Cure club Review

Cure Club review

Some clubs think they are the best in the city. Of course, not all can be. We sought out Cure to see if it was exactly that, the cure to the nightlife. 

Cure is one of those places you go and you’re just kinda like, “okkkkkkkkk,” as your eyes scan over the scene looking for something to catch your eye but nothing really does. Not to knock the club, it’s nice enough on the inside but it just doesn’t stand out from any other one. 

Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Closed

11pm - 3am

Closed

Closed

11pm - 3am

11pm - 4am

11pm - 3am

The staff are sarcastic, which in some cases can be funny – or irritating. It costs $20 to get in, and is open Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. They have events that can be seen on their website or their Instagram to keep you updated. They also have extended club hours on Saturday so you can keep on partying till 4am.
The music is a mix of hip-hop and top 40 with occasional throwbacks in the mix, and the DJ’s are usually pretty good. People dance here and have a good time, which keeps the atmosphere light yet exciting.
The clothing style here is a range from t-shirts, to button-ups, leather jackets or athletic sweaters. Ladies wore more trendy outfits that included jean jackets, shorts, dresses, and the occasional pair of camo pants. 
 
Drinks are strong and about the same price as other places on King West($10-25 depending on what you get). Bottle service could enhance this experience if you’re out with a big group of friends looking to have a lot of drinks, it would make sense to hop in a booth. 
 
A lot of the people were open and happy to be there, but some weren’t – to each their own. This is a good spot to hit if you’re in with the younger crowd, 19-25 was the majority of the mix. 
 

It’s a fair club, but nothing too exciting or extraordinary. The Nokturnal Group will probably pass by and say hi on our way to a different club in Toronto. There are much better ones to experience!

MUSIC

The music is a mix of hip-hop and top 40 with occasional throwbacks in the mix, and the DJ’s are usually pretty good. People dance here and have a good time, which keeps the atmosphere light yet exciting.

DRINK PRICES

Drinks are strong and about the same price as other places on King West($10-25 depending on what you get).

BEST NIGHTS

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BOTTLE SERVICE

Bottle service could enhance this experience if you’re out with a big group of friends looking to have a lot of drinks, it would make sense to hop in a booth.