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EFS unveils a new, 5,000-square-foot nightclub on King West


(Image: EFS/Facebook)

EFS, the new King West club from the owners of Bloke and 4th, opened its Hamptons-style rooftop bar and hookah lounge in July. With patio days drawing to a close, the space has now unveiled an impressive indoor attraction: a 5,000-square-foot nightclub with room for up to 600 party-goers. The new space combines barn board and Edison bulbs with sleek leather banquettes, polished concrete floors and a smattering of colourful pop art. With driving beats, stiletto-clad wait staff and throngs of well-groomed twentysomethings, it should fit right in on King West—and likely divert some clientele from nearby Weslodge and Spice Route.

EFS, 647 King Street West, 416-477-5460, efstoronto.com

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Introducing: EFS, a new rooftop bar and hookah lounge on King West

Introducing: EFS

Name: EFS, short for Everything For Sale
Neighbourhood: King West
Contact Info: 647 King St. W., 416-477-5460, efstoronto.com, @EFS_Toronto
Owners: Michael Ullman, Reza Abedi, Steve Georgiev and Travis Agresti, the same group that runs the nearby supper club Bloke and 4th
Chef: The Food Dudes, a catering company and food truck led by North 44° chef Adrian Niman, who also runs the kitchen at Bloke and 4th

The Place: A 3,000-square-foot rooftop bar, hookah lounge and Hamptons-style deck party with white clapboard walls, manicured hedges and preppy booths in nautical blue, white and red.

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