• Restaurant With Terrace,


  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Restaurant,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
486 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5S 2H1
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $11 To $25,

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Where to find good vibes and a game of pool in Toronto

Where to find good vibes and a game of pool in Toronto

With its giant blue-neon signage and frequent crowds outside the entrance, Chinatown’s old-school bluegrass bar turned eclectic live music venue is hard to miss. You’ll find the young and old gathering here for nightly concerts and group shows, a budding hipster crowd alongside seasoned, music-loving regulars. Take a break from the tunes in favour of a few rounds of billiards in the semi-enclosed room of pool tables neighbouring the stage and main bar.

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Toronto's best live music bars

Toronto's best live music bars

You can stop in to the Silver Dollar Room literally any day of the week for a locally brewed pint, a few rounds of pool, and an evening set list featuring bands from across Canada. The range in programming here includes everything from sold-out Mac Demarco shows to quiet acoustic nights. The Foggy Hogtown Boys play their weekly bluegrass show on Wednesdays, while the weekends are reserved for indie rock bands from Toronto and beyond.

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Top shows for NXNE 2015

Top shows for NXNE 2015

This fixture on the Spadina strip is a destination or emerging talent, always paired masterfully by veteran promoter and local celebrity Dan Burke. The Silver Dollar manages a rare mix of quality music and quantity programming over the five-day festival, with around eight bands playing each night (they take Sunday off). Pop in for a few sets or stay for the whole show, and hear some diamond-in-the-ruff music a year before it hits Pitchfork. Personal picks include Toronto psych-rock band Dirty Frigs, and Montreal-based No Joy, the latter of which will be playing the stage three consecutive nights.

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