W4W Toronto

Club and Event Previews and Reviews

The Ultra Re-invention

The Toronto nightclub tries something new.

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Beirut-born Charles Khabouth is not subtle about the newly re-invented ULTRA. The CEO of Toronto-based Ink has done it again with the recently reopened restaurant by day, and nightclub after dark.

The new ULTRA, designed by Toronto’s Munge Leung, has a dark, hellish and somewhat crazed vibe with black and red as the dominant colors, and gigantic images of imposing roosters loom over 400 plus diners or clubbers.  Photographer Stephen Green-Armytage created the threatening bird pictures. Partners Alessandro Munge and Sai Leung were also in charge of the award-winning design of the original ULTRA five years ago.

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Khabouth’s Ink is engaged in a range of prominent hospitality venues, including the Pantages Suites Hotel & Spa in Toronto (club) and The Beatles Revolution Lounge in the Mirage in Las Vegas.

European sports menswear Dirk Bikkembergs Fashion show at Ultra March 19th, 2009

More info here.

March 23, 2009 Posted by | Clubs, Eateries, fashion, Fashion Design, Restaurant, Reviews, Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

SHOW LOVE! ~ LG Fashion Week Toronto ~ Fall 2009

Photo courtesy of FDCC

March 16th to 21st, 2009

The theme for the 10th year is SHOW LOVE.

For schedule visit LG Fashion Week
To purchase your tickets f-listThis season’s much anticipated highlight:

– The Project Runway Final – live inside the tent on Thursday.  As you may or may not know, W4W Toronto has not really been feeling the uncouth tent set-up at Nathan Phillips Square these past few seasons.

However, with runway shows costing designers up to $20,000 to produce, some labels are looking for more inexpensive ways of showing their collection during this economic crisis.  Hence a few labels are opting to show in nightclubsBrant House, Cheval, and Maro are the usual locations, with more scheduled on the way.

Join ULTRA SUPPERCLUB and NAM Models on March 17th, 2009 for their own after the show party.

March 9, 2009 Posted by | Clubs, fashion, L’Oréal, Night club, Toronto, Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

This is Where W4W Toronto Will Be on NYE 09…

JOIN US!  GET YOUR TICKETS RIGHT NOW!

ATMOSPHERE: Upscale
LAYOUT: Large, Lavish, Entertainment Complex – 41,000 square feet
AGE GROUP: 23 +
ATTIRE: Dress to Impress

ADDRESS: 15 Saskatchewan Road , Toronto

W4W Toronto loves Muzik Nightclub!

December 29, 2008 Posted by | Clubs, fashion, Night club, Reviews, Toronto, Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Feel like partying on Xmas Eve (tonight)?

The ladies of W4W Toronto have just the party for you…

Music: House, Hip-Hop, R&B, Rock,
Cover: GUEST LIST ONLY (tell them W4W Toronto sent you)
Dress Code: FASHIONABLE ATTIRE
Notes: @ LOBBY – 192 BLOOR STREET WEST, TORONTO ARRIVE BEFORE 11:30PM

Wednesday
Dec. 17, 2008

Wednesday
Dec. 10, 2008

Ed Hardy Icing Launch Party
Dec. 3, 2008

Wednesday
Nov. 26, 2008

December 24, 2008 Posted by | Clubs, fashion, Restaurant, Toronto, Toronto Lounges, Toronto Nightclubs, Toronto Reviews | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

LOBBY PRESENTS-BOUTIQUE 09 ~ NYE EVE CELEBRATION

Wednesday December 31st,  2008

LOBBY PRESENTS…

BOUTIQUE 09 ~ NEW YEARS EVE CELEBRATION ONE OF W4W TORONTO’S FAVORITE PARTY DESTINATIONS, YOU ARE INVITED TO TAKE PART IN A GLAMOROUS CELEBRATION OF DINNER & DANCE AT LOBBY.

FEATURING THE MUSIC OF DJ JC (TEAM LA ROQUE) HOUSE – R&B – CLASSICS

PARTY TICKET
$30.00

INCLUDES:
GENERAL ADMISSION
COMPLIMENTARY CHAMPAGNE TOAST
COMPLIMENTARY PARTY FAVOURS

DINNER PARTY TICKET
$100.00
TAXES AND GRATUITY FOR DINNER NOT INCLUDED.

INCLUDES:
GENERAL ADMISSION
3 COURSE DINNER
COMPLIMENTARY CHAMPAGNE TOAST
COMPLIMENTARY PARTY FAVOURS

PARTY BEGINS AT 9:00PM | DINNER SEATING AT 9:30PM

NEW YEARS EVE DINNER

STARTERS

WILD MUSHROOM SOUP, GRANISHED WITH MOREL CHIPS & TRUFFLE ESSENCE

OR

BABY ARUGULA SALAD WITH FROSTED WALNUTS, DRIED CHERRIES, APPLE CRISP, AND CIDER VINAIGRETTE

MAIN COURSE

SQUASH & ROASTED GARLIC GNOCCHI WITH BROWN BUTTER & SAGE

OR

RACK OF LAMB WITH BALSAMIC GLAZED SWEET POTATO & ROSEMARY JUS

OR

ROASTED CHICKEN BREAST SUPREME WITH PEARL ONIONS, DOUBLE SMOKED BACKON AND CREAMY TARAGON SAUCE

OR

CHILEAN SEA BASS WITH SEARED SCALLOPS, MARINATED FRENCH BEANS, CILANTRO PESTO POTATO PUREE & CITRUS BUTTER

DESERT

CRÈME BRULE FLAVOURED WITH LAVENDER AND HONEY

OR

MILK CHOCOLATE & BAILEY’S TART WITH MINT BAILEY’S ICE CREAM

DOORS FROM 9:00PM – 4:00AM
FOR BOTTLE SERVICE AND DINNER RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL 416.929.7169

December 23, 2008 Posted by | Clubs, Eateries, fashion, Night club, Restaurant, Reviews, Toronto, Toronto Lounges | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A Jazz Affair on New Years Eve

Looking for something different on New Years Eve in Toronto? Go for an intimate jazz affair with International jazz artist, Toronto’s own Nick “Brownman” Ali. Get your tickets early, because this is an intimate venue with die hard regulars, great food, and top-quality entertainment.
Click flyer below for more information and to buy tickets.

