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10 Places To Go Out In Toronto If You Get Bored Really Easily

Cause conversation is boring.
10 Places To Go Out In Toronto If You Get Bored Really Easily

We all love a good night out. Getting into a cool outfit, hanging out with your best buds and having a great night. But sometimes going out can get kid of boring. The night lingers a little bit, not much is going on and you've run out of things to say or do. 

If you get bored super easily and are always looking for something new and exciting to do, this is the list for you. Here's a list of places to go out if you HATE being bored:

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The Cameron House// 408 Queen St. W

Enjoy some live music with your drinks at this cool music venue on Queen West.

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The Rec Room // 255 Bremner Blvd

Getting drunk is waaay more fun when you can play skee ball, mario kart and win prizes. You'll never be bored here!

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SPiN Toronto // 461 King St. W

I can reassure you that drunk ping pong is 10 times harder than sober ping pong. Still very fun though, and will keep you entertained all night.

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The Ballroom Bowl // 145 John St.

Bowling and drinking may sound dangerous, but trust me when I say it is the most fun. Plan your next night out at the ballroom!

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Bar + Karaoke Lounge // 360 Yonge St. #2

You'll never be bored belting out classic hits during a karaoke night!

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Power Up Game Bar // 38 Wellington St. E

This bar is perfect for video game lovers. Get drunk and try not to fight your friends over Mario Kart.

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Blue Jays Games // 1 Blue Jays Way

I promise you that you won't be bored watching a game, and you can find pretty cheap seats up top of the arena!

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Lula Lounge // 1585 Dundas St West 

Everyone is a better dancer once they've had a couple of shots. Take a swing at salsa dancing at this cool lounge!

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Dundas Video // 831 Dundas St W

If vintage video games are your thing, you're going to LOVE Dundas Video!!

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Horseshoe Tavern // 370 Queen St. W

You'll never be bored at the tavern, there's always amazing bands to be seen and heard!

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