Ultra Supper Club closes; Cube opens in its place

After nine years of wining and dining Queen West denizens, Charles Khabouth and the folks at INK Entertainment have decided to close Ultra Supper Club and open a nightclub in its place. The new venue, designed by Canadian design firm Munge Leung, will be known as Cube.

The club will be a modern take on the ‘70s, with custom designed brass fixtures, black velour walls, a d&b German sound system, floating brass panel lights and a continuous LED wall that will wrap around the entire club, mimicking a film strip. All this is meant to entice the senses and create an intimate and provocative experience.

Cube will open its doors for the first time Thursday for a VIP friends and family event. The hotspot will no longer offer sit-down meals, but will have an hors d’oeuvres menu. The DJ booth has been moved and booths for bottle service have been completely re-upholstered. Oh, and did we mention that staff will be outfitted in custom uniforms designed by Danier?

Some things, however, remain the same. The venue is still aiming for a 25 and older crowd and a definite dress code will be in place. But don’t worry guys, appropriate jeans will be allowed.

Cube, 314 Queen St. W., 416-263-0330

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