A new destination for late-night bites, drinks, and entertainment called The HARTLY has opened its doors on King St West. With cozy mood lighting and fun performances all evening long, this sounds like the ideal place to be on a cold winter night.

The drink menu features cocktails with eccentric names like Umami Cesar, Matcha White Rabbit, and Thousand Paper Cranes.

The cuisine is described as Latin-Asian fusion, with a variety of cold and hot share plates, salads, and mains to choose from.

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As for entertainment, some of the acts you can expect include live music performances, burlesque, and DJs. The decor is entertaining in and of itself, with cube-shaped lights, mirrored walls, and a pink elephant next to the stage.

The HARTLY also offers bottle service if you want to make your night extra special, or you could rent out the whole venue for a holiday event.

There are so many unique dining destinations popping up around the GTA. A new Zodiac-themed restaurant and lounge just opened up near Toronto with different menus based on your sign.


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A new multisensory resto-bar that opened on Richmond St just last month feels like a trip to the jungle, not to mention all of the Christmas-themed pop-up bars open for the holiday season in the city right now.

As if Toronto didn’t already have an infinite number of fun places to go on a Friday night, you can now add The HARTLY to your list too!


Where: 619 King St W
When: Monday — Saturday, 6 p.m. — late