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Body of Art Tattoo is located in the Tattoo District of downtown Toronto, and specializes in custom tattoo design and tattooing in a clean, sterile environment. We have five artists for you to choose from to help you attain the perfect custom design.
Established in 2011
We relocated a few doors West on Queen from our first location in 2011, to the space beside Tattoo... more
This place has an awesome vide. The decor is hip, dark and modern. The crowds are the cool, hipster queen west kids and the drinks are good, and of average price. The music is usually bang on too! The thing I dont like about Tattoo is the staff. Generally unfriendly, rude and pretentious...I am sure there are a few exceptions but generaly, I feel like there is alot of tube at this place...be warned!
Tattoo Rock Parlour is a fun place to go and dance. It is one of my favorite bars in the GTA and I always have a great time. They play amazing music and it has an all around good vibe. However, you may want to think twice about getting some ink when you visit. They butchered my body with a bad ink job and I have had to pay the price for getting it fixed. I got a bad tattoo and they scarred my skin. It was hard to fix and cost me a lot. I do not recommend the place for anything but a night out with friends!
This place has been around for only a few years. Its one of my favorite clubs in the city. Its not a rocked out club though so hardcore rockers make note. Its always jam packed on the weekends too so get in line early. They play mostly top 40 rock which is fun for when you want to bring a group of ppl who all want to dance to something they know!
Worlds collide at this combination rock venue/ink parlour, where you can "watch people get tattoos while you're downing some shots" (but you have to be sober to get one yourself); the "fun" two-level Queen West space hosts live performances, from "local talent" to "more well-known bands", as well as DJs, but either way it's "good rock 'n' roll music all night long."
Kabouth brings his empire to the rock n' roll set, a whole new breed of wannabe hard cores. The place is rock prettified. Damask logo is everywhere outside in. Intimate setting of elevated black, leather booths makes it easy to watch live shows. Canadian Idol castoffs enjoy their 15 seconds for Tuesday night Karaoke. All the while, there is a separate area to get inked. Just remember Johnny... more
Bouncers in here are aggressive jerks.
I've witnessed them choking people and roughing people up for no reason.
This could be a great club but the bouncers are really mad with power, which unfortunately is too common in Toronto!!
Landed in this spot by accident during the night of the Grey Cup. As luck worked out, 6 of the Montreal Allouettes cheerleaders (they were all wearing the same jackets) went in just ahead of me. Music was good, good size dance floor so you could move around pretty easy.
Lines, lines, lines and once you get in it is so crowded you miss the lines. Bad music, cheap drinks
It feels like 2007 has been Toronto’s year of the rock bar, but this latest addition to the Queen West strip (where Crystalroom used to be) comes with its own unique twist — a tattoo parlour. The rock bar, lounge and live music venue is equipped with tattoo services from King Street’s Black Line Studio and turns into a two-level, 600-capacity venue at 5 p.m. Simple, fresh foods are served with... more