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Over a decade ago, Elbow Room was the place to be for Toronto's west end party goers. Located in the heart of Mississauga, right across from the landmark Square One Shopping Centre, Elbow Room returns. The same owners of years ago, the same amazing weekly line up with the legendary Thursday night west end party ... Elbow Room is the space to [more]
One of the newest party places in the Durham region, Marquee Nightclub boasts a big city-inspired design and an electrifying vibe that make it a landmark of Toronto’s nightlife scene. This upscale party and event venue showcases gorgeous decorations, luxurious VIP areas, and a smoking patio that aim to offer its select clientele both comfort [more]
Inside has a vision for Toronto's nightlife scene; a vision where the worlds of music, fashion, film and art are showcased in one unique setting. Travis Agresti has created a fusion that brings "music, fashion, and art" full circle. Located in the heart of Toronto's entertainment district at 218 Richmond At. West, this tri level venue [more]
Joker Nightclub is a three story party palace crowned with Richmond Street's best rooftop patio. Experience a million dollars in sound and light! Two Patios makes Joker Nightclub your ideal summer location. How do I get to Joker? Downtown: Joker Nightclub is located at 318 Richmond St. West between Peter and John St. across the street from [more]
Afterlife Located in the heart of Toronto's entertainment district, AfterLife has three floors that will satisfy all forms of heavenly desires. Make the decent to the Underworld, dance in Limbo, enjoy Paradise, or take a breath in the Garden of Eden. Check out Dj Carlo Simone and Lil Pete in the Underworld, Friday nights at [more]
CLOSED · Originally part of the Vancouver Organ Grinder Ltd. · Brandy's, Scotland Yard and Delaney's Old Place under same ownership. · Later part of the Keg Restaurant Chain, along with the Old Spaghetti Factory. · The Organ Grinder was famous for its 1200-pipe Wurlitzer organ, played by organist Don Thompson from 1975 to 1982. [more]