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Published: October  31, 2014

Reservoir Lounge

Welcome to the Reservoir Lounge, Toronto’s hippest nitespot, located at historic 52 Wellington Street East, right across from the Flatiron Building, slightly below street level, just this side of the wrong side of the tracks.

The Reservoir Lounge, where the atmosphere pleases and the music never ceases, home to some of the city’s most distinctive lounge bands, four nights a week and once on week-ends, a different band and a different sound every single show.

The Reservoir Lounge, where celebrities come to play, and where a young unknown named Michael Buble first made his bones. Prince came in one night, and drank Chablis through a straw. Peter O’Toole sang with the band. So did Tom Jones, who stayed all night.

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Address :

Reservoir Lounge 52 Wellington St E Toronto-Canadá

Phone :

+1 416 9550887

Hours :

Tuesday, Wednesday at 7 PM to 2.00 AM Live Music at 8.45 PM Thursday, 6.30 PM to 2.00 AM Live Music at 7PM and 9.45PM Friday & Saturday, 7.30 PM to 2.00 AM Live Music at 9.45 PM

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Published: October  31, 2014

Reservoir Lounge

Welcome to the Reservoir Lounge, Toronto’s hippest nitespot, located at historic 52 Wellington Street East, right across from the Flatiron Building, slightly below street level, just this side of the wrong side of the tracks.

The Reservoir Lounge, where the atmosphere pleases and the music never ceases, home to some of the city’s most distinctive lounge bands, four nights a week and once on week-ends, a different band and a different sound every single show.

The Reservoir Lounge, where celebrities come to play, and where a young unknown named Michael Buble first made his bones. Prince came in one night, and drank Chablis through a straw. Peter O’Toole sang with the band. So did Tom Jones, who stayed all night.