When you have a visum kanada, and you plan to go there, you might as well check for places to visit, especially at night. In the streets of downtown, King and Queen West and Yorkville are where you could find these places where you can chill out and relax on a weekend night at Toronto. Below are the following:
1. Everything For Sale (EFS) Nightclub
Located at King West, this modern, loft-style, leather King and Bathurst nightclub is often visited by people. The 5,000-square-foot bar sees Bay Street and includes a 2,500-square-foot rooftop patio where you can relax and meet new friends.
2. Lost and Found
With the sign, “Not all who wander are lost,” this bar has attracted several celebrities and A-list Toronto tourists. Here, you can find hipsters, and young professionals hitting on new hip-hop and trap soundtracks.
3. Mister C. Bar Room
Thinking of going into a bar room with a silent atmosphere? With velvet flock wallpaper and a gold-trimmed room, you can enjoy Japanese-Korean menus and order some drinks while relaxing at the Bisha Hotel Toronto’s luxury bar.
4. Bar Chef
Located at the street of Queen West, the drinks in this bar are served by the top mixologists in Canada. The menu includes a long list of drinks varying from house-made and classic cocktail drinks to absinthe, bottle-aged drinks, in-house infusions, and fine spirits.
5. Jazz and Blues Bar in The Rex Hotel
The Rex has been booking jazz bands since the 1980s—from jazz legends to local jazz artists and talented youngsters. Although this place is still a hotel, it is best known for its working-class origin bar.
6. Alobar Yorkville
This place, located at a little courtyard in Yorkville, is good for having a drink or two and some snacks with a hint of fine-dining vibe.
7. The Mod Club in Little Italy
As a nightclub and concert hall since 2002, the club hosts concerts, music festival showcase events and DJ nights weekly with a variety of genres in music.
8. The Carbon Bar
This bar combines black-leather banquettes with red-leather chairs, offers good choices in drinks and not-so-loud indie music, which people come and relax into.
9. The Rooftop
The glass cube rooftop of the Broadview Hotel provides for an indoor-outdoor space with an amazing view from all directions. With this view and a sip on Aperol spritzes, rum punches or a pitcher of Negronis, what more can you ask for?
10. Pinkerton Snack Bar
This snack bar entices downtowners with its good food, perfect cocktails, and nineties rock music. A good number of wines and cask beer are also available.