Nightclubs and bars in Canada

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    Club Newtown: Manhattan - Every Friday Night!

    by tommypatel Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Lymetyme Entertainment presents “MANHATTAN” – Each and every Friday at Newtown. Come and experience what critics are calling the “Next big thing to hit Montreal since Grand Prix and smoked meat!” THERE IS FINALLY A GREAT REASON TO GO CLUBBING ON A FRIDAY NIGHT! On Friday, August 4, 2006 our promotion team is extremely proud to bring you a party of no other comparison each and every Friday night at one of Montreal's most extravagant hotspots, Newtown! Prepare yourselves as the Lymetyme DJs will take you on a musical journey each and every Friday night giving you the best of the best in R&B, Tasteful Hip-Hop, Classic House – and well...Everything! Newtown – a club which boasts a stunning façade, complemented by a large outdoor rooftop terrace that reveals a gorgeous view of the city, will be your Friday night destination right in the heart of Downtown Montreal :: Club Newtown - 1476 Rue Crescent Street :: ASK ABOUT OUR VIP LIMO PACKAGES which includes a limousine ride to the club, VIP treatment, and a free bottle for you and 7 of your closest friends! An ideal way to celebrate a birthday or to simply just go party in style! Guestlist & Info-Line: (514) 817.1551

    Dress Code: Dresscode In Effect - No Sneakers & No Hats

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    Orchid Nightclub bar and lounge: The very best of Montreal Nightlife

    by dp514 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Orchid nightclub is located at 3556 St-Laurent, corner Prince Arthur in the heart of Downtown Montreal . This venue has been on the top 3 nightclubs by the local reputable Montreal Mirror's "Best of Montreal Readers Poll 2006". Orchid nightclub is located on the Main, right in the Plateau area which is considered to be one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in all of North America. That being said, Orchid attracts some of Montreal's most beautiful crowds. As well, it has been the destination to artists such as 112, Massari, Bruce Willis, Colleen Shannon (Former Playmate 2001), Shaggy and much more.

    It is a confortable sized club that allows intimacy and captures the very best of Montreal's nightlife experience with its capacity of 600 guests. Orchid has an astonishing 50,000 watt sound system that will get you moving and is as well complemented by 5 bars with several lounge & VIP areas. As well, Orchid offers its guests a 5,000 sq. ft dance floor, making it the largest Hip Hop & R'n'B venues in the area.

    There is a 10$ cover charge to enter the club at anytime during the night. However, there is guestlist available that allows you free entrance for you and your friends. However, you must use the guestlist before midnight. For more information/guestlist, contact us at:

    guestlist@dp514.com or Daniel: 514-889-6589 or Phil: 514-583-6423

    *Submissions for guestlist will only be accepted only before 8:30 p.m. via email and before 9:30 p.m. via phone reservation on the night of the event.

    Visit: www.orchidnightclub.com & www.dp514.com

    Dress Code: Orchid has a strict dress code, proper attire is required: no runners, baggy clothing, hats or jerseys.
    Management has the right to refuse admission should a guest not be dressed accordingly.

    Bar staff at Orchid One of the bars Lounge Area Lounge Area The Crowd at Orchid
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    Roy Thompson Hall

    by traveldave Updated Oct 21, 2010

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    Toronto's Roy Thompson Hall opened in 1982 after four years of construction. It was named after a $4,500,000 donation was made by the family of the late Roy Thompson, first Lord Thompson of Fleet, and the founder of the Thompson Corporation publishing empire. The 2,630-seat hall was renovated in 2002. It is the home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, and Toronto International Film Festival gala screenings.

    Due to significant financial losses, in 1984 the trustees expanded the scope of programs offered by Roy Thompson Hall to broaden its audience and increase revenues. Now, in addition to classical music, patrons can attend concerts featuring classical jazz, pop, and world music, as well as dance performances.

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    George Street: George Street, St. John's, Newfoundland

    by jamiesno Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    In keeping with the best around the country I am putting my case forward for St. John's, Newfoundland's George Street as the best nightlife and party spot in all of Canada.

