Set under the dome of the former Horticultural Building of Toronto’s Exhibition Place, Muzik continues to nurture Toronto’s most exotic-looking specimens. With nine bars splayed over 41,000-square-feet, it can hold up to 3,000 entwined bodies dancing to epic club anthems. It’s a climate they appear to thrive in – often genetically-blessed, there’s an abundance of glossy hair, pearly white teeth and taut bodies poured into teeny-tiny dresses.
Built in 1907, the building has a stunning 60-foot high glass dome that acts as the nucleus of this party labyrinth. Leather sofas suites are separated by diaphanous curtains and hanging crystals for easy osmosis. The bars are decked with elegant floral arrangements and giant palm fronds under ceilings festooned with fabric.
Better still, in the summer months the party moves outside to the garden and swimming pool. It’s at the edge of the city-centre so a taxi is advisable, as is booking a booth well in advance.