Comfort Inn Airport West
1500 Matheson Blvd. at Dixie
Mississauga, ON L4W 3Z4
Phone: (905) 624-6900
Fax: (905) 624-1114
This casual nightclub regularly features local dancers and DJs and regards itself as the most popular clubs in Toronto. Weekly events include The Ultimate Ladies Night and weekly guest DJs with music that caters to various generations. Refer to website for specific opening and closing hours.
Zone 1 Nightclub is a cool space to hang around with your buddies and play pool or simply enjoy chilled beers.
Lula Lounge promises to make every moment spent here, a memorable and an exciting one. The Chinese lanterns, antique chandeliers and tablecloths resembling the Indian saree, bring back ancient Asian memories. The limited menu is a mix of American and Italian dishes. Once a week a special dinner offer with a salsa lesson. Be it musical concerts or a simple dinner at the lounge, its always special and a lingering memory. Call for timings.
Wrongbar woos with its buzzing vibrancy and down-to-earth décor. Head here if you want to jive to live music as you sip on a drink. Comfortable sofas and coffee tables make for a cozy and inviting lounge area. Regulars would swear by the jukebox and pinball machines. The venue enjoys a large dance floor where revelers can let their hair down and groove to pop, funk, rap, psychedelic tunes dished out by the DJs. Call for more details on current and upcoming events.
Jerry Stone, the owner of Stones Place, was a sound technician for the rock band Rolling Stones. The walls of this place are adorned with a variety of memorabilia, including guitars, gold records and posters. The place is primarily frequented by gays in their early 20s and various gay bands perform on weekends. It has a lounge, a bar and a small dance floor as well. The place is open only on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Hidden away from some of Toronto's more chaotic scenes, Cafe Jolly is a laid-back and funky bar and Italian diner that transforms into a hopping dance club on Thursday nights with DJs spinning peppy music.
Maro is one of the finest exponents of the blossoming supper club culture in Toronto. Maro has a classy decor, a wonderful dining area serving delectable Asian platter, fabulous lounge bars, dance floors, private rooms and an exquisite patio. One of the premier live event venues in the city, Maro stages music concerts, fashion shows, food and wine festivals, corporate parties, product launches, film shoots, award nights, birthday parties, weddings dinners and more. The club is spread over 3 floors, completely Wi-Fi enabled and possessing state-of-art facilities. As Maro's in-house DJs pelt out the latest hits, you can hit the dance floor! Call for reservations.
Unlike some pretentious clubs with selective bouncers and scandalously-clad young ladies, this loft-styled venue is trendier than the typical bar and livelier than the average lounge. But The Social is neither a bar nor a lounge but both, and equipped with a bumping' dance floor. Although the venue is small, the music, the crowd and the setting embodies the artsy aura of Queen Street West making The Social a comfortable and inviting place to cut loose from the humdrum of the regular workday. Music varies depending on the day but electro, booty bass and everything retro are popular among this crowd of local regulars and city-dwellers from the downtown area.
Looking for a great place to listen to some live music? The Garrison, is just the place for you. It is one of the most popular places where bands come and play. The place can hold a large crowd, for a range of events. For drinks, the bar stocks beer, spirits and other alcoholic beverages. The sound system is excellent. Come here to listen to some well known and up coming bands.
One of Canada's premiere hedonistic night clubs, Wicked Club offers a safe, welcoming atmosphere for patrons to live out their wildest fantasies with the hottest music, provocative performances and weekly events. Check website for admission rates.
For a refreshing night outing, head to the Revival bar and restaurant. This chic and classy place in downtown Toronto is a one-stop spot for all your entertainment needs. You can gulp down your meal with a host of spirits, from cocktails and martinis to wines, world-class beers and even champagnes. After you have enjoyed your satisfying meal is when the true entertainment begins. There is a stage where a host of local performers are ready to rock your night. All in all, a great entertainment joint. Please see the website for further information.
Leave your preconceived notions outside the door. El Convento Rico is only for music-lovers, rump-shakers and drag-queen-admirers. Recognized as the must-see gay club in Toronto, this high energy dance club blasts everything from salsa to hip hop, dance to reggae. And, at the stroke of midnight, everyone circles around the dance floor for hottest Drag Queen Show in the city. The fun and flamboyant performers entertain patrons with their impressive dance routines and saucy tongues, often grabbing audience members to join them for a rumba or two. Whether gay, lesbian, trans-gender or straight, El Convento Rico caters to everyone ready for a night to remember.