Party Time in Toronto!
Weekday Nightlife And The Legendary Sunday Pick-up Bar
Even the bartenders are having a blast at Toronto's fun bars.
Toronto rocks during the week and rages on weekends.
It starts Wednesday at the Crocodile Rock downtown, moves to The Madison (or "The Maddy" as locals call it) on Thursdays and zigzags all through the city on Friday and Saturday.
Sunday nights slow down a bit but for those willing to sacrifice style for a down-and-dirty time, the Chick & Deli at Yonge and Eglington is, well, legendary.
Toronto hosted the 2012 Grey Cup and here's the Calgary Stampeders cheerleaders. "Crazy party," said PubClub.com's correspondent in T.O.
But oh, there's so much more in this vibrant city. There are bars, pubs and clubs, live music and restaurant/bars patios and playgrounds. There are more than 350 party places in Toronto, but grab a cold beer and relax.
The links at left have individual posts to the city's best bars and pubs, clubs, patios and even the hottest bartenders and waitresses.
With beautiful beer girls, Crocodile Rock treats Wednesdays like weekends.
• Bars and Pubs, upscale and downscale, plus live music venues;
• Clubs, the hot, hip and the scene for dancing and DJs
So, what's OUR favorite place? For sentimental reasons it's the patio at Jack Astor's on John Street downtown. That's because it used to be Al Frisco's, the best restaurant-bar ever in the city. The patio and bar at Jack Astor's is now kind of that way, and is especially packed for sports.
Overall, though, it's these bars in King West.