When The Addisons are away, Toronto’s finest shall play.
A totally new concept to Toronto, the former C Lounge has been transformed into a refined house you can call home for a few hours.
From catching the game after work to listening to a live band on Friday nights, The Addisons’ +25 crowd, advanced mixology program, and wide beer selection make it the perfect city escape – no matter when you need it (hours are Wed-Fri 5pm-late and Sat 7pm-late). Though make sure to stick around on Fridays and Saturdays if you’re looking for a real party atmosphere.
And since everyone knows that nothing compares to the vibe a great house offers, especially one that’s inspired by a retro Beverly Hills home, The Addisons is definitely worth swinging by.
With no visible signage from the exterior aside from a street address, the interior of 456 Wellington is virtually unrecognizable as it resembles more of a home we all wish we lived in than the nightclub it was for almost a decade.
Now divided into rooms – a kitchen, a living room, and a rec room – it’s complete with residential-like décor (thanks to Lisa Ho), fully stocked bookshelves, and a relaxed energy.
If the conversation’s lacking – or you need to break the ice on a first date – you’ll find no shortage of board games in a living room, while the fully-loaded rec room offers table hockey, foosball, a shuffleboard, retro Arcade games, and flat screen TVs for catching NHL and NBA games.
Other highlights include an area for live music (those Friday nights we mentioned) and elevated bar food from the beloved Food Dudes.
While the space is already amazing right now, it’s only going to get better once the massive (think: 5000 sq. ft.) outdoor “backyard” area opens.
One thing’s for sure: The Addisons definitely know how to play host.
And we think it’s about time you stopped by to find out…