27 Fun Things To Do In Toronto At Night In 2024
Looking for what to do in Toronto at night that’s unique to this top Canadian city?
We’ve spent many nights as tourists in Toronto. We’ve lived up incredible evenings watching the Raptors, Blue Jays and Marleys play in their home city, have walked the downtown streets lit up at night, attended late night concerts at the docks, and have even seen the city lights from some of the most spectacular places.
We’re all about having a good time exploring the unique features of this city from a different lens than during the day, and that’s the kind of activity list we want to provide you with.
Keep reading if you want to find out which Toronto attractions are worth visiting after dark, as well as where to go for a night drive, which parts of the city to go for incredible night views, and where to stay in Toronto after your night out.
Last updated Dec 28, 2023.
- Best Things to Do in Toronto at Night: Quick Guide
- Best Evening and Late Night Activities in Toronto
- 1. Head to the CN Tower to See the City Lights
- 2. Visit the Toronto Islands for a Scenic Skyline View
- 3. Take an Evening Tour of Niagara Falls
- 4. Walk the Glowing Downtown Toronto Streets
- 5. Attend a Blue Jays, Raptors or Maple Leafs Game
- 6. Catch a Performance at the Iconic Ed Mirvish Theatre
- 7. Visit the ROM After Dark
- 8. Explore the Diverse Food Scene of Kensington Market
- 9. Stroll Through Toronto’s Quaint Parks
- 10. Shop at the Eaton Centre
- 11. Walk Along the Vibrant Bloor-Yorkville Neighbourhood
- 12. Visit a Toronto Night Market
- 13. Enjoy an Evening Patio
- 14. Rent a Bonfire Pit Across the City
- 15. Take a Boat Tour of the Toronto Harbourfront
- 16. Embark on a Night Tour of Old Toronto
- 17. Spend the Evening at the Rec Room
- 18. Go Ice Skating at Nathan Phillips Square in Winter
- 19. Attend a Live Show
- 20. Visit Ripley's Aquarium for a Night Event
- 21. Experience the Magic of the Distillery Winter Village
- 22. Take a Self-Guided Graffiti & Mural Tour
- 23. Enjoy Late Night Street Food
- 24. Walk Along the Beach
- 25. Enjoy a Dinner Show at Medieval Times
- 26. Take a Private Sunset Flight Over the City
- 27. Take a Night Drive Through Toronto
- FAQs: Toronto by Night
- Wrap Up: Toronto at Night
Best Things to Do in Toronto at Night: Quick Guide
If you’re short on time, here’s a quick list of our favourite evening and late night activities Toronto has to offer according to your interests:
- View the city lights from the CN Tower (Check out this night tour) – A must-do if you’ve never done it
- Spend the evening on Toronto Island – Best for a unique and romantic evening out if you have the time
- Walk the downtown/midtown streets at night – Ideal for budget-travelers
- Head to a Major League game – Our favourite way to catch the vibe of the city
- Evening Harbourfront Boat Cruise – Ideal for first-time travelers looking for a memorable tour
- Go skating at Nathan Phillips Square – Perfect free thing to do in Toronto in winter
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Best Evening and Late Night Activities in Toronto
This list will take you all across the city (and even to some nearby attractions), but the majority of Toronto’s late night activities are found in the downtown core and nearby neighbhourhoods.
Whether you’re heading to a game at the Rogers Centre or Scotiabank Arena, looking for the best eats after work, or spending a romantic evening with your special someone, here’s our ideas of what to do in Toronto after dark.
1. Head to the CN Tower to See the City Lights
Visiting the CN Tower is easily one of the top night attractions in Toronto’s downtown core. As the city’s tallest structure, the CN Tower is a great place to go for panoramic views of Toronto that is especially captivating at dusk.
With the city’s lights twinkling below, you’ll feel like you’re standing on top of the world.
This small group night tour of the CN Tower and historic Old Town is an awesome way to see the city lights and one of Toronto’s most visited after neighbhourhoods. Tours are the best way for us to get the most out of our travels as tourists. This tour is highly-rated and also includes pick-up and drop off from your downtown Toronto hotel.
And if you’re visiting Toronto as a tourist, picking up some iconic Canadian souvenirs from the CN Tower gift shop is a great way to bring a little piece of Canada back home with you.
