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20 Bucket List Toronto Bars To Go To In Your 20s

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20 Bucket List Toronto Bars To Go To In Your 20s

The amount of bars in Toronto is somewhat overwhelming.  Although, there are definitely some absolute gems within the city.  If you're looking for crazy cocktails, amazing music, and incredible venues, Toronto is your destination.

Take advantage of the fact that you're in your 20s.  Your hangovers are still somewhat tolerable, you're incredible at making bad decisions, and your friends are still willing to stay out past 3 AM.

If you don't already have plans for this weekend, why not knock off one of the 20 bars on our bucket-list.  After all, you're only young once!

1. Bar Chef // 472 Queen St W.

2. Lavelle // 627 King St W.

Photo cred -@thelibertinetoronto

3. The Libertine // 1307 Dundas St W.

4. Cold Tea // 60 Kensington Ave.

5. Early Mercy // 540 King St W.

6. Dance Cave // 529 Bloor St W.

7. Mascot // 31 Mercer St.

Photo cred -@cabanapoolbar

8. Cabana Pool Bar // 11 Polson St.

9. Locals Only // 589 King St W.

10. Apt 200 // 1034 Queen St W.

11. The Addisons Residence // 456 Wellington St W.

12. The Madison // 14 Madison Ave.

Photo cred -@timelycroissants

13. Track and Field // 860 College St. 

14. The Porch // 250 Adelaide St W. 

15. Crews and Tangos // 508 Church St.

16. Miss Things // 1279 Queen St W.

17. The Lockhart // 1479 Dundas St W.

Photo cred -@danieljosef

18. Get Well // 1181 Dundas St W.

19. Woody's // 467 Church St.

20. The Underground Garage // 365 King St W.

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