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Night Clubs in Fall River, MA
1.Silk Restaurant And Club
30 3rd St Ste 4
We are a business that has three pArts. The first is OUR restaurant. Offering the excellent dinning choices of portuguese and italian american cuisine. The second is OUR nightlife. We have outstanding in house DJ'S playing the TOP 40 hits of dance. HIP HOP that will make the NON dancer into a dancing machine. Lastly OUR third part to OUR business is catering. We are currently in the process of designing a catering menu and will keep ALL of OUR viewers informed with the latest menu choices in the near future.
2.The Taphouse Grille
159 S Main St
Bar & GrillsBarsNight ClubsPizza
All Entree Under $15, 50+ Beers in House, Express Lunch, Kitchen open late 10:30pm Sun-Thurs Midnight Fri/Sat, Live Entertainment Fri-Sat Never a Cover
3.Booondocks Bar and Grill
36 Water St
Bar & GrillsBarsTavernsNight Clubs
1 Ferry St
American RestaurantsBarsNight ClubsBrew Pubs
1082 Davol St
Sports BarsBarsNight ClubsBar & Grills
Remy's offers the ultimate sports viewing experience. Three "Screen Monsters" offer the latest technology for hi-definition viewing so you'll never miss a second of the action. Hungry for lunch or dinner? Stop in and sample some American cuisine with a creative twist. Whether you are searching for the perfect place to catch a game, the hottest late night spot, or a location to host your next function, Remy's is the place for you. We seat 200 people inside and 150 on the covered outdoor waterfront facing deck. Our goal is to offer the best food and to be one of the most entertaining destinations not only on the SouthCoast, but in all of Massachusetts.
6.St James Irish Pub
91 Purchase St
Brew PubsBar & GrillsTavernsBars
226 Union St
8.Ultra The Nightclub
172 Pine St
Night ClubsDance Clubs
i tryed almost every club in providence and this club is the most fun and hot club to go to.i always have fun there and they have hot dancers guys and girls i love it. a crouwded on saturday nights try and make it there before 11pm it will be dead but have a couple drink and as soon as u start feeling nice the crouds start flowing in. they have two rooms with diffrent music mostly dance hiphop reagea. bartenders are really nice and so are bownsers. the bath room is set real nice to for those of u who like a clean hotel like bathroom. also has nice covered smoking area so u get no wind on those cold windy winters hope to see u there
17 Snow St
Night ClubsGay & Lesbian BarsBarsTaverns
10.Steve's Backstage Pass Inc
15 School St
We had a great time, dancing, we will be back for sure
11.The Hot Club
575 S Water St
Night ClubsBar & GrillsBarsTaverns
This establishment is by far the most contemporary & Rhode Island representative gathering location one can find. I have been frequenting the Hot Club for a quarter century now, and each visit is both a return home, as well as a unique experience. Whether you are enjoying a cigar and cool drink under the warm Summer eve’s stars, or a coffee drink by the gas stove inside on a snowy Winter’s afternoon, the atmosphere is comfortable & welcoming. The patronage is as unique as the ambiance. At any given time you can find Blue Collar workers to University Professors, Biker’s to sport car aficionados, singles to couples to groups, and everyone in between. But what I find most intriguing is that the Hot Club fosters a climate that is not only conduce to, but readily supports dialog across this demographic strata. Sometime I find myself just sitting and enjoying a cocktail and listening to the debates and opposing points of views. The Hot Club is much more than just a bar or restaurant, it is more of a Mecca for those wishing to engage, and be engaged. In this unique environment, it is as if the Staff & the setting itself conform to your intentions, be them romantic, that of comradary, or business in nature; or any mixture of the three . . . . The food offered ranges from simple, fresh popped popcorn, a perennial favorite, to burgers and sandwiches. The menu is simple and limited, but the portions are more than ample. The wood grill fills the inside bar area with a tantalizing aroma that only the strongest can escape. I don’t go there specifically to eat, but I often find myself indulging in the simple fare, as nothing beats a wood grilled burger or hot dog with a cold beer. The location is also unique, right on the water & adjacent to the Hurricane Barrier, in the shadow of the new Providence River Bridge. Parking is usually a challenge, depending on the day of the week, and time of day; get used to it, it has been for the twenty-five years I have been going there, and I expect it will be for the next twenty-five years. It is conveniently located affording easy on & off highway access, or a short trip to any of Providence’s “hot spots”. The factory across the river has three smoke stacks rising above the sky line, each stack has aircraft avoidance lights on them. I have won a number of rounds waging patrons that the series of blinking lights would eventually reach a state of “harmonic convergence” . . . they always, ultimately do. If nothing else it’s a nice conversation piece. And finally, perhaps the highest praise I can pay the Hot Club is the following. I am often called upon to host out-of-state co-workers. I typically take them to the Hill, or down-town, or the East Greenwich area. Those that I really like, or really want to impress ultimately end up at the Hot Club. And one or two of you, you know who you are, have been repeat Customers with me ! The Hot Club can be described, explained, and endorsed, however to truly appreciate it, it is one of the rare places that one must experience.
12.On The Rocks
43 Taunton Grn Ste 2
60 W Weir St
Night ClubsGay & Lesbian BarsBarsTaverns
257 Allens Ave
Night ClubsBarsPrivate Clubs
16.El Danubio Night Club
971 Broad St
318 Chalkstone Ave
Night ClubsBarsTavernsAdult Entertainment
Foxy Lady is one of the leading gentlemen s clubs in the world. Its clubs feature bars and champagne and green rooms. In addition, Foxy Lady has VIP rooms for private and bachelor parties. It also serves complimentary breakfast and lunch. In addition, its clubs serve a variety of champagne, wines and beers.
28 Sims Ave
Night ClubsAdult EntertainmentBars
19.Finnegan's Draft House
397 Westminster St
Night ClubsCocktail LoungesBarsRestaurants
I can't believe how nice this place is ,I had the baked scrod and it was amazing ,I ended up staying for the night life had a great time I will be back.
848 Park Ave
Not sure what you guys are talking about ... I was there Sat. Night the place was packed.... People were all over the place ... DJ was kicking ... Can't wait until next week...
776 Hope St
Nice atmosphere and fantastic Sprite but that's about as far as I can recommend this joint. I got a pork chop with macaroni and cheese. Porkchop was lukewarm while I beleive the mac and cheese came directly from the bowels of hell and seemed to have an invisible incindiary device lodged somewhere under it that kept the temperature well out of edible range for 15 minutes or so. I think T.Boone Pickens could harness this stuff as part of a national energy independence strategy. Pork Chop was a fusion attempt gone awry. It just didn't fuse. My girlfriend got a cheeseburger that would have looked fantastic in a photograph but was 4 times the height of the average human bite range. Maybe Mick Jaagger could got his lips around it but my girlfriend just stared at it and then looked at her fork and knife, mentally formulating a strategic plan to actually eat it. Hockey puckish was an apt description. Service was pretty poor. I think our waitress was hiding in the bathroom.
103 Dike St
Fête is New England’s boutique live music venue dedicated to providing innovative music programming to an audience as diverse as New England itself. Fête’s mission is to rejuvenate the relationship between music and revelry; create a haven where both artists and audiences engage in a unique and gratifying cultural experience and actively participate in the revitalization of Olneyville, a unique and historic Providence neighborhood.
23.Nostalgia Night Club
557 Warwick Ave
971 Broad St
35 Richmond St
26.Dine Out Tonight Club Inc
1010 Park Ave
27.The Scurvy Dog
1718 Westminster St
28.Simon S, 677
677 Valley St
270 Thames St
30.International Club and Billar
327 Barton St
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