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Cake Bar & Nightclub Promoted
Cake Bar & Nightclub

214 Adelaide Street , in Entertainment District, Toronto

The revived Adelaide & Duncan/Simcoe bar district has been screaming for a venue like this. A non-pretentious bar & nightclub with 2 levels or what we like to call layers, multi private vip booths, a true state of the art sound and light show topped with the best service available and to make your experience complete we guarantee to always have $4 Mixed Drinks | $4 Beers | $5 Imports | $100 Bottles | Free Guestlist and the best in Top 40 | Mashup | Party Anthems.

In terms of DRESS CODE, we mainly are focused on the men to make sure the amazing women who attend Cake are catered to properly. We do not accept baseball hats, men in baggy jeans and/or jeans hanging too low, as well as wife beaters or tank tops and no excessive jewellery necklaces hanging over your shirt.

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&Company Resto Bar Promoted
&Company Resto Bar

295 Enfield Place Avenue , Mississauga

Life is about the interaction between you, your circle and your environment. &Company Resto Bar, steps away from the Square One Shopping Center in Mississauga, is the local hotspot for you to feed your social appetite.

By day, Executive Chef Rob Lussier offers a contemporary twist on classic sensibilities with a delectable assortment of seasonal cuisine. By night, &Company transitions into an exhilarating nightlife experience facilitated by world-class DJ's, exclusive events and premium cocktails from the city's top mixologists.

Life's better when you're in good company.

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Hard Rock Cafe

279 Yonge Street , Toronto

"Toronto" is an aboriginal word meaning "place of meeting." What an appropriate name for the most culturally diverse city in North America, plus the location of yet another great rockin' meeting place - the Hard Rock Cafe Toronto! Located directly across from the massive Eaton Centre department store mall, our memorabilia-stocked restaurant serves up distinctive meals and refreshing beverages for any rocker with a taste for diversity. So roll on in and get ready to rock the night away at Toronto's bustling Hard Rock Cafe.

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Velvet Underground

510  Queen Street West , Toronto

The Velvet Underground is Toronto’s choice for alternative rock and an intimate environment. From their pool tables to their two full bars, this venue is sure to be nothing like anything else. The Velvet features live music and club nights five times a week; featuring the best in new and alternative rock.

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Bloke & 4th

401 King Street , in King West, Toronto

Bloke & 4th is a distinguished fusion of globally inspired social dining and exclusive lounging. The resto-lounge is warm, yet sophisticated and boasts 2 wings. The East wing ‘Bloke’ is a stylish lounge that represents a space where urban sophistication meets artistic design and comfort. The West wing ‘4th’ is a restaurant that features globally inspired menu offerings reinvented 4 times a year with emphasis on local and seasonal ingredients. Both wings of the venue gracefully morph into one ‘Bloke & 4th’ as the evening ensues and the dining finishes.

Bloke & 4th has opened its doors to the much anticipated, unprecedented social dining experience.

Situated at King & Spadina and hosting over 6,000 sq feet of sophisticated elegance, this unparalleled venue is a distinguished fusion of exclusive dining, interactive lounge and reputable services

Executive chefs Adrian Niman & Alex Burgess create culinary bliss with“4th”; a seasonally inspired menu consisting of global flavours, local ingredients and modern twists on textures and temperatures

King West’s lastest addition, Bloke & 4th.

East Wing: Bloke
8 VIP Tables

West Wing: 4th
80 Seats
3 Private Dining Sections, each accommodating 15-30+ Guests

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Vogue Supper Club

42 Mowat Avenue , Toronto

Vogue Supperclub is tastefully, established, trendy, urban-chic hidden gem, located in the beautiful area of Liberty Village

Come experience our amazing new lunch menu! All items are only $12!! We are open Monday to Friday from 11am to 3pm so come by and check us out!

Can't make it for lunch?

Don't forget! We are open every Friday and Saturday for dinner. Whether its a group of two or 20 we are your spot for a weekend out with amazing food and drinks all around.

