Andy Poolhall Closed Forever and "1960s modernism" Contents Up for Online Auction

One of the first gay-friendly night clubs off the Church St. strip in Toronto Andy Poolhall, has closed and the retro contents, even a French Sputnik Chandelier, are up for online auction on  Bidding closes Wednesday, March 25th.

Interesting items up on the Andy Poolhall Online Auction

  • Stefano Giovannoni Bombo Chairs
  • Tom Dixon Jacks Style Lamps
  • Retro Acorn Style Fireplace
  • Beer tap Handles
  • Jorge Pensi Bistro Sets
  • John Taylor, Duran Duran Poster
  • Marc Sorozan Oils on Canvas Paintings
  • even all the pool tables and bar stools!

Andy Poolhall - Stefano Giovannoni Bombo Chairs Andy Poolhall - Wood framed orange vinyl sofa.


Some facts about Andy Poolhall

  • The name Andy Poolhall is a play on Andy Warhol's name
  • Cherry Bomb (for queer women and friends) had line ups almost all the way down the block with people pouring in
  • Here Kitty Kitty party for queer women ran for over 10 years!
  • Toronto dance-party veterans and Little Italy locals broke down and cried when the venue closed after a decade
The decor is "kitsch meets pool hall, a modern take on 60s modernism, packed with character" - and all of it is up for auction on
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