Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Downtown
335 Jarvis Street
Toronto, ON M5B 2C2
Phone: (416) 962-4686
Fax: (416) 962-1725
Carabet, pool tables, music, dance, swimming pool and a lively gay scene, Zipperz / Cellblock encompasses each and provides unparalleled entertainment to its stylish patrons. Its theme nights offer free games of pool, classical music by famous piano players and enthralling carabet acts. On other nights, guests can watch drag shows, which are acclaimed as one of the best in Toronto, or tap their feet on the sleek stainless steel dance floor while renowned DJs spin popular tracks. And if you are tired of the performing arts, take a dip in their cool swimming pool or lounge next to it with a mug of beer while you make new friends. This bar is definitely the place to go if you're looking for a trendy party or an active dating scene.
If the entire day of sightseeing has not excited you enough, then an evening at Filmores Gentlemen's Club is sure to raise your spirits. At this lap dancing and strip club, a host of themed nights, exotic food and drinks are offered for the guest's entertainment. The club is always booked by the party goers who want to celebrate stag parties and other private events in this adventurous style. To know more about this venue, check their website.
Not just your average bar and bistro, this unique establishment offers patrons the chance to enjoy dinner and a show. Jazz artists from around the world visit this venue, making it a popular spot on the weekends. The menu features upscale bistro fare like ribeye steaks and herb roasted pork tenderloin. Be advised, admission is added to your dining and drinks bill.
Owned by and named after former Ottawa Rough Rider football star Jerry "Soupy" Campbell, Stoopy's is located in the Moss Park area east of Yonge and Dundas. It is exactly what you'd expect; a tribute to football, specifically the one played in the Canadian Football League. The decor consists of Canadian Football paraphernalia, photos of players in mud up to their hips, and a glimpse into the history of the Canadian Football League. The food is a pub menu all the way, with pizzas, burgers, wings, fish and chips, and ribs. A perfect place for Sports fan and movie buffs as Stoopy's was even used as a location for the movie "Cocktail."
Imagine a gay bar so entertaining that tour buses from out of town stop by for the Sunday night drag show. Situated between Yonge Street and Jarvis, the bar also serves as a neighborhood gathering place for locals, especially in the afternoon, when they can chat without too much background noise. And Saturday afternoon, it's bingo time with a twist with Sister Bedelia, a perfect prelude to the Saturday night dance marathon.
Slack's Restaurant and Bar is the city's " only true women's bar ". Explore a range of options: sip on martinis, meet hot singles or get drunk on pints of beer during their themed nights, groove to the beats churned out by the resident DJs or witness a live gig among other things. On their platter are delicious appetizers, crunchy caesar salads, mouthwatering sandwiches, cheese stuffed pastas and appetizing entrées. Homemade desserts like chocolate cheesecake, apple crumble, strawberry and passion fruit gelato are, indeed, a slice of heaven on earth! You can also host your private or business dinners and parties at this venue. Check website for more details.
The proud owners of Toronto's first pansexual club, Todd Klinck and Mandy Goodhandy invite people with varying preferences to party and socialize. An evening at the Goodhandy's involves uninhibited fun, theme sessions and exciting events. For more information on this club, check their website.
Trendy, stylish and chic, The Courthouse nightclub is one of the most happening places in the city of Toronto. Attracting the creme-de-la-creme crowd of the city, this nightclub is frequented by famous celebrities and youngsters every week. With 2 storeys, the upper floor features a lounge, while the ground floor boasts a huge dance floor along with a well-stocked bar. The funky purple and pink lighting only highlights the ambiance and gives it a sophisticated look. With DJ's spinning their favorite numbers, this place undoubtedly revels in Toronto's party scene.
Spread across three levels, Fly Nightclub is a popular gay nightclub that welcomes everyone. Opened in 1999, this premier club has local, regional, domestic and international DJs setting the floor on fire. It features two balconies, lounge areas, a great sound system, eclectic lighting and a huge dance floor.
Groove to the latest beats or sip on tasty cocktails at the jazzy club Sound Emporium located at 360 Adelaide Street West. Varied Dj's play different beats like reggae, hip-hop, disco and chart busters each weekend. The ambiance is perfect either for lounging around or dancing and the dress code casual. Sound Emporium stays open till late so you can scurry here after a tiring day at work.
With two floors and the three bars and a mobile DJ booth, the Toronto's Vola Nightclub has a top notch sound system that bumps music spinning from the decks of the hottest DJs in Toronto.
Twice winner of 'The Best Patio in Toronto' at the Toronto Nightclub Awards, Mink NightClub has the perfect naughty-but-nice ambiance. An excellent outdoor patio adaptable to the weather and the new trendy interiors make this a city favorite. Weekly events like 'Flirt Fridays' and 'Sex in the City Saturdays', should be enough to clue you in on the vibe of this stylish lounge. Special guest DJs and a huge collection of music make every night here a night to remember. With a self proclaimed 'dress to impress' code, the people-watching should be nothing short of fascinating!