Directly accessible down the alleyway from The Fifth’s main entrance, CABIN FIVE is Toronto’s newest party bar, launched in September 2009.
The ambience is very welcoming, helped by the warm, inviting décor which is equal parts ‘Aspen Chic’ and ‘Northern Canadiana’.
The walls are covered in rough timber. The room is dominated by two rustic wooden bars with back bars being created out of original pine windows and lit with turn of the century coach lights.
In the middle of the dance floor a unique wood wagon sits converted into a draft beer station, behind it a fireplace with an old thick piece of lumber for a mantle, moose antlers above and… cowhides on the walls, a stage built with old cedar railings, and antique tools/ toys/ trinquets throughout.
If you’re tired of the same old club scene with its overpriced drinks and doormen with attitude, then Cabin Five is the place for you. It’s a no-nonsense party bar that puts a premium on fun rather than worrying about velvet ropes.
225 Richmond Street, Toronto, M5V1W2
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