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7 Toronto Places To Go Drinking With Your Friends That Aren’t Bars

Indecisiveness is an annoying disrupter of life. On some days, you're in the mood to go out for drinks but you don't want to go to a bar. On other days, you're convinced you'd rather do something fun without including alcohol in your plans. Talk about #FirstWorldStruggles.

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Luckily for you, Toronto's got a great selection of businesses with liquor licenses that also offer fun activities for you and your friends to do. Of course, if you're looking to get completely "drunk and disorderly”, you're probably better off elsewhere. But if you're looking for a good and responsible time, these places got you covered:

1. North Beach Indoor Volleyball // 74 Railside Rd

Volleyball and beer are one of the best combinations to have ever existed in life. North Beach Indoor Volleyball holds drop-in nights on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 PM to 2 AM! Bring your friends for some fun in the sand at $11 per person.

2. The Rivoli // 334 Queen St W

The Rivoli boasts a large pool bar with a laid-back ambience. The room is equipped with its own bar and lounge area. The table fee is $10 per hour from 6 PM to closing.

3. The Ballroom Bowl // 145 John St

The Ballroom Bowl presents yet another great combination of life - bowling and alcohol. The venue sports multiple lanes and offers group prices for each day of the week.

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4. Backyard Axe Throwing League // 213 Sterling Rd

Axe throwing has quickly gained popularity over the past few months and for good reason. Though BATL does not serve alcohol, it has a BYOB policy that you and your friends will surely appreciate.

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5. SPiN // 461 King St W

SPiN is a club dedicated to the art of table tennis. It features 12 ping pong tables, two full bars, a party room and a lounge - perfect for a night out with friends.

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6. The Metro Golf Dome // 125 Milner Ave

The Metro Golf Dome is more than just an indoor golfing range. It also has two full fields for other activities, including soccer. Enjoy a beer while you swing your clubs away!

7. Snakes & Lattes // 600 Bloor St W

Don't let the name fool you - Snakes & Lattes isn't just about lattes. They're licensed to serve liquor as well! Sit in with a couple of friends and pick from their huge catalogue of board games.

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