Nightlife in Langford


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  • Charles Dickens Pub
    Your next meal awaits at Charles Dickens Pub in Sidney. Enjoy wifi here free of cost. Charles Dickens Pub also features a DJ and dancing. Those in a rush are better off dining here during the week, as the restaurant draws a crowd during the weekend. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    2280 Beacon Avenue
    Sidney, BC CA
  • Sidney's Star Cinema
    Eschewing the impersonal aura often present in chain movie theatres, Sidney's Star Cinema remains a steadfastly independent, community-driven outpost for viewing films. A new lineup of moving pictures is presented weekly and includes offerings to sate all manner of cinematic tastes, from blockbuster action flicks to independent documentaries to filmed performances of Russia’s Bolshoi Ballet. The theatre has shown its commitment to the community by starting a film society, which brings movie buffs together for discussion-filled meetings. While the theatre's projectionists currently operate one digital projector, they have recently embarked on an initiative to raise funds for a second projector to keep the first one from getting too lonely.
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    9842 Third Street
    Sidney, BC CA
  • Cinecenta
    Inside its plush, 300-seat theatre, Cinecenta suns the bright stares of students and local film buffs with glowing projections of new, classic, and indie pictures. Ease dorsal ends into a cushion, inhale real butter?s seductive aroma with a medium popcorn (a $3.50 value), and beckon carbonated elixirs to slip up the straw of a medium fountain drink (a $2.15 value) as eyes engage one of a variety of films. Cinecenta's calendar diversifies its silver screen with old school classics, recent box-office wonders, foreign films, and indie darlings. Two tickets (a $15.50 value) enables Groupon holders to invite along a friend, a maybe-more-than friend, or a school of respectful imaginary friends.
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    3800 Finnerty Road
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Oak Bay Beach Hotel (Leisure)
    Oak Bay Beach Hotel sits on the shore of the Pacific Ocean. But it's more than a convenient outpost for beach lovers, though?it's practically a self-sufficient civilization, and a luxurious one at that. Its guest rooms and suites, for instance, all come with flat-screen TVs and heated tile floors in the bathrooms. Further sumptuous accoutrements are found at the house spa, where visitors can relax in aquamarine outdoor baths with sweeping views of Mount Baker or be pampered by registered massage therapists. Meals are an equally grand affair. Guests can choose from several dining options: dinners crafted from fresh, local ingredients in the dining room, homemade treats at the cafe, a wide selection of local and international drinks at the pub, or dinner and a show lit by chandeliers at The David Foster Foundation Theatre, where ticket proceeds go towards assisting families with children awaiting organ transplants.
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    1175 Beach Dr.
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Rendezvous Club
    Rendezvous Club may not have a hidden stock of cupid’s arrows, but it does have its fair share of date cards. While they may not be as whimsical as love-yielding weaponry, club founders Hillary and Chris have found they tend to be just as effective. At some chapters, Rendezvous Club's hosts hand the cards out during speed-dating parties and dinner-dating events that serve three-course meals. Using them, singles can jot down the names, characteristics, and preferred Monopoly game pieces of people they’re interested in meeting again. For those who prefer more organic dating atmospheres, Select locations feature less-structured singles parties and mix-and-mingle events that round up singles and let them converse on their own, aided by complimentary appetizers.
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    535 Yates St
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Hecklers Bar & Grill
    Professional comedians lob punch lines from the stage during weekly comedy nights at Hecklers Bar and Grill. Deep-fried Mars bars sizzle in the kitchen between chuckles or jeers. Seven big-screen TVs and a full food menu keep customers coming back even when stage lights are dark. Wings headline Wednesday nights with more than 50 sauces and flavourings, and waiters also transport mainstays such as beef or veggie burgers topped with bacon, fried eggs, and other fixings. Monthly amateur comedy nights invite would-be wise guys to test out new jokes and homemade Groucho Marx cigars.
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    123 Gorge Rd. E
    Victoria, BC CA

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