Talk of the Town

820 Connecting Blvd

 
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Adult bookstore with video arcade and 50-seat theatre. I liked the theatre part the best. There is a four foot high wall that separates the "standing area" from the seating area. Standing along the back wall or leaning forward against the half wall is fun, social and cruising space. I never saw it quite empty and often it was between reasonable to quite busy.
Seemed friendly and relaxed, pleasant staff. I've heard it's 24/7, with the theatre open from about 8am, until the wee hours. Eight dollar admission to the theatre, ladies free.
Crowd: Any and all.

If you're going north on Niagara Falls Blvd, go just past the I-190 overpass in Niagara Falls. Just past the overpass, there is a road going off to the right (it's actually a service road). Turn right at that road and go 1000 ft.
Cross street: Niagara Falls Blvd.
  • Crowd:Any and all.
  • Directions:If you're going north on Niagara Falls Blvd, go just past the I-190 overpass in Niagara Falls. Just past the overpass, there is a road going off to the right (it's actually a service road). Turn right at that road and go 1000 ft.
    Cross street: Niagara Falls Blvd.
  • Cruising Info/ Tips:Theatre, back of theatre and video arcade. But the back standing area really rocks. A four and a half foot wall separates the standing area from the seating area, with the wall wrapping
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  • around a bit to shield you from the entrance/exit doors. Apparently it's
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  • successful, as when you first walk in you can barely even see the standing
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  • area and players in the back.
  • Wheelchair Accessible:No
 
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