December 21, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

John Legend…VIP….Afterparty – Fri Nov 28th, 2008

Join W4W Toronto at the Guvernment’s “D’Luxe” lounge for the official John Legend afterparty.  Mr. Legend will be there schmoozing the crowd and he may even sing a song or two.  RSVP was limited to the first 20 people reading our blog and responding.  They are in, and you’re not.

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Time and Place
Start Time:
Friday, November 28, 2008 at 11:00pm
End Time:
Saturday, November 29, 2008 at 3:00am
Location:
THE GUVERNMENT – D’Luxe (aka the Drink)
Street:
132 QUEENS QUAY EAST

UPDATE: Post party pics:

November 24, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

A Reason to Party on Thursdays This Season…

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Never a disappointment, schizophrenic Cheval is steadily proving to be a consistent party spot – once you get on the guestlist and arrive early (or at least KNOW somebody at the door)!  Every Thursday will be a different fashion event.  This Thursday, pre-shop at MODA and save $20% off, see their fashion show, and party at Cheval all in one evening.

Very worthwhile; the music is hot, and so are the people.

November 20, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Music That Moves Us…download it free!

What do we listen to?  Anything that has a really good beat, something we can dance to.  Not techno, not hard rock, nothing that requires the ingestion of large amounts of drugs (or even small amounts) to appreciate.  A mix of rock, rap, hip/hop, house, a little reggae, and perhaps even small doses of soca infused into a hot set by a knowledgeable DJ can really move a crowd.  And if it moves the crowd, it will move us.  Our favorite DJ’s who play these fabulous sets are DJ AM (Adam Goldstein), Samantha Ronson, and Toronto’s very own Chris LaRoque.  At the end of the night if we still haven’t gotten enough of a musical fix, there is always the afterparty for all the beautiful people at RAW UNDERGROUND from 2a:m until 7:30a:m on a Friday or Saturday.  At RAW you can hear everything we are giving you on our free download.  Yes, download 24 of our favorite tracks for free here, while the link lasts.

Happy listening!

November 18, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

CRYSTAL 09 NEW YEARS EVE AT THE ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM

NEW YEAR’S EVE FALLS ON A WEDNESDAY THIS YEAR AND IT’S
TIME TO CHOOSE YOUR PARTY DESTINATION…

Guaranteed to be a unique New Year’s experience. Plan ahead, plan early, and purchase
your
Royal Ontario Museum New Years tickets ASAP to ensure entry.  This party promises
to have a more mature, “sophisticated”, and stylish party crowd.  It will be where the
Rockwood Monday’s, Lobby Wednesday’s, Ultra Friday’s, and This is London Saturday’s
crowd go to ring in their New Year.
This event will sell out, as will many of the NY Eve parties W4W Toronto will recommend.
Don’t be a last minute girl and then get stuck partying with the lackluster bar crowds.  They
don’t know how to dress, or dance and you’ll bring in the New Year with some schlep talking
your ear off.

Music: Classics, House, R&B

November 17, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Why We Love Winter in Toronto…

Yes it gets cold in Toronto, but not colder than a New York winter, and certainly not as blustery cold as Chicago.  So with that in mind, the night life never ends for those willing to step out in their stylish best.

We love winter in Toronto because we get to wear fabulous looking coats, the following being prime examples.

Winter Coats 2008/2009

Flattering, warm enough, and practical for getting in and out of the car.

…and deliciously sexy shoes and boots that set off any outfit

Shoes and boots 2008/2009

Bring a couple pairs to the club, so that you can switch up when your feet start hurting!

…and of course they are all in your basic black! The only color for winter that matters.  These pieces are worth the money, because you will able to style and profile in them for several winters.

So get them here:

bluefly.com

luxury-shops.com

net-a-porter.com

frockonline.com

endless.com

brownsfashion.com

viecouture.com

November 14, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

119 Corbo – One Stop Shopping for the Fashionista on the Go

Linda Perisa’s store stocks: Demeulemeester boots, five-inch stilettos by Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney slouch boots, Lanvin bags and necklaces, Miu Miu bodysuits, stretch-leather leggings by Haider Ackerman, and Rick Owens coats.  And these are only the the beginning of your adventure.

119 Yorkville Ave, Toronto

Click on the picture below to go to their site.

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November 7, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Usher’s Official After Party at This Is London – Nov 8th, 2008

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Usher is performing in Toronto at Kool Haus, and the after party promises to be a sexy affair.  The One Night Stand Ladies Only concert tour kicked off this weekend in Atlantic City.  For this tour, Usher has been given a fashion makeover by DSquared2 with clothing ranging from super crisp tuxedos, to a silk robe and slippers!  The promoters of this event at This is London say he is going to be hosting it.  That remains to be seen.  However, with DJ Chris La Roque spinning Mash Up House, R&B and Rock, you are guaranteed to have a great time!

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Toronto DJ - Chris LaRoque

Contact TIL to get on the guestlist here

The promoters of Ink Media here

UPDATE:

Usher came through Ultra Supper Club on Saturday in a lumberjack shirt and hoser beanie-hat.

November 6, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

New Louis Vuitton Bags & Essentials at eLUXURY.com

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Authentic LV.

Launched in June 2000, eLUXURY.com is the premier online fashion retailer, offering designer apparel and accessories, beauty and children’s collections, and an exclusive Louis Vuitton boutique.

Since 1854, Louis Vuitton has been synonymous with the art of travel. What started as a family business has expanded internationally and is now the symbol of elegance and refinement. Timeless and prestigious, Louis Vuitton has constantly evolved and adapted to become the world leader in luxury.

