Guestlist & Information
|LOCATION:||314 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2A2
|DAYS:||Fri. 10 pm – 2 am
Sat. 10am – 2 am
|• No major restrictions • Can dress casual / streetwear • Can dress formally if preferred|
|Fri/Sat: Hip Hop / R&B / Trap|
|• College/Uni crowd
• 19 – 21 years old
• Crowd is dressed casually
- MUSIC 89% 89%
- ATMOSPHERE 94% 94%
- CROWD 78% 78%
- $ VALUE 85% 85%
- MALE TO FEMALE RATIO 53% 53%
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Cube is a medium to large sized club in Toronto that features a large dance floor, large main bar, and booths scattered throughout the venue. Cube has just one floor but has large booths near the entrance and a set of smaller booths on the right when facing the stage. The venue also has more private booth areas located in the back, which is also where the washrooms are located. One of Cube’s greatest features is the large LED display located at the back of the dance-floor which not only illuminates the club but also helps to create a nice setting.
CUBE CLUB REVIEW
Cube generally appeals to a younger crowd, but usually there is a mix of people of all ages up to around 30. Since this club is quite large by king street club standards, it can actually hold a sizable number of people, but it never gets overly packed, and there is always room to order drinks from the bar. Usually the DJs are Cube tend to spin Top 40 with a mix of Hip-Hop, Rap, throwbacks and sometimes EDM remixes. Cube is ultimately a hit or miss venue, some nights it gets busy right away, others nights it takes time for it to get lit. Cube also typically attracts a very diverse crowd, and doesn’t really appeal to any particular demographic, and that is where this venue really falls short. Since it aims to appeal to everyone, it doesn’t provide anything unique to the table. Overall we consider this club okay and is worth checking out so you can decide for yourself at the very least. However, it isn’t a club we highly recommend, especially since the location is somewhat far from King Street’s main strip, meaning you don’t have the option to club hop if you want to.
∙ Nicely sized venue
∙ Well designed interior
∙ Music appeals to everyone
∙ Doesn’t always pop off
∙ Sometimes has an obnoxious drunk crowd
∙ Far away from other clubs
∙ Show up before 11:15PM to avoid waiting in line
∙ Ladies are free before 11:30PM
∙ Reduced cover of $15 with guestlist for everyone before 12:00AM
∙ This is a stamped re-entry venue
CUBE GENERAL INFORMATION
The capacity of the Cube is approximately 350-450 people, and is considered a large venue. There is usually a guestlist line which sometimes gets busy early on in the night that can take forever if you don’t have a booth, or if you’re late. Coat check is available at this club for $3-4. Drink prices start around $8+ for mixed drinks, $8+ for beer and somewhere between $8-10 for shots. The club has just one main floor with a large dance-floor, stage, and a few large VIP booths with comfortable couches on the left. There are also several smaller booths which are located large and open dance floor, and the second floor which has its own small bar, lounge, and the club’s bathrooms.
Cube is located on Queen Street West, about one block east from Spadina Ave, right near Toronto’s Chinatown. The venue is located North-East of the main King Street clubbing strip, about a 5-10 minute Uber/Lyft/Taxi ride away.
CUBE AGE LIMIT
You must be 19+ to enter Cube on a normal club night, no exceptions are made.
CUBE DRESS CODE
The dress code is fashionable, and as long as you are dressed nicely, you shouldn’t be any problems getting in. Bags are not allowed, however women are allowed to bring in purses. Men are not allowed to dress in sportswear, baggy clothing, boots, wear hats, or bring side-bags.
CUBE COVER CHARGE
Cover charge for Cube is typically $20, while ladies can get free entry to the club before 11:30PM with guestlist, and cover drops to $15 with guestlist for everyone before 12:00AM.
CUBE GUESTLIST GUIDE
We suggest you sign up for Cube’s guestlist ahead of time to ensure you’re able to get into the club. Since cover charge still applies regardless of guestlist past 11:30 PM for ladies, we suggest you to aim to arrive for 11:10PM at the absolute latest, since on busier nights a line will form as early as 10:50PM. Once you arrive at the club simply tell the door person what guestlist you’re under, check-in, get stamped, and head in to start your night.
CUBE BOOTH AND BOTTLE SERVICE
Bottle prices typically range from $220 – $450 on average for mid range liquor bottles, higher end bottles are available which will cost upwards of $600+ a bottle. If you’re looking to check out Cube, simply sign up for guestlist or bottle service and one of our staff will help guide you further on your best options for bottle service.