EFS (Everything's For Sale), Toronto's newest nightclub from the owners of Bloke & 4th, officially opens today. The upscale 5,000-square-foot space has the capacity to accommodate up to 600 guests. EFS launched its rooftop patio earlier this summer, which will remain open to the club's guests.
Featuring pop-art from Canadian street artist DENIAL, Yabu Pushelberg designed EFS's main floor club space with hundreds of exposed light bulbs fixed to the ceiling, reclaimed wood, antiqued steel and large mirrors.
"Both Bloke & 4th and the EFS rooftop patio are known for offering the best in music, drink and company," said Michael Ullman, co-owner of EFS and John Doe Group, in a release. "We felt that the launch of the rooftop ahead of the main space was the perfect way to start the party at EFS. As summer ends we are excited to be launching a polished space with the new EFS club to host Torontonians who love to have a good time."
EFS is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10pm to 3am. Bottle service can be reserved by calling 416-477-5460.
· Introducing: EFS, a new rooftop bar and hookah lounge on King West [Toronto Life]
· Bloke & 4th wants to break King West stereotypes [The Grid]
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