Reservations and walk ins welcome!

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Editor-Approved Toronto Nightclubs

Toronto is the fifth largest city in North America, so if you’re going out clubbing you’ve got your fair share of line-waiting, bouncer-maneuvering and dress-code matching to do. You shouldn’t spend time and effort getting ready for a nightclub that’s going to disappoint. If you must stand in a lineup just so you can sip vodka-crans until last call then that establishment better provide value. And you know exactly what that entails. A sound system that gets deep into your pores, a solid DJ that knows how to command a room, a crowd that enhances the experience, and more than one toilet.

The problem isn’t so much that Toronto lacks these types of nightclubs but that there are countless to choose from. And quite frankly, nobody has time to scroll through an impossible directory and guesstimate where to attend. That’s why our editors approve every place that’s listed on BLC and in turn highlights the top most popular nightclubs voted by you below. We prefer to cut to the chase.

Downtown Toronto Entertainment District

The vast majority of Toronto nightclubs are located in the downtown entertainment district centered on King Street West between Spadina and University Avenue. This is the area to find events hosting local and international DJs or well-known artists making surprise appearances. This is also the neighbourhood to find clothing stores in Toronto selling that freakum dress. But since it’s hard enough to decide on a notable nightclub, we also provide a detailed listing of events taking place in the city.

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The Hoxton

69 Bathurst Street , Toronto

The Hoxton handles all technical requirements in-house and has a full range of audio, video and lighting options available to clients hosting events at the venue. Andrew Graham-Hussey, a fifteen-year veteran of the live music and entertainment business, heads technical direction at the venue and will guide you through what is available and possible when hosting your event at The Hoxton.

With a team that has worked on hundreds of productions, large and small, over their years, the technical department at The Hoxton are able to facilitate most any technical requirement and have a variety of configurations available to suit your event’s needs.

We look forward to working with you on the success of your event.

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Guvernment

132 Queens Quay Avenue , Toronto

This is the main room of Guvernment Night Club's universe. It is a 22,000 square foot space that holds a state of the art, computer-driven sound system and a full-colour laser system. People flock to the Guvernment Nightclub on Friday nights for R&B and Hip Hop and on Saturday nights for House, Progressive and Trance.

The Guvernment is committed to bringing you the hottest concerts in town.

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Everleigh Toronto

580  King Street , Toronto

Not quite a nightclub and not just a bar or lounge, The Everleigh is a fresh take on Canadian nightlife interpreted through nostalgia, art, music, cocktails and culture and is the seventh venture from (C)apture Group, helmed by Toronto hospitality trendsetters Zark Fatah and Ralf Madi.

The Everleigh caters to evolved King West faithfuls by fusing old and new world concepts across two rooms to create a mature yet fun social experience while still offering next-generation club-goers a solid place to dance. The Everleigh will also act as a showcase for local and international artists and photographers. The space includes original artwork by American street artist Alec Monopoly.

With The Everleigh, (C)apture Group celebrates and re-interprets Canadiana, marrying iconic vintage ideas with street-edge design while adding a sexy opulent flair reminiscent of Chicago’s Everleigh Brothel in the early 1900s. Century-old antiques and bespoke art installations pepper the space. Creative integration of the discontinued copper penny infuses shine and texture throughout the venue; while Muskoka-themed washrooms offer a new take on an old world canoe. A flock of geese across the ceiling is a key focal point in the lounge representing the migration and evolution of King West in Toronto. 

Creative mixology is the foundation for The Everleigh's dynamic bar experience. The drink menu appeals to even the most discerning tastes and includes a colourful and delicious cocktail selection curated by award-winning mixologist Nishan Nepulaonga (Blowfish Restaurant). 

The dance floor, VIP tables and bottle service packages cater to those looking for a big night out. Music will feature both local DJs as well as international guests. Catering and customized services are available for private events.

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