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7 West Café

Restaurants & cafés

A rambling three-storey hotspot where students, film-lovers and bohemian types nurse coffees into the wee hours. Known for its desserts and salads.

7 Charles Street W

Beaver Café

Restaurants & cafés

Legendary queer club promoter Will Munro has resurfaced after his Vazaleen rave days with this cute café. Though it's essentially a diner, call to ask about...

1192 Queen Street W

Buddies in Bad Times Theatre

Critics' choice

North America's largest queer theatre (call it gay and lesbian at your peril) dates back to 1979 and is a focal point for the gay community. Its heyday was...

12 Alexander Street

Bull Dog Coffee

Restaurants & cafés

A coffee shop with a subtle leather vibe and decent signature drinks. The side-street location boasts a pleasant tree-shaded patio.

89 Granby Street


Restaurants & cafés

The swankiest spot on the strip, this pale green room serves upscale bistro-style fare early in the evening, then morphs into a loud bar, complete with...

499 Church Street

Canadian Lesbian & Gay Archives


The second-largest queer archive in the world, set in the heart of the gay village. It boasts a huge collection of books and periodicals documenting the...

Suite 202


Adult Entertainment

The darkest bathhouse in town, this is where you go when you don't want to meet anyone you know. It doesn't even have a sign, just a black door.

78 Wellesley Street E

Churchmouse & Firkin

Bars & pubs

Standard pub grub - pasta, curry and so forth - plus lots of draught beer and a great patio facing north (so you get a view of who's coming into the ghetto...

475 Church Street

Club Toronto Mansion

Adult Entertainment

This Victorian mansion boasts stained-glass windows and ornate details, but it's the rambling corridors that really matter: they are perfect for cruising....

231 Mutual Street

Crews, Tango & The Zone

Bars & pubs

A motley crowd of dykes and queens mingles in these Victorian houses. Entertainment ranges from drag to dancing to karaoke, and the vibe is down to earth....

508-510 Church Street

Fire on the East Side

Restaurants & cafés

This casual eaterie takes its culinary cue from the Deep South: jambalaya, spicy bayou wings and Louisiana crab cakes. Set on a leafy side street, the patio...

6 Gloucester Street


Bars & pubs, Clubs

Once a week the boys turn up in droves, eager to shed their shirts in honour of top DJs. Cover charges can be high, but the party goes on till morning at...

8 Gloucester Street

Garage Sandwich Co at Pusateri's

Restaurants & cafés

A tiny, funky sandwich place that's best known for its vegetarian and meat-based chilli con carne.

497 Church Street

George's Play

Bars & pubs

In the week, this unpretentious bar draws an older crowd with its catchy '80s-heavy tunes. On the weekend, there are Latin nights with lots of drag, dancing...

504 Church Street

Glad Day Bookshop


The second-oldest gay and lesbian book store in the world (established 1970), Glad Day is a pain to find and no fun to browse (the second-floor space is...

598A Yonge Street
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