Nights Out in Ontario
Nights out in Ontario can be tons of fun, but you must know where to go. Toronto is a hotspot for bars, lounges, and all kinds of intoxicating nightlife. There you can opt for a romantic evening, dinner, and drinks with friends, or you can party until the sun comes up. And you don’t have to spend your weekly wages to have a great night out.
A swanky scene for dinner and drinks is Li’ly resto-lounge. At Li’ly you can chill-out to funky beats, with fantastic food and martinis in the heart of Little Italy. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays there are always happening, but during the week this venue is only opened to private events.
For a bit of indie grunge, Neutral sits on the edge of Kensington Market at Augusta Street. Here you’ll find live rock music, the occasional resident DJ, and karaoke on Tuesday nights. But don’t let the karaoke throw you off. This place is popular with the young, grungy, and trendy Kensington crowd, not only for its laid-back vibes, but because of the five-dollar cover fee, and the fact that they serve up some of Toronto’s cheapest beers and drinks.
If you’re in the mood to dance, and you want to go BIG, then Muzik is one of Toronto’s most exhilarating nightclubs. Located within the city’s historical exhibition grounds, Muzik’s dance floor sits below a 60-foot high glass dome, with 9 bars throughout this 41,000-sq. ft. venue. Here you can book an exclusive suite, which includes a hostess’ escort, premium bottle service, and a selection of gourmet cuisine. VIP limo and hotel services are available upon request.
If you’re feeling peckish at the end of the night, then after the club make your way to Chinatown for some grub. In Kensington, General Tao’s Chicken will fill you up as late as 4 am. Rest your feet, have some tea, and then go get some sleep, as nights out in Ontario can be thoroughly exhausting.