Drinking and nightlife in Iqaluit

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    Near the Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park, Canada's northernmost craft brewery has ambitious plans to utilise the water from the Sylvia Grinnell River in the production of their five very palatable brews, including a porter, pale ale and red ale. Ask the friendly owner for a tour and stay to watch the game on the big screen.

  • Top ChoiceNightlife in Iqaluit

    Royal Canadian Legion

    The Legion doubles as a club on weekends and becomes the most hopping place in Iqaluit, with a mixed crowd of Inuit, Somalians and other party-goers dancing to Top 40 tunes. To get in, either get a member to sign you in or call ahead for a visitor's pass. Friday night is steak night.

  • Nightlife in Iqaluit

    Storehouse Bar & Grill

    As befits the main genteel drinkery in town, this big, good-looking watering hole in the Frobisher Inn is a little bit of everything: pub, pool hall, sports bar and disco. The food (pizza, burgers, steak, ribs; mains $13 to $25) is also good, but don't expect beer out of anything other than a can.