Nuit Blanche Toronto is this Saturday, October 3! This free event offers lots of neat art exhibits throughout the downtown area, and accessibility tends to be fairly good. If you're wandering around the streets and need a place to get warm or refuel, check out our list of accessible places that are nearby Nuit Blanche exhibits: 1 - Amsterdam Brewhouse. This year's Nuit Blanche features The Work of Wind exhibit, located along the waterfront. Amsterdam Brewhouse offers a great beer menu and plenty of space to get warm after taking in the sights.
2 - Cosmic Treats. Located in Kensington Market, this brand new vegan cafe is nearby lots of independent exhibits scattered throughout the area.
3 - Bedford Academy. Cozy atmosphere and a great drinks menu. Stop here on your way from Queen's Park to Bloor West.
4 - Museum Tavern. Another great option in the Yonge/Bloor area and located near lots of independent exhibits. Check out their elevator access and yummy dinner menu.
5 - Pizzeria Libretto. With lots of exhibits located along Front Street this year, the University location of Pizzeria Libretto is a good choice for dinner before heading out to explore. We highly recommend the cremini mushroom pizza!
6 - R&D. The decor in this place could fit in nicely with many of the Nuit Blanche exhibits. Located on Spadina between Queen and Dundas, R&D puts you close by to many of the sights around the neighbourhood.
7 - Ferro. This year is the 10th year of Nuit Blanche, and an exhibit called 10 for 10th offers a trip down memory lane. For those looking to stay away from the crowds, part of the 10 for 10th exhibit is located at Wychwood Barns. Ferro is your best bet for an accessible dinner or drinks meet-up nearby.
8 - Pogue Mahone. With many of the HTUOS/HTRON exhibits located within Queen's Park, you might be looking for something nearby to offer a rest and a beverage. Located a short distance away on College, check out this Irish Pub for delicious fish and chips and a large beer menu.