Nightlife in Brockville

Up to 52% Off Entertainment Package at 3D Sports

3D Sports

Lowville

$52 $25

OptiGolf simulator with 73 course options; shooting simulator with virtual hunting and target-practice settings

"The Financier (Turcaret)" – Up to 50% Off Comedy

"The Financier (Turcaret)"

Strathcona Park

C$24 C$12

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Loan shark Turcaret and a cast of double-dealers dwell on greed in this masked musical based on Lesage's French comedy

Up to 53% Off Casual Cuisine and Board Gaming

The Loft Board Game Lounge

Ottawa

C$38.26 C$18

Library with more than 700 classic and contemporary board games; seven signature flatbreads and appetizers such as spanikopita and pierogies

Up to 45% Off International Cuisine for Dinner at Fare Blend

Fare Blend

Centretown - Downtown

C$178 C$99

International cuisine and musical offerings fill upscale eatery located inside turn-of-the-century home

Up to 52% Off Sports Bar Food at Stanley’s

Stanley’s

Kanata

C$57 C$29

Casual bar bites such as pulled pork poutine and avocado-bacon burgers served in a laidback setting perfect for watching sports

Up to 40% Off Beer and Appetizers at Hometown Sports and Grill

Hometown Sports and Grill

Ottawa

C$28.23 C$17

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Appetizers with influences from around the globe include lightly seasoned calamari, classic poutine, chicken satay, and two types of nachos

Up to 57% Off Speed Dating from 25dates.com

25dates.com

C$49.99 C$25

Singles gather at a local club or restaurant to partake in 25 three-minute dates or 12 five-minute dates

Yuk Yuk's Ottawa – Up to 50% Off Standup

Yuk Yuk's Ottawa

Yuk Yuk's on Elgin

C$40 C$20

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Comedy club continues its nearly 40-year tradition with a grab bag of humorists and storytellers

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Kingston Rowing Club was founded as a not-for-profit organization in 1978, and operates on the efforts of its volunteer staff. This impassioned group of rowers trains teams for and participates in many regattas each year, and has produced multiple members of the Canadian national rowing team.

Kingston Rowing Club’s coxswains shout orders and spout encouragement to their water-slicing teams of adult and junior rowers. Participants in both recreational and competitive programs row their shells across Inner Harbour, and the club’s prerequisite for either program is the Learn to Row class, which introduces novices to the sport of crew.

1 Cataraqui Street
Kingston,
ON
CA

Time to Laugh Comedy Club has earned a black belt in gut busting by providing well-known and amateur stand-ups from across North America a stage from which to cast their punch lines. December’s rotating lineup sports a cabal of Canadian joke hurlers such as impressionist Mark Walker and observational cannon Mike Harrison, as well as the hard-rocking riffs of musical comic Jay Brown. With seating for more than 200 audience members, the club pleasantly accommodates pairs and clusters of friends determined to break the monotony of hosting monotony nights at home. Time to Laugh is situated in the Hub of Kingston, making it a convenient comedic nightcap after dinner or a business-casual food fight at one of the many neighbouring restaurants.

394 Princess St
Kingston,
ON
CA

Gavin has been working and teaching behind the bar for almost 20 years, making drinks in 14 countries across 5 continents. His experiences inspired him to design and teach programs for home enthusiasts to create cocktails at their own parties, and to train students to secure professionally and financially rewarding positions in the hospitality industry almost immediately after graduation.

As BartenderOne’s CEO, Gavin and his team of professional mixologists and bar chefs helped design a curriculum based on interviews of bar, lounge, club, and banquet-facility owners. The certification courses still teach students to make a number of trendy and classic cocktails, but they emphasize the kinds of customer-service, cash-handling, and break-dancing skills that employers value. Instructors also train their small groups of students outside of a typical classroom environment, giving attendees experience behind an actual bar as opposed to a staged set. Additionally, BartenderOne gives its graduates a leg up by sending weekly emails with new job opportunities.

34 Clarence St
Ottawa,
ON
CA

Slouchy tops, 1950s-inspired dresses, and bohemian-chic rompers stock the racks at Taylrz Joynt, home to the proprietary Taylr Jay line. Spanning two locations, Taylrz Joynt's collection of young, feminine clothing flatters a wide spectrum of body types with shoulder-baring tops and Bohama pants, Taylr Jay's chic update to harem pants and the long-anticipated solution to the problem of transporting bags of goldfish home from the pet store. The store also stocks upscale dresses, such as a flirty pleated cocktail dress in on-trend orange shades. The boutiques donate 5% of all profits to the Hopes and Dreams Foundation.

1200 St Laurent Blvd
Ottawa,
ON
CA

As players sink numbered balls at 14 pool tables, competing in games of 8-ball or 9-ball, others choose to keep a classic sport alive. Though largely forgotten elsewhere, snooker thrives at The Orange Monkey, where six tables challenge newcomers with smaller pockets and deeper strategy. Within the 7,000-square-foot facility, marble pillars and vintage bar signs complement the old-fashioned decor, making the tables feel right at home in their green felt zoot suits. At the bar, pool sharks hunt down drafts of beer and snacks such as breakfast sandwiches, nachos, and hamburgers.

250 City Centre Ave.
Ottawa,
ON
CA

Dooly's Ottawa is a cavernous 18,000 square foot, two-storey entertainment venue, where sports games flicker on 1,500 inches of HD televisions, trendy artwork speckles the walls, and colourful billiard balls are sent soaring across the felt of the 41 pool tables. Bartenders bustle about behind the two bars, pouring pints of draft beer and mixing up cocktails. In between billiards games, friends recline on sleek leather couches, sharing pitchers and platters of juicy wings.

2277 Gladwin Cres
Ottawa,
ON
CA