There's a gay bar in London named after Quebec (PHOTOS)

Mar 8 2022, 5:33 pm

Quebec’s culture transcends the globe.

So much so that a gay bar in London has taken bits of the province’s name.

The City of Quebec, also known as The Quebec, labels itself as “London’s oldest LGBTQIA+ venue for over 70 years.”

The two-floor spot has a basement where young clients dance to 1980s chart hits, an extensive food menu, a draft beer list, a front terrace, and a magical beer garden.

Menu items include steak, burgers, soups, salads, wraps, sausages, seafood, and chips.

The spot also hosts karaoke nights, burlesque shows, and drag races.

The Quebec, located on a small one-block street called Old Quebec Street, has taken its name from the street since opening in 1946.

City of Quebec is open seven days a week, from 12 pm to 2 am, and can be found at 12 Old Quebec Street, London.

 

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