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