We'll start with the bad news. Once a revered spectacle of entertainment, crammed in mostly along Richmond and Adelaide Streets, Clubland used to be the most dense offering of dance clubs in all of North America. At it's height, 90 clubs called the Entertainment District home. Today it has dwindled to under 30. For the party-goers that lived through its debaucherous hey-day, we see your disappointment. For the rest: when compared to other big cities, this is still a lot! If you can avoid the downcast facades of closed down buildings and the saccharine shine of the new bowling alleys, Hooters restaurants, and condominiums, then you'll still find a great place to party until you don't remember where or who you are.
Your best bet is to walk around and see what intrigues you, although there are a few great places like Tryst, This Is London, and Suite 106/Wet Bar that have withstood the pressure to move out to Kings West that continue to deliver a premiere Clubland experience. If a younger crowd of clubbers and a good selection of establishments is your idea of a good night out, then add Clubland to your itinerary!