Roxy, the, Vancouver

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932 Granville Street, Vancouver 604-331-7999

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    Dancing at the Roxy
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    The Roxy on Granville
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    Roxy, the: bad treatment of customer.

    by JesseA2 Written Jun 25, 2013

    Vary Poor rating from me this was my second time at the Roxy, I was at the Roxy for no more then 30 mins, I walk in pay my $13.00 cover head to the back bar drink jug of beer sharing with some woman then go buy there friends some shots I go to say hi to the security guy because I'm a friendly guy who has also worked in the same business and he's in such a bad mood he takes it out on a paying customer the douche bags name is Beige, I was forced out for nothing and they charged me $200 on my Visa for things I did not order and stole from bag that should have been safe in coat check.

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    Roxy, The: Most popular nightclub in town

    by VDElvis Updated Jan 17, 2007

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    If you want to go to the most populer nightclub in town, go to The Roxy. It's really busy every night, and packed to the rafters on fridays on saturdays. If you want to get in without waiting in a huge, long lineup (possibly for hours), get there before 9:00 on fridays and saturdays. Cover will run you about $10, and drinks will all be $5 or more. Everyone seems to go there, whether they're 19 years old up to 40. There is live music every night.

    Dress Code: No dress code; dress ranges from casual jeans and t-shirts to more fancy stuff.

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  • The Roxy: get dancing

    by arasnosliw Written May 12, 2004

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    Roxy's flashy red awning is hard to miss

    The Roxy is a fun nightclub in Vancouver. It appeals to an older crowd. Live bands play here, and the house band is pretty good. The crowd loves to dance. It's not really your sleazy bump n' grind type scene, from what I've experienced. People know how to dance well.

    "Vancover's top bar/club is The Roxy (Granville Ave.). It's not fancy and even a tad rustic. But it's long been the city's top nightlife spot because, frankly, it's just a kickass rock and roll club. The Roxy often features top Canadian bands as well as hot local acts. People pack the place nearly every night and go there to get crazy. Casual dress is welcome." (quote from: http://www.pubclub.com/pacificnw/vancouverclubs.htm)

    Sunday - Thursday: 7:00PM - 2:00AM
    Friday & Saturday: 7:00PM - 4:00AM

    photo courtesy of: http://www.vancouver-english-club.com/vsp-january/

    Dress Code: casual/dress-casual

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    The Roxy: Fun club

    by nigelw6443 Updated Aug 6, 2003

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    The Roxy on Granville

    The Roxy is one of the most popular of Vancouvers clubs.

    Get there early to avoid the line up.

    Good nights are monday and tuesdays as these are the nights when the bar staff from other pubs and clubs get in there!

    The house band are pretty good too!

    Dress Code: Casual

    Related to:
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    The Roxy: Clubbing, drinking, and all sorts...

    by MDH Written May 2, 2003
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    The Roxy is one of Granville St's most well known club venues. It's a place where you can have yourself a drink, socialize, dance, and watch live music acts. This place can be especially crowded on weekend nights.

    Dress Code: None that I know of. Just dress nice, have fun, don't get too rowdy.

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    The Roxy Vancouver

    by hotshot0428 Updated Sep 23, 2002

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    There is an entrance fee of $8.00 per person. Please bring your ID. Come early to avoid long line up especially in the weekends.
    If you like live music this is the place to be. You can listen to the music or you can also dance in the dance floors.

    Dress Code: No running shoe allows.

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