Michael’s Bar and Grill Nestled in a strip mall in the North End, Michael’s is your local dive bar with a mini stage and sizeable dance floor.Located right downtown, Refs is also of a special ilk of bars in Halifax deemed to be a “cabaret,” and so can stay open until am (most bars close at am).Menz Bar Featuring the infamous make-out *ahem* “library” room at the back of the bar (there is a security camera back there, you’ve been forewarned), Menz also holds the weekly So You Think You’ve Got Talent hosted by local drag sweetheart Elle Noir.I have a friend who refers to Halifax as the “lady-gay capital of Canada,” which it very well might be, per capita anyways.Despite some Toronto lesbians telling me that there were like five queer women in Halifax, and they all lived in one house (note: I love you Toronto, but most Torontonians don’t know much about anything East of Montréal), there are oodles of queers in Halifax.I grew up a short ferry ride across the harbour from Halifax, in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia (Halifax’s much maligned, but awesome little sister) and moved out east again four years ago.Halifax is a historic city with the Celtic charm expected of Nova Scotia, overflowing with arts, culture, music and bars, so many bars.However, it’s owned, staffed and frequented by queer ladies. The Co Ho hosts the queer “Retro Night” and “Heavy Petting” (listed below).
I like to live a simple life of enjoying everything around me and having that one special person to come home to each and every night, who i share everything with. I am told I have pretty eyes and am very caring I love romance and to be treated like a woman. I love hanging out, video games, reading, university, dancing and having a good time. I love romance, I am passionate I want to experience life.