It’s time to shake up your next night on the town. Instead of hitting up your usual bar, why not try something new? There are some incredible vinyl-listening bars in Toronto meaning you can check out some new tunes, sip on a drink and experience a more intimate night out.

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This new vinyl-listening bar in the city’s west end describes its listening experience as “providing guests with a blanket of sound so crispy you can almost taste it.”

Wow – we’re sold! Order some cocktails and drift away.

Where: Sounds Good, 1756 Dundas St W

The Little Jerry 

If you love wine and good vibes, this is the place.

The Little Jerry calls itself a casual neighbourhood wine/beer/cider bar and restaurant with a high-fidelity sound system designed for playing vinyl records – the perfect place to post up with your friends on the weekend.

Where: The Little Jerry, 418 College St


Kissa is not only stunning but it’s located right downtown and has an amazing vinyl-listening room.

The Listening Bar is located on the Kissa main floor and “takes focus on the charm of vinyl records, bringing back the legendary classics from the 80s, 90s and early 2000s.”

Where: Kissa, 619 King St W

915 Dupont 

915 Dupont is as cool as it gets and if you want to relax to the sounds of vinyl records then head here on a Sunday.

Sunday’s at 915 Dupont are a weekly tradition where guests can bring their own vinyls! If you can’t make it on a Sunday, no worries, vinyls are spinnin’ every other day of the week too.

Where: 915 Dupont, 915 Dupont St


It’s all in the name! Get ready to boogie to some vinyl records at this Queen West bar.

According to its website, “Boogie is a common place where locals and audio enthusiasts come to hang out and listen to artists that spin music they have curated on both digital and vinyl.”

“Boogie’s food is fresh, drinks are stiff, and the music is always on.” Yep! We’re there.

Where: Boogie, 1188 Queen St W

Which one of these vinyl-listening bars are you checking out first, Toronto?