Currently, eLUXURY ships strictly to the contiguous 48 U.S. states, plus Alaska and Hawaii.  Shipments to international destinations and U.S territories (such as Puerto Rico and Guam) are unavailable.  Howver, if you are flying to New York and have a good friend who will recieve your shipments, eLUXURY will save you money on LV products.

November 5, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Halloween Pics in Muzik Nightclub’s VIP – Nov 1, 2008

Yes the party was a day after Halloween ended, but who cares?  Halloween at Muzik is a party for the grown and sexy. Thousands of people in costume, dancing and having a good time can’t be beat.  W4W Toronto was there, and here are some of our favorites. Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/msjag

November 3, 2008 Posted by | Clubs, Fashion Design, Reviews, Toronto Lounges, Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Elizabeth Arden: Free Gift With Purchase of $38+ at The Bay


Elizabeth Arden freebies.

Now through November 16 you can get a Free Gift with your $38+ Purchase of Elizabeth Arden product at The Bay.

Here’s what the gift includes:

With an Elizabeth Arden purchase of $38 or more, you’ll get a gift containing:

  • Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant (15 ml)
  • Prevage Anti-aging Formula packet (2 ml)
  • Deluxe Compact with Duo Eyeshadows, 2 Lip glosses and 1 Cheek Colour
  • Ceremide Lash Extending Treatment Mascara in Black, (3 ml)
  • Mediterranean Eau de Parfum Spray
  • Deluxe Makeup Brush
  • All packaged in a fold-over clutch
      And your choice of either:

    • OPTION 1: Intervene Pause & Effect Moisture Lotion in SPF 15 (7 ml) and Intervene Pause & Effect 3-in-1 Cleanser/Exfoliator/Primer (50 ml)
    • OPTION 2: Ceramide Plump Perfect Moisture Cream in SPF 15/30 (15 ml) and Ceramide Purifying Cream Cleanser
  • While quantities last. One per customer. No rainchecks.

November 2, 2008 Posted by | Reviews | , , , , | Leave a comment

BRANDED BOUTIQUE – Sale – Oct 30th to Nov 3rd, 2008

Sale Starts Thurs. October 30th to November 3rd
(Open  11AM-7PM DAILY,    SUN 12-5PM)
161 Spadina Ave (Lower Level)

EXCLUSIVES!
Laguna Beach Denim – Bullzeye – The only store in Canada selling

Christian Audigier’s newest line Paco Chicano and Crystal Rock.
Romeo and Juliet – Limited edition Don Rebal T shirts –
Troy – Morphene Generation  and Truth by Grace.

October 29, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Fashion Cares Now Coincides With Halloween

Fashion sCares, the Halloween Edition 2008.

The 22nd annual gala (in support of the AIDS Committee of Toronto) Fashion Cares, aptly called Fashion sCares is set for Saturday, November 1, 2008.  It will be a Halloween-themed extravaganza “imagine Haute Couture meets Halloween meets Paris is Burning and you’ve got an idea of where we’re going,” says Michael King, the 2008 Chair.

Fashion Cares is a mecca for the cross-dressing, ambi-sexual, freakazoid.  To be a straight married person in this context, one would wonder if you somehow go yourselves lost.

This years show promises a marked difference from the one that took place in May 2008 at the ill-equipped Distillery District, and left many in attendance dissatisfied, chilly, and confused.

The event returns to the Metro Convention Centre and the $125.00/person tickets can be obtained here.

  • Cocktail Reception and Silent Auction starting at 8PM
  • Show (Starts at 10PM)
  • After Party at Metro Toronto Convention Centre
  • Access to the After Party at Circa at a discounted rate

Fashion sCares After Party at Circa

Update:  PARTY PICTURES and VIDEO1, VIDEO2

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October 29, 2008 Posted by | Clubs, Fashion Design, Reviews, Toronto, Toronto Nightclubs, Toronto Reviews | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Halloween Costumes and Christian Louboutin

Running out of time to make your Halloween ultimate costume?  Never fear, there are enough party stores in Toronto to give you what you need.

What about the ultimate fantasy costume?  What if you got a dominatrix outfit and paired it with these Christian Louboutin killer heels?

The super stiletto heel, dominatrix spikes, and polished black leather are the hottest item not available in time for Halloween, and not for those without celebrity and financial status.  The Rodarte Christian Louboutin’s were featured in black, gold, and white (all with the trademark red soles) during Rodarte’s 2008 fall fashion show.  No word on when they will be available online if at all, but one can only dream of the possibilities of next year’s Halloween outfit.

I’m sure Ms. Jackson already has her outfit together!

JJ rocks Christian Louboutin's For Rodarte

October 28, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Gsus SIndustries Spring/Summer 2009 Collection at L’Oreal Fashion Week

Check out the videos of Gsus SIndustires Spring/Summer 2009 Collection on our W4W Toronto YouTube site.  It was a funky, wild, and creative show as usual.

Read about Fashion Week organizer Robin Kay’s much talked about faux pas on opening night Monday Oct 20, 2008, and see the video here

October 25, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Betsey Johnson – Elmer Olsen – Oct 21th, 2008

Tonight at Brant House

Betsey Johnson - Spring/Summer 09 Runway Show
    Presented by Elmer Olson Agency, featuring Canadian talents and international
    sensations, Kori Richardson, Taryn Davidson & Amanda Laine
    Runway @ 11:30 pm

October 21, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Official Madonna Afterparty at TIL – Sat Oct 18th, 2008

This is London (TIL)

Madonna’s DJ , DJ Enferno will be spinning.  They have also confirmed that Madonna’s dancers will be there to start the party off right and quickly!  Get on the guestlist and bypass the cover/waiting in line.  Get there early, because the guestlist ends at 11:30pm. A strict dress code is in effect.

Email to get on the guestlist here.

Madonna's DJ - DJ Enferno

The Sticky and Sweet tour, follows Madonna’s latest album entitled Hard Candy.  She plays Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on October 18.  BEST BET: Go down to the Air Canada Centre 5 minutes after the show starts and buy tickets from desperate scalpers.  Buying “Section: CFLR” for less than $325/ticket is a deal!  The tickets are pretty much worthless to the scalper once she gets on stage anyway.

