Best Toronto restaurants for a glamorous night out

Torontonians can enjoy the glamorous life at these late-night restaurants and bars. From retro Hollywood vibes to a chic hotel bar, this city is home to plenty of high-end options. So, grab a couple of cocktails or an elegant meal at some of the top late night restaurants in Toronto.[Photo credit: Four Seasons Garden of Wonder by Ryan Emberley]

Alo Restaurant

163 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5V 2L6

While there is always a wait to get a table at Alo, The Bar at Alo is walk-in only. Open at 5 pm, the bar is a great hangout spot to enjoy the atmosphere of the swanky restaurant that was just listed as one of the top eateries in the country. Alo's bar menu includes classic cocktails and contemporary French and Asian inspired snacks. The bar is open until 1 am.

The One Eighty

55 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M4W 1A5

The One Eighty, on the 51st floor of the Manulife Centre, is known for its amazing view of the city. Truly a unique dining experience, the menu is a combination of modern and classic dishes, where you'll find items like pizza, sandwiches and crispy pork belly on the menu. The cocktail menu is filled with original cocktails that take inspiration from the classics. The One Eighty is open until 2 am Thursday through Saturday.

Bar Adelaide

325 Bay St, Toronto, ON M5H 4G3

Bar Adelaide is a street-level lounge in the Adelaide Hotel. The bar harkens back to the prohibition era, taking inspiration from the 1920s. The cocktail menu includes the Old Fashion, the Palmerston Negroni and a Manhattan North. The cocktails are crafted with care and are made with only the finest ingredients.

The Addisons Residence

456 Wellington Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 1E3

The Addisons is more like a glamorous house in the Hollywood Hills than a club in the Entertainment District. Open Thursday through Saturday, the venue is set up like a residence, divided into a living room space, kitchen area, a rec room and a sprawling backyard patio. The retro vibe of The Addisons will make you feel like you have been transported to a Hollywood party from the golden age of cinema.


461 King W, Toronto, ON M5V 1K4

Brassaii is a trendy lounge known to have celebrity clientele from time to time. The menu, created by Chef Marcus Monteiro, is Mediterranean inspired, while the cocktail menu is classic with a modern twist. The patio offers a picturesque view of the CN Tower. Brassaii is open until 2 am Wednesday through Saturday.


60 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M4W 0A4

Located in the Four Seasons Hotel dBar can be described as a lively street-level lounge. The bar overlooks Yorkville Avenue and is the ultimate destination for classic cocktails and bar snacks. The menu, carefully crafted by celebrity chef Daniel Boulud, includes one of the best charcuterie boards in the city. The bar is open until 2 am Thursday through Saturday.

El Caballito

220 King St W, Toronto, ON M5H 1K4

Open late six days a week, El Cabillito is bringing the tequila party to the masses. The tequila bar has one of the largest offerings and to top it off it gives out free tacos once the clock strikes 12. The lounge has been a favourite spot for many of the locals since it opened in 2014, and in the summer months there’s a gorgeous backyard patio, complete with its very own taco truck.

Soho House Toronto

192 Adelaide St W, Toronto, ON M5H 0A4

Soho House is an exclusive members-only club that ups the glamour on Adelaide. The late night menu is filled with classic bar snacks like crispy polenta, devilled eggs and chocolate chip cookies. You can pair the bar snacks with classic cocktails or choose from the premium wine list. Soho House is open until 2 am Monday through Saturday.

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