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The space got updated and on Friday April 20th 2012 Velvet Club & Lounge opened its doors. While there is a bar and booths on both levels, a wide open dance floor is the center of the downstairs area.
Multicolored lights flash over the dance floor and a huge disco ball hovers above it.
I assume it's gay-friendly there still, though, JHikka? Jeddy, where the place we all went for coffee after the Hilton public hearing? I do, at least, support Canadian companies: Tim Hortons and Second Cup. I'm really surprised that we do not have a gay magazine or gay guide etc. hmmm even locals do not always know of all the hot spots .. : DThe one in Moncton was called Triangles when I worked there.
I remember (learned this on SSP) that Halifax's pride parade is a huge deal, especially for a city it's size. That was a nice place are the gay clubs in halifax? I can't remember much about the area, except that it was in a basement. To your left was the dance floor/back bar, with a couple of seating areas.
: D You need the gay-friendly book stores, cafes, sports teams, etc. But that takes critical mass of community.:previous: Assuming you want to meet club people. Basically the new generation feels welcome anywhere in SJ, so they weren't able to survive as just a gay bar. But all in all, if that is the real reason, then I'd say it says good for the Saint John bar scene in general. I do, at least, support Canadian companies: Tim Hortons and Second Cup. I find Starbucks hard to sit in and hang out, though. I don't know if you've been to Rocket but that coffee place is getting a lot of great praise ...
There are churches that have floats in Halifax's pride parade. Another reason why it's so large is because of the large number of gays from New Brunswick and PEI that travel to Halifax to support the event. But it also has sex toys, and a lot of them scare me. I find Starbucks hard to sit in and hang out, though. John's section already know, Jeddy1989 thought it was ridiculous that St. We already have a bunch of family members and close friends coming - but it's a public event too. In case you don't have Facebook: Date: May 16, 2013 Time: 7 p.m. Club V reminds me of the Zone after-hours back in the 90s - a slim majority of the clientele is straight, but the music is pretty fabulous and you see lots of guys dancing together. There are very few places you can go where you don't feel surrounded by gay people downtown - except, perhaps, Dusk and Sirens.we have a very long history of gay night life in St.John's, I'll post some pics from the older clubs in the past :) we had a gay club in the 60s when the only other ones in Canada existed in Montreal and Vancouver or something like that .. I can get pics from the clubs in the 70s, I actually just saw some today online (a friend showed me)It's unfortunate to see the club go in Saint John. Another one would be coffee maters and coffee and company is nice too..As a "~straight acting~" member of the LGBT, going to the LGBT-targeted bars makes things a lot easier, whereas when you go to a "regular" bar, you have to sort of "announce" yourself in order to meet anybody because everybody would otherwise think you're straight. As a "~straight acting~" member of the LGBT, going to the LGBT-targeted bars makes things a lot easier, whereas when you go to a "regular" bar, you have to sort of "announce" yourself in order to meet anybody because everybody would otherwise think you're straight. Jeddy, where the place we all went for coffee after the Hilton public hearing? OH and the sprout which is a vegetarian restaurant.yeah even if you can go anywhere you still need a watering ground where to meet others even if it's just one club:previous: Assuming you want to meet club people. we have a lot of that stuff too :) if you walk around DT you might see stores and restaurants with the pride flag sticker and of course there are a few hotspot cafes I don't follow the bar scene period (Don't drink and too much of an introvert to go out), but as for the Saint John bar that closed/is closing, they cited the reasons as "The bar culture in Saint John is too accommodating". but she refuses to shop there because of the way the company pushed out and then treated the Horton family.:haha: True. there's another food place on Duckworth that has the pride stuff in the window too.