Girls Night Out in Vancouver

Things to Do, What's New — By Natasha John on November 24, 2011 at 7:31 pm

It’s Saturday night and it’s time to leave the boys at home, put on your dancing shoes and head out for a fun night out on the town with the girls. In Vancouver, creating the perfect girls night is an easy feat. Start the night off by grabbing a drink and a few oysters at Rodney’s Oyster House. If you get there before 6pm, you can take advantage of their Low-Tide specials.

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After you’ve got the ball rolling, a cab ride into Gastown for dinner at the Pourhouse will make sure that your feet are saved for dancing later. The Pourhouse will satisfy those indulgent cravings and give you the fuel you need to break out a sweat on the dance floor. Everyone knows that getting to the club early is a definite no-no, so kill some time and whisk yourselves over to the Keefer Bar. Their beautifully crafted and unique craft cocktails will go down like candy, and the vibe of the place will temporarily transport you to New York City.

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As you’re in the area, Fortune Sound Club is just a block away and is perfect for busting a move. Another fun option is jumping in a cab from the Keefer and going to the Waldorf to hang out in the Tiki room where oldies blast from the speakers and everyone gets a little footloose. Should you and the girls prefer to dance to Top 40 beats, Bar None in Yaletown pounds out all the familiar tracks so that you can sing and dance along to them for the night. And, did we mention how close you are to Fritz Fries, Vancouver’s most sought after late-night poutine spot?


Tags: Bar None, Fortune Soundclub, Girls Night, oysters, Rodney's Oyster House, The Keefer Bar, The Pourhouse