Uniun Nightclub, The Hoxton, EFS, The Everleigh
473 Adelaide St W., 68 Bathurst St., 647 King St W., 580 King St W.
Night club, Bar, Nighclub, Night club
When you’re looking for a fun, fabulous night out after a hard week’s work, busting a move on one of the many popular dance floors in the Entertainment District is a sure way to let loose with friends. Put on your favourite dancing shoes, grab some people who like to do the running man and request a song at one of these neighbourhood spots just outside King Blue Condos.
You won’t find anything close to Uniun’s state-of-the-art LED lighting system and vast LED screens and sound systems anywhere in the city, making it the ultimate nightlife experience. A notable roster of international and local DJ’s and artists visit almost every weekend, so you can groove to some of your favourite tunes being played live. 473 Adelaide Street West.
Its awesome dance floor is the place to be on a Friday night in the city, especially when artists come for live shows and internationally-renown DJs are spinning their sets for the crowd. 69 Bathurst Street.
A 3,000-square foot outdoor terrace is hidden from the hustle of King Street with lush plants and cabana-style seating at EFS (Everything For Sale) but the Toronto skyline is still in sight (and maybe a glimpse of King Blue in the future!). Hookah rentals are available on the Hamptons-style deck as well as an exclusive menu of items by the Food Dudes to snack on in between visits to the dance floor where you’ll find the city’s luxe-loving partygoers. 647 King Street West.
The Canadiana-inspired décor adds a patriotic touch to this King West nightspot, equipped with rooms decorated and named after cottage country and southern Ontario cities. Start your night off here in the lounge area playing some billiards and enjoying a vodka soda, then make your way to the dance floor for some grooving and shaking. 580 King Street West.