If you've completed the Saloon Series already and want to expand your horizons, Regina is home to some great nightlife with tons of great pubs and bars all around the city. Here you'll find some of our local favorites, and your soon to be ones as well.

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Birmingham's Vodka & Ale House

OVER 100 VODKAS & COUNTING!⁠ ⁠ Birmingham's is your place for the perfect gathering. They have party rooms and a new games arcade room, where all of the games are completely FREE to use. Play and drink at their East or North locations.


Baller's Rec Room

Life's not always fun and games, but at Ballers Rec room it is. From batting cages, pool tables, to the arcade game classics, there is no shortage of things to do. You'll want to make sure you also take a break between rounds and sip back a pint from their vast draft list, and maybe throw in one of their large appy platters while you’re at it.


Regina Rail Yard Saloon

Two-step your way to the Railyard Saloon. Located in the heart of the Warehouse District, the Railyard Saloon features both local bands and DJ’s for all country music fans. Take off your rodeo boots, slip on your dancing shoes and mosey on over this weekend!


Casino Regina

The casino itself was once Regina’s Union Train Station – an important stop for travelers, settlers and goods making their way cross-country. Now, it’s all aboard for fun with a wide range of slots, table games, poker, dining and live performances in the Vegas-style Show Lounge. Open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 4 a.m.


Broken Rack Billiards

Take a ‘break’ and make sure to swing by the Broken Rack. The Broken rack is home to 18 pool tables and tons of great food and drink specials. Simply put, it is the perfect place to eat, drink and shoot some pool.


O'Hanlon's Irish Pub

Regina’s Irish pub - order a Guinness or your choice of pint from their long list of 32+ beers on tap. With tons of entertainment between Karaoke, live bands, and DJ’s, O’Hanlon's is a must go for anyone!


Vintage Shopping @ Warehouse District

Check out Warehouse District's Retro Route during the week of Agribition. It's the guide to finding your next vintage treasure. Visit all 6 shops in the Warehouse District to collect your prize, a limited edition holiday ornament handmade in Regina by Sticks & Doodles! There’s now extra time to find the perfect vintage gift AND check off stops on the Retro Route.

On Nov 25 & 26 and Dec 2, antique shops in the Warehouse District will be open 5pm – 9pm.

Locations & Hours:

Centennial Market Antique Warehouse - 1230 Broad St MON - FRI by appointment SAT & SUN 10:00-4:00

Centennial Antiques & Collectibles - 1230 Broad St (West entrance) THU & FRI 9:00-5:00 SAT 10:00-5:00 SUN 12:00-4:00

Krave Collectibles - 1246 Broad St WED - SAT 10:30-5:30 SUN 12:00-5:00

Regina Antique Mall - 1175 Rose St TUE - SAT 10:30-5:30

YQR Vintique Market - 1279 Osler St TUE - SAT 10:00-4:00

Grace & Thyme - 1337 Winnipeg St THU - SAT 11:00-5:00

Want to keep shopping? There are 3 more antique shops outside the Warehouse District! Please visit: T+A Vintage TUE & FRI 9:00-3:00 WED & THU 11:00-3:00 SAT 9:00-5:00 The Dress Form Online or by appointment The Cat & The Fiddle Antiques WED & FRI 12:30-5:00 SAT 11:30-5:00


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