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C’est What?

67 Front St. E., Toronto

Comfortable brew pub with a wide selection of local craft beer (35 taps), wine and whiskies. Multi-ethnic menu served until

CC Lounge

45 Front St. E., Toronto

A historic 1864 heritage building is the home of this prohibition-style speakeasy lounge. A 10-foot tall birdcage with cabaret style

1812 Lounge

550 Wellington St. W., Toronto

Renaissance paintings, muskets and a Union Jack serve as art at this sleek and sophisticated lounge that’s tucked away in

2 Cats

569 King St. W., Toronto

This chic spot is a great place to chill in the bustling King West neighbourhood. Perfect for fans of the

3030 Dundas West

3030 Dundas St. W.

This sprawling space in the Junction comes to life every night, and especially on the weekend, with locals seeking more

Absolute Comedy

2335 Yonge St., Toronto

Comedy club in the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood with a 250-seat capacity. Performers from across North America. Wed.: Pro/AM Night,

Alleycatz Live Jazz Bar

2409 Yonge St., Toronto

Exposed brick and dark wood lends to the upscale ambience of this Yonge & Eg hangout. Nightly shows in a

Amadeus Choir

62 Orchard Park Drive, Toronto

Founded in 1975, this ensemble performs works by Canadian and international composers. Tickets $40-$45. Visit the website for show schedule

Andy Poolhall

489 College St., Toronto

Colourful and groovy retro-inspired venue in Little Italy features brightly painted walls, pool tables, and bubble chairs while flamboyant energy

Arc Ensemble

273 Bloor Street W., Toronto

Artists of The Royal Conservatory (ARC Ensemble) are led by artistic director Simon Wynberg. Performance group composed of senior faculty

Art Of Time Ensemble

231 Queens Quay W., Toronto

Led by artistic director Andrew Burashko, music ensemble performs concerts that bridge classical music with popular music, film, literature and

Ballet Creole

375 Dovercourt Rd., Toronto

Dance company specialized in traditional and contemporary dance and music from the Caribbean and Africa.

Bar Italia

582 College St., Toronto

A longtime staple on College Street. The image and interior are upscale, but the attitude is refreshingly low-key. Main floor

Barchef

472 Queen St. W., Toronto

Toronto’s go-to lounge for innovative, molecular-style drinks—among them the signature vanilla hickory smoked Manhattan—as well as decadent takes on cocktails

Bass Pro Mills

1 Bass Pro Mills Dr., Vaughan

A retail mecca for the outdoor sportsmen with all the gear, accessories and apparel anyone can imagine for fishing (including

Bloke & 4th

401 King St. W., Toronto

Swanky resto-lounge and late-night venue boasts a long menu of fresh “social” appetizers—meant for sharing while you imbibe specialty cocktails

Blondie’s

1378 Queen St. W., Toronto

Independent café in the increasingly trendy Parkdale neighbourhood transforms into a busy club after the sun goes down. The decor

Boots ‘n’ Bourbon

725 Queen St. E., Toronto

This western-themed watering hole packs a whole lot of fun: free line dancing lessons, country-style karaoke, a boozy slush machine,

Boutique Bar

506 Church St., Toronto

Mixologist Julien Salomone’s cozy sipping spot emphasizes an ever changing selection of cocktails made with fresh, seasonal ingredients, as well

Bovine Sex Club

542 Queen St. W., Toronto

You can’t miss the junk-art awning adorned with chairs, hubcaps and old 45s. Decor is recycled industrial materials, music is
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