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Where to Dance ‘til Dawn in Toronto’s Hottest Nightclubs


Go to 44 Toronto Where High Energy Meets Exclusive Vibes

Address: 627 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1M5, Canada

Phone Number: +1 647 627 4744


Hours: Open from Friday to Sunday from 11 pm to 3 am 

44 Toronto is one of Toront’s most premium clubs. They cater to different clubs by offering different experiences depending on your preferences or how much you’re willing to spend. They have private VIP areas with booths if you’re willing to ball for some cash. 

If you prefer to just go in and dance, make sure you get there before 10 to line up even before the venue opens. Once you get in, you enjoy live music from popular DJs who specialize in EDM, hiphop, and trap music. 

The inside itself is always bathed in purple and pink lights and stays dim. 

Pro Tip: 

As one of the top clubs in the city, 44 Toronto is extremely strict about the dress code. If you don’t want to be refused entry, dress in your best luxury clothes meaning no casual wear like tank tops, t-shirts, flip flops, shorts, and sport attire. 

Experience a Poolside Oasis in the Heart of Toronto at the Cabana Pool Bar 

Address: 11 Polson St, Toronto, ON M5A 1A4, Canada

Phone Number:  +1 416 469 5655


Hours: Open from Saturday to Sunday from 1 pm to 11 pm

If you’re a club veteran and you’ve gone to literally every single one in Toronto, and you’re looking for something more fresh and unique, then the Cabana Pool Bar is the place to be. Here, you can party from daylight until night time. 

It’s one of the few places to party early in the day. But what makes this place more exciting is the location. The entire bar is set in an outdoor pool area, so you can enjoy the club experience while having access to the water to splash around. 

The pool is located in the center and gives you access to a swim up bar. There’s an island in the middle for when you want to grab the attention of the crowds. 

Pro Tip: 

The Cabana Pool Bar has a capacity to accommodate 2500 people, so if you want to avoid bumping into people while you party, look into renting a private cabana or daybeds while you’re there. They also have private rooms for a more VIP time.  

Dive into the Gritty World of Trap Culture at Call Her Juliet

Address: 510 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1K4, Canada

Phone Number: +1 647 970 7263

Hours: Open from Friday to Saturday from 11 pm to 3 am 

Located along King West, Call Her Juliet emerges as a cut above the rest of the clubs in the area. The biggest selling point here is the music. They get DJs from the local community and big names from out of the country to play music. 

They specialize in trap music, so you can expect bass heavy tunes that you can really dance with your friends to. The dim lighting sets the stage for the entire experience, accentuating the urban-chic decor complete with graffiti art and neon signs on the walls.

We recommend dressing up in bright colors if you want to stand out. Especially when the neon strobe lights hit you once the lights get dimmed. 

Pro Tip: 

They have some tables that you can use to rest when you need to, but they fill up fast because there are only a few at the venue. Try to arrive at the club early and head on either side of the dance floor to find the tables.

Unveil the Depths of Electronic Music in Toronto at Coda

Address: 794 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5R 3G1, Canada

Phone Number: +1 416 536 0346


Hours: Open from Friday to Sunday from 10 pm to 5 am 

Coda is Toronto’s go to destination for clubbing nights dedicated to electronic music. This place features both up and coming artists in the music genre, but also some of the most established ones. 

They blast everything from house to techno music while you get to break a sweat on the dance floor that comes complete with a huge disco ball. 

The club location itself is more intimate than others, so expect to really get the full mosh pit vibes from the other club goers while you’re there.  But, what they lack in space, they more than make up for with their great sound systems. 

Pro Tip: 

The club is a well known venue for electro music events and performances. Check out the events page on their website to see which artists are performing when so that you can time your visit perfectly.

Try Out the Up and Coming Century in King West’s Nightlife Scene 

Address: 580 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1M1, Canada

Phone Number: +1 416 834 4955


Hours: Open From Friday to Saturday from 11 pm to 2 am 

Century emerges as a new addition to the King West’s nightlife, but it’s steadily earning the patronage of locals and visitors alike. It’s located in what used to be the space for Everleigh. 

Here, they put emphasis on your comfort, redefining the club experience. There are lots of tables scattered on the perimeter of the dance floor including 14 private tables and 7 VIP private areas. 

The dynamic lighting and a state-of-the-art sound system adds to ensuring that you have a great time in Century. 

Pro Tip: 

Century hosts a variety of events throughout the year from house parties to special features for visiting DJs. They sometimes offer free entrance if you dress in theme, like their Ski School Event. 