    No joke! I havn't been to Bourbon Street yet but I would suggest it's on par with Bourbon as well or better!

    George Street is packed with literally hundreds of bars, pubs and nightclubs of all varieties and all within a 5 minute stroll from each other at most. They are wall to wall so most are simply walk out one door and walk into another!

    I provided a link to my St. John's page specifically where I have highlighted about 20 of the places on that street but there are many many more.

    Some of my favorites are O'Reilly's Irish Pub, the Sundance and Peddler's. I remember one time going to the Majestic a lot but its changed a lot there now.

    Throughout the summer there are some great festival like the George Street Festival, Halloween is hilarious, St. Paddy's day is great and generally any week from Thursday onward you are good to go!!

    Besides the amazing number of bars the great restaurants are also numerous so if this is what your looking for, have fun on George Street, Canada!!!

    The Start of George Street

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    anywhere under a dark and clear sky: Northen Lights

    by Babcia Written Jul 14, 2008

    You can see the Aurora borealis/northen lights whenever the sky is clear and dark (which is why most people see them in winter), and usually but not always north of about 52° north (that's about Calgary's latitude).
    The best times are in the spring and fall, must have something to do with the earth's position in its' orbit around the sun.
    But the bottom line is that you can't predict where and when they'll appear. They have been seen as far south as Colorado, even Florida, believe it or not. And sometimes there are none for extended periods of time. The phenomenon is not very well understood even by scientists who study such things as earth's magnetosphere and coronal mass ejections. The universe is full of mysteries!!

    By the way, there were some lovely northern lights about two nights ago, visible from Edmonton where I live (53.5°N), and this is July!!!

    A website for you:
    http://spaceweather.com/

    Good luck!!

    Dress Code: dress according to the weather

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    Honestly, the nightlife in Red...

    by jenniferhen Updated Sep 16, 2004

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    Honestly, the nightlife in Red Deer, Alberta is not that great. Maybe it is because I live here?? I do not know but we have a lot of honkey bars and LAME clubs, way to many YOUNG YOUNG kids go and it all about getting wasted. If you want to go and listen to some REAL variety in music and see some awesome dancing...go to downtown Calgary.
    If you are into cheap drinks, we have that!!! Maybe that is why everyone gets so loaded. I am more into hanging out at pubs, we have a few Irish pubs and sports bars, they are great. If you must go out in Red Deer, the bar of choice for variety is County Club.(they do play rock) Beware of the old women though...we call this club, the cougar club....be careful, the lighting is low and the women are old.

    Dress Code: People in Red Deer dress BORING....look at the Gap and dress like that. If you are going to Calgary, anything goes pretty much. Red Deer is still too small I guess, you will see the odd person in a crazy outfit but really...it is too damn cold to dress sleazy for the bar. The cougars usually do though.

    Cougar

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    Spend the night on Little Italy

    by portgrl Written May 31, 2004

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    Little Italy, as it is known, on College Street from Bathurst westward, has cool and sophisticated bars and restaurants. Although the area is probably more accurately described as Little Portugal, it is an area full of European and mediterrean flair.

    College Street West is full of restaurants and bars to check out. Everything can be found here: cafes, lounges, bars, clubs, trattorias, pool halls...the list goes on.
    You can have a good time spending the night on College Street - having dinner, going to a club or simply trying a wonderful ice cream while walking on the street.

    This is a photo from little Italy, during the day, as you can see :) but is the only one that I have...

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    The Casino Windsor

    by traveldave Updated Mar 26, 2004

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    The Casino Windsor offers 100,000 square feet (9,290 square meters) of floor space dedicated to gaming, a four-diamond hotel, live entertainment in its Showtime Lounge, and five restaurants.

    There are more than 100 table games (including baccarat, blackjack, craps, roulette, Spanish 21, Caribbean stud poker, let-it-ride stud poker, and pai gow poker) and 3,000 slot machines.

