With a variety of clubs, pubs, bars, and live entertainment, Toronto nightlife has something for everyone.
For a wide variety of beers try Bier Markt: It’s a great place to go for dinner or relax with some friends. The Irish Embassy Pub and Grill sits right in the middle of the business district. The Elephant and Castle, an English pub with a large bar, has English beer, a dining room, and plenty of flat-screen TVs that frequently show live English sports. The Loose Moose Bar and Grill is a good sports bar with lots of flat screen TVs, good beer, and friendly waitresses. The Friar and Firkin Pub serves good food in a cozy atmosphere.
Parlour Decadence features a vintage cocktail lounge, Club Ménage is an upscale club with music and dancing, and the Silver Dollar is one of Toronto’s few blues clubs. Madigan’s has a piano bar, darts, pool tables, and a cozy fireplace area. Pravda, named after the Communist Party’s newspaper, serves 30 different vodkas. Toronto hip-hop lovers congregate at Reilly’s every Wednesday night for cheap drinks and good music. Babaluu’s is popular for Latin dancing. Mod plays British pop, Mod, or indie most nights, and has a great dance floor.
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