Blind Tiger – Toronto Review

Blind Tiger

Looking for a place you can dance some salsa at but also hear some new reggaeton songs? Blind Tigerhas exactly what you’re looking for.

Close enough to King Street, Blind Tiger is located on College close to some bars, clubs, and restaurants which makes it the hot spot to hit up after.

 

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10pm - 3am

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10pm - 3am

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Blind Tiger has extremely nice bouncers and staff. They were knowledgable about the club scene in Toronto and weren’t too bias. Inside the club is a little different as no one really interacted with each other and stayed to their own groups. Blind Tiger is a Latin club, so if you’re looking for that, this is the place. There weren’t many people who weren’t Latino here.

The music was a mix of old and new reggaeton, and salsa music. There was Cuban music, Colombian music, Mexican music, etc giving it a nice inclusive vibe to the clientele. The male: female ratio was about 60:40 in favor of men, but everyone stuck to doing their own thing.

The age range was roughly 23-30 here, and everyone dressed up. No dressed code, but it didn’t seem that anyone wanted to slack when it came to fashion here. Everyone dressed up, lots of women in high heels, and men in button-up shirts. Bottles are available and package prices vary according to which day you’re there.

Drinks were reasonably priced, and somedays they have specials, so check out their Instagram to keep updated with specials for the weekend. Cover can range from $10-20, and ladies get in free before 11pm on most days. The bouncers weren’t extremely strict with that as they let us in with no problem.

Blind Tiger wouldn’t be a place to go to meet new people or have a fun night interacting with others. If you go here, check out what music will be played, and make sure you go with a good group of people or else it won’t be great.

All in all a decent place, but not a favorite for The Nokturnal Group as there are better places but we wouldn’t mind going for a special event.

MUSIC

The music was a mix of old and new reggaeton, and salsa music. There was Cuban music, Colombian music, Mexican music, etc giving it a nice inclusive vibe to the clientele. 

DRINK PRICES

Drinks are reasonably priced, and some days they have specials, so check out their Instagram to keep updated with specials for the weekend. 

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