Worried about where to go out in gay Toronto? Don’t be! We have you covered for the best gay bars and clubs in Toronto. Whether you like hipster dives, drag queens, or dance clubs, this city never disappoints: Toronto's gay district covers all bases.
Woody’s is the city’s most well-known gay establishment and draws the LGBT crowds since it was a popular filming location for the Queer as Folk series. For those looking to dance, Fly 2.0 (the nightclub location used in Queer as Folk) brings international DJs and incredible sonics.
The best drag queens can be found at Crews and Tangos which has performances every night of the week. Grab a pitcher and enjoy the show!
A little further on the east side, Wayla brings a tidy, modern, and funky bar that specializes in karaoke and themed dance parties.
Pegasus Bar is one of the city’s most laid-back bars in Toronto. Sit back, enjoy a beer and have a go at billiards or their popular trivia nights.
The city’s famous nude strip club is Remington’s Men of Steel and has a men’s-only floor on Friday and Saturday nights.
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Black Eagle is the city’s most popular leather and denim bar with industrial decor, dark cruisy areas, and naughty underwear parties. Patrons also rave about the DJ sets.