Located north of the United States, the nation of Canada is one of the geographically largest countries in the world. With its diverse people and cities, Canada possesses a vibrant nightlife that includes bars and clubs.
Clubs and Concerts
Clubs are scattered across Canada. In Toronto, you can visit the Fifth Social Club. It’s just North of Croc Rocks and is typically attended by a crowd of 25-plus types. The staff is friendly and the prices are good. Club Menage is one of Toronto’s most extravagant hotspots and has the latest sound and lighting technology. In Vancouver, you’ll find the Commodore Ballroom. Although it only hold about 1,000 people, it is the city’s most popular concert venue.
The Piano Bar in Toronto has a fun vibe. Five pianos are set up and provide entertainment through the night. There’s also an area for darts and pool, while you’ll also find four televisions in the party room. Finally, at the center of the premises is Madigans, the original bar that gave rise to this location. Beer lovers may prefer the Bier Market, which keeps in stock a very wide selection of beers and also serves a good dinner. If you’re still unsure where to go in Toronto, head to Queens Street, which is packed with bars of many different types. Visitors to Montreal will want to visit the Tokyo Bar, a two-room club that plays both hip hop and dance music. The views from the rooftop terraces are some of the best in the city.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about clubs, bars, and nightlife in Canada.