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Toronto South and Central (Toronto) Party Places

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Muzik

15 Saskatchewan Road, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto South and Central) Canada

416-595-9998

Muzik is a stylish and luxurious nightlife venue in Toronto. It boasts over 41,000 feet of space, multiple private bars, two private lounges, an outdoor patio overlooking the lake, secluded cabanas, pools, and much, much more. Whether you want to host your own event or are after an unforgettable nightlife experience, Muzik can cater for you. [more]

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KOOL HAUS

132 QUEENS QUAY EAST, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto South and Central) Canada

Formerly known as the Warehouse Concert Venue, this is a very '90s reno on the very '80s RPM digs, Kool haus is architecturally stunning and crowded -- a pretty club that draws pretty people. Designed as the live concert extension to the neighbouring Guvernment club, this venue plays host to numerous special events and concerts. The renovated [more]

The Basement Nightspot

178 Bathurst St., Toronto, Ontario (Toronto South and Central) Canada

The Basement The Basement is an entertainment venue in Toronto catering to after-hours, gay, techno, house,rock events. Some Reseident DJ's include: Mark Oliver, Paranoid Jack, Rudee, Addy, Kenny Glasgow, el Duran, Neno, Evil P, Mute&Laki...BUZZiN.TO is an event promotions company based in Toronto, Canada. We're also the in-house booking agents [more]

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Ballet on Ossington

227A Ossington Ave, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto South and Central) Canada

(647) 528-8253 ext 1

The Ballet on Ossington has been working to redefine the nightlife experience in Toronto. The unmistakable pink neon light illuminates the sign over the door, as a beacon, enticing you to walk through the discreet entrance reminiscent of a 1920s speakeasy. Climb the long staircase and push through the doors where you will be greeted with a [more]

COBRA TORONTO

510 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto South and Central) Canada

416-361-9004

Cobra Toronto - King Street Wests Premier Dance Music Venue Discover this 5000 sq. ft. subterranean tomb like setting complete with wrought iron gargoyle torches and countless gold skulls which surround the sunken dance floor. Boasting a state of the art Alpha Dynachord sound system equipped to overwhelm the room and a premiere light [more]

Cache Lounge

469 King Street West - West of, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto South and Central) Canada

(416) 597-9421

Good Music | Good Vibe | Good People | Good Times Our address is 469 King St. West between Rodney's Oyster Bar and Brassaii Restaurant, through the alley. Just look for the MINI car dealership, we're directly across the street. We are open for business from 9:00pm on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. In the summer we will be opening at 5:00 to [more]

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Enterprise 2000

242 Cherry Street, Pier 35, ,

4165071173

"We boast the only boat on the Harbour with an Atrium so that our guests from the upper deck can look directly through onto the dance floor on the lower deck!" Fun. Unique. Social. Wild, yet Classy! [more]

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Berkeley Church

315 Queen Street East, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto South and Central) Canada

416-361-9666

Berkeley Church The Berkeley Church was built in 1871, and operated as a church until the 1950’s. At that point it served as a film studio for several decades until 1999 when we began transforming it into one of Toronto’s most interesting event venues. Despite these reincarnations, the Berkeley Church has maintained a historical [more]

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Horseshoe Tavern

370 Queen St. W., Toronto, Ontario (Toronto South and Central) Canada

416.598.4753

The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern is closing in on its 52nd anniversary as a live music venue. Originally known as a Country Roots n’ Rockabilly Music Tavern, The ‘Shoe welcomed every genre possible. [more]