If you’re looking for a romantic night out, the CN Tower’s 360 Restaurant is the perfect spot for an evening meal. Located at the top of the tower, you’ll be treated with a fabulous meal while the city circles around you below.
2. Visit the Toronto Islands for a Scenic Skyline View
Visiting the Toronto Islands at night can be a magical experience, giving you the chance to escape the busy city streets and to take in the skyline from (in our opinion) the best spot in the whole city.
While most visitors head to the islands during the day for outdoor activities, the islands take on a completely different atmosphere at night. With fewer people around and a peaceful atmosphere, it’s the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Just be sure to catch the last late night ferry back to mainland!
One of the best things to do on the Toronto Islands at night is to take a bicycle tour around the island while the sun is setting.
This top-rated 3 hour, guided small group evening bike tour is a convenient way to visit the island without having to worry about all of the logistics of ferries and bike rentals. You’ll get to see the main sites of the island, stop for dessert, and have a friendly guide share stories of the island you wouldn’t otherwise hear.
The Centreville Amusement Park, located on Centre Island, is also open until 8pm on weekends in the summer months, making for a fun activity for families and groups. You can also enjoy a meal at one of the island’s restaurants.
Regardless of what you do on the island, we highly recommend stopping and taking in the stellar sunset with the glowing skyline and reflective waterfront. There’s nothing quite like Toronto Island at night, so make sure to get the most out of your visit before catching the last ferry back to downtown.
Tip: The islands are home to a few of the best places to go in Toronto for a night view. We’ll touch on this more below.
3. Take an Evening Tour of Niagara Falls
There’s no denying that Niagara Falls isn’t in Toronto, but it is relatively close! Instead of driving 1.5 hours, we recommend the simplicity of booking this full-day and evening tour of Niagara Falls from Toronto.
What we love about taking a tour of Niagara Falls from Toronto is that all of the logistics are taken care of and you know you will be taken to see the best sites in Niagara Falls. While most tours only run in the daytime, this one extends into the evening so you have time to see the falls illuminated at night.
This tour also includes an optional buffet dinner at the Sheraton Fallsview Hotel’s Fallsview Restaurant, one of the best Fallsview hotels in Niagara Falls. This hotel is known for its jaw-dropping views of the falls, including from its stunning restaurant.
If you’re just arriving in Toronto by plane and want to start your first evening in Ontario with this activity, getting to Niagara Falls from Toronto Pearson Airport isn’t hard either. You can take a bus, GO Transit, shuttle service or arranged tour with pick up and drop off.
4. Walk the Glowing Downtown Toronto Streets
There are some really great places to take a walk in the downtown Toronto city at night.
One popular spot to walk is along the Harbourfront (Queen’s Quay), where you can enjoy the beautiful views of Lake Ontario while taking in the city’s skyline. The area is well-lit and is considered a safe and enjoyable place to walk.
Another great area to walk in downtown Toronto in the evening is the Distillery District. This pedestrian-only area is home to a collection of restored Victorian-era buildings that now house art galleries, restaurants, and shops.
This Old Town Toronto district is lit up with charming string lights, creating a cozy and romantic ambiance. With its narrow cobblestone streets, quaint shops and historic architecture, the Distillery District is a uniquely picturesque spot to explore after dark.
For us, we love walking the streets of Toronto’s Entertainment District at night. There’s so much energy around you, especially if there’s a game or event happening that night. It’s a free thing to do and an easy way to absorb the vibe of the big city.
5. Attend a Blue Jays, Raptors or Maple Leafs Game
Attending one of Toronto’s professional league games is one of the best evening activities in the city – whether you’re a diehard fan or not (like us).
The electric atmosphere at any major league game is thrilling and contagious, and is enough to keep you on the edge of your seat and your heart racing. If we (self-proclaimed non-sports fans) can get hyped up for a game, you know it’s legit.
Depending on the sport, games are usually held at the Scotiabank Arena or the Rogers Centre, both located in the downtown core.
Even if you don’t have tickets in advance, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to grab some at the door or from people reselling them on the street before the game – just be prepared to pay for the convenience.
6. Catch a Performance at the Iconic Ed Mirvish Theatre
One of the most iconic experiences you can have in during an evening visit to Toronto is catching a performance at the Ed Mirvish Theatre. Here you will find both stunning architecture and design, as well as world-class productions, making this theater truly a Toronto bucket list stop for anyone who loves the arts.
