This Glowing Graffiti Bar In Toronto Has A $6.99 Menu

Macaroni ice cream cones and glowing walls!
Ontario Associate Editor
Toronto's Graffiti Spot Bar Has Glowing Murals & A $6.99 Menu

Going out in Toronto just got a lot more exciting. The city is known for having some pretty awesome bars, from Instagrammable rooms to unreal cocktails. A new edition to the city's nightlife recently opened this summer, and it's serving up a whole new world of experiences. What's even more exciting is that it comes with a super affordable, delcious menu! Toronto's Graffiti Spot Bar is filled with insane artwork and cheap eats!

The Graffiti Spot Exhibit & Bar, also known as the "G Spot Bar", is an eccentric wonderland of bright colours and unique decor located in Vaughan. The venue is the first concept bar of its type to ever open in Canada, as it serves as a street art exhibit as well as a late-night restaurant. 

You can see incredible graffiti on display from talented street artists. The walls are lit up with colourful, glow-in-the-dark paintings that truly transport you to another planet! The bathroom is an especially astonishing sight, with incandescent murals and bright purple light filling the room. 

The entire 25-item menu is available for only $6.99! They offer vegetarian options as well, so there's something for everyone.

Try out the Blissed Mac & Cheese, which consists of homemade lobster-stuffed macaroni inside a waffle cone! Or go for the Bad Apple, an apple blossom covered in ice cream, whipped cream, and caramel sauce. They also have a selection of beers and cocktails available.

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You can enjoy live music and late-night fun at this totally mesmerizing venue. Check out their website for updates on events, and to take a peek at the full menu. 

Graffiti Spot Exhibit & Bar

Price: 💸

Cuisine: Late night, cocktails, beer

Address: 9218 Yonge St., Richmond Hill, ON L4C 7A2

Why You Need To Go: This bar is like nothing you've ever seen before! Enjoy the glowing street art and $6.99 menu.

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Madeline Forsyth
Ontario Associate Editor
Madeline Forsyth is an Associate Editor for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Toronto restaurants and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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