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Toronto's most famous male strip club is on the move

Almost one year shy of its 25th anniversary at 379 Yonge St, Toronto's most famous male strip club is changing neighbourhoods and evolving.

Next June Remington's will move to a new location on West Queen West. The new space will feature a separate sports bar on the ground level, an extended lounge on the second floor, and pub food available throughout the venue.

The current club will close next July 22 and they'll celebrate the big move with a full weekend of festivities, including a shuttle bus to and from the old and new venue.

The Members Lounge will boast a brand new sound and lighting system, and big screens.

The company behind Remington's owns the building it's moving to but that's only part of the reason the business is leaving Yonge Street.

According to general manager Dave Auger, it's also due to the $30,000 a month rent on Yonge street, and a proposed 98-story tower development many years away from being approved, in the works for that location.

Auger says they're very happy about the move and are looking forward to the expansion, evolving into a new concept in a safer new home.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez


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