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TORONTO NIGHTLIFE - NIGHTLIFE IN TORONTO CANADA

Toronto NightlifeToronto Nightlife – There are many areas within the city of Toronto for different tastes. There are many clubs grouped around the John and Richmond area. This is been hailed the entertainment district of Toronto and fits the term very well. From alternative music to dance music you will find a nightclub that will suit your liking. Be aware that the clubs in this area all have cover charges, and are not cheap to enjoy.

For the more artsy tourist, you can venture to Queen Street West. Many eclectic and hip bars abound on this street. Enjoy a cold Canadian beer on a beautiful outdoor patio or take in a show by one of the many local bands.

Little Italy is a smorgasbord of chic clientele and atmosphere until late into the night. You will not be disappointed when you find this area. Don't limit yourself to the bars mentioned in our short list. Take a walk through the area and you will definitely find your niche.

Toronto's Gay Village is a large strip downtown housing establishments for every taste. No matter what your scene, you will find it here! Great restaurants, great dance clubs, and upscale bars, there is something for everyone.

Andy Poolhall - This Little Italy bar is a cross between an upscale pool hall and dance club. With amazing resident DJ's and original art covering the walls, the hip clientele is always swinging. 489 College Street.

Velvet Underground - This Queen Street West institution is a hotbed of alternative music and interesting, eclectic people. With a healthy mix of DJ's, cheap drinks, and cheap cover prices, this is your ticket to a great night out with some of Toronto's most open minded crowd. 510 Queen Street West.

Revival - Hailed as the best thing to ever happen to Toronto's nightlife, Revival is the place to be on Saturday nights. The friendly crowd, bar staff and security, and the best DJ's in Toronto make for a great night out. Mod Club is the name on Saturdays, and the music is the best Northern Soul ever recorded. $10 cover charge. 783 College Street.

Fez Batik - An intimate, eclectic bar with creative cooking, and Persian carpets! Beautifully decorated in the style of an old burlesque mansion, and equipped with an outstanding DJ line-up, Fez is it on Friday nights. The staff and security are friendly and the crowd is interesting and easy going. 129 Peter Street.

The Guvernment Entertainment Complex - A huge complex housing seven room and two giant nightclubs, the Guvernment and Kool Haus, and the best sound system in the city. Showcasing many different events every night, from concerts to fashion shows, be sure to check this place out while you're visiting Toronto. Cover charge varies, so be sure to check out the local listings before you go! 132 Queens Quay East.

The Docks Entertainment Complex - Another huge endeavour in club land, this complex houses nine, that's right, nine clubs. Situated by the shore of Lake Ontario and putting on some legendary club events, this is one place you'll want to write home about. Again, cover charge varies substantially, so you'll want to check the local listing. 11 Polson Street.

For a more complete listing of Toronto clubs and ongoing events, be sure to have a look at www.nowtoronto.com.