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    Downtown: Downtown

    by VTShounen Updated Jun 1, 2003

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    This is where all the afterhours clubs are (and in general a greater diversity of clientele). That perhaps is the only unique draw to downtown. Though there are lots of other, more main-stream, night spots downtown, their popularity and concentration nowhere near matches Whyte Avenue or West Edmonton Mall.

    To give you a sense of diversity of places, here's my attempt at an exhaustive listing of the night spots (excluding bars in hotels) in downtown, from east to west:

    -Donna's (lounge, Canada Place 100 St - 101A Ave)
    -Sherlock Holmes (pub, 100A St - 101A Ave)
    -Four Rooms (restaurant with live music, Edmonton City Centre East, 100A St - 102 Ave)
    -New City Likwid Lounge (dance club, 101 St - Jasper Ave)
    -Baccarat (casino, 101 St - 104 Ave)
    -Y (afterhours club, 102 St - 100 Ave)
    -Crystal (R&B/Hip Hop, 104 St - Jasper Ave)
    -Sublime (afterhours club, 104 St - 102 Ave)
    -Mezza Luna (Latin club, 104 St - 102 Ave)
    -Fly Bar (lounge, 104 St - 103 Ave)
    -Roost (gay club, 104 St - 104 Ave)
    -Chez Pierre (strip club, 105 St - 100 Ave)
    -Climaxx (afterhours club, 105 St - 100 Ave)
    -Halo (dance club, 105 St - Jasper Ave)
    -Metro Billiard Cafe (pool hall, 106 St - 103 Ave)
    -Boots and Saddles (gay bar, 106 St - 102 Ave)
    -Secrets (lesbian bar, 107 St - 103 Ave)
    -Caliente (Latin club, 108 St - Jasper Ave)
    -Martini (lounge, 109 St - 100 Ave)
    -Globe (bar/club, 109 St - Jasper Ave)
    -Ceili's (Celtic pub, 109 St - 104 Ave)
    -Overtime (sports bar, 110 St - 103 Ave)
    -Stonehouse (pub/bar, 111 St - Jasper Ave)
    -Majestic (dance club, 112 St - Jasper Ave)
    -Sidetrack Cafe (bar/restaurant famous for its live music, 112 St - 104 Ave)
    More choices and variety, though sparser, as you head west into Oliver and then north on 124 St.

    Dress Code: Definitely depends on where you go, but again, dress code is usully pretty lax (except for the Latin clubs).

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