This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Nothing flees faster than gay history. A few years from now, no one will even know they were there. This city has never been very good at preserving its heritage, but even by Toronto standards, local gay history and heritage tends to disappear fast, leaving only ghost landmarks in its wake. Two focus on Church St. My own current fave is the nondescript old building on the southwest corner of Yonge and Charles, above a long-gone Coles bookstore.
The Best Lesbian Bars and Lesbian Events in Toronto
The 27 most memorable nightclubs in Toronto's history
They covered the tourism options in their video [watch it below] and Lindsay and I focused in on the best bars and parties around town. Turns out there are a bunch of rad lesbian bars and lesbian events around Toronto that slip below the radar. Want some more information about Toronto? Check out our review of Delta Hotel.
As our cityscape changes more and more every week, it seems appropriate to harken back to some great Toronto bars that are gone but not forgotten. Across the city, there have been some legendary bars and clubs that played home to local patrons looking for a night out drinking and socializing, cutting some rug, or also soaking in the sounds of some great indie bands. This list contains a mix of bars and clubs that fit into all categories.
Toronto is a city for planners. Get ahead with reservations and you will have a superb time. Some people like to march to the beat of their own drum. Others like to enjoy the bass of a world class DJ rather than their own private vinyl collection. On those days when you want to go big, Toronto has the dance clubs that are sure to please.