Its sister restaurant, Hunters Landing in the City Place neighbourhood, provides the same pick up possibilities for downtowners. The Keg Much like the Jack Astor’s bar, but rooted right in the Financial District, this place gets packed with picker-uppers.
It’s a hot happy-hour cocktail spot, where lengthy steak dinners and drinks sessions drag into the late-night.
Pick up possibilities include celebrities, business owners, media types and scenesters.
Good for: 30-somethings, professionals, artsy types, dancing kings and queens 14.
AGO First Thursdays With interactive art and a special guest artists, the AGO’s First Thursday is FNL’s hipper cousin, Tickets to the monthly soiree often sell out, so buy yours early.
Good for: GTA, professionals, 20 and 30-somethings 2.
Williams Landing This Liberty Village pick-up join has a huge rooftop location, lofty prices and a beautiful crowd.
Places to pick up in Toronto are full of possibility, if you know where to look. Earls King Street Young professionals abound at this Financial District bar and restaurant.
While the scene in Toronto can seem daunting at first, this list should help you narrow down your best bets. There’s a civilized restaurant on one side, and a crowded meat market bar on the other. In summer months the patio is as hot as the patrons.
By mid-week, the rooftop is buzzing and there’s usually a wait to get a table, or try your luck and squeeze in at the bar.
Good for: 20 and 30-somethings, professionals, hipsters 5.
Good for: Foodies, hipsters, 30-somethings, professionals 12.
Soho House Another members-only establishment that also evokes the days of yore, Soho House is part of an international chain of exclusive clubs.
The Broadview Hotel Once one of Toronto’s most notorious strip clubs, the Broadview Hotel’s Rooftop bar is one of Toronto’s newest hotspots.