So since it’s not eleven yet I can reply with more info…
As pointed out earlier The Crest, Breakers, are both pretty nice. As is Solly’s but it’s a bit to the east and requires motorized transportation or a pretty determined bit of shoes…
There’s the Oceanview on 1st with a great view of the harbour but a little more working class than the Crest or Breakers.
Some guy named Rollins’ will log on soon to sell you on the merits of RAIN
The Rupert Hotel has just undergone a bit of a facelift as can be seen by the trolling for poker participants above at Johnny B’s, they have a dance club in the basement that used to be called Bogey’s now goes by the name of the Underground.
There’s the Surf just up the street above Subway for dining and dancing and for the more party hearty crowd looking for an edge (ie: occassional bar brawl) there’s the Moby, though it’s a brave lad or lass that ventures there on occassion.
The Commercial is another working type pub kind of kitty corner to the OV on 1st.
The Belmont on third has the ladies that take off their clothes and there’s the bar that used to be the Drifter but for the life of me I can’t remember the name of it down by five corners, though the amount of police cars that seem to routinely visit probably suggest it’s had a few problems as well.
Soon to come is the Gaming Centre, our mecca of entertainment complete with the usual features and apparently live entertainment…
I thinik I’ve covered the watering holes, might be some I missed I don’t get out much anymore so the youngsters in the crowd should step up and share their impressions.
Cody Bear though portrayed the after 2 am crowd pretty exactly though, it’s akin to an uncontrolled riot some nights down there, so if you’re a tender type best be home before then, or if you’re a party animal then the stockyards open up at closing time and the fun begins anew most Friday and Sat nights.
There’s tons of restaurants with different styles, so someone can give you thumbnail on them.