Toronto has a wild party scene, and it comes as no surprise that tons of Torontonians take advantage of it. Whether it's Rebel or Wayward, there is always something going on. Though, there are some staple clubs you have had to have visited at some point if you are from Toronto. So check out these 20 clubs and see how many you've got crossed of your list!\nvia @efs_toronto\nEFS // 647 King St W\nEFS is aspiring Instagram/Fit Tea model city but it still can be a great time. Plus it's King West location makes for the perfect place to go out if you want to grab some late night grub afterwards.\nvia @rebeltoronto\nRebel // 11 Polson St\nRelatively newer to the Toronto clubbing scene, Rebel made a big impact fast after replacing Sound Academy. The club/concert hall hybrid has hosted massive names like Miguel and Khalid and is definitely worth the trek outside of the downtown core.\nvia @apt200to\nApt. 200 // 1034 Queen St W\nApt. 200 may not technically be a club but it's still a spot tons of Torontonians frequent. The house party vibe of the venue makes for a great time and the killer aesthetic will supply the perfect backdrop for your insta pic of the night!\nvia @thesneakydees\nSneaky Dee's // 431 College St\nAnother not-really-a-club spot but if you haven't attended at least one of Sneaky Dee's theme nights, have you been living under a rock? From Spice Girls to The OC night the dive bar is constantly scheduling theme nights that are perfect for your next girls night out!\nvia @perfectentertainment\nUniun // 473 Adelaide St W\nUniun's space has a very modern meets industrial vibe to it that makes for the perfect spot to party after a long day of classes. So if you love dressing up and getting lit you've probably been to Uniun at one point in your life.\nvia @bar244toronto\nBar 244 // 244 Adelaide St W\nBar 244 is popular for good reason, cheap drinks. If you are a student in Toronto and haven't visited yet, you really should. With $3 mixed drinks and beers it's perfect for a broke student!\nvia @graciestoronto\nGrace O Malley's // 14 Duncan St\nWhether you visited while in high school or still frequent the bar, Gracies is the watering hole for not only Toronto students but also every and any hockey player in Ontario. #snipedanglecelly\nvia @theaddisonsto\nThe Addison's Residence // 456 Wellington St W\nThe Addison's tropical vibe is the perfect spot for an Instagram shot, and 90% of Toronto's party scene have already taken advantage of it. From the quaint outdoor vibe to the yard games it's a spot almost every Torontonian has visited.\nvia @_alexlupo\nLost and Found // 577 King St W\nYou've definitely had a crazy night out at Lost and Found while dressed to the nines. With booths and bottles this place can be a blast and you can get some fire shots of you and your friends looking your best.\nvia @yyz.nana\nEverleigh // 580 King St W\nAre you really from Toronto if you haven't taken a picture with the 'The 6' sign? Whether you were drunk enough to take the shameless candid or not, you've probably spent a night out at Everleigh at least once.\nvia @mariahlykos\nEarly Mercy // 540 King St West\nEarly Mercy is the place to go for staple top 40 and a lively crowd, and every Torontonian knows it.\nvia @lovesusnot\nWildflower // 550 Wellington St W\nWildflower's wallpaper/mural vibe they've got going on has been the perfect backdrop for many Toronto clubber's night out #OOTDs. Overall though the two floors are tons of fun and a great spot to visit with friends!\nvia @mimihabibi_\nOasis // 99 Blue Jay Way\nWayne Gretzky's rooftop patio is the place to go in Toronto during the Summer. The patio is completely decked out so it's obvious why it's so popular amongst city goers.\nvia @cubetoronto\nCube // 314 Queen St W\nCube is quite literally the size of a closet, a cube sized closet. Regardless it is the venue of choice for many students who are down for a good time and cheap cover!\nvia @marta.swi\nThe Drake Hotel // 1150 Queen St W\nThe Drake Hotel is a popular spot in the city for many reasons, from brunch to dinner to drinks the spot brings it's A game. So whether you are partying on the killer patio or downstairs, you are guaranteed to have a good time!\nvia @wayward_to\nWayward // 1096 Queen St W 2nd Floor\nWayward has a killer space. Their hip hop Fridays and their constant free cover makes the spot popular amongst many Torontonians, especially students!\nvia @italianovero_\nSame // 510 King St W\nIt's bodysuit SZN every night at Same and we are 100% ok with it. The spot is a staple in Toronto nightlife but you probably already knew that!\nvia @kmsiracusa\nCitizen // 522 King St W\nCitizen is the place to go if you want a night out on King West. From killer food before the night hours start to the actual party scene itself, it's the best spot to have a classy night out!\nvia @cabanapoolbar\nCabana // 11 Polson St Unit 2\nNothing says Summer like Cabana Sundays right? Whether you went to enjoy the hot weather with a drink in hand or wanted to show off your new bikini, you've definitely partied on an inflatable swan there at least once.\nvia @jenny_jen33\nThe Brunny\n#RIPBrunny. This place was a hot pile of garbage but don't pretend like you didn't go to The Brunny with your shitty fake in high school. If you didn't you missed out on some seriously cringey but fun nights out. At least the new Rexall kept the old sign?