Whether you’re into classic musicals or contemporary dramas, you can bank on the performances here being well worth your time.
After the show, the fun doesn’t have to end. Toronto’s Entertainment District is filled with bars, restaurants, and nightclubs, making it the perfect place to continue your night out.
7. Visit the ROM After Dark
Visiting the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)’s 19+ monthly ROM After Dark events is a fun way to switch up your usual date night or evening out with your friends. ROM After Dark is a special event that takes place on select Fridays throughout the year, offering extended hours and fun 19+ entertainment throughout the museum.
During the ROM After Dark, you can explore the museum’s galleries and exhibits after hours and in a more intimate setting with fewer crowds and a more relaxed atmosphere. The event also features special programming, including live music, featured interactive displays, and great food and drink.
Spending the evening exploring ROM After Dark is a fantastic opportunity to explore the museum in a new and exciting way, and the perfect date idea or social event for anyone who loves a little intrigue and thought provoking conversation.
8. Explore the Diverse Food Scene of Kensington Market
Exploring Kensington Market at night is a fun alternative to the bar and nightclub scene.
The market is known for its assortment of independent shops, restaurants, and cafes, making it a fun neighbourhood to explore for an evening stroll. The colorful streets come alive with twinkling lights, live music and busy patios (during the summer).
Kensington Market at night is an excellent spot for foodies, with a variety of street food vendors and restaurants serving up cuisine from around the world. If you like exploring unique neighbourhoods after the sun sets, Kensington Market is a must-visit night spot in downtown Toronto.
9. Stroll Through Toronto’s Quaint Parks
Taking a walk at night through Toronto’s quaint parks is a peaceful way to enjoy nature in the concrete jungle, and one of the best free things to do in Toronto at night.
Some of the best parks for walking at night include the Toronto Music Gardens (at the Harbourfront), High Park, and Riverdale Park East (where you can see a sweet view of the Toronto night skyline).
The Toronto Music Gardens, designed in collaboration with cellist Yo-Yo Ma, offers a unique experience for visitors, with its winding paths, water features, and musical motifs inspired by Bach’s Suite No. 1 in G Major.
High Park, located in the heart of the city, gives you a chance to escape the busyness of the city, with its wooded trails, ponds, and cherry blossoms in the spring.
Riverdale Park East, located along the Don Valley Parkway, is home to one of the best lookouts over Toronto, making it the perfect spot for a romantic evening stroll or a peaceful solo walk.
10. Shop at the Eaton Centre
Shopping at the Eaton Centre is a low-key way to spend the evening in Toronto when the weather makes you want to stay indoors. This massive shopping mall located in the heart of downtown features over 230 stores and restaurants, making it downtown Toronto’s biggest shopping centre.
The Eaton Centre is also conveniently located near many of Toronto’s other top attractions, so it’s a great way to round off your day after hours of sightseeing.
11. Walk Along the Vibrant Bloor-Yorkville Neighbourhood
Walking along the vibrant Bloor-Yorkville neighborhood is another free evening activity in Toronto for all ages. This upscale neighborhood is known for its high-end shopping, trendy vintage thrift stores, gorgeous architecture, and lively cultural scene.
The area is home to some of Toronto’s most popular shops, including designer boutiques, luxury brand stores, and independent retailers. Visitors can also explore art galleries, museums, and cultural attractions, including the Royal Ontario Museum and the Bata Shoe Museum.
If you’re spending the evening in this mid-town Toronto neighbourhood, you can look forward to enjoying a leisurely stroll along tree-lined streets, and stopping for a coffee or a bite to eat at one of the area’s many chic cafes and restaurants.
12. Visit a Toronto Night Market
Consider visiting Toronto’s night markets if you want to get immersed in the city’s cultural street food and market scene. These outdoor markets feature vendors selling everything from delicious street food and handmade crafts to fresh produce and unique gifts.
The night markets are typically held on select weekends during the summer months. You can expect a lively atmosphere with music, entertainment, and cultural performances.
You can browse stalls, sample delicious food from around the world, and soak up the festive atmosphere. Here’s a couple Toronto night markets to check out:
🥡Night Market Toronto: Halal Food Tour (stops in various cities across GTA)
🥡Stackt Market: BACKYARD Asian Night Market
🥡Distillery Winter Village
13. Enjoy an Evening Patio
There’s something magical about enjoying the evening on a restaurant patio in downtown Toronto. As you sit outside on a warm summer evening, the hustle and bustle of the busy streets fades into the background, and you’re left to savor the moment with good company and delicious food.
