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London Ontario’s Racey Nightlife

London Ontario’s Racey Nightlife

Southwestern Ontario is historically farmland – not quite southern and only a little bit western; it’s the beginning of the Windsor-Quebec City corridor where goods are transported by tractor-trailers around the clock. The largest city in the area is London a town of a half a million people working largely in the insurance and heavy industry sectors. The area previously known as Upper Canada when it was settled by the British the people have a conservative heritage, but even there the community standards of tolerance have been evolving to keep in step with the times so there is a wide variety when choosing individual local interests. Like other large Canadian cities there’s something for everybody.

There are countless good restaurants and quite a few nightclubs like London Ontario Restaurants The Beef Baron and Flesh Gordon’s Lounge where patrons can donate to the g-strings of needy strippers, private massage parlors and places for the lonely to purchase adult videos. Basically everything done in private within reason is not looked down on or actively suppressed. If a businessman wanders off with ideas of getting some female company it will be his wife doing the enforcement and these days he better be careful about the story about going golfing with the boys; after the Tiger Woods lifestyle revelations men might as well sell their golf clubs and take up yoga. Any legitimate attempt to take a golf trip will set off the matrimonial motion detector and your swinging days will be over.

London has an international airport and so a plethora of good hotels has sprung up to accommodate business travelers. Men with money and a taste for the finer things in life can indulge in private escorts as easy as getting pizza delivery. The higher priced beauties can be extremely tempting to a man without spousal supervision and a wallet full of cash. In that respect, nothing much has changed in the life of the away-from-home businessman over the last fifty years – he will need food, shelter, and companionship to ease stress and indulge a few fantasies. Then he will roll his memories into a tight ball and douse the entire experience with layers of Scotch to put out the last of the embers as he spends the late evening packing for the next leg of the journey. Perhaps ambition should be made of sterner stuff, but men are men; the best sometimes forget.

London is tame and quiet compared to the frustrating turmoil of crowded Toronto and the wonderfully wicked heaven of Montreal, where the nightlife is second to none, but it’s still a place where a good time can be had for the business class. One won’t find wild carnivals, cool jazz clubs or bars with hundreds of spaced-out revelers tipping back drinks and trying to find some room on the dance floor for their stylishly-clad bodies, but London is a city where a stopover is eminently enjoyable in one of the friendliest environments you could ever want.

Certainly some of activities regarding the sex trade have become institutions in our society due to the time-effectiveness of paying for time with a woman, but from a psychological standpoint the need to be with someone comes ultimately from loneliness and longing for attention. Men have a lot of unresolved issues from childhood, especially if they didn’t match their peers in the type of elite beauty standards – elements of living that are superficial yet real. As long as it’s harmless and private, the lonely and immature can pick their vices, whether on a massage table or barstool. Life is short and the meetings are long…that lady in the lobby should be just the answer before you have to head down the 401 for the rest of your journey.

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Hidden behind a clothes shop on Brick Lane, Back In 5 Minutes is an intimate restaurant and private dining room from the Disappearing Dining Club. The restaurant, which can be found down the shop’s stairs and behind a curtain, offers elegant European food, while drawing upon Head Chef Fredrik Bolin’s Swedish roots. Diners can enjoy potted meats with sourdough, smoked chicken hearts with apple and walnut slaw, and braised lamb shoulder with snail and red wine risotto. Pudding options include salt liquorice and lemon curd Eton Mess, boozy fruit crumble served with Swedish custard, and a white chocolate and raspberry cheesecake. Every Wednesday there is a Dinner Club where thirty seats are spread around three tables with one menu for all diners, creating a friendly get-to-know your neighbours evening; Thursday through to Saturday provides a restaurant menu with three starters, mains and desserts to choose from.

Callooh Callay

Recreate the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe at this bar’s free members’ club.

65 Rivington Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3AY

Tube: Old Street Station

Often regarded as one of Shoreditch’s best cocktail bars, Callooh Callay is a popular venue with an ambitious, regularly changing cocktail menu. Examples include the Electric Ladyland, a blend of passion fruit vodka, fresh tarragon, raspberries and blackberries; Coca Kola Crocodile, reminiscent of Panda pops, this cocktail mixes rum with blue curacao, Kola tonic, chartreuse and bitters; and the Well Thymed, bourbon, lemon juice, rhubarb and thym liqueur are shaken with egg white. As well as the main bar and lounge, Callooh Callay also houses a hidden members’ bar: The Jubjub. Free to join, it’s well worth it just for the excitement of entering – hidden behind a Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe-esque doorway, the bar is a more relaxed affair and provides an attitude-free members’ bar experience.

