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10 Toronto Bars To Go To If You're Feeling Bad And Boujee

Cheers to the weekend!

It's no secret that Toronto takes nightlife to the next level, but there are definitely a select number of bars that cater towards the "bad and bougie" lifestyle that so many Torontonians are looking to explore.

For those of you who are looking to have an unforgettable night in the city be sure to check out our list of 10 bars below.

Cheer Toronto, and have an amazing weekend! 

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Baby Huey' // 110 Ossington Ave.

If you're looking for good music, delicious drinks and a laid back vibe Baby Heuy's is the place to go!


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Cold Tea // 60 Kensington Ave.

Cold Tea is an underrated bar hidden in the Kensington Mall.  Once you find your way there it will definitely become one of your favourite Toronto watering holes.


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Apartment 200 // 1034 Queen St W. 

Apartment 200 is the happy medium between a club and a bar, which makes it the perfect place to accommodate a large group of friends with different partying needs.


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Lavelle // 627 King St W.

Lavelle definitely falls under the boujee category when compared to other Toronto bars. This rooftop pool/bar has some of the most impressive views of our cities skyline, and you'll have to see them for yourself!


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Ballet // 227 Ossington Ave

Ballet is the perfect place for a boujee night out with your girls.  The pink neon lights, crystal chandeliers, and plush booths will make you feel completely pampered for the entire night!


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Wallen // 1032 Queen St W.

Wallen is one of Toronto's newer bars but has quickly become a favourite among many locals.  They are always hosting themed parties, so be sure to keep up with their social media to get all the info!


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Escobar // 495 King St W.

If you're looking for something a little less mainstream, Escobar is the place to go.  Although this bar will require a password, so you'll need to do your research before planning your night out at Escobar.


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The Libertine // 1307 Dundas St W.

This speakeasy-style lounge located on Dundas provides a laid back atmosphere and tasty cocktails.  We suggest you try the Baudelaire, you won't regret it!


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Lost and Found //577 King St W.

If you're looking for a good place to go to make bad decisions, Lost and Found is probably where you should be headed.


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