This is London is a 16,000 square foot venue divided between a main floor and a mezzanine. Set in a renovated warehouse in Toronto’s Entertainment district.  Its multilevel design features several bars, VIP lounges, a seasonal outside courtyard, a fabulous ladies SPA type washroom, and the ultra cool VIP “Room 364”.  On Saturdays it’s a party spot that is definitely not for little kids.

October 17, 2008 Posted by | Clubs, Toronto, Toronto Nightclubs, Toronto Reviews | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

L’Oreal Fashion Week Spring 2009 – Preview

All the usual suspects will be showing, and some new kids on the block.  W4W Toronto will play this one by ear.  We don’t like the foolish tent set up at Nathan Phillips Square, using public City of Toronto bathrooms, or the herding and corralling of individuals who want to see the shows into unorganized lines.

Here is list of designers who are showing, and check back often for updates:

October 16, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , | Leave a comment

Boobyball 7 – “UnderCover” – Review

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Sept 26, 2008

Liberty Market Building
171 East Liberty Street
$75.00

This annual event started in 2002 to raise the spirits of a sick friend, and in the the process raised a large amount of money for breast cancer. The Boobyball has quickly become an important event on the Toronto charitable circuit. The Boobyball, in support of Rethink Breast Cancer, has raised more than $250,000 to date.
Co-founders, Ashleigh Dempster and Amanda Blakley, along with a committee of 30 volunteers, worked to create the “Undercover” theme, inspired by the new James Bond film, Quantum of Solace, set for release this fall.  The sold out event catered to 900 intrigued guests.  The interactive components of this year’s event—titled “Boobyball 7: Undercover”—started as guests checked in at a bank of computers that generated their identities for the evening and issued passports. Attendees then had to participate in five activities throughout the night to earn stamps on their passport, which they presented to pick up their gift bags at the end of the night.

October 6, 2008 Posted by | Clubs, Reviews, Toronto, Toronto Lounges, Toronto Nightclubs, Toronto Reviews | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

RUDSAK IN BAYVIEW VILLAGE TORONTO – 10% OFF ENTIRE COLLECTION

CLICK ON THE FLYER TO VIEW DETAILS!

This is a must go to pre-winter event for all fashionistas.  Tell them you saw it on W4W Toronto & Kleen Media.

September 22, 2008 Posted by | Fashion Design, Toronto, Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ultra – Fri Sept 12, 2008 Event Review

This was supposed to be a party hosted by Lindsay Lohan while her very talented girlfriend, Samantha Ronson DJ’ed.  Samantha showed up and ran a very hyped set for the last hour or so that Ultra remained open while Lindsay we discovered, stayed in a corner and texted on her celly.  Only those in the very front row who craned their necks got to peep her.

Ultra charged everyone $25.00 – $30.00 at the door regardless of whose guestlist you were on, and even if you arrived there at 9:00pm.

Lesson learned: Beware of the hype!  Here is the video.

September 14, 2008 Posted by | Clubs, Reviews, Toronto, Toronto Lounges, Toronto Nightclubs, Toronto Reviews | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Sport of Shopping Invite – Sept 10th, 2008

Register on the main floor of HBC (Queen Street) on the day of the event.

September 5, 2008 Posted by | Fashion Design, Toronto | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

TIFF 2008 Style

New Tie-Ups belts have been spotted on some very chic Toronto hipsters during the first day of TIFF.  Made in Italy, they are cut to fit, come in 12 colors, are washable, 100 % recyclable, “resist UV rays, saltwater, bacteria and tortion”.  Did we mention that they are also pretty?  Furthermore they are pretty hard to get your hands on, so if you will be visiting Italy, Greece, Spain, Australia, or Saudi Arabia in the next few weeks, buy some and sell them on eBay.

Word is, you will have to wait till December to buy them in Toronto, and then only at select stores.  Email us for details.

September 5, 2008 Posted by | Reviews, Toronto | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Sundays on the patio of the Drake Hotel

1150 Queen Street West

http://www.thedrakehotel.ca

Sundays on the Patio at the Drake Hotel is awesome!  Great music (old school reggae, and world music mixed in), great ambiance, friendly and good looking crowd, great food, and lovely drinks.  Prompt service may be hit and miss, but take a look around and see how busy the servers are!  This a very social scene, and you will make acquaintances easily.  We have spent many hours whiling away the time here this summer.  Your hard earned $100/person can get you about 4-5 hours of socializing time if you want to eat and drink.  Open year round, the “Sky Yard” patio is located on Drake’s rooftop.  In the spring, summer and fall, it features palm trees, various seating options including outdoor couches (almost verging on being beds), communal teak tables, and a theater sized screening wall and outdoor murals.

A very breezy island style theme in the summer.  And soon to be hot bed of stylish scenesters during the 2008 TIFF.

Scale of 0-10 (10 being the best)
Music – 9 People – 9 Ambiance – 9 Love factor – 9

September 4, 2008 Posted by | Reviews, Toronto Lounges, Toronto Nightclubs, Toronto Reviews | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

TIFF 2008 Parties

Sept 4th – 13th, 2008

You’ve got to have have the parties after the movies.  If you are not in the know and just want to enjoy the scene at some sophisticated clubs, you can’t go wrong with the Unique Lifestyles promo team.  Check out their fare here.

Stay tuned for W4W Toronto’s report on all the happenings during and after TIFF.

September 4, 2008 Posted by | Clubs, fashion, Fashion Design, Night club, TIFF, Toronto, Toronto International Film Festival, Toronto Lounges, Toronto Nightclubs, Toronto Reviews | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

W4W Toronto’s exclusive new *hawt* POLE DANCING group

Email Ms. JAG to get in on W4W Toronto’s exclusive new *hawt* POLE DANCING group starting in November 2008!  Conducted by W4WT’s #1 Chica, learn all these moves and more.

