party trays and so forth. Call for details.
Aji Sai Plus Resto Lounge is a Japanese tapas restaurant that is a blend of the traditional and modern. Their bar has a nice range of authentic sake, sake infused martinis, fine spirits, wines and beers. Their oyster bar features fresh oysters from the east as well as the west coast. Savor their BBQ Squid, Deep Fried Octopus (Takoyaki), Grilled Lobster, Beef Tataki Roll, Volcano Scallop Sushi and Stir-Fried Beef Udon. It is a nice spot to hangout with friends and sway to live DJ beats.
Being housed in the historic Somerset House does not deter Wellesley Fox & Fiddle from embracing noveau concepts. Rather this pub offers a perfect blend of old world charm and new age trendiness. With 13 beer varieties to choose from, beer lovers will have no complaints; it also serves excellent food that is much better in taste and flavor than your regular pub fare. However, highlight of this place being its heated patio that is the best spot especially during winters. You can sit here and catch the latest sports matches on the large screen. And, before you tag it as a sports pub rethink! It has its own karaoke sessions, DJ parties and so forth. For event updates and other details, check website.
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.