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I hope you all are doing well. The weather is slowly improving, but about time eh. And where do we turn when we fail to get laid in this lovely city of ours?
As a poor student new to Toronto, I was always a little disappointed by the strip club options presented to me by peers. I made the obligatory trips to Zanzibar and Brass Rail, and was quickly frozen out by the stuffy atmosphere and high prices. Located on George Street worst in Toronto according to police and Dundas, this was worth investigating.
The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Fluctuating commodity prices have sent workers home from the oil sands left and right. And that disposable income — the wallets opened wide to buy rounds of private dances and overpriced drinks — has all but dried up with the layoffs. The club barely survived this past winter.
The Zanzibar Tavern with its flashing neon signs is a famous and infamous part of the downtown scene that enhances the eye-appeal of the Yonge Street strip. The building at Yonge Street, which houses the Zanzibar, was one of the larger buildings constructed on the street during the nineteenth century. Historically, structures on Yonge had small frontages that extended back from the street, creating long, narrow premises.
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TORONTO - A group of strippers and their waitress colleagues who met on the roof for their breaks are finding out their hideaway isn't as private as they thought. Women working at the Zanzibar Tavern, a strip club in Toronto, believed no one could see them when they popped out for a cigarette or cellphone call while still in their work attire. But a Ryerson University librarian, Brian Cameron, took photos of the women from his office window in August and September.
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It is rare for the Zanzibar marquee to deviate from the business of girls, girls, girls. But there was something else. Davey C is David Cooper, who dropped out of high school in the s to make a living, which he eventually did in the windowless cavern of adult entertainment on Yonge St. Cooper, the owner of the Zanzibar Tavern, died last week.