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The top 15 clubs for bottle service in Toronto

Posted by Martha Stortz / February 26, 2014

toronto bottle serviceThe top Toronto clubs for bottle service are fun, high-energy and perfect for a night out on the town. Most of the time, it's perfectly appropriate to buy your booze like any other regular Torontonian (one ounce at a time after waiting for ten minutes behind someone who loudly describes their sociology class as "totally paradigm-changing. Is that how you say it? Paradigm?"). However, there are certain occasions when you just need to treat yo' self.

Maybe you got a new job or are celebrating your birthday or your late owner's deadbeat son hit you with his car. Regardless of the reason, there's something special about having all the comforts of being in your own home mixing your own drinks; having comfortable seating all to yourself but with more well-dressed attractive strangers and less old pizza box stench.

Here are the top 15 clubs for bottle service in Toronto.

Gravity Soundbar
Number of booths for bottle service: Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday: 15 booths. Friday: 26 booths. Saturday: 44 booths.
Days and times available: Wednesday-Saturday: 10 pm- 3 am.
Maximum occupancy: 1038 people
Minimum spend: Wednesday and Saturday: $300 minimum. All other days: $260 minimum.
How to make a reservation: Call 416.977.8900.
Best bet if: It's your birthday. If you book on or near your birthday (and can verify it with ID), you get a free bottle of champagne

Switch Nightclub
Number of booths available for bottle service: 11 booths and two high top tables
Days and times available: Thursday to Saturday: 10:30 pm- 2 am.
Maximum occupancy: 400 (both upper and lower floors)
Minimum spend: None.
How to make a reservation: Call 647.824.4993 or email info@switchtoronto.com
Best bet if: You want more than just drinking and dancing. Switch has video games on the lower level and sometimes brings in entertainers for special events.

EFS
Number of booths for bottle service: 16 (plus 10 on the rooftop patio in the summer)
Days and times available: Wednesday-Saturday: 10 pm- 2 am.
Maximum occupancy: 650 (plus 250 on the patio)
Minimum spend: Thursday: 2 bottle minimum (bottles start at $180). Friday and Saturday: Three bottle minimum.
How to make a reservation: Call 416.477.5460 or email info@johndoegroup.com
Best bet if: You want a club that also has breathing room. EFS' rooftop patio is gorgeous and provides some fresh air when you need a break from dancing up a storm.

Pravda Vodka Bar
Number of booths for bottle service: Four booths/tables, two semi-private rooms and one private room.
Days and times available: Friday 4 pm-2 am, Saturday 6 pm-2 am.
Maximum occupancy: 280 people
Minimum spend (if any): $40 per guest.
How to make a reservation: Call 416.366.0303
Best bet if: You're a vodka affectionado. Pravda has an enormous selection of vodka from all over the world. Yes, they all pair well with Red Bull.

Cube Nightclub
Number of booths for bottle service: 12-14 (with 12 on the patio during the warmer months)
Days and times available: Friday-Saturday: 10 pm-2 am (with Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday added during patio weather)
Maximum occupancy: 350 (plus another 350 when the patio is open)
Minimum spend: Two to three bottles (bottles start at $190).
How to make a reservation: Call 416.263.0330 or email info@cubenightclub.com
Best bet if: You want a high female to male ratio. Cube is known for being a place where ladies go to dance.

Bloke and 4th
Number of booths for bottle service: 14
Days and times available: Tuesday, Thursday-Saturday: 10 pm-2 am.
Maximum occupancy: 350 people.
Minimum spend: Thursday: Two bottle minimum (bottle start at $180). Friday and Saturday: Three bottle minimum.
How to make a reservation: Call 416.477.1490 or email info@blokeand4th.com
Best bet if: You want your dinner and dancing in the same place.

The Fifth Social Club
Number of booths for bottle service: 11 (increases to 15 booths for special events)
Days and times available: Friday-Saturday: 10pm-2:30 pm
Maximum occupancy: 600+ people
Minimum spend: One bottle per five guests (bottles start at $200).
How to make a reservation: Call 416.893.0059 or email viphost@thefifth.com
Best bet if: You're looking for a fun event. The Fifth often holds fun events to entertain club-goers. Their latest venture is a Tinder Lounge where users of the app, Tinder (the straight Grindr) can expedite the dating app process in person.

Parlour
Number of booths for bottle service: 6.
Days and times available: Wednesday-Thursday: 5:30 pm- 12 am. Friday-Saturday: 5:30 pm- 2 am.
Maximum occupancy: 120 (plus 33 on the patio during the summer)
Minimum spend: Two bottles (bottles start at $220).
How to make a reservation: Call 416.408.3666 or email info@parlour270.com.
Best bet if: You want a more intimate experience. Parlour is a smaller club so you won't lose track of your friends.

