Service is usually hit or miss. The Roxy does not disappoint - 70s and 80s classic rock, 90s alt and various bands, plus only the best pop of today. The bands are great and keeps the party bumping. The also have a pool table at the back bar which we all wait patiently to play. Special mention to Cat whom's in the back bar. There was live music but they played hits that we all knew and sang along to- good mix of modern chart toppers and throwbacks.
Many drinks were had and fun memories were made at the Roxy, so cheers to them! So it was one of those accounting night. If you need to soak up some good party energy, this is your band. There was a live band that play covers of great songs, old and new, low lighting, and a packed dance floor! Its still very loud and very crowded. I'm not a rock fan so I had the worst time being here but my roommate loved it! Yes that is the only time I would really come here. This longtime local hangout finds particular favor with university students and hockey players.
A great way to make it through the week. Before it became a place where people live life like it's a beer commercial, the Granville Street location attracted those looking for quality food and handcrafted furniture. Wasn't too hard to get drinks once inside, and the songs were amazing as I expected. There is a pool table there too. I even met my husband there! You'll find table hockey and phone chargers at the side bar, pool tables and photo booths in the back bar. They've got live music and line dancing, and plenty of liquor to go around. My heart will always be at The Roxy.
For those that don't know what game that is, watch inglorious bastards. I didn't have a problem with getting away from them though ahaha I danced tons, and every other song was one of my favourites - true classics. I'm not too familiar with the area, but this spot was recommended by several friends as well as my hotel staff. Today, Joe's Garage and Dr. Honestly, I've only been here one or two other times that weren't on a Sunday, and it was still a great time.
Drinks were a bit pricey, but it's a club after all. We literally always come out of this place making new friends haha, such nice vibes : the music though. We stopped in and had the pleasure of seeing Blaine and Sasha and met all the sweet staff. The porters are all friendly, Franco, Alex, Dhillon. The bartenders were really cool and the vibe of the place was awesome. Loud music is a must. The bartenders were really cool and the vibe of the place was awesome.
There is a stage one side, and 3 yes, 3 bars from which one can purchase alcoholic beverages. So went back recently but that is because it was a celebration for my sister. Extremely rude barstaff that think they're better then everyone else while the bouncers care more about roughing somebody up then being there for somebody's safety. My days at the Roxy began when I was just 18. The music is loud, but not blow-your-eardrums loud, which is a nice change compared to other Vancouver clubs. Gongshow I'd heard a lot of bad things about the Roxy when I was asking for suggestions on where to go on my first night out - meat market, kind of grungy ect. Can't wait to go back! It's very loud, but that's to be expected.
It's also the bar for all the other bartenders and wait staff I notice from other bars. The crowd also seems older and really here for the music, not to party. Sundays at the Roxy seem to be the place to go! One of the great things about the Roxy is that it's on the Strip, so if you want to leave the club to get food, there are plenty of late night options! Ridiculous amount for something so boring. People dance in front of the stage. They have your country fix! Honestly, they don't get enough credit for the job that they do. Fair amount of seats with tables and booths, if you get there early enough! Seven nights a week you can find us throwing the hottest parties in the city.
It is the only place where I feel like I can dance how I want too. There is a live band. I spent years dancing, drinking, laughing and playing at The Roxy. Once a year kind of thing. They're fairly busy on most nights, so it can take a little bit longer to get a drink. I'm so not a country girl, but they do a great job at playing lively country with a lot of rock cross-over and a touch of this and that to keep all entertained! Also, the fact that they let people line up out front even though the bar is dead inside is very ridiculous. It's a pretty casual spot where the drinks flow, the music's loud, and the good times roll.
This place has earned it, 5 stars to the Roxy and their wonderful staff. It's really hard to find places that play old school, good songs and that's why I don't typically like clubs. So nothing has changed since 4 years ago. It's a very casual bar with live music, playing rock. His love for the 90s, old school hip hop and electro is reflective of how he chooses what songs to mix; however he will always cater to the party and its guests to keep them entertained until all hours of the night. His long-held residencies at various venues throughout the West Coast have cemented his status as a regional favourite known for his genre-smashing versatility, funky selections and energetic sets. Everyone is nice and friendly, my favorite bartenders include Cat, Stephanie, Michelle, Sasha, Joe, Everette, Irv, Jaralin, everyone here is awesome.