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Bar 244

244 Adelaide Street , in Entertainment District, Toronto

BAR 244 is a classic bar and restaurant located in Toronto's entertainment district, which transforms to an intimate nightclub every Friday and Saturday night. Our venue boasts 2 levels and 2 rooms of which the main floor maintains a relaxed atmosphere for a drink or for dinner, whether at our friendly bar or from our Tapas Grill Menu. The lower level is where your party begins every night of the weekend. is floor also has 2 rooms with an open concept where the DJ controls the crowd.

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XO Karaoke

693 Bloor Street West , Toronto

XO Karaoke Bar was established in 2000 and has quickly grown to host a catalogue of over 500.000 songs. With a selection of contemporary popular music and old favourites in English, Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Tagalog, it's hard to find a song we don't have! We also update our song lists every month, so our giant screens are always on fresh content.

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Brass Taps Pizza Pub

493 Danforth Avenue , Toronto

Proof Vodka Bar

220 Bloor Street West , Toronto

Proof the Vodka Bar at the Intercontinental Toronto Yorkville is the perfect lounge for after-work cocktails, light bites and comfortable and sleek social gathering areas. Featuring a vast selection of vodkas from around the world, we are known for some of the best martinis and exotic cocktails. For weekend fun, check out our resident DJ that fills the room with eclectic sounds. Available for special events and private parties.

Skylounge redefines patio dining with an elegant and chic oasis just steps from the bustling Bloor Street. This hip, outdoor restaurant offers seasonal summer bites and cocktails.

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Kramer's Bar & Grill

1915 Yonge Street , Toronto

Directly across from Davisville station, Kramers has become a neigbourhood landmark for top flight pub food, friendly service, entertainment and patio life.

Kramer's menu offers a great selection of house crafted appetizers, sandwiches and entrees. On weekends Kramer's offers an outstanding brunch menu featuring the best Eggs Benny on Yonge Street.

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Shark Club Sports Bar & Grill

10 Dundas Street E , Toronto

Twice-voted Canada's Best Sports Bar, Shark Club Sports Bar & Grill has opened its first Eastern Canada location in the dynamic northeast corner of Yonge Street and Dundas Street. 3rd level, 10 Dundas East. Featuring great food and drink specials, this new and unmatched design has everything to make the game great, including a 90’ long full colour sports ticker, a massive 15’6” big screen TV and an additional 57 LED TV’s for a great view of the game from any of our 210 seats.

Shark Club is the ultimate sports bar experience. With a modern atmosphere, sophisticated food, great cocktails and exceptional service. Bring your clients for lunch, grab some friends for a round at happy hour, catch the big game and stay for the high energy late night atmosphere.

Welcome to the Sports Bar Revlolut

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Toronto Bars that are Editor-Approved and User-Voted

Are you seeking an upscale establishment, a sweaty basement, the latest country-western saloon, or just a hole in the wall downtown? Do you realize how many bars are currently operating in Toronto? How many are serving craft brews like it’s their civic duty? It’s an unprecedented number. That's why we make sure only Toronto bars that are worthy of wetting the ol’ whistle make the cut. You think we’d just throw together a random list for shits and giggles and call it a day? Never.

Our editors approve every place that creates a profile on BLC and highlights the top most popular bars voted by you below so you don’t have to do all the digging or infinite scrolling. We understand the mind-numbing pain that comes with sifting through a listing page that has zero thought behind it. We're just trying to make that process a little easier.

Toronto Live Music Bars

While we're on the topic, it may be scientifically proven that Toronto bars and live music go hand-in-hand. You know the phenomenon we’re talking about – going out for a couple beers and ending the evening belting out whatever tunes you're capable of slurring.

While nightclubs and concert venues in Toronto offer a different type of energy that's unmatched, sometimes all you need is a dimly lit bar and an unknown artist singing directly to you to cap off the evening. That’s why we also keep you in the loop for events taking place in Toronto.


The Recognized Badge is like a medal of distinction. It means they've got a certain attribute that makes them stand out. Hover over the badge to see how a place made its mark.

The Orbit Room

College Street , Toronto


One more watering hole. Probably will last a few months an fodd like so many others. However, this story unlike most this story harkens back to the mid 60's when club like le coq Do'r, the colonal, lcub bluenote and other hosted live entertainment that had thier own sound, thier own vibe and thier faithfull follower

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1096 Queen Street West , Toronto

Rooted in tradition yet inspired by the contemporary, Nyood Restaurant is a celebration of food as it was intended to be experienced. Nyood’s seasonal cuisine highlights the beauty found within simplicity. Each dish can be shared or solely enjoyed.

Inspired by abandoned mansions and forgotten memories, Nyood Bar is a beautiful playground designed for chic, fashion-forward patrons who wish to enjoy the club’s eclectic lighting, music and cocktails. Sharp and stylish is the unwritten dress code.

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Black Bull Hotel & Tavern

298 Queen Street , Toronto

Located on the northeast corner of Queen and Soho, the Black Bull is as much of a fixture in this cool 'hood as the tourists and trendanistas -- probably the reason why it's always busy with brewsters.

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There are all kinds of bars in Toronto. In such a diverse city, Toronto bars offer something for everyone where often the smallest holes in the wall turn out to be the finest gems. But there’s something for everyone, from dive bars to authentic European pubs, live music venues, upscale lounges, or fetish bars where damn near anything goes.

Just because you waited in line for an hour to get in or are paying for overpriced craft brews doesn’t necessarily mean you’re wetting your whistle inside one of "Toronto’s best bars." It’s all a matter of the atmosphere, type of crowd and how much you’re looking to spend. Check out our complete Toronto bar guide for a list of awesome places throughout the city.