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By : Adair MacGregor



1111 Sherbrooke E.

Campus is the most diverse of all of Montreal’s gay strip clubs, offering younger boy-next doors during the afternoon and beefier dancers in the evening. With a huge raised bar and two flanking shooter bars, Campus gives off a steely glow that is both erotic and charming. Sunday night remains an extremely popular Ladies Night.



1681 Ste-Catherine E.

Much more low-key than its counterparts, Adonis relies on its personable strippers and bartenders to create an easy-go-lucky environment. The boys tend to be of a more slender kind who seem to enjoy themselves both on the dance floor as well as off. Adonis hosts Ladies Night on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and a fairly popular Saturday afternoon audition.



1950 Maisonneuve E.

On the east side of the Village, just above Papineau Metro, is an internationally infamous strip club. Montreal is well known for its youth culture, which Taboo provides in spades. Young lithe strippers dance and cruise for lap dances in a relaxed dive bar atmosphere. The busiest strip club in the Village, it attracts clients from all corners of the gay spectrum.

Le Scandale

286 Ste-Catherine E.

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