Clubs, concert venues and cool bars are just the start of what Toronto's nightlife has to offer. Take GO Transit to your next outing, and let us be the DD!
Enjoy Toronto nightlife with evening and weekend GO train service on the Lakeshore West, Lakeshore East, Barrie and Stouffville line. Get to the opening act and stay for the last call.
Plus, we have tons of late-night GO bus options across our entire network.
Bars & Nightlife Events
Looking for some downtown Toronto nightlife? We’ve got just the idea for you!
Friday Night Jazz at Ripley's
ROM After Dark
ROM After Dark is a new after-hours event where art, culture, and nature collide to offer a curated evening of music, visual arts, and immersive experiences.
Snakes and Lattes
Snakes and Lattes is Toronto’s most popular board game café with walls stacked with tons of games from Monopoly to Settlers of Catan.
Rec Room (Toronto)
The Rec Room in Toronto is 40,000 square feet of games, entertainment, and eats! There’s so much to do, including video games, pool, ping pong, and VR experiences at The VOID – exclusively at The Rec Room.
The Drake Hotel is a rock and roll boutique hotel. Aside from its eclectic aesthetics, it is also a restaurant and bar that offers one of the best burgers in the city.
Up for a game of ping pong with your friends? SPIN Toronto is the place to be.
EFS Social Club
Located in King West’s bustling fashion district, EFS is a venue that is beautifully designed with barn board, Edison bulbs, sleek leather banquettes, and polished concrete floors with pops of colourful pop art.
Looking for a fun and casual bar with affordable drinks? Bar 244 is the perfect spot for a cheap night out with $3 drinks always. Who says downtown Toronto nightlife has to be expensive?
Cube is a sleek nightclub on Queen St. West with mirrored walls, high ceilings, and everything is shiny black.
Everleigh embodies a fresh take on Canadian nightlife. There are two rooms, one representing southern Ontario with room for dancing up a (snowbelt) storm and booths for bottle service, and the other representing cottage country with vintage-inspired sofas, wood tables, Muskoka chairs, and a Canadian geese installation on the ceiling.
Nestled in the heart of Kensington Market, Cold Tea is a hip bar that serves chill vibes, good music, delicious drinks, and dim sum.
Rock ‘n’ Horse Saloon
Looking for a country western experience? At Rock ‘n’ Horse, you can expect Southern hospitality, homestyle country dishes, line dancing, and a mechanical bull.
There are lots of options to enjoy downtown Toronto's nightlife!
E-tickets now available
Single-ride adult e-tickets are now available.
* Must pre-purchase tickets online. Available on smartphones only. Not available at station. Non-refundable. Learn more here.
PRESTO is an electronic, re-loadable fare card that helps make travelling on transit easy and convenient at a discounted fare. The more times you take the same trip in a month, the more you save.
Pay your fare while travelling on the entire GO network and other transit systems by simply tapping your PRESTO card. The system calculates your fare for a trip and deducts it from the balance stored on your card—all in less than a second.
You automatically save 15% with your PRESTO card.
Short Distance Fares
Take GO Transit for only $3.70 with your PRESTO card from Exhibition GO, Scarborough GO, Kennedy GO, Danforth GO, Mimico GO and Bloor GO to Union.
All shorter length trips of 10km or less across the GO Transit network are only $3.70 when you use your PRESTO card, or $4.40 with a ticket.