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Spread across three levels, Fly Nightclub is a popular gay nightclub that welcomes everyone. Opened in 1999, this premier club has local, regional, domestic and international DJs setting the floor on fire. It features two balconies, lounge areas, a great sound system, eclectic lighting and a huge dance floor.
Slack's Restaurant and Bar is the city's " only true women's bar ". Explore a range of options: sip on martinis, meet hot singles or get drunk on pints of beer during their themed nights, groove to the beats churned out by the resident DJs or witness a live gig among other things. On their platter are delicious appetizers, crunchy caesar salads, mouthwatering sandwiches, cheese stuffed pastas and appetizing entrées. Homemade desserts like chocolate cheesecake, apple crumble, strawberry and passion fruit gelato are, indeed, a slice of heaven on earth! You can also host your private or business dinners and parties at this venue. Check website for more details.
For everything from an intimate evening with friends to a huge, wild party, Club V is a night club and lounge that gives the feeling of a VIP cloud for jet- setting A-listers. The club is available for rent and features weekly themed party nights.
Imagine a gay bar so entertaining that tour buses from out of town stop by for the Sunday night drag show. Situated between Yonge Street and Jarvis, the bar also serves as a neighborhood gathering place for locals, especially in the afternoon, when they can chat without too much background noise. And Saturday afternoon, it's bingo time with a twist with Sister Bedelia, a perfect prelude to the Saturday night dance marathon.
Not too many places can combine hot salsa dancing with dining just as exquisitely, but this Latin club-restaurant does just that. Patrons come for the Seared Sea Bass and stay for the meringue being dished out on the dance floor. The menu crosses several national boundaries, with grilled breads like lavash, crostini and roasted red pepper, Grilled New York Striploin, Grilled Salmon and a Smoked Chicken Fusilli.
Carabet, pool tables, music, dance, swimming pool and a lively gay scene, Zipperz / Cellblock encompasses each and provides unparalleled entertainment to its stylish patrons. Its theme nights offer free games of pool, classical music by famous piano players and enthralling carabet acts. On other nights, guests can watch drag shows, which are acclaimed as one of the best in Toronto, or tap their feet on the sleek stainless steel dance floor while renowned DJs spin popular tracks. And if you are tired of the performing arts, take a dip in their cool swimming pool or lounge next to it with a mug of beer while you make new friends. This bar is definitely the place to go if you're looking for a trendy party or an active dating scene.
If the entire day of sightseeing has not excited you enough, then an evening at Filmores Gentlemen's Club is sure to raise your spirits. At this lap dancing and strip club, a host of themed nights, exotic food and drinks are offered for the guest's entertainment. The club is always booked by the party goers who want to celebrate stag parties and other private events in this adventurous style. To know more about this venue, check their website.
Considered to be one of the city's finest Blues venue, The Silver Dollar Club is home to a huge number of blues, jazz, country, rock, bluegrass, pop and other gigs that it hosts from time to time. The walls are adorned with murals of famous Blues artistes all through its history making for a perfect setting to tune your 'blue' strings in. Celebrating over 50 years of existence, the club has hosted bands like Powder Blues, The Grascals, the Creaking Tree String Quartet, Deadly Snakes and others over the years. Munch on freshly made fries with gravy, thin crust pepperoni pizzas, grilled sandwiches, cheese stuffed sticks with spicy sauce or nachos with vegetables and cream as you enjoy the weekly music shows. The venue can also be hired for hosting private events. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events at this classic club.
The focal point at the intersection of College and Spadina, this fully licensed after-hours club is the cushion lying between Kensington Market and the University of Toronto campus. A brave mix of local talent complements a play list that has everything from reggae to acid jazz. Hip-hop Wednesdays and "trance" Thursdays start the weekend of live music that includes a sunrise jam session on Sunday mornings. It's definitely for those who are still hopping come 3am. Comfort Zone stays true to its name as it was voted Toronto's "Best Chill-Out Club" by The Eye Magazine.
Owned by and named after former Ottawa Rough Rider football star Jerry "Soupy" Campbell, Stoopy's is located in the Moss Park area east of Yonge and Dundas. It is exactly what you'd expect; a tribute to football, specifically the one played in the Canadian Football League. The decor consists of Canadian Football paraphernalia, photos of players in mud up to their hips, and a glimpse into the history of the Canadian Football League. The food is a pub menu all the way, with pizzas, burgers, wings, fish and chips, and ribs. A perfect place for Sports fan and movie buffs as Stoopy's was even used as a location for the movie "Cocktail."
A down-to-earth Tex-Mex spot on Bloor West, this is the kind of place where jocks, academics and business types put all pretensions aside for a good time. There's a jukebox, pool table, couple of TVs and no attitude. It's dark and friendly with plenty of fake cactus plants and cowskin-covered chairs. The food is Tex-Mex with some pub grub thrown in for those who can't take the chili peppers. A good place to meet before embarking on an extended night of fun, or to end your evening with a late snack.
Are you a fan of Alternative Rock? Then Neutral is where you should be! With its extensive line-up of live gigs, and DJs dishing out foot thumping retro, goth, industrial music among other genres, you will never be bored. And if that's not enough, you can lounge around at their modest bar or dance your way into the night or even attend a film or literary night! Despite being almost cave-like in appearance, the lounge comes across as intimate and casual. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.