The Best Jazz Bars in Toronto
The best jazz bars in Toronto are where musical mavericks and rookie ragtimers alike can be found playing for the crowds. Find the city’s jazz lovers congregating at these essential venues for cool beers and cooler tunes.
Here are the best jazz bars in Toronto.
Succeeding the now-closed Poetry Jazz Café in Kensington, the new location has more space, which means more room to enjoy funky jazz beats any day of the week. Thanks to a new kitchen, you'll also get to enjoy a side of tasty treats while you take in some tunes.
Sister establishment to La Palette, this community-oriented bar on Queen West is Toronto’s hub for multicultural music. Experience Eastern European plates and global drinks while enjoying sounds from all over the world, including numerous iterations of jazz, from arabic jazz to open jazz jams.
This Armenian bar and live music venue in Kensington comes to you from the owners of Antikka Cafe and Records. The name is inspired by the title of a song by Armenian-born oud player John Berberian who was known to infuse traditional Armenian music with psychedelic jazz. True to spirit, The Oud & The Fuzz hosts live music every night after dinner.
The Rex, Jazz Bistro, @yokoirei of The Reservoir Lounge, Hector Vasquez of Grossman's Tavern, @buddytheprophet of Poetry Jazz Cafe, Bluebird, Fareen Karim of Mandy's Bistro, Hector Vasquez of Drom Taberna and The Oud & The Fuzz
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