Cabin Five
Number of booths for bottle service: Three
Days and times available: Friday-Saturday: 10 pm- 2:30 am
Maximum occupancy: 200+ people
Minimum spend: One bottle per five guests (bottles begin at $200).
How to make a reservation: Call 416.893.0059 or email viphost@cabinfive.com
Best bet if: Bachelorette parties. Cabin Five offers special package deals for brides-to-be.

The Hoxton
Number of booths for bottle service: 14
Days and times available: Friday-Sunday: 10 pm- 2 am.
Maximum occupancy: 715 people
Minimum spend: None
How to make a reservation: Call or text 647.400.4788 or email vip@thehoxton.ca
Best bet if: You want live music with your bottle service. The Hoxton is known for hosting amazing concerts.

Uniun Nightclub
Number of booths for bottle service: 16-20
Days and times available: Friday-Sunday: 10 pm- 3 am
Maximum occupancy: 1000 people
Minimum spend: Two to three bottles (bottles start at $190).
How to make a reservation: Call 416.603.9300 or email info@uniun.com
Best bet if: Justin Bieber isn't responding to your tweets and you really, really have to talk to him. He's been seen partying at Uniun when he's in town.

Product Nightclub
Number of booths for bottle service: 10
Days and times available: Friday- Saturday: 10 pm- 2am
Maximum occupancy:1200
Minimum spend: Two to three bottle minimum (bottles start at $190).
How to make a reservation: Call 416.351.1100 or email info@productnightclub.com
Best bet if: You need your club to be visually appealing. Product's mannequins and reimagined twinkle lights will satisfy even the most devoted Matisse scholar.

F-Stop
Number of booths available for bottle service: Eight booths and three high top tables
Days/Times available: Thursday to Saturday: 10:30 pm- close
Minimum/maximum occupancy: 250 people
Minimum spend: None
How to make a reservation: Call 647.824.4993 or email info@f-stoptoronto.com
Best bet if: You're specific about the way your beats sound. F-Stop has a state-of-the-art sound system.

Cabana Pool Bar
Number of booths for bottle service: 28 (8 poolside and 20 outside the pool)
Days and times available: Tuesday-Friday: 12- 8 pm, Saturday-Sunday: 12-11 pm (Cabana Pool Bar is only open in the summer)
Maximum occupancy: 2500 people
Minimum spend: Lakeside $1000. Poolside $2500.
How to make a reservation: Call 416.479.7645 or email info@cabanapoolbar.com
Best bet if: You're celebrating something and want to go all out with luxury.

The Guvernment Complex
Number of booths for bottle service: 50
Days and times available: Friday-Saturday: 10 pm- 4 am.
Maximum occupancy: 6000 people
Minimum spend (if any): 2-3 bottles minimum (bottles start at $190).
How to make a reservation: Call 417.869.0045 or email vip@theguvernment.com
Best bet if: You're in the mood for a crazy dance party complete with meeting new people.

SEE ALSO: The best nightclubs in Toronto

Discussion

36 Comments

Tim / February 26, 2014 at 03:58 am
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Missing some of those that offer a cheaper party like Cake nightclub or bar 244
Jeromy / February 26, 2014 at 07:37 am
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Cabin Five y'all!!!!!
akswun / February 26, 2014 at 09:07 am
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I miss the days of $65 bottle of Goose at Tonic on Thursday nights. Now its a small downpayment to do bottle service.
James / February 26, 2014 at 09:11 am
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Bottles at Cube certainly don't start at $450.

http://cubetoronto.com/bottle-service/
Liberty Villain / February 26, 2014 at 09:56 am
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Not that I frequent there, but Muzik didn't make this list?!
905 Alive / February 26, 2014 at 10:00 am
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Pop bottles, puke, pick a fight, drive drunk in my Honda back to the 905. Friday.
905 is dead replying to a comment from 905 Alive / February 26, 2014 at 10:24 am
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You forgot: act like a douche.
Moneesha / February 26, 2014 at 10:43 am
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Sigh. I long for a time when clubs were mixed venues with good music and not playgrounds for Bay St. douches with too much money to spend.

Bottle service RUINED nightlife.
Liv / February 26, 2014 at 12:21 pm
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What's with all the listed $450 bottles? Highly doubt these are the actual prices...
Bay St. Douche replying to a comment from Liv / February 26, 2014 at 12:35 pm
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No, you're right. There isn't a 26'er in the city, outside of champagne, that costs $450. Many of these numbers are nonsense. Martha, have you been to any of these places? I guess since you're a woman though you're likely just hanging around and you've never actually seen one of the bills.
Ben / February 26, 2014 at 12:47 pm
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You guys know most bottles are like $40 at the LCBO, right?

And you don't even have to line up to get them or talk to other people when you drink them.
BillyO / February 26, 2014 at 01:01 pm
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The pricing for Uniun and Product don't seem right - $450 a bottle? Are you sure that isn't the price for two bottles ($225 each), and maybe got mixed up with the two bottle minimum, which would be $450?