August 8, 2008 Posted by | Clubs, Fashion Design, Night club, Toronto Lounges, Toronto Nightclubs, Toronto Reviews, W4WT Links | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Caribana in Toronto 2008 – See the Videos

August 5, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

NYOOD Restaurant Review *****

1096 Queen Street West

Don’t let the exterior of swank black, with the absence of a sign fool you into thinking Nyood (pronounced nude) is too ritzy for you. Dress in your casual best and you will have no trouble gaining entry…but make reservations for the best tables by the window.

Actually there is no bad seating in this beautifully decorated restaurant. The decor is a combination of old meets new, a Parisian feel with a Grecian ceiling (or is it Roman?) meets nouveau modernism touches of white bookshelves, industrial light fixtures and concrete tables. The space is 2000 square feet, and feels spacious yet cozy with a subtle warmth. The elegant, elongated bar meets a tastefully decorated open concept kitchen.

The delicious food comes as tapas. I visited twice in one week!  If you like to share your food, then this is the place to come. An extremely delicious lychee shrimp cerviche was my favorite dish. But then my mates and I also gobbled down the mushroom and shrimp flatbread and whole snapper filleted. Dessert was to die for…the strawberry creme brulee, espresso brownie, and the blueberry ice cream (tasted like fried ice cream) were stand outs.

Owned by Hanif Harji, who also owns the trendy Blowfish and Kultura eating spots, and managed by the enthusiastic “Sacha”.

Nyood is definitely a place where you take your time and graze. It is the hottest restaurant in Toronto right now, so go! Take about $200.00 for a couple including a glass of wine, taxes and tip.

W4W TorontoWe are there.

July 11, 2008 Posted by | Eateries, Restaurant, Reviews, Toronto | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ultra Katwalk Tuesdays…

The only patio you have to be on every Tuesday night in Toronto.  Presented by

Pictures from the Ed Hardy fashion show June 2008, video here.

W4W TorontoWe are there.

June 24, 2008 Posted by | Clubs, Fashion Design, Reviews, Toronto, Toronto Lounges, Toronto Nightclubs, Toronto Reviews | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ultra – Tribute to Prince Party – May 9th, 2008

314 Queen Street
http://www.ultrasupperclub.com

Ultra is still happening in a big way. Not only the the place still gorgeous to be in, promoters are working with Facebook and Myspace to keep this venue fresh enough to keep the crowds coming.

This event involved a “PurpleElectricity Party” tribute to Prince releasing his first album 30 years ago. That album was called “For You” and was released on April 7, 1978, two months shy of his 20th birthday. The most memorable single off the album was “Soft and Wet”. Thankfully, DJ Doctor Baggie, and Chris LaRoque didn’t play many tunes off this debut album in the first half of the night. The projector screen of rare Prince images was a nice touch, as was the purple glow of lights.

The warm up music prior to the main event was fabulous. A whole slew of tunes I had forgotten existed. Music I was only old enough to rollerskate to from the Mary Jane Girls “Candyman” and “In My House” ” and Chaka Khan’s “I Think I Love You”. Then there was an awesome 15 minutes of Madonna with “Lucky Star” “Borderline” “Get into the Groove” and “Holiday”. Every now and then the DJ’s would throw in some Prince sound teasers, but switch back, making your adrenalin flow in a good way. I absolutely adored the vocal house set that then turned into garage house. I give kudos to the DJ’s for really knowing how to move a crowd.

The time for Prince-a-mania had arrived and the set was started off with “When Doves Cry”. By now it was almost one o’clock and we had to get going to another undisclosed venue. I am sure we missed out on some great Prince remixes, but hey…we had a great time at the other venue too.

Scale of 0-10 (10 being the best)
Music – 9 People – 71/2 Ambiance – 8 Love factor – 8

May 13, 2008 Posted by | Clubs, Reviews, Toronto, Toronto Lounges, Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

L’Oreal Fashion Week Toronto- March 17th – 22nd, 2008

The motto? “Wear in the World“. Ugh, back at the 30,000 square foot tent at Nathan Phillips Square. We have to say that we are not really feeling this venue. A congested room full of people being herded into different, barely marked line-ups, with passes that are not fully explained, makes for an unhappy fashion mood disorder. The environment is chaos for the observer, until we are shown our proper seats (first come first serve) in the FDCC section. Perhaps the FDCC could look into obtaining the Metro Convention Centre, or Muzik as the next site of L’Oreal fashion Week. This fall expect the colours – blue and purple – in all hues to dominate wardrobes every where. Monday Mar 17th

Joe Fresh

joefresh.jpg The Joe Fresh Style label is… well.. a supermarket line. This entity is a product that pretends to be nothing else and is mass marketed with dripings of style. With Joe Mimran behind the label, it remains focused. For fall there was a British element in equestrian looks – slim jodhpur pants and fitted jackets. Throw in youthful rockers with flat-front tartan trousers accessorized with skinny bowties and toques and you got Burberry for the budget set. When Mimran came out at the end wearing a highow mix of those $49 tartan pants with expensive velvet loafers and a tuxedo blazer, he showed yes, it might be supermarket, but how you wear it makes it shows your personal sense of “swag”. Mar 18th

Lucian Matis

This Project Runway Canada runner-up has excellent dressmaking skills and is a talent that knows no limits. Inspired by his first visit to China in December of 2007, Matis made the serene sophistication of basic black the star of his first full commercial collection. The show opened with a ’40s femme fatale, noirish coat and then wafted into the ’70s disco era with a jersey dress, a full-skirted dress reminiscent of the ’50s and a flapperish dress from the ’20s. The ’80s were also accounted for with a glamourama sequinned dress. There are a few pieces in grey and white. Everything else is in black cashmere, silk, alpaca wool and novelty fabric blends. Known for his detailed work and Parisian-inspired flavour, Matis says, “I definitely experimented until I got the mood right. The clothes are simple, silent and subtle,” says Matis. “It’s all about going back to basics.” View video here. Mar 18th

