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Toronto Club for new years

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Ive got 3 girls and 3 guys (including myself) who want to go clubbing in the downtown toronto area, although I am not sure what to do. Ive considered getting a booth at a club called circa.

Any suggestions

p.s this is my first thread, so i ask for no flaming. If at all possible.
 

West24

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ew dont go clubbing on new years. it blows. i do love circa on a friday night though. though i imagine the crowd will be much different on new years then it is on a friday where they play eletro house etc and its full of hipsters.
 

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Originally Posted by West24
ew dont go clubbing on new years. it blows.

I actually agree with West24 on something.
 

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I'm actually visiting my girlfriend in Toronto for NYE too and dont want to go clubbing but would like to do something if anyone has any recommendations.
 

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CIRCA is a huge club. It has 3/4 floors and each play different kind of music. If you're into electronic music, your best bet is Guvernment. It's huge and they bring some well know DJs. Also check out places on King st, Century Room is a small club but plays good music. West is also good as well.
 

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Originally Posted by jaydc7
I'm actually visiting my girlfriend in Toronto for NYE too and dont want to go clubbing but would like to do something if anyone has any recommendations.

Check out Spice on King St. Very trendy restaurant/lounge.
 

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Originally Posted by MilanoStyle
CIRCA is a huge club. It has 3/4 floors and each play different kind of music. If you're into electronic music, your best bet is Guvernment. It's huge and they bring some well know DJs. Also check out places on King st, Century Room is a small club but plays good music. West is also good as well.

The Guvernment? Really? I chastise my cousin for going there because she's 29 - it was all cool when she was 19.

But maybe things have changed since *I* was 21.
 

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Originally Posted by mikethepaintballer69
Ive got 3 girls and 3 guys (including myself) who want to go clubbing in the downtown toronto area, although I am not sure what to do. Ive considered getting a booth at a club called circa.

Any suggestions

p.s this is my first thread, so i ask for no flaming. If at all possible.


Originally Posted by jaydc7
I'm actually visiting my girlfriend in Toronto for NYE too and dont want to go clubbing but would like to do something if anyone has any recommendations.

You need to find a house party. That's what I'm doing over here but I have to go all the way to baltimore for it
 

kwilkinson

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Toronto sucks, Montreal is better!
No Montreal sucks dick. They have a shitty opera/sports team/culture/nightlife/scene.
You freakin idiot, you only hate me b/c I'm from Toronto! Toronto is by far the #1 city in the world and nothing could ever come close to beating it.



Thought I'd save you guys the trouble of reading the next 15 pages.
 

bcx

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Originally Posted by MilanoStyle
Check out Spice on King St. Very trendy restaurant/lounge.

If you mean Spice Route, don't eat there. Just go to see and be seen.
 

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Originally Posted by fwiffo
The Guvernment? Really? I chastise my cousin for going there because she's 29 - it was all cool when she was 19.

But maybe things have changed since *I* was 21.


matters what kind of electronic. if your into mostly trance and that scene, guvernment is your best bet. if youre into the more unerground electro scene, and more of a hipster crazy vibe, go to circa.
 

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