Have a Guaranteed Good Time at the Iconic Door 3

Address: 667 King St W #2, Toronto, ON M5V 1M9, Canada

Phone Number: +1 416 700 0546



  • Open on Thursday from 10:30 pm to 12 am 
  • Open from Friday to Saturday from 10:30 pm to 12 am and 12:30 am to 2 am
  • Open on Sunday from 12:30 am to 2 am

Door 3 or Door Three is one of King Street’s established clubs. A lot of locals prefer to go here primarily because their booze isn’t as overpriced as more premium clubs. But don’t let the affordable price tags fool you. 

The crowd we encounter here ranges from regular professionals to local sport celebs. The team behind Door 3 also goes a step further by giving you great service when you’re there. You can expect friendly and helpful staff when ordering or for security. 

This intimate venue has booths that line a huge bar, great lighting, great music, and a lively atmosphere for a memorable experience.

Pro Tip: 

Since it won’t break the bank anyway, we highly suggest going for the exclusive booths. Not only is the fee consumable by buying drinks from Door 3, but you also get a more comfortable time clubbing. 

Go Deep into Toronto’s Club Scene at the Drake Underground

Address: 1150 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1J3, Canada

Phone Number: +1 416 531 5042


Hours: Open from Friday to Saturday from 10 pm to 2 am 

Located in the basement of The Drake Hotel, Drake Underground is one of the lesser known clubs in the city. It positions itself as a breeding ground for artists just making their start in the industry as well as a roaring hub for industry big shots. 

Hosting over 200 acts every year, you can expect a different genre blasting from the speakers each time you go from R&B music, hiphop, rap, trap, and top tracks. Some of the past acts include Leon Bridges, Robyn Hitchcock, and Chromeo. 

There are also nights where they incorporate shows into the clubbing experience like comedy shows and poetry slams. 

Pro Tip: 

Drake Underground operates on a first come first serve basis, so there’s no need to make reservations but it can fill up fast especially on nights with more famous acts. We suggest going early and hanging out by the lounges on the upper floors first. 

Celebrate Inclusivity and Latin Music at El Convento Rico

Address: 750 College St, Toronto, ON M6G 1C4, Canada

Phone Number: +1 416 588 7800



  • Open from Friday to Saturday from 9 pm to 3 am 
  • Open on Sunday from 10 pm to 3:30 am  

El Convento Rico has been in the business of creating a welcoming clubbing venue for Toronto since it opened in 1992. It’s LGBTQ+ friendly with staff dedicated to creating a safe space to enjoy a fun night out. 

The music centers heavily on Latin music, but they also play Top 40s and techno for a more diverse mix. There are also nightly drag shows from 12 am to 1 am hosted by Jezebel Bardot. You can buy tickets for these in advance for a discount on them!

Plus, they recently opened a new addition, a tapas bar. The Daughter House serves Hispanic and Latin food for your pre-party fillers. 

Pro Tip: 

The club’s Miss Convento Rico drag pageant is as iconic as the venue itself. They host the event every year and it’s a spectacle you won’t want to miss. They announce the schedule for the event at the start of the year so stay up to date on their website. 

Have a More Refined Night out at Isabelle’s

Address: 548 King St W #200, Toronto, ON M5V 1M3, Canada 

Phone Number: +1 416 363 2223


Hours: Open from Thursday to Saturday from 10 pm to 3 am 

Isabelle’s is the place to be if you’re sick of encountering younger crowds of over excited and newly turned adults. This place is a haven for those looking for more relaxed nights out. That doesn’t mean it’s boring either. 

The venue has couches you can use freely lining the walls of the location. There’s a dedicated DJ booth to the side where you can go and make requests. The entire club is decorated with an art-driven design, making it more sophisticated than regular clubs. 

Most nights feature a house DJ, but there are nights when they feature guest DJs to control the sounds. Live music events are also a regular thing at Isabelle’s. 

Pro Tip: 

The crowd that frequents this club are usually part of the chic social circles who take the art-inspired theme seriously. If you don’t want to stick out in a bad way, make sure to dress elegantly when you go. 

Enjoy the Pools and Rooftop Views at Lavelle

Address: 627 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1M5, Canada

Phone Number: +1 647 347 9353



  • Open from Friday to Saturday from 6 pm to 2 am 
  • Open on Thursday from 6 pm to 1 am

Lavelle Rooftop Lounge is an icon in Toronto’s nightlife and for good reason. The venue is huge and combines a rooftop bar experience with poolside club fun. This venue has neon LED lit pools and panoramic views of the Toronto skyline from 16 storeys up. 

