For Your Eyes Only
Touching is allowed in Toronto. There are some rules here, though. You need to be reasonably smartly dressed, and there’s a policy of seating everyone. But every seat gets a prime view of the solo performance on stage, as (like everything here) it’s perfectly positioned up behind the bar. Dancers look like they’re having the time of their lives, and will work the room for compliments after their show looking for cash, strip chips or credit cards to lap dance in situ.
If you feel like extra friskiness then you can take it to a private room. Because of the top-notch location and the filtering skills of the huge bouncers outside, the customers here are never drunk or disorderly and are often women. There’s a good a selection of food, too. We like the Gobbler Club Sandwich.