Best late night drinks and bar snacks in Toronto

There are plenty of places in Toronto where you can get a late night drink and some killer bar snacks. From fruity cocktails and craft beer to wings and oysters, Toronto has a lot to offer night owls. Here is the best late night bars in the city, many open late every day of the week! [Photo credit: Bar Raval by Grace Scott]

Wall Flower

1665 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6K 1V2

Wallflower is a cozy restaurant and bar that’s known for its homey atmosphere. Located on Dundas West, the bar specializes in classic cocktails and bar snacks. Open until 2 am seven days a week.

Bar Raval

505 College St, Toronto, ON M6G 1A5

One of the hippest spots in Toronto, Bar Raval is also of the most beautiful bars in the city. The focus is on Spanish pinxtos, which is found on the food menu and the cocktail menu reflects the same Spanish flare. Bar Raval is open until 2 am every night of the week.

Longiven Commercial

1-1070 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1H8

This West Queen West bar doesn’t take itself too seriously and that includes the name. Bar Fancy is a causal bar that is a favourite spot for locals. Open until 2 am, the snack menu includes fried chicken and oysters.


2 Lakeview Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 3B1

Owned by the same people behind OddSeoul, Hanmoto is a late-night destination for many. The bar seats about 30 people, and the menus are Japanese inspired.

Bar Buca

75 Portland St, Toronto, ON M5V 2M9

Part of the Buca family, Bar Buca is more casual than other locations. With cocktails and a fantastic snack menu, Bar Buca has attracted the late-night King West crowd. Open late seven days a week.


503 College St, Toronto, ON M6G 1A5

Found on the second floor of Dailo, LoPan serves a selection of cocktails and snack items until 2 am on most nights. Everything is Asian inspired, from the cocktails to the food to the décor. LoPan is located in Little Italy.

Food and Liquor

1610 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6R 1A8

Located in Parkdale, Food & Liquor has an under-the-radar vibe to it. The menus are straight forward, offering a rotating list of bar snacks, with a cocktail menu that has everyone’s favourite classic drinks. Open until 2 am nightly.

The Cloak Bar

488 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1E3

Marben’s cocktail bar is located in the popular restaurant’s basement. The Cloak Bar opened its doors last year and has become a popular hangout for Toronto’s night owls. The cocktail menu is British inspired, named after famous Brits like Winston Churchill, Banksy and Mr. Bean.

Pinkerton's Snack Bar

1026 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1Z5

If there’s one thing that sums up the atmosphere at Pinkerton Snack Bar it’s the fact that it was named after a Weezer album. The snack bar’s menu takes inspiration from Asian cuisine, with beverages ranging from Tall Boys to fruity cocktails to Old World vintages.

Hawker Bar

164 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z7

Open late on Friday and Sunday, Hawker Bar pays homage to Singapore on its food and cocktail menus. Try the Kaffir Coco, a Finlandia Vodka based drink with lychee liqueur, coconut milk, kaffir lime leaf, lemongrass and lime juice.

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