Beats, Brews & Bottle Service: Top Toronto Nightclubs

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Lost and Found

Lost and Found

Housed in the lower level of a hundred year-old building in the heart of King West, Lost and Found presents a unique space for discovery. The old brick walls contrasted with the swanky leather couches give this nightspot an air of classic meets modern. It’s a popular hangout on Monday nights when most other clubs are closed. Come to lose yourself in the music – and find new friendships, relationships and experiences.

Music: Top 40, Hip Hop, Mashup, House
Location: 577 King Street West
Contact: 647-995-5772


With its retro ‘70s design, high ceilings and extensive selection of bottles and beverages, Cube styles itself as “the next dimension of entertainment and style.” A large dance floor, private booths and comfortable leather lounge offer multiple options for an evening of fun. Upstairs, the rooftop patio provides stunning views of the Toronto skyline and is always a hot spot during the Toronto International Film Festival for celeb-filled parties.

Music: Top 40, Hip Hop, Mashup, House
Location: 314 Queen Street West
Contact: 416-263-0330


Found on College Street, away from the club district, every weekend Nest can be counted on for a happening dance floor. Enjoy big sounds from well-known international DJs and local up-and-coming talent all powered by a massive DYNACORD sound system.

Music:Top 40, Mashup, House
Location: 423 College Street
Contact: 416-792-9488


If you want another spot out of the club district where you can still enjoy a butt-kicking sound system, CODA in the Annex neighbourhood is worth your time. A mix of dressed up clubbers and band T-shirt-wearing partiers populates the dance floor and the surrounding seating area. You can even get a bite to eat there if you’ve burned up all your calories on the floor.

Music: Techno, House, Electro
Location: 794 Bathurst Street
Contact: 416-536-0346


Partying at Uniun is more than just a night out; it’s an experience. Conceived by nightlife visionary Charles Khabouth as “the first of its kind,” Uniun boasts LED-light installations, a state-of-the-art sound system, and a unique industrial décor. Lush VIP banquet seating is contrasted by cement walls, factory beams and bronzed metal arches awash in the glow of bright coloured lights. Uniun is a mashup of old and new that all comes together to create a multisensory experience like no other.

Music: Top 40, Euro, Mashup, Electro
Location: 473 Adelaide Street West
Contact: 416-603-9300

Maison Mercer

A hot crowd of party-goers, stylish interior and ultramodern sound system – what more can you ask for from a nightclub? Centrally located in the heart of the Entertainment District, this 12,000 square foot multi-level venue boasts a rooftop patio, elevated seating areas, performance stage, dance floor, catering kitchen, LED lighting and video screens and advanced sound system. Whether for a private event, live performance or weekend dance party, Maison Mercer is a place to see and be seen.

Music: Top 40, R&B, House
Location: 15 Mercer Street
Contact: 416-341-8777

EFS Toronto

Catering to young professionals and business people in the King West area, EFS has a rooftop patio that is the envy of many of Toronto’s other nightclubs. Inspired by a piece of art, EFS stands for “Everything’s for Sale.” Private cabanas (equipped with hookahs) line the patio, making it an ideal spot to chill out with friends. Try one of EFS’s signature cocktails, developed by a real mixologist.

Music: Top 40, Hip Hop, R&B, House
Location: 647 King Street West
Contact: 416-477-5460