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19+ at C'est What

This is a last minute reminder but if you're brave enough to fight the weather and leave home tonight, head down to C'est What. Marking it's 19th birthday, the bar is celebrating with performances by Royal Wood, Emm Gryner, Danny Michel and more.

Although now without its extra room, C'est What remains one of Toronto's more important music venues. Throughout the years, it has hosted rising stars like Jeff Buckley, Sarah Slean, Sarah Harmer, Ron Sexsmith, Rufus Wainwright and Jewel (likely while she was still living in a van).

blogTO is skeptical of C'est What's food and service, but there is no arguing that it has one of the best beer selections in the city. So grab a beer (I suggest the St. Ambroise apricot wheat) and indulge in the Safe Sex chocolate pudding. The show starts at 10 and admission is free.


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