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10 New Bars In Toronto You Need To Visit ASAP

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10 New Bars In Toronto You Need To Visit ASAP

When it comes to deciding where to go for drinks in the city, it always feels like we head to the predictable spots.

So for those of you who are looking to try somewhere new on your next night on the town, rather than going where you always go, we highly recommend checking out one of the city's newest bars.

Luckily for you, we've narrowed down the newest spots in the city to grab a cocktail that you need to check out!  

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Copetin // 107 King Street West

If you're looking to trade in your typical vodka soda for something a little more creative, make your way to Copetin a new King Street locale that's inspired by the city's diverse ethnic neighbourhoods. With a menu that boasts inventive cocktails like the 'Pollenator', a chamomile-infused gin cocktail, this needs to be your next date night spot.

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Dolly's // 1285 Bloor West

If you're the kinda gal who enjoys a good mojito, Dolly's needs to be on the top of your Toronto cocktail bucket list. The recently opened Filipino Mojito bar infuses the tastes of the Filipines with a modern twist. Get your night started with a pitcher of classic Filipino mojitos ( Flor de Cana 5 year, fresh pineapple juice, cane juice, calamansi lime, and mint) followed with a rum flight.

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The Anne Boleyn // 117 Peter Street

The highly anticipated Anne Boleyn has officially opened its doors in Toronto's Entertainment District, bringing an upscale British-style pub to the neighbourhood. With 28 beers on tap and a variety of house-made cocktails, there's something for everyone at this spot.

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Chula Taberna // 1058 Gerrard St East

Complete with a rooftop tiki patio, Chula is a lively Taberna Mexicana with an amazing selection of tequila, mezcal, beer, and cocktails. The two-story space is equipped with two outdoor patios and three tequila bars, making this the perfect place to throw back some tequila with your girlfriends before summer ends.

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King Taps // 100 King Street West

If you're planning a big night out on King Street, we highly recommend checking out King Taps for your pre-game dinner and drinks. The newly opened multi-level space is a libation lover's paradise. With more than 50 beers on tap and an impressive wine and cocktail list, there's something for everyone on the menu.

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Tennessee Tavern // 1554 Queen Street West

If you're in Parkdale and looking for a more intimate space with a killer atmosphere, make your way to Tennessee Tavern, a newly opened tavern that's unlike anything else in the neighbourhood. Complete with an extensive bar list that includes everything from nitro draft to absinthe and whiskey, you are guaranteed to have a memorable night. The eccentric space also features a stage for live music, so chances are you'll get to enjoy some live music with your drinks.

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The Alchemy // 890 College Street

If you're looking to enjoy drinks and live music, you need to check out the Alchemy ASAP. The College Street locale features a covered patio, that's perfect for people watching and on the inside, you'll find plenty of seating space, complete with table tops and spots at the bar. The cocktail menu is inspired by the natural elements and includes drinks like 'Dark and Sappy' (Sailer Jerry's, ginger beer, lime and maple bitters) which falls under the Air category, or the 'Misty Mountain' (Hendrick's, lime, soda, smashed basil, and cucumber) which classifies as an Earth drink.

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Mulberry Bar // 828 Bloor Street West

If you're looking to class up your next girls night out, make your way to Mulberry Bar, an elegant, Parisian-style cocktail spot with lush greenery, and plenty of Insta-worthy cocktails. With a drink list that includes cocktails like 'Coco Chanel' and 'Something Like Paradise' and 'Harvest Moon', Mulberry Bar needs to be on your Toronto bucket list!

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The Rooftop at the Broadview Hotel // 106 Broadview Avenue

If you want to enjoy sweeping views of the city, make your way to the east end and head to the newly renovated Broadview Hotel's rooftop bar. This scenic space includes a lively bar scene, sweeping views of the city and both indoor and outdoor seating. Whether you want to pop some bubbly, sip on some rose, or mingle over a cocktail, you need to check out this stunning space ASAP.

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