The lists should also reflect that most places (well the 'higher end' ones) also charge 18% gratuity.
Loper / February 26, 2014 at 01:22 pm
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If any fine ladies wanna come to my pad at sherbourne and dundas, I'm selling bottles of ole english for $5.
Toni / February 26, 2014 at 01:23 pm
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How is Maison Mercer not on this list? It's better than most of the clubs listed in terms of bottle service and booths.
Master / February 26, 2014 at 01:35 pm
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http://theanchornyc.com/bottle-service-killed-new-york/
really? / February 26, 2014 at 02:40 pm
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BlogTO just hit another low with this article. Where do they find these "writers"
Orson / February 26, 2014 at 02:58 pm
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Please, I beg you guys, where is the 'Top 100 park benches to chug listerine' list?
Susan / February 26, 2014 at 03:21 pm
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Don't go out. Don't pay $100 for a bottle.
Have your party at home and call Safeten Events.
Bartenders . Chefs . Servers
www.Safeten.com
Samsonite / February 26, 2014 at 03:40 pm
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Dancing a storm in EFS is not an accurate description.
cm replying to a comment from Toni / February 26, 2014 at 03:43 pm
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Thought the same thing
goldenkiwi replying to a comment from Ben / February 26, 2014 at 04:27 pm
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Marked up prices is the entire point. Look up 'conspicuous consumption'.
tom / February 26, 2014 at 04:47 pm
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i'm not a manager of a hedge fund, therefore i cannot afford bottle service
Happy home owner / February 26, 2014 at 05:03 pm
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Always demand that the bottle is brought to you closed and then opened in front of you. Or you run the strong chance of being paying for watered down booze.
VINNY VAG / February 26, 2014 at 06:20 pm
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YO BLOGTO.... WHEN YA GONNA DEW A TOP TEN LIST OF BEST BARS TO DATERAPE WOMEN??
A / February 26, 2014 at 10:15 pm
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what's with the bottle service hate? i'm not a douchebag, i'm an introverted nerd who's good at math.

200 dollars a bottle, two bottles ($400) between 6 people = $66.67 each. 40oz a bottle, two bottles (80oz) between 6 people = 64 drinks or 10.7 drinks per person. if you buy individual drinks at a standard rate, (say $6 per drink,) and you drink 10... that's just under the bottle service rate. except that extra 5ish bucks just bought you and your friends a whole booth, your own server, and security will only let you and your friends sit there.

if you hate clubs, fine. (i do.) but if you have to be at one due to social obligations, getting your shit together for bottle service just makes sense if you're gonna stay the whole night. come on.
A replying to a comment from A / February 26, 2014 at 10:18 pm
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i just realized i assumed 40 oz when bars do 26oz. so it's 8.7 drinks per person, which buying individually would be 52 bucks each. so i revise. you're paying 10ish bucks for the server and table. still a good deal, dammit!
Marissa / February 27, 2014 at 12:31 am
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El Caballito tequila bar does bottle service as well. It's new, be one of the first to check it out!
B replying to a comment from A / February 27, 2014 at 09:26 am
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"social obligations"? LMAO Get serious.
Taniqua / February 27, 2014 at 10:06 am
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Anyone who writes "social obligations" has to be a douche.
Andry / February 27, 2014 at 11:01 am
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Sure, it's all fine and dandy, but when people leave early and "forget" to pay up, it's usually 4 or 5 people who have to split the $500 bill.

Bottle service is crap, it's not worth it (even if you do the math).
Bay St. Douche replying to a comment from A / February 27, 2014 at 12:09 pm
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You make too much sense for many of the people on here. The math works out and if you're going to a decent/busy place, $10 is more than worth it to avoid waiting at the bar to get served behind throngs of people just hanging out while being repeatedly bumped in every direction. Not my idea of a fun night. Get a booth and you get some space to hang out with your friends while not having to wait outside in the frigid cold. Also in your math you're forgetting that you don't generally have to pay cover when you get bottles so there's $10 - $20 is savings per person right there.
John replying to a comment from Liv / February 27, 2014 at 01:06 pm
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I work at one of these clubs as a busser/barback, and the markup is crazy. The prices are accurate.
Vane Ssa / February 27, 2014 at 07:33 pm
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How in the FUCK did gravity sound bar make the list with the rest of these clubs.. that place is embarrassing ew.
Kimmy chu / February 28, 2014 at 09:27 am
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Gravity made it on the list. AHAHAHAH.

Prices are mostly wrong and to put gravity on this article is a major joke.
Opensource1111 / March 1, 2014 at 03:10 am
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Saw the title of the post. Read some of the comments. Big question is, who cares? What a truly insignificant topic. I'm not advocating for all blog To articles to be heavy existential pieces, but an article on bottle service is like an article about nothing.
Nancy / March 28, 2014 at 12:00 am
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What ?? Gravity makes this list but not Musik? What a bunch of crap! -smh

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