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Ernest Chan

Hong Kong, China

Spring Break in Toronto: what to do?

My friends and I are in Toronto for a week starting today for spring break. What are some fun things to do? We don't want to be too touristy (ahem CN tower) and we don't have an extravagant budget (we're college students). Any suggestions for unique things to do, good bars/clubs, or restaurants would be appreciated. 

P.s. a suggestion involving rowdiness is a plus in our books.  

Thanks!

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  • Alana Simpson

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    Sneaky Dee's can be a lot of fun! It's got a cool grungy feel to it, which is awesome.

    Another cool place is The Dance Cave, which has free cover if you show your ID card!

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    I know you've already come and gone from Toronto but I wanted to throw in for a group of guys looking for rowdiness in the city there is always Real Sports Bar & Grill it's HUGE and a must visit for a lover of almost any sport. Along those lines it wouldn't be Toronto if you didn't visit a Maple Leafs Hockey Game at the Air Canada Centre, or in the summer a Blue Jays Baseball Game at the Rogers Centre. Usually for games you can get "nosebleed" seats for $10-$15 each and although the stadium beer can be pricey it's a great night out. Toronto loves sports so if you like rowdiness that is definitely the place to find it!

    Also if you like to party there is the Entertainment District which has a whole slew of different clubs along Richmond St W from upscale to back alley and the area can get pretty raucous between midnight and when the bars close. Unfortunately bars close at 2am and unless you have a hook-up for an underground all night event everyone heads home and by 3am the streets are quiet.

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