Abbotsford has many options for a night on the town.

Night out

If an exciting night out is what you are craving, look no further.

If an exciting night out is what you are craving, look no further:

Bowling, Cues and Laughs

Galaxy Bowl

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Recent upgrades have included, completely renovated washrooms, the installation of six 42” flat screen TVs and a brand new sound system with a 7,500 music video database. Also, it’s now a fully licensed premises!

Dogwood Bowling

Billiards/Halftime Bar & Grill

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The Halftime Bar and Grill hosts karaoke every Tuesday night, poker every Sunday, Monday and Thursday and regular comedy nights.

Live Music

If you love the night life and love to boogie, Abbotsford is where it is at!  The Duke of Dublin, Finnegan’s Pub and Grill, The Phoenix Lounge, The Fraser Valley Inn, Character’s Pub, and The Highwayman Pub all offer live music through out the week so that you can get on the dance floor and shake your groove thing!

So does the new Wired Monk Coffee Bistro at the McCallum exit. In addition, you can often find live bands and a dance floor entertaining the masses at the Royal Canadian Legion of Abbotsford and the Fraternal Order of the Eagles.

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