Aftershave | Place/Bar | The nickname for Yaletown’s now-defunct “Afterglow” lounge, so-named after the clientele’s supposed heavy use of designer man-scents.
Usage: “Did you see those Ed Hardy bros leaving Aftershave and getting in that SUV limo?”
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