Open Hours: Tu from 08:00 PM to 02:00 AM,Sa from 08:00 PM to 02:00 AM,We from 07:00 PM to 02:00 AM,Th to Fr from 06:00 PM to 02:00 AM
This downstairs bar is one of the hottest dance clubs in Ottawa. Watch patrons dance on the bar as you enjoy your favorite ... More
Bulldog Pub (The)
This downstairs bar is one of the hottest dance clubs in Ottawa. Watch patrons dance on the bar as you enjoy your favorite cocktail and people-watch until the wee hours of the morning. Try and arrive before 10p on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays; after 10:30pm expect to stand in line for up to 30 minutes. Tuesday nights are Ladies Night while Thursday night's feature cheap drinks all around. Coat check is available during the winter.
I would have thought it was a gay bar, but for the bad taste in decor. Gold chain and Camaro crowd, all wishing it still was 1984. Bad music, overpriced drinks. Great place to stand around and look at other guys, looking at you, if you are into that. Elgin St. is tired, much better times in the Market.
lights, camera and action!
Chicks, a cool booze setup, chains hanging from the ceiling for girls to hang onto while they dance! Dj booth is wicked - a transport truck! Huge Harley and Marlboro signs!
Fun! f- u - n!
I went in there on a whim and had one of the greatest nights of my life. The truck they have for a DJ booth is WILD. I meet great guys and even one that could be the "ONE". The music was great and the bartenders .. "ONE" was very hot!
I've spent alot of time at The Bulldog, on my weekend evenings over the years with friends. I stopped going around 2 years ago, as it just got to be too tired. The premis of the place is dated, and the decor very tired. It was a hot spot for years,but it seems now it's time may have come. Alot of people who used to hang out there prefer other Elgin St. venues now, where the ambiance is not "college freshman circa 1990". The competition on Elgin St. is too much for it to return to it's glory days without a complete and utter makever....and new name wouldn' hurt either...
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