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This article is about the nightclub. For the engineering firm, see Bachus Engineering Co.
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Bacchus was a dance club located at 1928 11th Avenue South on the top floor of the Studio Arts Building at Five Points South. The club was open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, and featured live deejays. The dance floor was made of reflective material and lit from below. "Quick-Cook" carbon dioxide jets on the ceiling enhance the lighting. The club admitted customers aged 18 and up with a special wristband to identify those old enough to legally purchase and consume alcoholic drinks.

A 40-seat Bacchus Sports Pub downstairs was open Wednesday through Saturday with acoustic music.

Opened in 2011, Bacchus was owned by Leesa Warren, great-granddaughter of developer Newman Waters. In 2015 the name of the club was changed to SKKY.