The Best Nightclubs in Toronto
The best nightclubs in Toronto are fun, fabulous and full of frenetic energy. After a hard week's work, there's nothing better than hitting the dance floor with your best friends and busting out the running man until one of them has a few too many vodka-crans and sobs in the bathroom because the guy she met on ChristianMingle as a last ditch effort is definitely not interested in her unless she believes in transubstantiation.
Here are the best nightclubs in Toronto.
Owned by noted octopus wearer Kenny Hotz (of Kenny vs. Spenny fame) in conjunction with the pair who brought Toronto Parts & Labour and The Social, this downtown club boasts minimalist design and an awesome dance floor. It also frequently hosts live shows. More »
Uniun Nightclub is an Entertainment District club that brings together ultra-modern vibes with antique-inspired decor. Inspired by Margaret Thatcher's worst nightmare, this INK Entertainment club has a legendary LED light installation and hip downstairs lounge. More »
Product is a great club with multiple levels, reasonably priced drinks and people that are paid to dance as part of the decor (how does one put that on a resume?). Oh, and based on my experience, the bro factor is kept well in check. 1000 points for that. More »
This Parkdale club is great as both an electro-leaning live music venue and as a nightclub. The awesome sound system, Michael Jackson arcade games, and Parkdale-appropriate tallboys of PBR prove that Wrongbar is right. More »
Featured in a foreign film that warns of the dangers of diabetes, The Guvernment is a Toronto mainstay that regularly showcases work-renowned DJs.The Guv is probably Toronto's most famous club, making it a must-visit for any out-of-towners. More »
This King West nightclub features a Canadiana-inspired theme with delicious drinks and patriotic decor. The Everleigh houses both a dance floor and lounge area with pool tables in its small space, perfect for anyone who wants to bank some billiards and ball some babes in the same venue. More »
Formerly Footwork until it moved to the Annex, this is the spot to drink your weight in Red Bull hummingbird-style while you rock out to some serious beats. Coda often has great guests along with their regular residents. As an added bonus, they feature drink specials before midnight. More »
Filling the space where George's Play used to be Church on Church is the Village's answer to the demand for more upscale clubs that favour cocktails over Coors Light. This club is the perfect example of a well-executed theme that favours tasteful gestures rather than over-the-top cliches. More »
This Wellesley club has everything, including multiple levels, a heated smoking area and a Rev slushie machine(!). Fly is also known for securing amazing performers like Sharon Needles, Alyssa Edwards and Shangela. More »
Cube is a sassy nightclub-meets-sophisticated lounge on Queen West. Perfect for hosting a party, this chic club features 70s-inspired decor, an upstairs patio and plenty of ladies, proving that it's hip to be cube. More »
Cabin Five is the go-to spot for the university crowd and for all the right reasons.Though it's heavier on the Prairie Fire than the campfires, the campy theme and cozy vibe make Cabin Five a great place to relax and have a good time. More »
Aria has four main rooms to party in, each with their own theme, making this the perfect place for going out with those indecisive friends who text you a million times with various possible wardrobe permutations. Aria also has unisex washrooms, which is either great or terrifying depending is stronger More »
Media Bar is a gorgeously decorated club in the Entertainment District. With antique typewriters, film reels and movies projected on the club walls, Media Bar is fun for media buffs and people who think that left-wing media is responsible for all world disasters alike. More »