A city the size of Toronto has lots of great patios to check out in the warm weather. Some restaurants in downtown Toronto with a reputation for the best patios include:
🍹Kost – 80 Blue Jays Way
🍹The One Eighty – 55 Bloor Street West
🍹Kasa Moto – 115 Yorkville Ave
🍹El Catrin – 18 Tank House Lane
🍹Lavelle – 627 King St West
🍹Epoch Bar + Kitchen Terrace – 181 Wellington St W
14. Rent a Bonfire Pit Across the City
Having a bonfire at a designated bookable fire pit in Toronto is a fantastic way to spend an evening with friends or family. There’s something so down to earth and comforting about gathering around a fire, roasting marshmallows, and enjoying good conversation.
In the heart of the city, it can be hard to find a place where you can experience the tranquility of nature, but these fire pits offer just that.
The city of Toronto has several designated fire pits that can be booked ahead of time, many of which are in public parks or beaches. Check out a map of the city’s designated firepits that you can book for your next night out in Toronto.
Note: A permit is required, but the application is quite simple by calling 416.396.7378, then dialing 2.
15. Take a Boat Tour of the Toronto Harbourfront
Get out on the water for a top evening cruise along the Toronto Harbourfront with one of the city’s top touring companies. As you cruise along the waterfront, you’ll be treated to sunset views of the city skyline, seeing downtown from a perspective you just can’t get on land.
During this tour, you’ll also typically learn about the history of the city and the Toronto Islands. Many tour operators offer guided commentary, pointing out notable landmarks and sharing interesting stoires about the city’s past.
A Harbourfront Cruise is a great after dinner activity in Toronto for all ages and abilities, and a totally memorable way to spend your time in Canada’s largest city.
16. Embark on a Night Tour of Old Toronto
Taking a night tour of Old Town Toronto with See Sight Tours is a great way to experience the city’s rich history and culture after dark.
As you walk through the cobblestone streets and alleyways of the Distillery District, you’ll hear stories about the area’s past and have the chance to shop and see this pedestrian-only area by foot.
You’ll also see some of the city’s highlights by car in a driving tour through downtown, as well as take in the most scenic lookout of the city from the top of the CN Tower.
17. Spend the Evening at the Rec Room
For a fun evening in downtown Toronto, check out The Rec Room just south of the CN Tower, on Bremner Boulevard. This massive entertainment complex is filled with all kinds of activities, including an arcade, virtual reality experiences, bowling, and more.
There’s also a bar and restaurant onsite, and a sweet outdoor patio with views of the CN Tower. Catch live performances in the evenings or watch the game on their big screens.
There are also a number of similar type of indoor arcades and games centres that cater to both adults and kids across the GTA. If you’re up for a drive just outside the city, check out Playdium, Activate or Glow Zone 360, some of the best evening activities in Brampton.
18. Go Ice Skating at Nathan Phillips Square in Winter
Skating at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto is a quintessential winter activity that any tourist to the city should do. The square’s outdoor ice rink is the most iconic skating spot in the city, as it’s surrounded by Toronto’s skyscrapers and the exciting energy of the city.
The rink is open from in the winter months and is free to use. Downtown Toronto is one of the top Ontario destinations to visit during winter, and getting in some ice time at Nathan Phillips Square should be high on your priority list.
During the winter months, the square is decorated with holiday lights and a massive Christmas tree. The rink is open late into the evening, and is definitely a must-do winter activity in Toronto that’s perfect for all ages.
19. Attend a Live Show
Attending a live show in Toronto is an experience definitely worth having at least once during your stay in the city. As you may well know, Toronto is home to a thriving arts scene, with a huge variety of live shows taking place on any given night.
Some of the many iconic venues in Toronto include the Mirvish Theatre, Massey Hall, Royal Alexandra Theatre, and the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts.
Attending a live show in Toronto is not just about the performance itself, but also about the energy and atmosphere of the city. The streets are alive with excitement as people flock to their favorite show spots.
20. Visit Ripley’s Aquarium for a Night Event
It’s one thing to visit Ripley’s Aquarium in the day time, but visiting in the evening is that much cooler. Whether you arrive late for their regular evening hours (until 9pm) or attend a special night event, spending the evening with majestic sea creatures is a magical way to experience Toronto at night.
