Small venue that can accommodate aprox 500 people so it allows for intimate concerts. The decor is cool outside and inside.
Staff IS the biggest problem! Bouncers think they have the whole world into their hands (what one would call power trippers). I was there to see my best friend play. Two of my girlfriends were supposed to join us at 11ish pm, after dinner. I got a call from outside telling me that the bouncer would not let one of... More
We went to Lee's Palace to see Colin James. He ofcourse was awesome. The venue is small which is fine because it's intimate. The walls, ceiling etc are painted black for a reason, it's very dirty. Paint was falling off of the ceiling. The washrooms are located upstairs, which is quite a hike if you've "had a few" and they... More
If you want good music, good staff and good security, then this is the wrong place to go. The music is spotty at best. The staff is incredibly rude and condescending. There's broken beer bottles on the ground, long lineups for everything, drinks are tiny and really watered down. Place is old and rickety. Go some place else where you... More
Lee's seems to have it all. It's a very eclectic club, much like the street it live on. You'll be dazzled by the new-ish mural they have outside, and the dance cave shuffles a decent mix of old and new. They always have live bands, almost every night, so there's really something for everyone, especially now with the burrito place... More
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