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The 44 bars serving until 4 a.m. for TIFF

Whether you're a movie buff or not, one of the perks of having a major festival like TIFF in town is that numerous restaurants and bars are allowed to extend last call until 4:00 a.m. (two hours later than normal). Being a fan of a libation or two, I feel duty-bound to share the list of these establishments. Not all of them are places that you'd really want to be hanging around in at 3:30 in the morning -- Oliver & Bonacini Cafe comes to mind -- but the list does show some decent range. From straight-up restaurants to bars to clubs, the options for late night drinking are plentiful.

Here's the list, with a helpful Google map at the bottom.

  • Ame (19 Mercer St.)

  • Biff's Bistro (4 Front St. E).

  • Bovine Sex Club (542 Queen St. W.)

  • Brant House (522 King St. W.)

  • C Lounge (456 Wellington St. W.)

  • Canoe Restaurant and Bar (66 Wellington St. W.)

  • Century Room (580 King St. W.)

  • Cheval (604 King St. W.)

  • Ciao Wine Bar (133 Yorkville Ave.)

  • Club V (88 Yorkville Ave.)

  • Cobra (500 King St. W.)

  • Crush Wine Bar (455 King St. W.)

  • The Drake Hotel (1150 Queen St. W.)

  • Empire Restaurant and Lounge (50 Cumberland St.)

  • Fifth Grill and Terrace (221 Richmond St. W.)

  • Fifth Social Club221 (225 Richmond St. W.)

  • Four Seasons Hotel (21 Avenue Rd.)

  • Fox and Fiddle (280 Bloor St. W.)

  • Gabby's Grill and Bar (309 King St. W.)

  • Goodnight (431 Richmond St. W.)

  • Hart House Gallery Grill (7 Hart House Circle)

  • Hey Lucy Café (295 King St. W.)

  • Hyatt Regency Toronto on King (370 King St. W.)

  • Jump Café and Bar21 (Melinda St.)

  • Lobby Lounge and Restaurant (192 Bloor St. W.)

  • Lolita's Lust (513 Danforth Ave.)

  • Maison (15 Mercer St.)

  • Maro (135 Liberty St.)

  • Muzik (15 Saskatchewan Rd., Horticulture Bldg.)

  • O&B Canteen 330 King St. W.

  • Oliver & Bonacini Café Grill (33Yonge St.)

  • Park Hyatt Toronto (4 Avenue Rd.)

  • The Roosevelt Room (328-332 Adelaide St. W.)

  • The Social (1100 Queen St. W.)

  • South of Temperance (20 Adelaide St. W.)

  • Spice Route (499 King St. W.)

  • The Spoke Club (600 King St. W.)

  • Stirling Room (55 Mill St., Bldg.)

  • Thompson Hotel (550 Wellington St. W.)

  • InterContinental Hotel (220 Bloor St. W.)

  • Ultra Supper Club (314 Queen St. W.)

  • Urban Restaurant (301-303 King St. W.)

  • Windsor Arms Hotel (18 St. Thomas St.)

  • Wrongbar 1279 (Queen St. W.)

Photo by MiissyV110 in the blogTO Flickr pool.


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