Whether you’re with family, friends, or on a romantic date, the aquarium provides a unique and unforgettable backdrop for your evening in the city. The combination of sea creatures, interactive exhibits, and deep sea lighting are perfectly suited for a nightime outing.
We’ve visited Toronto’s Ripley’s Aquarium a few times now, and while we haven’t personally seen it alive at night, we know how awesome it is by day. We can only imagine the magic of seeing it after dark.
21. Experience the Magic of the Distillery Winter Village
One of the most exciting things to do in Toronto at night in the winter is visiting the Distillery Winter Village (rebranded from the Toronto Christmas Market).
The market is set up in the historic Distillery District, which is transformed into a winter wonderland from mid-November until the final hurrah of the New Year’s Eve celebration.
Some of the highlights of the Distillery Winter Village include shopping from dozens of unique vendors, enjoying late night eats, and making it out for live musical performances during the Christmas week.
You can also experience the lighting of the giant Christmas tree, and stroll blissfully along the quaint cobblestone streets filled with festive decorations.
22. Take a Self-Guided Graffiti & Mural Tour
One of the more unique free things to do in Toronto at night is to embark on a free self-guided graffiti and mural art tour, curated by Artworx TO. Pick your tour, arrive at the first stop, and walk around to each city stop to find out the stories behind the street art you see around you.
Each tour will give you an estimated length of time you’d need to complete all stops, and includes online descriptions you’ll listen to or read along the way.
If you’ve been looking for a fun and interactive way to get to know the city of Toronto, this is it. Check out the full listing of walking tours by Artworx TO to take your pick!
23. Enjoy Late Night Street Food
This next idea of late night activities in Toronto might sound a little bizzare, but hear us out. Toronto is a city that never sleeps – and therefore always eats – and some of the best foods from all cultures can be found after dark!
Whether you’re grabbing some comfort food from a food truck in the Entertainment District, or sitting down for dim sum in Chinatown, eating out is a fun late night activity not to be underrated. Just look for the crowds after dark and you’ll know which restaurants are worth your business.
One of my most fond memories in Toronto is eating out at a classy Turkish restaurant close to downtown at night.
I still remember the mood lighting, the warm evening breeze and the excitement of trying a new cuisine. It felt like I had been transported right into Turkey – which is the power of amazing food and the right atmosphere!
24. Walk Along the Beach
Believe it or not, you can actually walk along a few tranquil beaches in Toronto, taking in the cooler night air and lower crowds when compared to the day.
If you love the feeling of escape from the city but don’t want to drive hours out of town, then head to Cherry Beach, Canada’s Sugar Beach, Bluffer’s Beach or one of the other sandy shorelines along Lake Ontario that line the city.
Top your night off on the beach by renting a fire pit or grabbing an ice cream, and you’ll feel like you’re in cottage country without even leaving the urban centre.
If you’re a lover of great beaches, consider heading less than two hours outside of the city for a getaway to Wasaga Beach – the longest freshwater beach in the world!
25. Enjoy a Dinner Show at Medieval Times
Sit back and enjoy a meal and show both fit for a King at the Medieval Times Toronto. You will be transported back in time to the era of knights and jesters as you watch a live performance of jousting, falconry, and much more, while enjoying a four-course meal.
The venue is designed to resemble a medieval castle, complete with stone walls, suits of armor, and a throne room, adding to the overall atmosphere of the show. The show is an impressive and thrilling display of skill and athleticism, and is easily entertaining for all ages.
Medieval Times in Toronto is a winning place to go in Toronto for both adults and kids. In fact my first experience with this show was for a school field trip!
26. Take a Private Sunset Flight Over the City
If you want an exhilarating way to see the city from a new perspective, then consider taking a private sunset flight over Toronto. From the air, you’ll enjoy incredible views of Toronto’s landmarks, including the CN Tower, Rogers Centre, and the waterfront, all with the beauty of a colourful sunset around you.
One of the highlights of a your private flight over Toronto is the opportunity to see the city’s skyline in a way that’s simply impossible from the ground. The tour will also display the city’s many neighborhoods, parks, and waterfront areas, giving you the chance to appreciate the scale and diversity of Toronto.
Perfect for a high-ticket date idea or a special way to remember your trip to Toronto, this evening activity will definitely impress.
