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The city of Toronto is the cultural, entertainment, and financial capital of Canada. It is also home to over 60 dance companies, multiple theatre companies, and a plethora of art galleries. If the artsy stuff isn't your thing fear not, the Toronto nightlife scene is something to behold , bars, clubs, lounges, they got it all including the world renowned Toronto film festival. Toronto also could not be a true Canadian city without a little hockey, or in this case a lot of it. Toronto is home to the Toronto Maple Leafs professional ice hockey team, an NHL original six team. So whether its sports, art, or just looking for a good time, Toronto has got everything.
Bars and Date Spots:
461 King St W
Toronto M5V 1K7
If you like to take shots while you're taking shots, then hit up Spin. They've taken 12k sqft of space and filled it with a dozen ping pong tables and two bars, putting out cocktails, draft beers, and tallboys of Muskoka Cream Ale. Smack-dab in the heart of King West. Spin Toronto does not offer much in the way off food but if you're hungry for entertainment, Spin is the place to be. But with all the space it can't just be ping pong, Spin has a large dance floor and feature almost nightly music from popular DJ"S both local and international.
55 Bloor Street W
Toronto M4W 1A5
Packing one of the best views in the city from its 51st floor location on top of the Manulife Centre, Panorama throws out a sleek modern vibe with well-crafted cocktails (incl. a menu of frozen) and tap beers (like Hogaarden and Steam Whistle) that you can drink while looking out over Lake Ontario. But drinks and a great view aren't all that this top notch lounge has to offer, they also offer a menu created by world renowned Executive Chef Zach Jacobs. Aside from the amazing view coupled with great food and drinks the Panorama View has also become a popular spot for love struck gentlemen to pop the question to their one and only.
370 Queen St W
Toronto M5V 2A2
The Horseshoe may sound like the perfect place to get lucky, but it's much much more than that -- in fact, history alone makes this bar worth the visit, never mind the countless iconic acts that have graced the stage of this Queen West institution. Since its opening in 1947, the spot's seen Stompin' Tom Connors, The Police, Blue Rodeo (!), The Bare-naked Ladies, Rheostatics, The Strokes, and Joel Plasket, to name a few. The relaxed front bar often host’s neighborhood regulars, with the back bar taking the big name acts. So if you are just looking to grab a drink or rock out the Horseshoe Lounge is must stop spot when in Toronto
1150 Queen St W
Toronto M6J 1J3
A legendary landmark in the city, The Drake wraps up a café, resto, lounge, club, and the hotel itself into one package. The real gem, though, is the rooftop patio bar, serving up a great view of the Queen West district along with drinks like Shock Top Belgian ale, drafts from local microbrewery Mill Street, and a Negroni from their barrel-aged cocktail list.
It doesn’t matter if you are staying in the hotel or not, The Drake Hotel is a great entertainment destination for anyone traveling or living in Toronto.
431 College St
Toronto M5T 1T1
Announcing itself as the most iconic dive in Toronto, Sneeky Dee's dark space is totally covered in graffiti to give off that old school rock vibe that the locals have come to know and love, and has two floors for live shows, DJ's,and dancing. Now when it comes to beers, who in their right mind can argue with $3 across the board, and if you are feeling a rumbling in your stomach, their nacho plates have become the stuff of legend around Toronto. Sneeky Dee's has built itself a well-deserved reputation in the local music scene, and one of the coolest things is that it was featured in the hit Michael Cera film , "Scott Pilgrim VS The World." So come on by and enjoy some tunes, and hopefully no evil ex's will show up.
58 The Esplanade
Toronto M5E 1R2
Bier Markt proudly boasts one of the most extensive beer menus in the city over 150 brands from 30 countries. Bier Markt serves them all via a special three-gas blend used to push the brews from keg to tap, meaning it will never come into contact with oxygen (which is ironic seeing as you'll likely be inhaling it). The space itself has an old-world Belgian feel too, with brass fittings sitting alongside bentwood chairs, and a dark, classy atmosphere. So beer lovers rejoice in the greatness that is Bier Markt, and get this, they have four locations in the Toronto area, so no matter where you are Bier Markt will be there to make sure you have a cold frosty brew on hand.
