Toronto Best Nightlife

 

Since Toronto is a big city, it has many activities that you can do in the evening. Since it is one of the safest cities in the world, you can easily have fun at night. From jazz bars to nightclubs, from concerts to theaters, Toronto offers a variety of opportunities to its visitors.

Toronto is one of the cities that world famous artists always visit when they go on tour. Apart from touring, many famous artists come to Toronto to give concerts. Such large concerts are usually held at the city’s two major stadiums, the Air Canada Center and Rogers Center. The Phoenix, which is smaller compared to these stadiums, is located on Sherbourne Street and hosted legendary names. Cameron House and Horseshoe Tavern in Queen Street West are also the right addresses for live music lovers.

There are many bars in Old Town, Financial and Entertainment districts of Toronto’s Downtown district. However, these bars are quiet on weekends as they are preferred by employees who come after work on weekdays. They close at 11 am on weekdays. The Second City in the Entertainment District is a popular comedy club. Little Italy and Annex regions are very active as they are preferred by university students. Another point where nightlife is the most active is the Queen West region. The most popular bars and night clubs of the city are located in this region. Queen, Adelaide and Richmond streets in this neighborhood are places where the places are concentrated.

For those who love electronic music, CODA, Populous and The Mod Club are suitable night clubs. Muzik, Ace Nightclub, Nest, The Government and The Dock are among the biggest and most famous nightclubs in the city. The Rex Bistro, The Reservoir Lounge, and Jazz Bistro on Victoria Street are among the best jazz bars in the city. Rock music lovers can choose The Opera House on Queen Street East.

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