Comfort Hotel & Suites
1209 Lansdowne St. West
Peterborough, ON K9J 7M2
Phone: (705) 740-7000
Fax: (705) 745-0506
1209 Lansdowne St. West, Peterborough, ON, CA, K9J 7M2
- Phone: (705) 740-7000
- Fax: (705) 745-0506
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.
Owned by and named after former Ottawa Rough Rider football star Jerry "Soupy" Campbell, Stoopy's is located in the Moss Park area east of Yonge and Dundas. It is exactly what you'd expect; a tribute to football, specifically the one played in the Canadian Football League. The decor consists of Canadian Football paraphernalia, photos of players in mud up to their hips, and a glimpse into the history of the Canadian Football League. The food is a pub menu all the way, with pizzas, burgers, wings, fish and chips, and ribs. A perfect place for Sports fan and movie buffs as Stoopy's was even used as a location for the movie "Cocktail."
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.
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.
If you like crowds and you're into the dance scene, then you'll feel right at home at Guvernment. This bi-level, sprawling nightclub attracts a stylish, hip, twenty-something crowd of party-goers. The Deluxe lounge offers couches, a bar and fish tanks that serve as tables. A moving walkway takes you to the Orange Room, with very modern interiors and a funky look. Last but not least, check out the Kool Haus and The Drink bars, each with a separate DJ and lots of space to dance and shake a leg.
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.
The focal point at the intersection of College and Spadina, this fully licensed after-hours club is the cushion lying between Kensington Market and the University of Toronto campus. A brave mix of local talent complements a play list that has everything from reggae to acid jazz. Hip-hop Wednesdays and "trance" Thursdays start the weekend of live music that includes a sunrise jam session on Sunday mornings. It's definitely for those who are still hopping come 3am. Comfort Zone stays true to its name as it was voted Toronto's "Best Chill-Out Club" by The Eye Magazine.
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.
Opened in 1982, this club on the Spadina and Queen West strip is located on the same spot where the original 1920s Rivoli Vaudeville Theater was. A hangout in the 1980s for comedian Mike Myers, The Rivoli has a black, white and neon bar that leads to a room where alternative bands and comedians perform. It has a side bar, a patio, a stage for hosting events and shows, a full-fledged restaurant serving lunch, snacks, dinner and night bites, and a pool hall. The menu is a blend of international specialties.
Once a fine Portuguese dining, this boat shaped dance club in the Kensington Market and Chinatown area is a happening place to party. The club features a DJ that churns out latest as well as classic musical hits to add to its nautical atmosphere. Sit at the bar and sip on beverages or 'shake a leg' to the vibrant beats at the dance floor. Call or visit their website to know more.
With its whitewashed exterior and red clay shingling, this restaurant-night club makes you feel like you're in the heart of Spain. There are many delicious items to choose from, but the dinner and dance special is the way to go. Party animals can go for the buzzing dancing floor to shake a leg.