499 King St W
Toronto M5V 1K4
If you are looking for a little taste of the Orient while visiting Toronto than be sure to check out The Spice Route Asian Bistro. The beautiful shaded patio gives way to an impressive Asian style wood decor inside. The Spice Route offers a wide selection of Sake as well as a great menu of specialty martinis. The food menu is just as diverse as the Asian culture, but as the name indicates be prepared for a lot of spice added to make you sweat. Then once the food and sake are gone kick back and relax while you sip on one of The Spice Route's delicious teas from their extensive tea menu.
1181 Dundas St W
Toronto M6J 1X4
If craft beer is your thing then be sure to make your way down to Dundas St and Get Well. Featuring an impressive selection of craft beers from around the world that is always changing, but the one constant on that list is their own in house brew. Think it can’t get any better, well you're wrong, Get Well also features a huge number of old school arcade games like Pac man, Tetris, and pinball, but here’s the kicker, all the games are FREE to play. With reasonable prices on a great selection of beers and free games to play, there is hardly a reason not to go to Get Well.
Air Canada Center
If there was ever a sports arena with a sports team that is the stuff of legends than it would be the Air Canada Center and The Toronto Maple Leafs. Although the arena may have changed names a few times this Canadian favorite hockey club has been setting records since 1926. Boasting an impressive 13 Stanley Cup Championships they are second only to their rival the Montreal Canadians. Even though they haven’t held the cup since 1967 and are currently holding the record for longest cup drought, The Maple Leafs are never one to be counted out, just ask the fans because they are reputed to be the most diehard hockey fans in the world. So grab your family of grab your buddies and get seats at the Air Canada Center and witness the historic Maple Leafs on their quest to reclaim the cup.
651 Yonge St., Toronto
If you are looking for a little culture while in Toronto then get yourself to the Panasonic Theatre. Although this theatre has seen many owners and gone through multiple renovations it still stands as one of the premiere theatres in Toronto. Many a traveling Broadway show has graced the stage of the Panasonic theatre, and continue to do so. Surrounded by shopping boutiques, bars, and restaurants the Panasonic Theatre is a great place to catch a show with your date either before or after you grab a bite and a drink.
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Toronto is Canada’s largest city, home to nearly 3 million people, and is a global center for business, finance, the arts, and culture. Experience celebrated accommodations, highlighted annually during the Toronto Film Festival. From the Victorian architectural treasures, through time to Yorkville, enjoy this magnificent metropolis.
Toronto Bars and Date Spots
10 Temperance St
Toronto, ON M5H 1Y4
Fish and oyster come first. Award winning bartenders help make this a dining and drinks destination. Located in the Financial District, come here for a perfect meet and meal, and savor the amazing cocktail creations. Fresh and delicious seafood and of course traditional favorites, are complemented by excellent service and ambience.
66 Wellington St W
Toronto, ON M5K 1H6
Oliver & Bonacini’s critically acclaimed restaurant sits perched atop the Toronto Dominion’s financial palace, Canoe offers unparalleled views and impeccable service. The menu is an homage to Canada itself, with savory offerings cooked and served to perfection in a rich, raw setting. Take a tour through Canada’s best with a well curated menu, including desserts and expert wine selections. Recommendations are recommended to acquire the best tables at this true date spot.
Mill St. Brew Pub
21 Tank House Ln
Toronto, ON M5A 3C4
The Mill Street line of craft beers is brewed on site, in this beautiful part of Toronto in the historic Distillery district. The Mill Street Brewery is a well-known favorite, and even includes a new offering of a certified organic lager. However, come for the classic Tankhouse Ale, Stock Ale, and Coffee Porter, and enjoy the full menu of complementary tastes. If you come during summer there is a great patio, or visit the Hall to drink directly from the brewery itself.
473 Adelaide St W
Toronto, ON M5V 1T1
Superior design sets the stage for the best EDM music scene in town. Set with original industrial fittings, LED lighting system, and perfect audio, dance to some the hottest DJs, and enjoy VIP treatment in the spacious banquette you reserve. Music comes to color and dancers come to life in this unique setting.
15 Saskatchewan Rd
Toronto, ON M6K 3C3
Imagine luxury, style, and unsurpassed service, and you are here. Indulge in an elite nightclub experience, with premium bottle service, private suites, and even a champagne-fueled beauty lounge for the ladies. Relax as the music fills your soul, and dance the night away under a 60-foot high classical glass dome. Impressive.