Toronto is increasingly becoming a nightlife city with all the hot & trendy restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. We put together a list of nightclubs that you might want to check out that play all types of music; from top 40 to electronic music to hip hop. We have it all! If only we can extend last call until 4AM.
In alphabetical order:
Coda is a great spot in the Annex that is open until 5AM every weekend with top guest DJs from all over the world. They have a great line-up of electronic music artists almost every week with a stellar following. This is your go-to venue for late night music
From an elegant cocktail soiree to a divine nightclub experience, or the feeling of unapologetic chic on the rooftop patio, Cube has it all. Enter along a private pathway leading off trendy Queen St. West, studded overhead with brass orbs and flanked by perfectly manicured shrubbery and tall, freestanding mirrors.
An impressive 5000 square feet of functional indoor space, EFS is a trendsetting venue located in King West’s bustling fashion district. Creatively designed by world renowned Lisa Ho Studio, the space combines barn board, Edison bulbs, sleek leather banquettes, polished concrete floors and a smattering of colourful pop art.
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. 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 Hoxton is an event venue that occupies what was Sixty-9 lower Bathurst. On any given Friday or Saturday night, there’s sure to be a bustling crowd of sophisticated twenty-somethings gathered there. You will always find a great DJs spinning along with regular live bands. Exposed brick walls enclose an open wooden dance floor, two bars, and a mix of hanging, track, and snake-like lighting. The minimalistic decor is The Hoxton’s deliberate way to accommodate corporate and private bookings.
Lost and Found presents a unique space for your discovery located in the heart of King West on the lower level of a hundred year old building. In a community that is ever-changing, Lost and Found aims to offer an experience like no other: music, drinks, people, adventure, new relationships, friendships and experiences await.
Maison Mercer is a 12,000 square foot concert venue located in the center of Toronto’s Entertainment District & offers unique social experiences through a variety of specially programmed events & functions.
Versatile and flexible, Maison Mercer is capable of hosting intimate groups of 250 up to 1300 guests at full capacity. Maison Mercer prides itself on being Toronto’s most dynamic venue offering exclusive experiences to the nightlife jet set or the corporate client who requires a venue with the ultimate wow factor.
MUZIK defies convention each and every Saturday. With an unprecedented degree of luxury and service, Muzik provides its guests with first-class treatment from the moment they arrive. Guests who book suites will be escorted to their private booth by Muzik’s hostesses and will then enjoy private premium bottle service as well as gourmet cuisine from the Muzik Dinner Club. Other features include a 1907 glass dome dance floor, personal security, exclusive VIP entrance and exit, VIP washrooms and limo and hotel services that are available upon request.
Unparalleled artistry, theatrical lighting, video production and experiential storytelling transport you to an extraordinary, multi-dimensional universe that evolves throughout the night. REBEL is 45,000 square feet of striking design and unexpected wonder combine with powerful sound, immersive light, sensual forms and tactile details to delight and astound at every turn. With breathtaking views of the city skyline, waterfront and the dramatic 65-foot stage, wherever you are is right where you want to be.
An impressive space that echoes to a time passed, UNIUN is an arresting contradiction of both new and old. Original post factory beams nestle between 14 foot bronzed, metal arches reminiscent of weathered steel bridges, while they elegantly contrast by a wash of the latest in luminescent technology. Fit for the future, and as brilliant as a kaleidoscope, the state-of-the-art LED lighting system and vast LED screens bring movement and texture to any musical experience.
Escape the traditional with WildFlower, an exclusive alternative to Toronto’s nightlife located in the lower level space at Thompson Toronto. Wildflower serves to shake up the ordinary with a lounge that caters to the city’s most discerning clientele, offering impeccable service, adaptable design and modern nightlife. Featuring the city’s most prestigious display of contemporary art and design installation, Wildflower blends the beauty of art with the sound of North America’s top DJs to deliver a truly unique experience for a mature crowd tired of the mundane.
Is there a nightclub that you like the best? Let us know in the comments.