Cube – Toronto Review

Cube review

Looking for a dazzling place this weekend but also wanting to sit on the patio on a gorgeous summer day in Toronto? Look no further than Cube.

Cube is located on Queen St. West and has one of the most stunning patios there is in the city. Open Saturday’s and Sunday’s Cube caters to a more upscale, mature crowd ready to mingle and sip on fancy cocktails. They also have constant events that you can keep up with on their website, or social media platforms.

Hours

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Tuesday

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Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

10pm - 3am

4pm - 10pm

The atmosphere here is a little more stuck up than other places but is still such a vibe that it doesn’t really matter. The staff is fairly nice here and willing to answer questions if you have any. The drinks here are a little more price wise, but worth it with how good they are.
Dress code is always in full effect each time Cube is open, they are strict and won’t let you in unless you’re in line. Things not to wear: jerseys, satchels, fanny packs, flip-flops, boots and any other random thing that isn’t a nice dress/skirt with heels, or a nice black t-shirt or button up with jeans. 
 
They offer bottle packages that range from $550-$980 depending on what you want, what you like, and how lit you and your friends are trying to get. Cube also has a basic food menu that isn’t super impressive, but if you like to munch on hummus or tortilla chips then it’s perfect for you. 
 
The ratio is roughly 50:50 and attracts people with good vibes. It isn’t a place you would want to go alone, but it also isn’t a place you wouldn’t have to BYOG(bring your own girl). 

In a nutshell, Cube would be a great place to start the night off at with the refreshing air, and beautiful black and gold decor. It’ll be seeing the Nokturnal Group occasional for a pre-drink – or 5.

MUSIC

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DRINK PRICES

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BEST NIGHTS

Saturday & Sunday.

BOTTLE SERVICE

They offer bottle packages that range from $550-$980 depending on what you want, what you like, and how lit you and your friends are trying to get.