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Night Clubs in Boston, MA
1.The Living Room
101 Atlantic Ave
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Absolutley awesome place. The music was good, the food was great, and the martini's knocked my socks off. I had a blast.
2.Limelight Stage & Studios
204 Tremont St
this is a memorable spot. went for my niece's birthday years ago and couldn't imagine it would be such a scene at night, but when a friend had a bachelorette party here it was a riot. we got a private studio room and sang all night. actually after some liquid courage we did make it out on the stage too.
3.The Paradise Rock Club
969 Commonwealth Ave
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In a larger venue the crowd starts to bunch up near the stage to get a quality look at the act on stage. At the 'Dise, you can be in the bathroom and still have a great sight line to the stage. An exageration, only slightly. You are right up on the stage with the band. There isn't a bad spot in the room. the sound is always a tossup as some majors bring in their own super-genius soundtechs but, any night you are likely to hear an excellent mix of presence and clarity. It gets crowded for sure, but you can always find a spot or two to hang out in. this is most certainly a rare scene. You are within reaching distance from the stage and they don't usually oversell the house. Never a bad show at this place.
25 Boylston Pl
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Alot of people have mixed reviews about this place, but I think Liquor Store is really misunderstood. Yes its a place for girls to get wild and you can dance all night but its not trashy as people are saying. Remember, this is the only place in Boston that has a mechanical bull...how cool is that! The drinks are pretty good, the crowd is always alot of fun and i really like the DJ's tear it up. Compared to the clubs/bars in the area, this is pretty much an absolute fun night.
5.Boston Beer Garden
734 E Broadway
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This place always has a great vibe. They have lots of TVs and a giant screen for watching games and their chili is excellent!
6.House of Blues Restaurant & Bar
15 Lansdowne St
When I pay close to $50/head to walk in some place, and I've got a pocketful of cash I plan to spend on overpriced drinks, I consider that I'm paying top dollar. I don't expect a red carpet, but how about a little bit of politeness and consideration? No. The House of Blues has you by the balls, and they know it. When the band you want to see is coming here, you will pay. You will go. You will drink. No matter what they do to you. Take the Bravery show I went to a few months ago. I was very busy at work, so my schedule was tight and I called ahead on the day of the show to find out set times. I figured that I would just barely have time for dinner before the headliner, but when I called the staff told me there were no openers, and the main act went on right at 8. I was a bit surprised, but I figured I'd better go right to this shockingly early show and have dinner afterward. Friends of mine had missed entire shows by assuming there were opening acts, so I was glad I called. When I walked in, the place was empty except for a few teenagers, and it was soon revealed to me that there were not zero, but THREE opening acts! Oh yea - and a very strict no re-entry policy. So dinner became a hotdog from the steam machine behind the bar. That's not a one-time hiccup in a smooth machine, either. Every time I go here something frustrates me. You can't get the set times, you can't buy two drinks, so everyone has to go to the bar every time. No way to step outside for a smoke. When you do get to the bar, you have to show your wristband AND ID every single time! The coat check is five dollars. And when they're closing and your female friend is in the bathroom, you will not be able to stop their male staff from walking in there right over your protests. I don't want to paint all of their staff with the same brush, though. I have found some of them to be friendly but powerless against draconian corporate policies. But there's no personal touch of a business that actually cares about music or its customers. They've got a monopoly on shows of a certain size here in Boston, and we can all go screw ourselves. And they're doing fine - I just checked and every single show coming up is sold out.
7.The Wilbur Theatre
246 Tremont St
We went to see Bob Marley, comedian on April 3. We had good seats in the Mezzanine section. The seats are made for midgets. There is very little, if any, leg room. It makes for a very squished show. Overall the theater was OK, but I am sad that the Comedy Connection is here. They have many wonderful acts, but I would not return to this venue to watch a performance due to the very cramped seating.
8.Howl At The Moon
184 High St Lbby 2
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what a huge scam this place is!!, my wife ""WON A PARTY"" at this place only to find out that she just got duped into inviting a bunch of her friends and co workers into spending a bunch of cash on really REALLY watered down drinks!! much worse than strip club drinks(lol) vodka tonics with no vodka!! the best was a co worker ordered a long island iced tea (that should be 90% booze) and that some how had very little or no booze in it!! nobody could taste the booze when he passed it around!!! and the entertainment was horrible!! two guys sort of playing some pop tunes but just faking them really! STAY AWAY!!!
90 Tremont St
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Nostalgic cocktail BAR.
10.Stage Night Club
19 Boylston Pl
11.Dick's Last Resort
1 S Market St Ste 4
61 Chatham St
160 State St
295 Franklin St
184 High St
510 Atlantic Ave
100 Stuart St
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100 Warrenton St
19.Classic 1804 Entertainment
79 Warrenton St
20.Boston Fantasy Escorts
21 Neptune Cir
186 Harvard Way
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23.Underbar at Caprice
275 Tremont St
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Im not a fan of house music but I hadnt checked out instantnightlife's website before going there. Drinks are expensive but i like the international euro crowd
240 Newbury St
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I love this bar. It is not very nice but it is probably the only one in town that you could actually meet someone. People will actually talk to you here. It is not pretentious and a lot of fun, if you drink enough!
131 State St
90 Exeter St
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I usually go to Foundation Lounge or Daisy's, but when Foundation ended up being closed for the night, we decided to try a new club. We said a prayer and decided on Saint. We loved it. My boyfriend and I loved the different rooms, the many bars and tat you can have your space- it's not too crowded. I am coming back. I don't love that there's a cover charge- 10.00, but oh well.
306 Stuart St
I went to Rise with some friends about 2 months ago for a night and it was a lot of fun. I had never even heard of Rise before that night and after doing a fair bit of research like joining their Facebook group I've learned that they can draw some internationally-recognized DJs and I really appreciate the attempt at making it alcohol-free, it's good to know that there's a place where you can go to get away from all the drunks on the Boston streets on various days.\r \r Also just another thing to keep in mind about Rise: it's pretty much a real club even though it is alcohol-free and 18+ so people will just start grinding with you if you're not already dancing with someone so don't go there if you're in a serious relationship (unless you go together of course); I went there with some friends, one of whom is in a serious relationship and her boyfriend wasn't with her and she had to leave after just about an hour, maybe hour and a half because she got really uncomfortable with guys just grinding on her. I think it was her first time there so just keep that in mind; it's not a place for people in serious relationships unless you go together.
160 Milk St
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Boneless buffalo wings were awesome. Nachos were decent as well. Nice place to grab a quick bite a few beers.
51 Stuart St
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275 Tremont St
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