The Toronto outpost of Soho House is in a three-story, 1830s Georgian building—referred to by locals as the Bishop’s Block—and perfectly embodies the intimate, clubby vibe for which the Soho House group is best known. It’s conveniently adjacent to the Shangri-La Hotel, and members can use the luxurious pool and gym facilities next door—if they can peel themselves away from the warm familiarity of the clubhouse. The interior is eclectic but sophisticated: The cool-mint drawing room is punctuated with overstuffed sofas, a roaring fireplace, and wood paneling—it’s the perfect spot to tuck in for an afternoon.

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