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Likely drawing inspiration from the wild success of members-only Soho Houses around the world, nightclubs are ditching their gaudy, played-out interiors and remodelling as more comfortable fantasy dwellings. The Addisons Residence, at one time the infamous coke den known as C Lounge, is one of two such spots to open this year. Half nightclub, half house party, it’s styled as a new-money retro California mansion owned by a make-believe family whose smiling portraits grace the walls. Grab a cocktail in the kitchen, shoot some foosball in the rec room and snoop around wherever you please – the Addisons are never home.
Hours Wednesday to Friday 5 pm to close, Saturday 7 pm to close.
Access One step at the entrance, washrooms in the basement.
Set up in the former lodgings of what was by far the wildest theme bar in town, sex club Wicked, Apt 200 is styled as a raging house party with a trap soundtrack but feels like an after-hours with expensive furnishings that haven’t yet been trashed. The apartment concept arrived in Toronto from Montreal and, like the Addisons, seems to be going for a Soho House vibe. Arrive early to shoot some pool, drink a pretty cocktail and look down on Queen West. If arriving late, make sure you’re on the list and bring your party face.
Hours Daily 5 pm to 3 am.
Access Up a flight of stairs to entrance, washrooms on main floor.