27. Take a Night Drive Through Toronto
Experience the city at night by driving through some of Toronot’s most interesting neighbourhoods as they come alive after the sun sets.
Take in the city lights of the downtown skyscrapers and busy storefronts in the Entertainment District, or make a point of driving by the city’s top landmarks lit up at night, like the CN Tower, Casa Loma, or the ROM.
If you want to go to a great lookout point over the Toronto skyline at night, head a bit further north to Riverdale Park East where you can look down at the lights of downtown below.
Driving through the streets of Toronto at night is also a great way to get feel for the vibe of the different downtown neighbourhoods that you’ll want to explore by day, without having to contend with busy traffic.
Whether it’s the hipster vibe of Queen West, the upscale boutiques of Yorkville, or the eclectic mix of Kensington Market, you can discover a lot about the city while taking an evening drive.
FAQs: Toronto by Night
What can you do at night in Toronto?
There’s plenty of things to do in Toronto after dinner for all ages and budgets. If you have time to plan in advance, you can get tickets to a live show, or book an evening walking tour of some of the unique downtown neighbourhoods.
You can even visit many of the main attractions in Toronto in the evening hours, including Ripley’s Aquarium and the CN Tower.
If you’re feeling adventurous, we recommend taking the ferry to the Toronto Islands Park where you can watch the sunset and see the skyline from the best viewpoint in the city.
Is Toronto safe at night?
Generally, most areas of Toronto are considered safe at night. Like any other major city, there are certain areas that may be less safe than others, and you should always apply common sense to avoid stepping into danger or lowering your awareness of your surroundings.
The downtown Entertainment District, where many tourists will be at night is usually quite busy with foot traffic and open venues, making it generally quite safe to walk at night. Toronto also has an extensive public transportation system that operates 24/7, making it easy for you to get around safely at night.
As with any city, exercise street smarts and take precautions such as staying in well-lit areas, avoiding deserted streets, walking with others or having your phone in hand, and being aware of your surroundings.
Is Toronto a late night city?
Yes, Toronto is a late night city with a thriving nightlife scene. Many restaurants, bars, and clubs stay open late, especially on weekends, and the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) public transportation system operates 24/7.
Toronto also hosts lots of late night events throughout the year, including festivals, concerts, and cultural events.
What are some beautiful places in Toronto at night?
Some beautiful places to visit in Toronto to see the city lights include the CN Tower, Toronto Islands, Nathan Phillips Square, the Distillery District, and the Harbourfront. These locations each give you a unique night experience in the city, making them great spots for a nighttime stroll or to get a glimpse of the skyline lights.
Where are the best places to visit in Toronto at night for a view?
We’ve managed to see the lights of Toronto at night from a number of different viewpoints. Here are the best we’ve come across:
✔️CN Tower: The observation deck at the top of the CN Tower offers stunning panoramic views of the city.
✔️Toronto Islands: A ferry ride to the Toronto Islands provides breathtaking views of the city skyline from across the water.
✔️Polson Pier: This area on the waterfront offers a great view of the city skyline, particularly at sunset and during the evening.
✔️Riverdale Park East: This park on the east side of the city offers a beautiful view of the downtown skyline, particularly at night when the city is lit up.
✔️Hotel Rooftop Bars: Several hotels in the city have rooftop bars with amazing views of the skyline, including the Thompson Hotel, the Broadview Hotel, and the Bisha Hotel.
Wrap Up: Toronto at Night
If your visit to Toronto includes an evening on the town, then you can rest assured that there are plenty of night activities and great places to go for you to experience. Even if you’re not big on the typical nightlife scene, Toronto has almost endless things to do for tourists and locals of all budgets.
Having spent countless nights in Toronto ourselves, our recommendation is to spend time walking around the downtown Toronto neighbourhoods to soak in the vibe of the city. From there, and depending on your budget and timeframe, have a little spontaneity and see what kinds of interesting places you find around you to explore.
We hope the night life of Toronto will give you as much of a night to remember as it does for us!
Erie is the owner and author of Everywhere Ontario. She’s lived and traveled around Ontario for over 30 years, visiting small towns and big cities from the shores of Lake Erie to the crisp northern air of Hearst along the Trans-Canada Highway. She is passionate about maximizing fun and supporting local tourist businesses and is always looking to provide the best recommendations to her fellow Ontario travelers. Read more about Erie here.