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Crocodile Rock


240 Adelaide St W
Toronto, ON M5H 1W7

(416) 599-9751
crocrock.ca

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (33 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Acc. Handicapés Ailes de poulet American Average Cost : 25 Bars casual Créole dining Handicap Accessible Late Night new years eve Nightclubs nourriture Pub Reservations Recommended restaurant Ribs rooftop patio Take Away



Hours: Sun 9pm-2am; Wed-Fri 4pm-2am; Sat 7pm-2am
Status: Closes in 26 minutes
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club

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Crocodile Rock offers these services: restaurant.
by ourbis on August 20, 2013 from ourbis

Reviews

GREAT Place!: This place is hilarious to go to, its always a blast! Its for an older crowd and its known for its cougar regulars. The music is great, the people are fun and its always a wild night!
Rated 5 stars by Jenna Lynn on November 30, 2010
Great music, cheap snacks, for 30s to 40s: If you're a 60s or 70s child, this is the place for you for a casual night out of loud 80s / 90s music. Lots of cougars. A bit scary but can be a great time if you bring friends.
Rated 3 stars by maverick on October 21, 2010
Where its cool to be a cougar: Crocodile Rock is happening every time I go in. The place is always full and always good music playing and there is a ton of people there just to hook up or pick up however you wanna call it. <br/><br/>Drinks are cheap and place is fun nothing bad can be said about that place.
Rated 5 stars by Draven992 on October 17, 2010
Cougar Haven: This place has 911 night. Its a nite for firefighters, policeman etc to show up and you would not believe the cougars that go. Def worth your while its hilarious!<br/><br/>Also they serve pitchers - double bonus!
Rated 3 stars by Dizzle on October 04, 2010

Editorial Reviews

There's something sweet about the fact that a club as untrendy and blue-collar as Crocodile Rock can survive in the heart of the entertainment district downtown. It caters to a slightly older crowd, for whom '80s pop will never die.
by frommersca on January 13, 2012 from frommersca
Crocodile Rock, if the name doesn't give it away, should best be avoided unless you're up for a night of drunken revelry with a bunch of 21 years old just looking to get sloshed and pick up. Uh, wait. Oh, yeah, don't expect any decent beer or music here either. But I guess with a name like Crocodile Rock that's not really the point.
Rated 1.5 stars by Staff on May 07, 2011 from blogto

Information from the business

The Best Party Bar In Toronto. $ 3 drinks after work. A great rooftop Patio. DJ and Dancing Nightly. It's Crockin' Good T+ime
by googleplus on November 05, 2013 from googleplus
A Wednesday to Sunday night location with two floors and a rooftop patio, for the 19+ crowd. Crocodile Rock has a bar/restaurant atmosphere, where guest are greeted by friendly staff, and dance to Classic Rock to Retro 80's to current 90's beats. Reservations are recommended, and they have a location in Mississauga: 10 Kingsbrige Garden Circle.
by n49 on April 02, 2011 from n49
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