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1. SPiN Toronto461 King St W, Toronto
2. Panorama Lounge55 Bloor Street W, Toronto
3. Horseshoe Tavern370 Queen St W, Toronto
4. Drake Hotel1150 Queen St W, Toronto
5. Sneaky Dee's431 College St, Toronto
6. Bier Markt58 The Esplanade, Toronto
7. Spice Route Asian Bistro + Bar499 King St W, Toronto
8. Get Well1181 Dundas St W, Toronto
SPiN is Toronto's premiere (and possibly only) ping-pong social club, offering numerous ping-pong tables, a great drink selection, and a variety of grub to munch on after burning away those calories chasing tiny balls around the room.
Panorama Lounge offers breathtaking views of the Toronto skyline, while providing a sophisticated space for sipping handcrafted cocktails and savoring items from an award-winning menu created by Executive Chef Zach Jacobs.
This legendary bar and music venue has been around since 1947 and has featured music legends like Willie Nelson, Conway Twitty, The Ramones, The Rolling Stones and many more.
The Drake is more than just a hotel. It features a dining room, lounge, Sky Yard outdoor space, cafe, and performance venue so you're bound to enjoy yourself no matter what venue you choose to hang at.
More than just a quality Tex-Mex resto, Sneaky Dee's is also a premiere music venue that hosts a number of shows every week in their 200+ person concert hall.
With four locations, Bier Markt makes it easy to visit no matter where you are in the city. And you'll wanna visit after knowing they all feature a menu loaded with tasty meats and sandwiches, and of course, more than 150 kinds of beer.
Spice Route features distinct Asian cuisine and decor, but the signature is their spiked hot and cold teas and extensive menu of cocktails for you to enjoy in their luxurious space.