This is what you get when you cross a New York–style warehouse loft with a club playing Top 40, rock, R&B, Latin, and retro tunes. Professionals (ages 25 to 45), some dressed to the nines in Armani suits and Versace dresses (though "dressy" jeans are permitted), provide the scenery. Couches tucked into corners create cozy conversation areas with bottle service, but it's spendy and you'll have to reserve a week or more in advance for these. The lack of a patio makes this a better cool- and cold-weather venue. It's open Friday and Saturday (C$15 cover). Email ahead to RSVP@thefifth.com to reserve a spot on the guest list and bypass lines.
May 31, 2010
Just wanted share my experience, I will never return to "The Fifth" thanks to the attitude from the bouncers on Saturday nite (May 29th) was appalling, not only were they rude when we asked to be let in sooner they were also disrespectful. I understand that the "main" crowd is in their early 20's but that is no reason to look disdainfully on other paying patrons. I will not visit the establishment again and I will happy to share my experience with