Nova Scotia

Ralph's Place strip club introduces Halifax area shuttle

Ralph's Place Show Bar in Dartmouth introduced its first ever shuttle service on Wednesday. It will be available every day from 5 p.m. until midnight.

Service will be free and will operate every day from 5 p.m. to midnight

Owners of Ralph's Place Show Bar in Dartmouth hope to cut down on customer cab fares by offering a free shuttle service from 5 p.m. to midnight every day. (Ralph's Place Show Bar/Facebook)

If you live in Halifax or Dartmouth, getting access to the area's only strip club is about to get a whole lot easier.

All aboard the strip club bus.

Ralph's Place Show Bar in Dartmouth introduced its first ever shuttle service on Wednesday, which will be available each day from 5 p.m. until midnight. 

It will be a bit like an airport shuttle service — except you leave your baggage at home. 

For club owner Ralph Nasrallah, it's about saving customers from paying cab fares. 

"There is a plan that will be drawn this week because we just started that service last night," he said. 

The planned route will start at the club, located on Main Street, and run across the MacKay Bridge, down Barrington Street, up Spring Garden Road, across Robie and Gottingen streets to the MacDonald Bridge. 

In Dartmouth, it will take Portland Street to Cole Harbour. Then, it follows a route along Pleasant Street on its return to the club. 

Either flag the shuttle down or call ahead for a pickup. 

But while on the shuttle, you'll have to keep your money in your wallets. There won't be any entertainment or drinking, Nasrallah said. 

"The only service on the shuttle is to bring them to the club," he affirmed. 

The shuttle can hold up to 11 people.


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