Best Restaurants to Hold a Stag/Stagette in Toronto

The frozen world in which we’ve too long dwelled notwithstanding, it is important to note that spring is almost upon us. Critical, even. And, with spring, come weddings. And, with weddings, come stags, stagettes, stag and does, hen and stags, buck and does, jack and jills and whatever other name you want to assign to the traditional exercise of letting out the sails before battening down the hatches.

The Sultan's Tent & Café Moroc

49 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1B3

This decadent and singular tribute to Moroccan merrymaking is always in party mode. Here, soon-to-be-marrieds can find much levity to divert them from the gravity of their looming nuptials, including bare-midriffed belly dancers and a lavish décor decked out in rich pillows and drapes. Staff here will happily step in to help you plan your event.

Duke Of York

39 Prince Arthur Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1B2

Nachos, beer and thou. Such is the simple promise at this Annex standard, where the lower level plays regular host to large groups of folks in pursuit of serious revelry. An excellent selection of beers and a tradition of attentive service seal the deal.

O'Gradys Tap And Grill

171 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1P7

The ho-hum stag and doe gets thrown on its ear at this casual gay village haunt, where the scene is lively and guests are always gunning for a party. The more affianced among them will find plenty of liquid courage by way of a huge selection of boozy offerings, including martinis and pitch-perfect sangrias. The huge patio on the side extends the experience during the warmer months.

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