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Horseshoe Tavern The


368 Queen St W
Toronto, ON M5V 2A2

(416) 598-4753

Rating: out of 5 stars (57 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: 12pm-2am 7 Days a Week
Status: Open
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express

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Horseshoe Tavern The offers these services: night club.
by ourbis on July 28, 2013 from ourbis

Reviews

great shows: great booze, lots of fun people
Rated 4 stars by TheProfessor on January 30, 2012
Greasy Good Times!: This place has AMAZING concert (You can often see really great up and coming bands and it's not too expensive). The place itself is a little dark and grubby but it adds to the atmosphere. Good size for shows!
Rated 4 stars by hollynik on October 14, 2010
Love it!: I love this place! They have GREAT concerts and the venure is a good size. They crowd is always good and the booze is good. It's a little grungey but it is a classic. Come here for as many shows as you can, they ahve the best bands!
Rated 5 stars by Jenna Lynn on September 13, 2010

Editorial Reviews

This "Queen Street landmark" has "been around forever and with good reason", as its "live indie music" showcases bands eager to work the stage where "rock history" has been made by bigger-name local and global acts; the back-room performance space is "dark" and "rough around the edges", while the narrow front tavern hosts an "eclectic" cast of locals who shoot pool and "catch a buzz" courtesy...
by zagat on November 12, 2013 from zagat
Want to discover music's next big thing? Check out who's playing at the Horseshoe, a tavern that's been featuring live acts for 60 years. Local heroes Feist, Broken Social Scene, Metric, Death From Above 1979, and Sloane have all entertained the faithful at this venerable establishment. Tickets for most shows only sell out the day of, so get in line before 9 pm, when the doors open. Inside,...
by concierge on June 21, 2012 from concierge
Since 1947, this much-loved honky-tonk has played a crucial role in Toronto's music community. The country and blues sounds it showcased in the '60s and early '70s gave way to punk and New Wave, while its current booking policy primarily concentrates on modern rock and roots music styles. The Stones had a secret gig here in 1997, and the likes of Los Lobos, Wilco, and local heroes Blue Rodeo...
by frommersca on June 17, 2012 from frommersca
The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern. Legendary isn't an adjective that one just throws around every day, and yet there it sits comfortably in front of one of Toronto's oldest and most beloved bars and live music venues. If you've been to The 'Shoe...actually, let me start that sentence again. If you haven't been to The 'Shoe, what are you waiting for?The bar is steeped in history. Besides the...
Rated 2.8 stars by Eugen Sakhenko on June 14, 2009 from blogto

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The Horseshoe Tavern (known as The Horseshoe or The 'Shoe to Toronto locals) is a concert venue located at 370 Queen Street West (northeast corner of Queen at Spadina) in downtown Toronto, and has been in operation since 1947. Owned by "JC", the venue is a significant part of Canadian musical lore. It is captured in the memories of thousands of concertgoers, and in books such as Have Not Been...
by genieknows on May 04, 2013 from genieknows
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