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A stunning site to behold, Ole Ole Restaurant & Tequila Wine Bar boasts itself as a trendsetting, chic destination for social dining.

The tapas sized plates of distinct flavours take diners on an endlessly inventive and inspired world tour.

303 King Street West, Toronto, M5V 1J5 416-979-9799 Rated as the best place in Mississauga according to recent Google reviews.

Modern bar with pub fare, over a 100 draft beers to choose from, plus DJs & live music on select nights The Sussex Centre, 50 Burnhamthorpe Rd.

201 City Centre Drive, Mississauga, L5B 4E4 9 Houston Avenue Bar and Grill features upscale urban decor replete with red glass paneling, crimson leather banquettes and chairs, and a fabulous long white quartz bar and table tops.

The sexy ambiance is perfect for our speed dating and Social events.

33 Yonge Street, Toronto, M5E 0A9 416-214-2207 ALT is the balance between modernity, a dynamic and colourful ambience, comfort and well-thought out location, the opposite of your traditional airport hotel.

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Dramatic lighting, high-pattern carpeting, and dark hardwood floors complement the warm, intimate living room atmosphere.

32 Wellington St East, Toronto, M5E 1C6 (416) 862-1999 Ole Ole Restaurant & Tequila Wine Bar is a fashionable King Street East "It-Spot" which once housed the 'Wagner Rosenbaum Gallery'.

Their menu is diverse with cross-cultural offerings including Spanish and Mexican authentic cuisine.

423 College Street, Toronto, M5T 1T1 647-309-0812 Proof the Vodka Bar at the Intercontinental Toronto Yorkville is the perfect lounge for after-work cocktails, light bites and comfortable and sleek social gathering areas.

220 Bloor Street West, Toronto, M5S 1W2 416-324-6645 Signs Restaurant & Bar is conveniently located right near Wellesley Subway station, and near to a City-operated parking lot for convenient and affordable transportation options.

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