There are so many things to do in Toronto, how do you choose where to go? It's good to know the places to check out based on who you're with, whether you're with the bf/gf, partying with the girls or chilling with the bros.

Where should you have breakfast and dinner? What can you do for entertainment? I've created the ultimate guide to have a memorable, fun and ideal weekend in Toronto with a list of things to do for the guys,girls and couples:

# 1 For The Guys:

Bro time is always a good time. There's plenty of things for guys to do in Toronto, so here's a little guide for gentlemen to make their weekend more entertaining:

Photo cred - @hollowgroundbarbershop

Start your day by getting a fresh cut at Hollow Ground Barber Shop. It's important to look good before the weekend, so why not treat yourself to a nice cut?

Check out a list of other barber shops here

Continue your afternoon with some of these awesome activities: 

Photo cred - @spintoronto

SPiN // 461 King St.W

Play ping pong and have some beers with the bros.

 Paintball City // 35 Stoffel Dr.

You know you'll have a blast. 

Battle Archery // 8052 Torbram Rd.

Shoot some arrows at Battle Archery for $22.00 (that will cost you less than a date that's for sure.)

After all the fun and games, I'm sure you'll be looking for somewhere to eat. If you'd rather do something casual like a pub, munch out at one of these places:

Queen St. Warehouse // 232 Queen St.W

If you'd like to start your night early, Warehouse on Queen is definitely the spot to go. The food is finger-licking and super cheap! P.s on Tuesdays tacos are 95 cents and on Wednesdays wings are 25 cents.

Real Sports Bar & Grill // 15 York St.

Sports,booze and food, a great trio for a guys night out. Cheer on the Leafs, Raptors and Jays!

Valdez // 606 King St. W

Have the best Latin street food in Toronto!


Here are options to go out and carry on with your night of fun:

Apt 200 // 1034 Queen St.W

House party vibes are super cool if you're not down to rave.

Uniun // 473 Adelaide St.W

Now if you're down to drink, get f*cked up and rave with strobe lights, Uniun is the club to go.

Wayward // 1096 Queen St. W

Pop bottles, pop bottles. You'll meet plenty of beautiful ladies here.

 Finish your night at The Thompson Diner or one of these places for some drunk munchies. 

Brunch is absolutely necessary after a long day/night of drinking and partying. Stop by the The Starving Artist for delish bacon and waffles.


# 2 For The Ladies:

Begin your day by relaxing at Body Blitz Spait's the perfect spot to spend some girl time (for ladies only.)

Check out a list of other spas in Toronto here. 

Continue your pamper sesh by getting your hair and nails done: 

Salon Collage // 1750 The Queensway

Take a night off from doing your own hair. You'll walk out of this salon feeling like Beyonce.

Check out a list of other hair salons here. 

Her Majesty's Pleasure // 556 King St.W

Cocktails, manis and pedis! Her Majesty's Pleasure will have you speechless.

Here's a list of other nail salons in Toronto. 

Paint Cabin // 723 Gerrard St. E

Create some memories with your bff and paint away! 

After a full day of pampering and activities, it's time to go for dinner:

Frings // 455 King St.W

Single girls head on over to Frings! Toronto's new hot spot is the perfect place to go for dinner and drinks with the girls. Maybe you'll even see Drake!

Buca // 53 Scollard St

Have one of Toronto's best chefs cook for you. Buca has been on the list of 100 Canada's Best restaurants several times. Who doesn't love Italian food?

Kaiseki Yu-Zen Hashimoto // 6 Garamond Ct. 

If you're in the mood for Japanese food, have dinner at Hashimoto, ladies. This is by far the best Japanese restaurant in the city.

It's party time! Here are 3 places you should go to party for ladies night:

Ballet // 227A Ossington Ave.

Ballet is a chic lounge that will entertain you all night long. Expect you can burlesque dancers and live music to lighten up  your evening.

Photo cred - @earlymercy 

Early Mercy // 540 King St. W

Early Mercy was named Ontario's best bar this year! Single ladies get your game on, it's time to mingle.

Wildflower // 550 Wellington St.W.

If you'd like to have an unforgettable night with your girlfriends, head over to Wildflower.

The following morning, recover from your hangover and have the best breakfast ever at Old School. Check out a list of other places to grab brunch in Toronto here.


# 3 For Couples

To start of your day, have a filling breakfast at Le Petit Déjeuner.

Continue your quality time together with these activities: 

Helitours // Billy Bishop Airport.

See the city from above and go on a helicopter tour. 

Batl Ground  //

If you're more of an activity for the extreme type of couple. Enjoy your day ax throwing!

Rinx (Roller Rink) // 65 Orfus Rd.

A roller skate date sounds like a pretty cool date to me. 

After an eventful day, grab dinner at one of these places: 

Cafe Boulud // 60 Yorkville Ave. 

French cuisine and a romantic atmosphere. What else could you ask for? Have some oysters along with some wine ;)

If you're not in the mood to go out, stay over at a hotel and order room service.

Enjoy your weekend! 


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