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    The Gallery Neighborhood Pub: Yellowknife, NWT...The Gallery Neighborhood Pub

    by Cabana_Boy Updated Dec 5, 2003

    First of all, my trip to Yellowknife was one of my most memorable...perhaps because its the farthest North I have ever been, perhaps its those cool polar bear shaped license plates. Whatever the case, a truly good time was had, especially the night we went drinking in the Gallery Neighborhood Pub.

    The scene was crazy, it was like the whole city showed up to drink there. And lets not forget the lovely bartender, Damian, and all those shots of Tequila...

    While stumbling back to the Explorer, I saw one of the most dramtic sunsets in my life. It was 3am and the sun was hanging low on the horizon, but refusing to totally disappear...

    The Gallery Neighborhood Pub in Yellowknife...

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    Playdium: Game till you drop

    by butterflyJas Written Nov 27, 2003

    As I think most nightclubs aren't really good I found Playdium. It's in Metrotown (is also a Skytrain Station) Metrotown is a huge shopping mall and cinema comples which is also the location for a quite big game hall. They have tons of car racing games , Dance Dance Revolution etc. It's really big. It's open till 4am! and it opens at 10am.

    Dress Code: Absolutly no dress code. it's just gaming...

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    BLUNT BROTHERS: Marijuana

    by Thaiinaug Written Apr 25, 2003

    Blunt brothers is like a amsterdam cof. shop withouth the amsterdam and without the somewhat legal pot. You can smoke freely in Blunt Brothers and you can get a nice cup of joe and some pretty good pastries while you take in the smells. Pretty cool place but way over rated in my opinion.

    Dress Code: Whatever

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    Bar/Lounge: Speak Easy on granville

    by Thaiinaug Updated Apr 25, 2003

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    SPEAK EASY GRANVILLE
    Good food and good drinks, nice staff try to sit at bar and be friendly. We got our tab half off and we each had put down at least 120$ CAN in drinks.

    ROXY GRANVILLE
    Meat Market for younger crowed, not that cool but you can get some attention if thats what you want.

    Dress Code: Whatever for Speakeasy.
    Dress nicer for Roxy but not formal.

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    Churchill's Pub: Saint John, New Brunswick - Churchill's Pub

    by Cabana_Boy Written Dec 16, 2002

    Churchill's Pub is situated on the ground floor below Church Street Steakhouse. The decor is trimmed in a dark wood that gives the place a real comfortable feeling or they just had the lights dim and I was more pissed up than I thought.

    Anyway, the night that I was in there, it was just me and a hand full of locals...and I think most of them actually worked there, so, everyone was friendly and talkative. By and large, the mood was very laid back and I wished that I could go back for more pints.

    Churchill's Pub in Saint John, NB.

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    CAPITAL THEATER: ELVIS STORY

    by Simonneeddy Updated Nov 29, 2002

    A renovated theater and hotel on St. Jean St. in Quebec City.
    This show is always sold out so reserve well in advance.
    The best known and only approved imitator of Elvis Presley. He puts on a show like Elvis did. ( see my Quebec, Quebec page for pictures of the show.)

    Dress Code: Normal wear

    Capital Theater

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    The Lunar Rogue: Fredericton, New Brunswick...The Lunar Rogue...

    by Cabana_Boy Written Nov 23, 2002

    This is a great little bar with lots to drink...but best of all, they support the local stuff, Picaroon Brewery. I particularly enjoyed the hell out of the Picaroon's Bitter and would highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys British style ale.

    Also, check out the story that inspired the owner to name his pub The Lunar Rogue. As the story goes a man named Henry More Smith (a.k.a. the Lunar Rogue) was accused of stealing a horse back in 1824, was captured by the Sheriff, Walter Bates, but later escaped. Well, the Sheriff, posted signs offering twenty pounds reward for the re-capture of The Lunar Rogue...but alas the Rogue's spirit only lives on in the pub of his name...

    A pint of Picaroon's Bitter at The Lunar Rogue

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