Toronto may not be anywhere close to the ocean, but Cove thirtyone surely gets you closer. The sultry and sleek club located on Mercer street provides a nightlife experience to gorgeous young-professionals in their 20s and 30s with a more mature sensibility, looking for a night out on the town away from the venues hosting rowdier crowds of drinkers. Inspired by the European club scene in places like Ibiza, Greece and other hot summer destinations for the sophisticated partylover, this venue mimics an under the ocean paradise with its soft lighting, purple, green and pink hues, and flowing lamps that hang above seating areas and VIP tables. Get dressed in your absolute best and prepare to see and be seen at this club that offers the best of the good life.
Cove thirtyone throws some of the hottest parties around on the weekend. Fridays are occupied by the OverUnder event that takes over everyone’s weekend plans and has varying themes, like Sex and Chocolate. Free entry to anyone on the guestlist before 11:30 PM so sign up and get there. Splurge for an amazing night out and grab a bottle of Ciroc, on special for $200 these nights only. Depending on the season, these Friday night events are themed, like the close to Christmas party appropriately dubbed Mischief and Mistletoe. Check out Experience every Saturday night. The guest list for these events fills up quickly and booths sell out to those willing to drop a little more for a great night out. Parties have featured sushi for those with booth reservations and special visiting DJs, like Montreal’s DJ Carl Muren, who stopped in to close out Movember. As an added bonus, renowned DJ Hennie V drops in from time to time to take over the turntables. If he can get Paris Hilton and Lady Gaga moving, he’ll get you in no time.
Cove thirtyone offers the perfect club venue and themes for a night that perfectly combines class with a little bit of debauchery. One night will leave you addicted to the exclusive and gorgeous clientele, beautiful ambiance and delicious cocktails. We wouldn’t be surprised to see you here every weekend.