There’s a great selection of nightlife and entertainment all over Toronto from quiet bars to crazy nightclubs. We asked you for your top bars in Toronto over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...
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Kristy Balmer says:
Beaconsfield for a lounge atmosphere with fantastic food, beer and music... The Rhino for beer selection and cheap prices... And the Peacock on King West for an epic night out.
Bernard Nieto says:
?Rhino, McVeighs, 716.
Hostelling International Toronto says:
The Underground Garage for a super chill, fun atmosphere. Love the house's acoustic rock band on a Thursday night! They're awesome to dance to and sing along with. Or the The London Tap House in Toronto on a summer's night- brew with a view! They have one of the best views of the city skyline from their rooftop patio.
Kat Rina says:
?Parts n labour or Wayla
So if you plan to travel to Toronto make sure you sample some of these great suggestions for Toronto bars and nightlife for some great entertainment.
Simon Rozes says:
Location: 431 College Street
Global Goose Travel says:
Whilst we were in Toronto we went to a nice quirky bar called Supermarket. It had nice beer, food and live music. A few days later I looked at my online banking and it read "Supermarket Toronto - $120" I was so confused as we didn’t go shopping, luckily we realised it was the bar before calling the bank!
Location: 268 Augusta Avenue
Melisa DiPietro says:
Hmmm that’s a tough one! 2 of my favourites are cocktail bar and Czehoski. Classy atmosphere, tasty drinks and tunes.
Location: 678 Queen Street West
O'Grady’s Tap and Grill
WorkingHolidayinCanada.com (WHC) says:
Myself and a group of friends from Ireland spent a summer working in TO during our holidays from University. Every Monday night we religiously went to O'Gradys Tap and Grill near the U of T campus where we were living. It was fairly near the SWAP offices I think. Anyway - great times on the pool tables upstairs and Monday night wings and pitcher specials!
Location: 171 College Street
Jielus Hendrik Kuijntjes? says:
Location: 56 The Esplanade
Lazos Cmps says:
Location: Carlton St. / Church St.
Tattoo Rock Parlour
Victoria Küfner says:
I loved the Tattoo Rock Parlour on Queen St. West, it's not exactly a bar for hanging out, it's more a bar/club...but they play dancable rock music which is pretty cool!
Location: 567 Queen Street West
Vaibhav Jain says:
The Guvernment nightclub and bar, at Queens Quay street... awesome place.
Location: 132 Queens Quay East
Armand Houahu says:
Cheval on King Street right downtown or any bar on College Street.
Location: 606 King Street West
Laura Bridle says:
Loose Moose! Go to the bathroom ladies!
Location: 146 Front St W