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BAR 244

244 Adelaide Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada

416 599 2442

One of the wildest night clubs in the Adelaide district, Bar 244 is a versatile double-level venue with four different rooms, each playing great music. Serving delicious cocktails and cold brews, Bar 244 represents the perfect spot for chill after work reunions or happy hour. Late in the night it turns into one of Toronto’s hottest party [more]

Screen Lounge

20 College Stree West, Toronto Ontario Canada

647-351-2040

Screen Lounge is an independently operated social dining venue that was and created to excite the senses and provide our guests with a tasty and visual social dining experience. Directly located in the heart of the Downtown-Yonge district, Screen Lounge features a 3,000 sq ft level main floor (second floor above the historic Fran's [more]

Hard Rock Cafe

279 Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada

416-362-3636

Hard Rock Cafe A great rockin' meeting place - the Hard Rock Cafe Toronto! Located directly across from the massive Eaton Centre department store mall, our memorabilia-stocked restaurant serves up distinctive meals and refreshing beverages for any rocker with a taste for diversity. So roll on in and get ready to rock the night away at Toronto's [more]

Studio Bar

824 Dundas St. W., Toronto Ontario Canada

Studio Bar is an arts space, private events venue, and restaurant located in Toronto, on the city's up and coming Dundas West Strip. We offer up a fine selection of spirits, 9 beers on tap, and a delicious array of tasty bar snacks and tapas. As well as offering top rate service and high quality foods, our goal is to provide a much needed [more]

Harlem

67 Richmond Street East @ Chur, Toronto Ontario Canada

(416) 368-1920

REVIEW Anyone seeking a moment of relaxation, while still embracing the Caribana spirit, should venture east of Yonge Street to a tucked-away restaurant and lounge aptly named Harlem. Yes indeed, there is nightlife and diversion east of Yonge Street down Richmond way. Only a few blocks away from the packed clubs in the entertainment [more]

Jeremiah Bullfrogs

225 Queen Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada

416-977-0611

An old bar with a new look and a bold new attitude! Renevated in 2006 by Food TV's "Restaraunt Makeover" half a block West of Osgoode Tube Station Amazing food! sleek, cool, urban atmosphere [more]

Sneaky Dees

431 College St., Toronto Ontario Canada

(416) 603-3090

Sneaky Dee's is a Toronto institution, best known for the bands that played there during Toronto's last music heyday in the late 1970s. Today it continues to be a popular place for both veteran and up-and-coming acts who play in the up-stairs room. The menu has a strong Mexican flavour, plus the usual pub fare and a good selection of beers on tap. [more]

Victory Sports Bar & Grill

244 Adelaide St. West, Toronto Ontario Canada

The Victory Sports Bar and Grill Experience...one taste of Victory and you'll be hooked. The key to Victory - the best of everything. 50-inch Plasmas and 60-inch Liquid Crystal Displays puts you front and centre for all the games brought to you in High Definition. The game is not only on the screen, but also on the menu as chef Paul Weekes brings [more]

Laide Lounge

138 Adelaide Street East, Toronto Ontario Canada

416 850 2726

Laide is the essence of comfort, a laid-back atmosphere heightened by enticing visual touches of erotica. Sit around the cozy bar or snuggle up in our private booths there is a perfect spot for whatever you mood desires. Sip a martini, a glass of wine or even a bottle of Labatt 50 there is something for everyone! www.laide.ca [more]

Spice Route

499 King Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada

416-849-1808

Spice Route In the beginning, Toronto’s club scene had two gods: Charles Khabouth and Nick Di Donato. After years of one-upmanship (properties like Khabouth’s Ultra competing with Di Donato’s C Lounge and so forth), the rivals joined forces to create Queen West’s energy drink–drenched hot spot, Tattoo Rock Parlour, an instant classic [more]