NADA

nada.jpgnada1.jpg The ’80s soap opera Dynasty provided the inspiration behind the Toronto-based designer’s bold fall collection. However, Nada Shepherd wisely avoided the campy high-powered styles favoured by the series’ catfighting divas Alexis Carrington and Krystle Carrington. Instead, Shepherd focused on a snappy career-woman-on-the-rise feel: jewel-toned wrap dresses, sharply tailored pinstriped pant suits and wide-belted shirt-dresses. Office-smart looks for a career girl scaling the corporate ladder, one more intent on proving herself with a serious work ethic rather than sultry schemes and boardroom back- stabbing. Power dressing, but thankfully no major shoulder pads. For play, it was more punk and disco Debbie Harry: a purple charmeuse print of smashed glass with chunky, zig-zagging leather zipper tapes and lots of short dresses. Many of the looks had a repeating elongated diamond and triangle shape, colour-blocked in black, magenta and electric blue dresses or as a panel of silver disco studs inset at the waist and shoulder. Mar 18th

BUSTLE

bustle.jpgbustle2.jpg “It’s made beggars of many and millionaires of a few.” Opening with a sound clip from a 1954 television production of Casino Royale, Bustle’s Shawn Hewson and Ruth Promislow again gambled on tailoring in their Bustle collection of menswear for this fall. A casino table placed at the beginning of the show with the models coming out and taking a seat was cute, and so was Stacy Mackenzie playing the dealer. “We’re not talking about playing slots at the MGM grand,” says Hewson. “We’ve taken our inspiration from that high-pedigree lifestyle. From horse racing to skeet shooting, it’s the aspirational adventurer that makes this fall collection so cool.” Top Canadian model Andrew Stetson started the show off right in a dark satin, stripped suit. There many three-piece suits as well, with appealing fabrics, some nappy stuff in polar bear white, and bib-front shirts in checks. The women’s roomy legged dress pants with suspenders flowed much nicer that some of the rather stiff, and tight pieces the men wore. See video here. Mar 18th

Joeffer Caoc

joeffer.jpg Strong women wear Joeffer. A more somber colour palette and a random mix of textures a la velvet and satin, give this interesting collection a contemporary twist. “It’s all about mixing classic pieces with surprising elements,” says Caoc. “There’s a lot of black and lots of elements that allude to lingerie, but it’s Catherine Deneuve minus the hardcore S&M stuff.” Caoc’s signature, alluringly simple-looking origami folds, draped material, and one-shoulder looks are lovely. However, the lack of colour in this particular show leaves one feeling a bit gloomy. Mar 19th

Jeanne Beker, Bratz and Diesel Kids

dkids.jpgjeanne.jpgjb.jpg Jeanne Beker, not only reported on all the style happenings at this year’s L’Oréal Fashion Week – she herself was news. She walked in the “Heart Truth Fashion Show” as part of L’Oreal fashion week and on March 19 at Diesel Kids’ premiere Toronto runway show at Nathan Philips Square, she launched her second book, “Passion for Fashion: Careers in Style”. To this end, she partnered with Bratz(TM) to bring her book to an entirely new audience of young fashionistas – the Bratz DOLL fans. The new “Bratz Fashion Reporter Doll” was inspired by Jeanne, and is packaged with a copy of Jeanne’s new book. The dolls name? “Jeanne B”, what else? The book-doll combination retails for $29.99 and is available at Toys R Us, Zellers and The Bay. Oh, and let’s not forget Jeanne celebrated her birthday on March 20th at Atelier. The debut of the Diesel Kids runway show unveiled 20 or so looks from the company’s Fall Winter 2008 collection for children. Apparently inspired by early Atari video games and the great outdoors, the clothing projected “resilience and comfort” and had a vintage and folky feel to it. The children out did the clothing with their own sense of style, and delighted the “by invitation only” audience members. View video here. Mar 19th

Comrags

comrags2.jpgcomragscoat.jpg Designers Joyce Gunhouse and Judy Cornish continued the theme of browns, various shades of blue, and grey. What was lacking of color was made up in interesting pairings. Tweedy school matron coats and Georgette dresses accessorized with bits of twig as brooches, faux fur, and custom John Fluevog men’s shoes! The finale grouping was a humorous series of floor-sweeping black coats caked in white (salt stains?), and the rubber galoshes. Bizarre, but totally Comrags. Mar 19th

Andy Thé-Anh

ata3.jpgata2.jpgata1.jpg I absolutely adored the neckpieces made of stand up collars, furry tails and/or beads. Andy Thé-Ahn’s shows are all about glamour, and are usually reeking of the rich and privileged life. He’s toned it down a bit this season. Sheer teal and blue blouses and dresses. Slim black satin pants with 3/4 length, belted mohair coats, and stilletos on every pair of feet. Brown dresses with accessorized add-on leather sleeves, or brown dresses with sheer blouses built right in. Plenty of form fitting satin dresses in black, grey, or teal, and all with high-belted waists. Gorgeous, sexy, and sophisticated, but not too over the top. View video here and here. Mar 19th

David Dixon

dd_scene.jpgcimg5458.jpgcimg5471.jpgcimg5483.jpg A snowy backdrop and a scene of a long walk through some woods bare of leaves. David Dixon’s collection represent “the urban woman”, the woman in search of peace of mind. His show was a balance of options. There was a belted fluttery little black dress that was all laser-cut petals, and a purple plaid shirt dress made of heavy wool. A couple of grey herringbone suits, with trousers or skirt, that looked comfortable and flexible for office wear and evening wear. Wonderfully accessorized with plenty of hats, gloves, scarves, and belts. View video here. Mar 20th

Gsus

cimg5521.jpgcimg5526.jpg Dutch designers, Jan Schrijver and Angelique Berkhout of Gsus SIndusties know how to put on a fun show. I am sure they instruct their models to “go out there with attitude”. The show started off with a series of gymnastic flips from one of the male “celebrity models”, a Canadian dancer whose name escapes me. Going against the grain appeared to be the theme of the show. With stripes and tights, bright printed pants, hoodies, pleather, sometimes all put together for a look that only a few in the world can pull off. View the video here and here.

