7 New Secret Bars In Toronto That You Can Add To Your Bucket List
Cheers to finding new places!
There's always a reason to celebrate, and luckily there are lots of places in Toronto where you can do just that. If you've been craving something different, there are a variety of new secret bars in the 6ix that you can add to your bucket list for future nights out. With gorgeous cocktails and stunning decor, these recent spots may not be on your radar, but they definitely should be.
We all have our go-to spots, but with new establishments always opening up around the city, sometimes it's good to change things up.
Hidden away in what looks like a convenience store,is the Junction's best-kept secret.
You'll find this cozy spot behind a freezer door, and the venue is filled with neon signs and rustic decor.
You can sip cocktails named after areas in the Junction and indulge inat this spot.
serves unique, sustainable cocktails in a dazzling disco-themed space. You can find this spot tucked away in a historic 1920s building.
Discover these new lesser-known spots for a fun night out on the town.
Cuisine: Cocktails, bar food
Address: 2952 Dundas St. W., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: This hidden speakeasy looks like a convenience store from the outside. Inside, you'll find delicious cocktails and cozy seating areas.
Cuisine: Snack bar
Address: 88 Ossington Ave., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: This Greek-inspired bar serves up all the wine you could dream of and unique cocktails such as the "Tzatziki."
Nice Nice Wine
Cuisine: Burgers, wine
Address: 269 Dunn Ave., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: This spot pairs two of life's finest indulgences — burgers and wine. Grab a juicy patty and sip glasses of wine all evening at this new place.
Address: 49 Baldwin St., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can find tons of Japanese tapas at this new venue, as well as unique drinks like a green Matcha Cocktail.
Supernova Ballroom Cocktail Bar
Cuisine: Sustainable food and cocktails
Address: 330 Bay St., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: This bar is hidden in a 1920s building, and you can try all sorts of fizzy cocktails in a disco-themed space.
Cuisine: Upscale, cocktails
Address: 571 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: This swanky new bar serves classy cocktails and delicious plates like calamari bowls and burgers.
Address: 82 Bathurst St., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: This speakeasy-style venue is a duelling piano bar. You can sip the night away while listening to incredible melodies.