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The Latin beat beckons one and all -- straight, gay, and otherwise -- to this lively club. If you don't know how to samba, you can pick up the basics at the Friday- and Sunday-night dance lessons, but if you don't learn, no one on the jam-packed...more
After wasting 2 or 3 hours at the Church & Wellesley area going door after door looking for a nice place to stay for a few drinks, we decided to go west on College to El Convento Rico. The place is clean and spacious. Great...More
If you look for a place to have fun, you need to go to El Convento Rico. Latin, English, and Brazilian songs are played there. Isn't a expensive place. Good to celebrate some moments such as birthday, pre wedding and have fun with friends. I...More
My best friend is getting married in the week, so we decided to do a night on the town for her. I asked her to pick a place she thought would be fun to go dancing. Unfortunately she picked this place. I've been to El...More
We reserved a table with bottle service and would recommend this option as it gives you and your guests a reserved spot to sit while you're not dancing. The atmosphere is friendly. Fortunately, we arrived early enough to take part in the dancing lessons; while...More
I am not a fan of crowded place and this place was defenitely crowded. It was hot and humid and no AC. Thde drinks were ok and the crowd was very different. I did however, think thier drag performance was awesome. A mix crowd, gays...More
We had heard good things but reviews were scarce and mixed.... We we're celebrating a friends birthday and had the best time! A lot of small groups, bachelorettes, birthdays... People really dressed up to casual, younger to older, male and female, gay and straight. Very...More
Came here last week although I wasn't sure what to expect given that most of the reviews were pretty dated. The atmosphere was pretty relaxed with very few pretentious Torontonians. Most people there just seemed to want to have a good time. There were two...More
To sum it up cheap vibe and very very rude staff.
When we arrive around midnight there was barely anyone there and no one dancing, just a very cheesy dance competition on the dancefloor. The bartender was extremely rude and actually made fun of my...More
Toronto's Little Italy is a city hotspot for cafe culture and nightlife. There's something for everyone in Little Italy, apparent from the cross-section of clubbers in glitzy dresses, and elderly couples arm-in-arm heading to their favorite wine or pasta spot. Cafes spill onto the wide sidewalks, pool lounges and bars are always teeming with noise and activity, and both outdoor and indoor marketplaces are
packed with fresh fish, cured meats, and pungent cheeses. All of the activity makes it a perfect spot for people-watching, especially over a nice glass of red wine or a quick and sumptuous slice of pizza at one of the many eateries or trattorias in the area.