March 22, 2008 Posted by | L' Oreal Fashion Week Fall 2006, L’Oréal, Our Official Web Site, Reviews, Toronto, Toronto Reviews | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Google’s Free 411 Service Now Open to Toronto

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In Google’s march toward world domination, you can call 1 (800) GOOG-411 (4664-411) and get access to every number Google has indexed on the Web, and then instantly be connected (for free) to any number of your choosing.   More information here.

March 15, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , | 1 Comment

Rockwood Nightclub – Feb 4th, 2008

31 Mercer Street

www.rockwoodclub.com

We actually attended Rockwood when they first opened in mid 2006 (read our Oct 18th, 2006 review) and had partied there several times enjoying the newness and otherness of the rich decor, lovely beats, and so forth.

A recent “Martini Monday” night visit has made us wonder what the hell happened? Martini Mondays are now called MashUp Mondays, and feature hip-hop, rock, r&b, all mixed together. Promoted by Kleenmedia, but attended by a “mashup” of people.

Not the vibe we know and like. Just over a year later, and the place looks run down. Mind you I haven’t been back in town long enough to actually know if the last 4 months were really “happening”, but from all accounts the first floor “Rock” has never actually opened to the general dance public, the second floor “Wood” is the only place the party stays, and the roof-top is for smokers who like to roast by heat lamps.

Officially, Rockwood features 3 weekly events: “Mashup Mondays”, “The Ritual” Fridays, and “I Love Saturdays”. The crowd is supposed to be 21+ mature, and stylish. Stylish perhaps, mature not. Too many young model types here who are possibly just barely of age to get into a club, and dudes old enough to be their father’s out past their bed time in Christian Audigier T Shirts.

I remember JoJo Flores turning this place out at least twice last year. Oh the memories. Rockwood as a venue needs some new life injected into it and fast, because it is stale already, and I hear the hotspot Atelier has taken up the slack.

Scale of 0-10 (10 being the best)
Music – 7 People – 4 Ambiance – 4 Love factor – 4

February 5, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Cheval – Feb 3rd, 2008

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606 King St West

www.chevalbar.com

The party happens later in the night. I mean for God’s sake it is a Sunday night, but the crowd still gets there after midnight. Don’t these people have jobs to go to in the morning? I work three or four nights a week so I didn’t have anywhere to go on Monday morning. Alas as we all know for some individuals going to places like Cheval is their job. Hence the shady looking characters who were being let in through the side door and therefore avoiding paying to get in.

I must say I adore Cheval’s small club ambiance. It is a small and narrow space, but it feels cozy, and warm, and happy, and squishy all at the same time. The DJ really knew how to rock a crowd with his selection of beats. Even the 40’ish blokes who looked sorely out of place and were trying to get our attention, could not ruin the loving vibe of this particular night at Cheval. The crowded room was definitely there to have a good time.  The main VIP area at the back of the club is big enough to accommodate  at least 20 – 30 people in total, but it is shared with other VIP’ers.  Bottle service is a two bottle minimum per table.  We preferred to see and be seen near one of the smaller VIP booths across from the DJ booth.

This was our second time out to Cheval in a year, and the place was just as good as the first time. We have a winner in this club. Now if they would only read our interview and let us in the side door with the “others”.

Scale of 0-10 (10 being the best)
Music – 9 People – 71/2 Ambiance – 81/2 Love factor – 8

February 4, 2008 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

TIFF 2007 Opening Night Party Hopping

Friday, September 07th, 2007

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The party @ the Liberty Grand was filled with filmmakers, producers and other industry folk. But more celeb-watchers than actual celebs. Who needs a red carpet when you can walk up a flight of stairs and through a kitchen? Yes, we had to use the service entrance in the back.

Next up: The Brant House, for the Lions Gate SAW IV party. We spotted Sean Ashmore drinking in the VIP, but Paris Hilton was rumored to have arrived shortly after we left. We ended up seeing her at at Lobby, Century Room and Ultra Supperclub in her first 48 hours in the city..hahaha. No it probably wasn’t her…maybe it was.
We hopped over to the FQ party at Atelier. Even with the tightest guest list we had encountered all night, the room was packed. Spotted in the crowd: Michael King (the host, of course), Anwar Mukhayesh (current Designer Guy), Dan and Davis Factor (founders of Smashbox cosmetics), Tracy Melchior and every top socialite this city has to offer. Now that was a nice party.

September 8, 2007 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , | Leave a comment

The Canadian Alphabet Fashion Show

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Feral Childe are Alice Wu and Moriah Carleson, two designers from New York City , who are currently in residence at the Drake Hotel. Their collection “Canadian Alphabet,” is inspired by the cultural and vernacular characteristics of Toronto and surrounding environs.

The runway was decorated with bristol-board/sharpie cut out letters dangling from the ceiling. The Drake Underground was crowded and restlessly amused. Absolutely full of young metropolitan adults.

There was a television crew with their equipment squeezing in and getting in people’s faces.

The night starts out with an announcement that there would be a short film, and then the show would start at 10pm.

The film we are shown is a close-cropped single shot of a marathon running by, with marathon like. For like… a long, long, time. The video’s contribution to the atmosphere seemed to make people anxious and impatient. Maybe it was just me.

Because then we waited a really long time past 10 for the show to start. No one knows how long because there is no cell phone service down there. There was a regal lady with grey hair and a fur coat in the front row who appeared to have a word with the co-ordinater of the event. There was a little morality play about late fashion shows up at the front between the Dame of Toronto Fashion, the Arts Co-Ordinater, and the Co-Designer.

Finally the band (Taigaa! from Brooklyn) started to play and the show began. Taigaa! plays that kind of music with the synth keyboard, the drummer girl, and the singer. The lyrics are spoken or moaned, like this: off… off… off… off… OFF, Offff…. etc.

Then the clothes came out. The models were all very good, professional looking and attractive. One guy was unusual, and had a very distinctive walk.

