Not all nightclubs are created equal. Toronto has quite the nightlife. If you’re into small dive bars or some of the frills, Toronto nightlife has something for everyone. You’ll not only have stories but you’ll have amazing memories with your friends.
Coda is known for two things. Its excellent sound system and consistently booking the best underground house and techno DJs. Fans of the large space don’t mind attending sold out events because this place can hold a lot of people without making you feel claustrophobic or packed like sardines. If you’re looking for a good night out, good music, and a pleasant staff this is your place. Just one look at their Facebook page and you can tell this club stays consistently booked with the hottest talent.
What do you get when some of the city’s top DJs go into the nightclub business? You get epic music and quite the alternative crowd. It’s more of a dive bar than a nightclub but we couldn’t leave this off our list. The whole venue is a great balance of vintage and modern. If you’re in to glitz and glamor, this isn’t the place for you. Wrongbar focuses on the right things when it comes to the music. There’s ample seating, a pinball machine and even a jukebox in case you want to take a trip down memory lane. Good music and cheap drinks always keeps the regulars coming back. Stay in the know with all their events by checking out their Facebook page.
8,000 square feet of awesome is what The Hoxton is. Expect some of the hottest local and international DJs to bless the stage. The décor here includes a stripper pole, velvet curtains and mirrors. The Hoxton is the spot for a Saturday out on the town or even a corporate event. So grab your friends, check out the events on their Facebook page and go out on the town. It might just become your new favorite spot.
Don’t worry about attending a sold out event with your favorite DJ at Red nightclub because this place can comfortably fit 1200 guests. Red has nice lighting, a sound system a lot of clubs would pay top dollar for, elevated seating and LED video walls. Red is the real deal. This place just screams sophistication and is at the top of the list when it comes to favorite hot spots in Toronto. Surrender Saturdays is always jam packed with regulars who can’t get enough of Red. Check out their Facebook and see for yourself.
Tryst is an elegant venue that seems like five separate spaces that are all connected. There’s the Havana Louge, Vegas Suites, The Vault and the Garden Patio. Each area has a different vibe. As far as music goes, Tryst counts on the best of the best local and international DJs to spin records. Also, don’t be surprised to run into celebrities like Mario Lopez, Snoop Dogg, Nick Cannon and so much more. You get more than when you pay for when you go to Tryst. You’re not just having the night of your life but you’re making unforgettable memories. Who else would throw a Minion themed party? One glance at the Tryst Facebook Page and you can see that Tryst is always a good time.
Nest Nightclub is notorious for their Dynacore sound system and literally mixing their music up. One night it’s local talent spinning tunes and the next it’s well-known DJs. Nest used to be the home of Ryze nightclub. After renovations and new management, Nest is bigger and aiming to top it’s predecessor. It hasn’t been open that long but people are already saying great thing on Facebook about how much fun they’re having at Nest.
Uniun was created by “nightlife king.” It has LED light installations and a top of the line sound system. There’s even flat screen TVs and the attention to detail is impeccable. Uniun is notorious for having a huge variety of liquors and champagne for your to enjoy. This isn’t just a place to come to dance and listen to music, you’re paying for the high quality service, the fancy VIP booths, and some of the best music you’ll hear at a nightclub. If you won’t take our word, take the many reviewers on their Facebook page.
Same Nightclub replaced Cobra. This new space boasts different bottle service, different aura and a different clubbing experience. Expect to hear lots of top forty music and hip-hop blaring from the huge sound system in a nice place where the décor is minimalistic at best. Don’t expect to get any beer on tap (they don’t have any) but do expect to have a great time with all your friends. (Facebook)
Mansion Mercer prides itself in hosting up to 1300 people to listen to their state of the art Funktion One sound system and a very nice rooftop terrace. Dance along to one of the finest sound systems in Canada while sipping on your favorite drinks and staring at your friends through the strobe lights. Partiers will tell you that no matter what you’re looking for in your night, Maison Mercer is it!
If you’re into retro décor and the sounds of internationally known DJs spinning music, Cube is the right place. Indulge yourself in the hottest house, hip-hop and club music. There are L shaped yellow catches all throughout the club without worrying about the drama. Cube attracts the twenty-five and older crowd and was built with “evening mischief in mind.” (Those are their words not ours)
As usual this is in no way an extensive list so what did we miss? Where’s your go to party place?