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My band played here twice in April for Candian Music week but we found we kept coming back even when we had downtime. Really laid back vibe in the bar and we were surprised to find that one of the owners was from our hometown...More
Very neat place for bands to play. Definitely smaller than I expected, but it is cozy. Bar service was good, I really like the stage area. And the fact that there are couches to lounge too. Just beware there may be a $10 cover fee....More
This was my first time at the hideout and it was a great place to go. The band was playing songs that everyone could sing along to. The staff at the door were actually FRIENDLY and not pushy, and the bartenders were very very nice...More
We had a nice afternoon in the sun on the patio at The Hideout - the drinks were good, the servers were friendly and efficient, and the guy singing was reading the crowd well. We did t try the food, but there was plenty going...More
I stopped into this bar 3 times during my stay in Toronto. Not only did the bar manager/owner (I couldn't tell but he had the authority to dole out shots) treat everyone in the bar to Jager (thanks to the kickass band Mad June, that...More
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Queen Street and West Queen West
Known as the Art & Design District, West Queen West is one of the most energetic and dynamic of Toronto's neighborhoods. Along with its great modernist museums, clubs, and restaurants, it's home to some of the funkiest specialty shops, ranging from clothing to stationary to collectables, and caters to niche and vintage shoppers of all kinds. That makes it a mecca for creatives, including hobbyists designers, writers,
and painters. With ink on their hands and fabric pelts in their bags, visitors to Queen Street traverse the avant-garde blend of historic architecture and ultra-contemporary fare. Home to some of Toronto's chicest hotels and most modish java fixes, busy with street cars, and always suffused with live music drifting onto packed patios at bars and clubs by nightfall, the vibrancy of West Queen West is undeniable.