Love Child Social

69 Bathurst St Toronto

Nightlife in Toronto/Love Child Social
The Budget Savvy Travelers
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Audrey and Harry Lesner, otherwise known as The Budget Savvy Travelers, are full-time travelers and digital nomads. Born and raised in Chicago, their passion to show others how to break free without breaking the budget. They are the proud winners of the 2019 Top Budget Travel Blog.

Love Child Social

Located in the heart of Toronto's trendy King West neighborhood, Love Child Social is a community hub where hustle meets social. The 7,500 square-foot space offers guests the opportunity to collaborate, connect, and get creative—together. This unique concept makes it one of the city's top picks for nightlife, especially for the younger, twentysomething crowd.

"All hustlers need some time to unwind and we're your perfect weekend spot." - Love Child Social

What to Expect

Influencers and bloggers have ranked Love Child Social as one of the most Instagrammable cafes in Toronto. This is due to their signature, eye-catching decor—a graffiti heart wall, sleek furniture, colorful staircase, and neon signs. During the day, Love Child Social offers an inspiring space where people can come together to meet new people and work creatively. Guests can take advantage of the onsite cafe featuring healthy lunch options, homemade cakes, pastries, and artisanal coffees. However, this isn't your typical office space. This is because as night falls, Love Child Social turns into a 21 and over nightclub with drink specials, live music events, and DJs mixing the hottest tracks. Guests appreciate the stocked bar, music variety, and free Wi-Fi.

Games Lounge

One of guests' favorite areas is the Game Lounge in Love Child Social. This casual space offers an opportunity to relax and decompress by playing classic board games, beer pong, and cards. This section of the lounge opens at 8 p.m.

Wellness Workshops

Love Child Social believes that our tech-obsessed lives are a cause for stress and anxiety. To help the community find a sense of work-life balance, a series of meditation, mindfulness, yoga, and fitness classes are offered.

Toronto's co-working space that's also a nightclub

Cover photo by Clem Onojeghuo is made available on Unsplash.

Nightlife in Toronto

Love Child Social

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