Mt. Pleasant’s Fox Cabaret Opens New Projection Room Bar


by Andrew Morrison | The Projection Room bar was officially unveiled last night in the Fox Cabaret. The Scott Cohen-designed space was so named on account of its location, which used to be the projection room of the old Fox, a theatre that not-too-long-ago screened 35mm porn flicks. The new bar – offering small bites and a mix of classic and modern cocktails – represents the final piece in the reimagining of the Fox, which has quickly become a bright star in Vancouver’s cultural firmament. Open 7 nights a week from 5pm. (photos by Michael Mann)

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