Black Dog Freehouse

The Black Dog Freehouse has provided a unique niche in the area of Old Strathcona and the City of Edmonton since 1992 by providing an atmosphere unseen elsewhere.
Since it's inception, the Black Dog has maintained an equilibrium between its cutting edge promotions and its traditional roots. It has always been a haven for all walks of society regardless of stature. It is a place where young and old, suits and shorts can relax and enjoy themselves - free from the stigmas attached to most bars.

The Black Dog features the Wooftop Patio, Edmonton's only 2nd level, garden setting, full service patio that overlooks Whyte avenue. The recent addition of an enclosed second level adjacent to the patio provides an alternate Black Dog experience through all seasons.

The Underdog is a lower level room that offers an intimate and relaxed atmosphere - perfect for those that are looking for some place special. This room is available for private functions and features a separate entrance, stereo system, large screen HDTV with dvd and surround sound and, of course, a full service bar.

This laidback party space is an Edmonton instution for the best place to unwind with friends. But don't let the relaxed ambiance fool you, bring your party-people with you and celebrate the end of the week with great music, fantastic DJs, and a dance floor tha won't quit! Dress up and mingle with Edmonton's singles or sit back and enjoy a cold one - at the Black Dog Freehouse you can do it all!

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Black Dog Freehouse, 10425 82 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta (South) Canada Edmonton Alberta Canada | show on map

Sunday Funday with Phil Sunday Night: Soul Sundays with DJ Zyppy A fantastic voyage through 60’s and 70’s funk, soul & R&B. Dance parties have been known to erupt! Big Rock pints are only $3.75. [more]

Black Dog Freehouse, 10425 82 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta (South) Canada Edmonton Alberta Canada | show on map

Wednesday, Aug 5 - 10pm NO COVER Currently, it seems like there are only two types of Canadian singer-songwriters: those who strive to sound like Jeff Buckley and those who strive to sound like Leslie Feist. Terra Lightfoot has crafted a third, more interesting option: none of the above." - Exclaim! Magazine Whether you’re talking about her as [more]