Toronto’s Most Popular Salsa Clubs

Join our Toronto Latin Dance school today and get started. You will learn to dance salsa, bachata, merengue and cha cha quickly. After a few dance lessons you will be able to show off your new moves at the salsa club and look great doing it!

Try our drop in class for beginners. There’s no commitment to join but we’re pretty sure you will sign up after a single class. We want you to be the best dancer possible which is why we take our time and teach you all the right fundamentals.

Toronto’s only family-friendly escape game. Challenge your team in this unique and interactive adventure.Immerse yourself and solve the mystery of the room within 60 minutes. We can accommodate a variety groups and ages. Airborne Trampoline is a recreational trampoline gym specializing in trampoline classes, birthday parties, day camps,special needs programs and competitive trampolining.

Become a buccaneer with costumes, face paint and pirate names.

All Airborne coaches are Gymnastics Ontario certified in the sport of trampoline. Join our pirate crew to live the adventure & search for sunken treasure! Become a buccaneer with costumes, face paint and pirate names. Sail aboard the 45-foot Island Rogue & live a Pirate’s Life! Established in 1983, Roseneath Theatre is one of the country’s leading producers of award-winning theatre for children and their families.

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Programs include PA Day, March Break and Summer Drama Camps (ages 6–12) as well as a Youth Leadership Program. We have FUN down to a science! Book an amazing Summer Camp, an awesome Birthday Party and an unforgettable Sleepover at the Ontario Science Centre. Closed temporarily as they search for a new home (2016–2017). The Children’s Discovery Museum.

File:El Mocambo Tavern, Toronto.jpgToronto’s only children’s museum, designed by a team of early childhood development experts, specifically for kids aged 0 to 6 years. The Ezone is the ultimate place for your next birthday party or event. We have Whirlyball, Lasertag, Sportscourt, Classic Arcade, Cosmic Mini-Bowling, Video Game Simulators, Billiard Lounge, Indoor Golf and on-site Catering.

The Ezone, where life is all fun and games. Amazing Adventures Playland® is an indoor adventure playland filled with soft play structures, foam ball and cannon arenas, toddler play areas and thrilling arcade games! Our purpose at Amazing Adventures Playland® is to encourage a healthy lifestyle for kids through fun playtime in a safe, comfortable indoor environment.

The playland facilities have been designed to captivate children’s imaginations and to create memorable experiences! At PAMA, kids can nurture their artistic talents and learn about Peel’s history and heritage. PAMA offers a variety of workshops, drop-in studios, and camps suitable for children aged 6–12. New programs are added seasonally.

The Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre, right at the corner of Bloor and Spadina in the Annex, offers a variety of inclusive programs for children and families. From camps and music lessons to dance classes, swimming lessons, and sports academies, there’s something for everyone at the MNjcc! A creative play centre where kids will love being active and creative while learning about the world through engaging art, play & stories. We offer Preschool Classes, Art Classes, Stay and Play, Mall Drop-Off & Shop, and private Birthday Parties with fun themes, art activities and games! Located in Promenade Mall, on the lower level next to Sears.

Perched on top of one of the city’s most popular central hotels, this 18th-floor Park Hyatt bar has been a favourite with Canadian writers, actors and society types for decades. It also has been on Toronto’s nightlife list since the 1940s being only the second bar in the city to receive a liquor license.

Indoor and outdoor spaces allow patrons to enjoy the Roof Lounge in all weather. It’s open daily from noon to 1 a.m., with lunch and light bites in the evening. Perched on top of one of the city’s most popular central hotels, this 18th-floor Park Hyatt bar has been a favourite with Canadian writers, actors and society types for decades.

The newish Delta hotel in Toronto made a splash, defying the high expectations of locals. Their hotel bar, Char No. 5 continues the trend, tucked away so that it is free from the florescent lights of stereotypical hotel lobby. Dark and musky, the bar seems to wrap itself in the qualities of its attributed drink: whisky.

If your experience with whisky has been ho-hum, this is the place to shake things up (or at least place them on the rocks). The diversity of flavour in this grain mash is amazing and you can sip on a grassy or austere blend while nibbling on truffles, the ultimate highbrow pairing. Cheese, poutine and bison tartar continue the theme of elegance through the menu.

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