There is a variety of seating whether you prefer to be right next to the pool (or in the water itself) or a more private experience with the roofed cabanas. But, most people prefer to be in with the crowd near the DJ booth where the action is at. 

The rooftop setting, combined with great taste in music from Trap and Hip-Hop attracts a diverse crowd and a lively atmosphere.

Pro Tip: 

Get there early and enjoy some Latin and Japanese food by Chef German Bermudez before or after partying. We recommend staying in the beach theme by getting the Hawaiian Nachos with roasted pineapple pico de gallo and jalapeno lime aioli. 

Nest: Kensington Market’s Hottest Nightclub

Address: 423 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1T1, Canada

Phone Number: +1 416 792 9488



  • Open on Friday from 10 pm to 3 am 
  • Open on Saturday from 10:30 pm to 3 am 

Nest is not in the clubbing neighborhood in Toronto, so it’s only visited by repeat guests, and we’re one of them. They dedicate Friday nights to EDM. Barcode Saturdays are popular among the locals who are into rap, trap music, and hip hop. 

The DYNACORD sound system they use makes sure the music quality is always high. 

They have 2 bars in the location with the DJ booth on one end. The 13,000 square foot space allows for lots of space for dancing and appreciating the venue’s giant art deco nests scattered throughout add a distinctive touch.

Pro Tip: 

The bar opposite the DJ booth is much less crowded so if you’re in a rush for a drink, you’ll get faster service there. 

Go to the Best Club in Toronto at Rebel 

Address: 11 Polson Street First Floor, Toronto, ON M5A 1A4, Canada

Phone Number: +1 416 469 5655


Hours: Open on Saturday from 10 pm to 4 am

No list of Toronto’s best clubs would be complete without Rebel, the city’s answer to the massive nightclubs in Vegas. They do everything big here. The entire venue sits on a 45,000 square foot property with a 65 foot stage. 

As the largest club in Toronto, Rebel can accommodate up to 4,000 people across four different rooms, each with its unique music style. Every genre of music is played here by the music industry’s biggest names. 

Some of the previous artists who have graced the stage are Drake, Future, ASAP Rocky, Justin Bieber, Cardi B, DaBaby, 50 CENT, T-pain, and Steve Aoki. 

Pro Tip: 

If you’re looking for the bar, head out to the mezzanine where the huge central bar is. We like starting our nights here with a few cocktails before heading to the dance floor. This is where we get our Instagram shots taken before the night really gets going.  

Experience an Elevated Nightclub at the Toybox

Address: 473 Adelaide St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1T1, Canada

Phone Number: +1 416 603 9300


Hours: Open from Friday to Saturday from 10:30 pm to 3 am

We like Toybox because of the sheer space of the venue spanning over 14,000 square feet. The club occupies 2 floors with a big dance floor on the upper floor and a lounge area on the first. The lower floor also has a smaller and more intimate dancing area. 

The inside has heavy pop culture nods complete with an in-house mascot. The brown bear is present every night and is seen dancing and drinking along with guests. 

Toybox has some of the more complex and fun lighting shows we’ve seen that pulsate on beat with the music. Hip hop and EDM music play on full blast while laser lights and projectors add a visual layer to your night. 

Pro Tip: 

Toybox hosts performances to kick off the night. The doors open an hour before the show starts and the entrance closes 30 minutes after it starts, so make sure you get there early. You can find parking at 115 on Portland Street. 

Enjoy Clubbing in the Dark at Ultraviolet Toronto

Address: 1096 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1H9, Canada

Phone Number: +1 416 240 0168



  • Open on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday from 11 pm to 4 am 

Ultraviolet Toronto, located along the vibrant Queen Street West neighborhood, stands out as a beacon for enthusiasts of hip-hop and rap music. The design of the interior matches the vibe with graffiti lining the walls lit up in UV lights. 

The dance floor which is lit up by strobe and spot lights is our favorite part of the venue. They also occasionally turn off the regular lights to turn on the UV lights that light up some decals painted on the walls and ceiling in special paint. 

Couches are available across from the bar, where you can order some classic drinks and some inventive cocktails they cook up just for you. 

Pro Tip: 

Ultraviolet charges an entrance fee of $20, but ladies can get in for free if you get there before 11 pm. They’re strict on the time cut off so get there early because the line for ladies to get in is still long.