Comfort Inn Toronto Northeast
8330 Woodbine Ave.
Markham, ON L3R 2N8
Phone: (905) 477-6077
Fax: (905) 477-9664
With over 18,000 square feet of space, the Viva Nightclub in Markham is here to stay! The parties are like no other with strobe and disco lights creating an other worldly atmosphere. The resident and guest DJs feel the pulse of the crowd and ensure that everyone is on their feet. Should you need a break from the dance floor, simply head to VIP enclosure. This is not a corner bar so make sure that you've dressed up in your finest to rub shoulders with the city's beautiful people.
Located on Campus of the York University, The Underground is the one stop entertainment and dining space for students. A big hit among students, the Underground with 5 spaces is where you would find most students when not on lectures. With great dining options and a pub this is where you can have fun. The menu is made up of typical entrees, appetizers, snacks, salads and main courses international beer and other alcoholic beverages are also served here. The Underground has also been home to many events the pub nights being the most popular. Facilities within the Undeground include Contact, Embers, Hideaway, Stone's Throw Pub and Chancellors. So the next time you want to have a gala time think about booking this place.
With 22 televisions all tuned to various athletic competitions and 16 draft taps tuned to the patrons, this east end bar has been voted Toronto's best sports bar three times by Toronto Sun newspaper readers. The club is ideal for grabbing a bite, drinking as well as enjoying sports. A nightclub as well, the spacious Mr Slate Sports Bar serves a blended menu. Pizzas, burgers and nachos along with dinner entrees like steaks, chicken and pasta is an additional add to the Pub's fame.
For everything from an intimate evening with friends to a huge, wild party, Club V is a night club and lounge that gives the feeling of a VIP cloud for jet- setting A-listers. The club is available for rent and features weekly themed party nights.
Not too many places can combine hot salsa dancing with dining just as exquisitely, but this Latin club-restaurant does just that. Patrons come for the Seared Sea Bass and stay for the meringue being dished out on the dance floor. The menu crosses several national boundaries, with grilled breads like lavash, crostini and roasted red pepper, Grilled New York Striploin, Grilled Salmon and a Smoked Chicken Fusilli.
Spread across three levels, Fly Nightclub is a popular gay nightclub that welcomes everyone. Opened in 1999, this premier club has local, regional, domestic and international DJs setting the floor on fire. It features two balconies, lounge areas, a great sound system, eclectic lighting and a huge dance floor.
Slack's Restaurant and Bar is the city's " only true women's bar ". Explore a range of options: sip on martinis, meet hot singles or get drunk on pints of beer during their themed nights, groove to the beats churned out by the resident DJs or witness a live gig among other things. On their platter are delicious appetizers, crunchy caesar salads, mouthwatering sandwiches, cheese stuffed pastas and appetizing entrées. Homemade desserts like chocolate cheesecake, apple crumble, strawberry and passion fruit gelato are, indeed, a slice of heaven on earth! You can also host your private or business dinners and parties at this venue. Check website for more details.
Imagine a gay bar so entertaining that tour buses from out of town stop by for the Sunday night drag show. Situated between Yonge Street and Jarvis, the bar also serves as a neighborhood gathering place for locals, especially in the afternoon, when they can chat without too much background noise. And Saturday afternoon, it's bingo time with a twist with Sister Bedelia, a perfect prelude to the Saturday night dance marathon.
A down-to-earth Tex-Mex spot on Bloor West, this is the kind of place where jocks, academics and business types put all pretensions aside for a good time. There's a jukebox, pool table, couple of TVs and no attitude. It's dark and friendly with plenty of fake cactus plants and cowskin-covered chairs. The food is Tex-Mex with some pub grub thrown in for those who can't take the chili peppers. A good place to meet before embarking on an extended night of fun, or to end your evening with a late snack.
If you're looking for a big, dark, loud, squeezed-in-to-capacity music venue, yet still want that intimate club-like atmosphere, then this twin-level space is for you. Because of its size, the Lee's Palace & The Dance Cave club attracts some of the better known alternative music names on the circuit. These include Moxy Fruvous, DJ Trevor, DJ Shannon and more. Shows for all-ages are put on during the day. Timings vary for both levels so call ahead for details.
Carabet, pool tables, music, dance, swimming pool and a lively gay scene, Zipperz / Cellblock encompasses each and provides unparalleled entertainment to its stylish patrons. Its theme nights offer free games of pool, classical music by famous piano players and enthralling carabet acts. On other nights, guests can watch drag shows, which are acclaimed as one of the best in Toronto, or tap their feet on the sleek stainless steel dance floor while renowned DJs spin popular tracks. And if you are tired of the performing arts, take a dip in their cool swimming pool or lounge next to it with a mug of beer while you make new friends. This bar is definitely the place to go if you're looking for a trendy party or an active dating scene.
If you want to while the evening away listening to foot-thumping music as you nurse a drink or two, The Annex Wreck Room is where you should be. Let your hair down at this vibrant nightclub, as you groove to hardcore, metal or rock tunes churned out by the DJs. The club is popular for gigs by upcoming and established bands that it welcomes with regularity. You can also host your private events: birthdays, parties on the floor space. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events and exact timings.