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They're demons! It's a demon bar. It's like a gay bar, only with demons.
Violet[src]

Demon bar was an establishment that specifically catered to demons[1][2][3] and vampires,[4][5][6] but also humans by extension.[7][8][6] These bars sold alcohol[7][8] as well as food favored by demons, such as blood,[5][2] and were tended by demons[1][6][3] and humans[5] alike.

Examples[]

Willy's Place[]

Willy's Place.

Main article: Willy's Place

Willy owned a bar in Sunnydale named Willy's Bar, later renamed Willy's Place, that served demons and humans. People would also went there to gain information about demon activity.[9][10][5]

Caritas[]

Caritas.

Main article: Caritas

Caritas was a karaoke bar owned by Lorne in Los Angeles that was frequented by demons and humans. It also allowed customers have their aura read by Lorne while singing to know about their destiny.[1] The bar was enchanted with a sanctuary spell, preventing demon violence. However, a loophole in the spell's function didn't prevent humans from committing acts of violence, leading to Gunn's crew holding the bar hostage until the spell was broken.[11]

The Lounge Room[]

The Lounge Room.

Main article: The Lounge Room

Spike once took Buffy to a demon bar so that they could question demons on the recent strange activity Buffy experience caused, not to her knowledge, by the Trio. Spike and a group of demons played kitten poker in the backroom.[8]

Whisky Willy's[]

Whisky Willy's.

Main article: Whisky Willy's

The settlement that was located where Sunnydale use to be was overrun by vampires. They were stationed at a local tavern, Whisky Willy's, before it was attacked and destroyed by the Slayer known as Naayéé'neizgháni.[12]

Rory's Pub[]

Rory's Pub.

Main article: Rory's Pub

The demon Rory owned a pub in Magic Town which served demons and humans. People would also go there to gain information about supernatural activity.[13]

Slurg's Supernatural-American Social Club[]

Slurg's Supernatural-American Social Club.

Buffy, Dawn, and Spike beat up several patrons of this bar in San Francisco in an attempt to get information on Dracula's whereabouts. It had a pool table, dartboard, bar, and kitchen.[3]

Suppurating Sore Social Club[]

Suppurating Sore Social Club.

Searching for information on the Sculptor in San Francisco, Spike prevented an illegal kitten poker game, saving the seven cats to be gambled between demons.[14]

Club Coagulate[]

Club Coagulate.

Main article: Club Coagulate

Buffy and Spike met Vicki in the bar[15] to ask the leader of the new vampires to cooperate in their plan to defeat D'Hoffryn.[16]

Other bars[]

  • In the Wishverse, the Bronze was a vampire bar and the seat of power for the Order of Aurelius.[17]
  • When Darla was dying from syphilis after being resurrected, she went to a demon bar where she convinced a vampire to sire her, only for Angel to stake him before he could get his fangs on her.[18]
  • Outside Sunnydale, the Hellions patronized a demon bar where they heard a vampire saying that the Slayer was a robot.[19]
  • After shooting Buffy, Warren Mears celebrated her death at a demon bar only to discover that Buffy survived the attack.[6]
  • Buffy and Spike took Kennedy, Rona, Violet, and Molly to a demon bar as part of their training.[2]
  • After losing his soul a second time, Angel visited a demon bar where the patrons gave him a warm welcome. He went into the bar searching for the Beast. He went there again to celebrate after killing the Beast, only to be telepathically contacted by the Beast's master.[20] Later, Faith Lehane and Wesley Wyndam-Pryce questioned the demon Francis at the bar and discovered humans and vampires shooting up on Orpheus in the backroom.[21]
  • Spike was drinking in a demon bar in Hollywood, Los Angeles, when he noticed one of the demon patrons following a human girl outside. Spike went after them to rescue the girl, but it had been a trap set up by Richard and Bonnie Monahan to contact the vampire.[22]

Appearances[]

Canonical[]

Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Angel

Other[]

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