This specialty snack nightclub in Toronto's 'Little Portugal' neighborhood serves limited edition and imported snacks alongside its bottle service.
'The Libertine' has a grungy, speakeasy vibe with quirky decorative details like a stuffed peacock and occult-themed door sign. While this nighttime hot spot has been popular for some time now, it has recently added an impressive line-up of hard-to-find junk foods that can be accessed with its bottle service menu. Food items like Fourth of July Oreos, Wasabi-flavored Pringles and hard-to-find Pop Tart flavors grace the tables of in-the-know bar goers. The Libertine also serves unexpected alcohol mix options like Arizona Iced Teas.
This specialty snack nightclub is a great way to distinguish The Libertine from other bars in the city. Millennial consumers are huge fans of hard-to-find food items and are willing to pay more for fun food experiences.
Specialty Snack Nightclubs
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