The clothing definitely co-opted some of the iconography of Canada, in kind of a literal way. The cut of a dress would resemble an Inuit parka. There were coat-toggle sort of references on all sorts of garments. Thermal pants made an appearance. Otherwise, it was boutiquey, quirky. The models wore tights in Royal Blue, but the clothing was brown or grey with grey screenprinting, making the palette of the collection seem very muddy – intentional? The one screen print I idea I liked was an oversized, broken houndstooth pattern.

It all seemed a little rushed. There were still creases on some of the pants where the fabric had been folded on the bolt… and not all of the seams were pressed.

Oh well, I’m out of steam on this one.

January 22, 2007 Posted by | Toronto Nightclubs | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Amber Bar – Dec 31, 2005

Amber Bar – Dec 31, 2005

119 Yorkville Ave

I’ve been to Amber several times in the summer of 2005 and I’ve always had an interesting time. The main room is smallish and located downstairs . One travels down a narrower room and bypasses the washrooms to then go upstairs to the heated patio. The patio is very nice in the summer, but here I was on New Years Eve for a free party.

We arrived at Amber at 0100hrs after taking our time and missing the revelry at midnight. No big deal. The crowd was in full swing with the resident DJ serving up some really good mixes of R&B.

Let’s talk about the crowd for a minute. I’ve always been a people watcher, and Amber has some of the most interesting people you will ever see anywhere. The very old mixes with the apparently very young. What they all have in common is the aura of money emanating from their every pore. Designer wear is everywhere, yet people are careless about where they throw their mink coats, and and Luis Vuitton purses. Men in pinstriped suits with cigarette pant tailoring. Russian fur hats with designer dresses and six inch leather, fur, AND suede trimmed boots. Platinum and gold jewelery gleaming in the lighting. Expensive drinks and bottles of champagne piling up on tables. The room was kind of cliquish however, with those who knew each other keeping to themselves. But what to expect from a Yorkville crowd?

As the liquor flowed, and the dancing continued so did the number of items I kept finding on the floor. Wallets, silk scarves, bracelets, cell phones, PDA’s, furs. I found several items left behind in bathroom stalls. One of my friends who I met up with, unknowingly lost or misplaced her cell phone 3 times and I returned it to her with much ado each time. It became a game to my friend and I to see who could find the most stuff. We returned them all periodically after asking around the room, and were rewarded with drinks and thank yous from the intoxicated recipients.

Back to the music. Liberating. The DJ’s cache included music from every decade back to the 70’s, and he mixed it all in well. One could not help but to either get up and dance or to keep dancing, including my friend and I.

And dancing the revelers did. We left Amber with the party still going strong at 0400hrs. Strangely, on our way out everyone seemed to ask the same question, “oh are you leaving?”.

Apparently there would no longer be anyone around who cared enough to make sure they didn’t leave anything behind… *smile*.

Scale of 0-10 (10 being the best)
Music – 91/2 People – 8 Ambiance – 8 Love factor -7

December 31, 2006 Posted by | Clubs, Reviews, Toronto, Toronto Lounges, Toronto Nightclubs, Toronto Reviews, Uncategorized | , , | Leave a comment

Muzik – Oct 21st, 2006

15 Saskatchewan Road

www.muzikclubs.com

Muzik has been built in the former Horticultural Building and boasts of new and innovative design while still retaining it’s 1907 demeanour. A venue located on the exhibition grounds that serves as a nightclub on Saturdays is an ambitious adventure. How is this space going to fare in the dead of winter? Even more of a feat is Muzik’s ability to draw so many youngish, trendy, and monied people to it’s mammoth realm.

We gained entry to Muzik after uncharacteristically standing in 9 degree Celsius weather for over 15 minutes. It was the Fashion Week closing night party, and we had arrived late. The lovely Kirstie, the “go to” girl for VIP tables, managed to guide us in after we had made her acquaintance.

The cost of admittance was $20.00. Muzik recommends that you pre-book a VIP area to have the best party experience. Once you are actually inside of the club proper, you can observe that there are many VIP areas, all with a view of the patrons who are not doing the VIP routine.

There were so many people at Muzik for this closing night party that it appeared as though it was packed to capacity. The place looked like there were at least two thousand people in there give or take a hundred. Ironically, the extremely high ceilings also gave it a look of empty expanse. The dance floor, or dance area in the middle of the room took a while to get to and that was for shuffling room only. The VIP areas in the back of the club felt like they were a different entity all together. They were exhausting to find, and then even more exhausting to try and enter one of the rooms to meet with a group of our friends. We were rejected by the goon assigned to “protect” the VIP area with the excuse that the area was” full”. Our friends pleaded with him to let us in, but to no avail.

We made our journey back to the front VIP area where we had some other friends. We got in there without a hitch. The view was also good to see those who were actually coming in the club, so that you could invite them up for a drink. Once situated, we were actually able to enjoy the fabulous garage house music emanating from the speakers. The sound system at Muzik is incredible. It would have to be for such a large space.

Later on a bouncer goon showed up to guard entry to our VIP area. A few tipsy people in our immediate area where using the club decorations for props, and the goon promptly grabbed them out of their hands. What was with the hired help? They were taking their jobs way too seriously.

We temporarily left our VIP area to check out the bar scene. Getting a drink in Muzik requires patience if you wait at one of the two well-appointed bars, it also typically requires a lot of money. As for the washroom situation for the girls, it’s not too bad with about 10 or so stalls. Nevertheless a line up persisted.

Overall, Muzik is a mature rave party experience in a more sophisticated setting. If that’s what you are looking for, then you will not be disappointed.

Scale of 0-10 (10 being the best)
Music – 8 People – 71/2 Ambiance – 8 Love factor – 7

October 23, 2006 Posted by | Clubs, L' Oreal Fashion Week Fall 2006, L’Oréal, Reviews, Toronto, Toronto Lounges, Toronto Nightclubs, Toronto Reviews | , , , , | Leave a comment