8 Places To Take A Date In Toronto If They Love Dancing

You mean tonight, boo boo? Club wise?
8 Places To Take A Date In Toronto If They Love Dancing

Taking a date out dancing is a great way to not only have fun, but to also bring you two closer together. After all, dance is the language of love, so why not dance the night away with your date?

You can go dancing at just about any club in Toronto, but if your date really loves to dance, I suggest one of these places below. You both will have a great time and it will be a date neither of you will forget anytime soon. Read on for some great places to take a date if they love to dance.

1. Lula Lounge // 1585 Dundas St W

Lula Lounge is one of the hottest spots in Toronto for salsa dancing. Salsa is one of the most passionate dance styles out there and with beginner lessons at 9:30 p.m. on Fridays, 9 p.m. on Saturdays and at noon on Sundays, anyone can learn it.

2. Boots & Bourbon // 725 Queen St E

When you're in the mood for a little country music, head East to Boots & Bourbon where they host line dancing on Thursday nights. Don't know how to line dance? Don't worry, they provides free lessons too.

3. Shindig! @ The Piston // 937 Bloor St W

On the last Friday of every month, The Piston hosts Shindig!, an all vinyl 50's/60's rhythm and blues dance party. Plus, The Piston has a good sized dance floor so you won't have to worry about grinding all over strangers.

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4. Clinton's Tavern // 693 Bloor St W

Clinton's hosts multiple dance parties each week. From Shake, Rattle and Roll on Saturday nights (60's rock and pop) to Throwback Thursdays (90's hip hop and rap), there's a party to fit all your dancing needs.

5. Chronologic @ The Garrison // 1197 Dundas St W

This live music venue will take you back in time with it's Chronologic dance party featuring DJ duo Goin' Steady every month. The music starts in 1890 and travels all the way until the present day, leaving you ample time to try out all the best dance moves from each decade.

6. El Rancho // 430 College St

Another hot spot for salsa, El Rancho's dance crowd is serious and will definitely make you step your game up. El Rancho offers latin ballroom lessons at 9 p.m. on select nights to strengthen your moves before you hit the main floor.

7. El Convent0 Rico // 750 College St

El Convento Rico is Toronto's longest running Latino drag bar and is a guaranteed good time for everyone. With midnight drag shows each night and dance lessons every Friday, you can't not have fun here.

8. Friday Night Live @ The ROM // 100 Queens Park

You'll have to wait until the fall for ROM Friday Night Live to start back up again, but you can practice your moves at the places listed above until then. FNL is a weekly party with live music/DJs, local eats and late night access to the museum so you can shake it among the fossils.

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