The Doodle Bar

A bar that’s off the beaten track and encourages creativity.

33 Parkgate Road, London, SW11 4NP

Tube: Sloane Square Station

Located off Battersea’s beaten track, within the ex-dairy warehouse Testbed1, the Doodle Bar is a venue ideal for the creative types. Found through a dark alley and across a car park, and with nothing but a small neon sign stating ‘Bar’ above the warehouse entrance, it takes word of mouth or just a lucky stumble for people to come across this gem of a venue. Originally a pop-up, the Doodle Bar concept was so popular that it succeeded in being granted permanent residency. The notion is for visitors to embrace their inner artist and doodle on the blank canvas that is the chalkboard walls and bar. The Doodle Bar also houses a ping pong table, serves organic food and hosts a weekly pop up bakery, life drawing classes, and comedy and music events.

Four O Nine

Intimate restaurant that’s tucked away within Clapham.

409 Clapham Road, Clapham, London, SW9 9BT

Tube: Clapham North Station

It’s almost as if this restaurant above the Clapham North Pub doesn’t want to be found, with a private entrance tucked away as it is on Landor Road, flagged by a discrete blink-and-you’d-miss-it sign. It’s so private you even have to ring a bell to get in. All this gives the impression that Four O Nine wants to remain a well kept secret, only frequented by those in the know. The menu is an evolving selection of classic European food with a inventive flair. The calming purple hued interior, dimly lit and modern, is perfect for a romantic night out. It all adds up to a welcome refuge particularly when considering the usual chain options on Clapham High Street. After this, Four O Nine may no longer be the well kept secret it was but, when the place is this good, it’s only fair to share.

Old Tom & English

Intimate 1960s style restaurant hidden beneath Wardour Street.

187b Wardour Street, Soho, London, W1F 8ZB

Tube: Tottenham Court Road Station, Oxford Circus Station

Bucking London’s no-bookings trend, Old Tom & English is a reservations-only restaurant from co-owners of The Arts Theatre Club, Costas and Maria Constantinou. Hidden beneath Wardour Street, it has been designed by the critically acclaimed Lee Broom – responsible for the décor of The Nightjar – and brings together old Soho and new Soho, with the name referencing the 18th century British ‘Old Tom’ gin recipes. To gain entry guests must ring the doorbell of a heavy slatted wooden door and, if a reservation has been made, they will then be welcomed through a hidden hatch into an intimate dining space. Broom’s concept is a contemporary take on a 1960s home, with low lighting, a post-modern fireplace, sleek grey wool sofas and a vibrant red carpet. Served from bespoke decanters and glassware, the vintage cocktails are not to be missed. The menu includes two takes on an Old Fashioned, a smoked version and a barrel aged gin option; a Coffee Cocktail, made using fresh ground coffee and Tia Maria; and a Champagne Float, topping Cornish ice cream with gin and Pol Roger N/V. The food menu, meanwhile, consists of a number of small plates that allows guests to create their own tasting menu. Options include confit smoked guinea fowl, crispy cider braised pig cheeks and deep fried popcorn cockles.


An industrial underground cocktail bar with an impressive drinks list.

198 Shaftesbury Avenue, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 8JL

Tube: Covent Garden Station, Tottenham Court Road Station, Leicester Square Station

Despite being located on the busy Shaftesbury Avenue, Freud Bar does a good job at keeping its location under wraps. Accessed via a New York-style black metal staircase, which looks like it leads to a staff-only basement, this underground cocktail bar is far from obvious. Once inside, those in the know are greeted with a small, industrial style cocktail bar that has concrete benches for seats. With a generous menu of high quality cocktails and a dozen or so bottled beers the bar pulls in the crowds and often sees a number of drinkers seated upon its indoor staircase and any other space available. With its discrete location this bar has a ‘locals only’ feels to it and is an ideal spot for a cheeky after work drink or pre-club cocktails.