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The Office Pub, Weslodge Saloon, Bar Wellington, Fynn's of Temple, Crush Wine Bar

117 John St., 480 King St W., 520 Wellington St W., 489 King St W., 455 King St W.

Bar, Restaurant, Bar, Bar, Wine Bar

The clock strikes five and you’re ready to hit send on that last email and shut things down at the office. But there’s no hurry to go straight home just yet, especially when there’s plenty of great neighbourhood spots on your way home to King Blue Condos to socialize at with colleagues and friends after a long day of meetings. Round up your department, call over a few friends that work nearby and enjoy a social drink before you plan the rest of your night in the King West area. Cheers! The Office Pub With a name like the Office Pub, there may not be a better place to leave your work stress behind with a handcrafted cocktail, or one of the 17 beers on tap. Pull up a leather barstool and discuss your summer vacation plans with coworkers and stay for the karaoke every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. ms-kb-king-blue-condos-king-street-west-toronto-the-office-pub-bar-drinks-cocktails Weslodge Saloon This may be the only spot in downtown Toronto where you can enjoy Negronis while admiring a stuffed buffalo head and hunting guns above the bar menu. As after-work hangouts go, this is quite an original one, but its still a casual and modern saloon. You can’t miss it, just look for the electric yellow doors down the street from King Blue Condos. ms-kb-king-blue-condos-king-street-west-toronto-drinks-bars-after-work-weslodge-saloon Bar Wellington Part bar, part cocktail lounge, part restaurant, Bar Wellington in a historic building at the corner of Portland and Wellington has tons of character and options for your group of patrons. It may soon become your favourite local meeting spot for a casual catch-up and crisp white wine on the rooftop patio. kb-ms-king-street-west-toronto Fynn’s of Temple As a popular after-work hangout for local businesses, you’ll find a mix of graphic designers, advertising execs and junior VPs sharing some laughs over plates of appetizers and pitchers of beer on any given weeknight. Check out their website for the weekly lineup of live music and drink and meal specials. ms-kb-king-blue-condos-king-street-west-toronto-fynns-temple-bar Crush Wine Bar It’s been a longtime fixture of the King West scene, and it’s no wonder – Crush is one of the best wine bars in Toronto. You can bring your own bottle for a corkage fee, or come empty-handed and explore the extensive globe-spanning menu of by the glass and bottle options. It will definitely impress out of town clients and your boss. ms-kb-king-blue-condos-king-street-west-toronto-crush-wine-bar-drinks-cocktails-wine