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Night Clubs in Salem, MA
168 Essex St
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Fantastic Seafood and BBQ - beautiful outdoor patio! Live entertainment and Game Room - what a fun spot!
25 Front St
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Very rude staff, and mediocre food at best.
3.Pirate Dog Brand
4 Florence St Unit 3
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4.Brothers Restaurant & Deli
283 Derby St
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Brothers Deli Salem is fines dine restaurant and provides various delicacies to its guests. The restaurants menu includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. It serves a variety of menu items, such as onion rings, potato salads, chicken fingers and sandwiches. Brothers Deli Salem has seafood and sandwiches of various types, such as cheese burger, ham burger, ham and cheese and cheese sandwiches. It serves desserts, which include cakes, fruit pies, puddings and cheesecakes. Brothers Del Salem provides beverages, such as coffee, hot chocolate and soda.
5.O'Neill's Pub & Restaurant
120 Washington St
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300 Derby St
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231 Essex St
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Went here for a first date recently. Staff was amazingly helpful, friendly and professional. Offered me the pick of spots for the date, including the private table in ""the vault"". Fairly good spot for a romantic date. Crowd was light early, but decent sized later on (11:00+) and a good age mix. We ended up not having a dinner at all, but a couple glasses of wine and relaxed on the sofas behind the hostess stand. Live music was pretty good, but wasn't too loud to make conversation difficult.\r \r Overall, the atmosphere was great, staff was incredible and wine was good at reasonable price.\r \r I will definately be returning to actually try the food.\r \r Will suggest to friends.
8.Euphoria Night Club
130 Union St
151 Newbury St
10.Fran's Place Inc
776 Washington St
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Great place to dance, grab a drink and just chill out!!!
225 Newbury St
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Newly Renovated and under new Management, Timothy's is the North Shore's newest Night Club & Restaurant. Located on Route 1 Northbound in Danvers, Massachusetts. We are pleased to announce the opening of a NEW casual restaurant, entertainment complex and function facility. Timothy's is now featuring a new menu, sports lounge and an entertainment line-up sure to please North Shore families, sports fans and music lovers. The menu at Timothy's features casual fare from awesome new sandwich selections to the grill and seasonal specials. Timothy's won't dent your budget. You can bring the kids any night of the week. It's comfortable and cozy by the fireplace, where you can use your laptop or tablet with WIFI. Enjoy your lunch or dinner on our porch. Don't have time for a leisurely dinner? Check out the menu online and call ahead for take-out... it's right on your way home! Reflections Banquet Facility at Timothy's offers three functions rooms that can seat up to 300 guests for your wedding reception, showers, anniversary party, family gatherings, celebrations or business meetings. The function rooms can be arranged to accommodate small to large cocktail parties, buffets, and plated dinners with classic elegance. Reserve any of our banquet facilities for you next event! Call or email the Reflections function staff and they'll apply their expertise in planning your event at reasonable prices. If you're looking for a warm and friendly atmosphere for a beautiful event, give the Reflections' staff a call. They'll be happy to answer your questions and find you the banquet facility you have been looking for!
12.Brava Night Club Sport Bar
3 Circuit Ave
13.Giggles Comedy Club
Giggles is my favorite comedy club. Easy to get to. Plenty of free parking. Great comics every weekend (even the ones you've never heard of). Good food, full bar, decent prices and a very friendly staff always make for a fun night out that won't break the bank.
367 Revere Beach Blvd
166 Eastern Ave
16.J J Grimsby & Co
1 Lynn Fells Pkwy
For more than 15 years J.J. Grimsby has been the North Shores of Boston, Mass. most popular casual family-style restaurant. J. J. Grimsby has an English style Pub and specializes in seafood, barbecue and grilled foods. At J.J. Grimsby s the renowned hamburger are a half-pound of sirloin beef, flame broiled, served with lettuce, tomato, pickle and are made fresh daily. The two-pound baby back ribs are slow cooked and topped with barbecue sauce. The restaurant offers more than 80 menu items, most priced under $10. The English-style pub has a full bar, with a giant screen television.
17.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.
1 Boylston Pl
No question about it: The Best Meat Market in Boston!
19.Improv Boston Theatre
40 Prospect St
I went to see both the Night Cap and Wednesday night show (the name of which Citysearch is not letting me write, claiming it's inappropriate, even though it's totally not...i.e. rhymes with ""Bump Show"" and refers the the day in the middle of the week) at Improv Boston and they are both really good. The Night Cap is a great place to see up and coming talent and is great for anyone who likes an open mic style show. When I saw the Wednesday show, Improv Jones Boston was performing and gave a really energetic performance. Definitely one of the top places in town for improv.
20.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!
1238 Massachusetts Ave
I just moved to the area from Philadelphia and have been looking for a good comedy club and boy was I pleasantly surprised by what I found on the top floor of a Chinese food place in Cambridge! They regularly display quality talent, the crowd is smart and appreciative of good comedy and the guy who produces the shows- Rick, really knows how to handle a crowd (even if his jokes aren't killing). It's a smaller place with picnic-like tables set up for viewing but it just has such a different and better feel than many of the crappy comedy clubs I've been to in the past. They also showcase a variety of talent from comics who are just getting started to quality veterans that have been on National television. It's not the most traditional of venues but it's a good one and well worth checking out if you are wanting a good laugh.
22.Stoddard's Fine Food & Ale
48 Temple Pl
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How can I explain this? Stoddard?s is the type of place that would make Ron Burgundy proud- plenty of rich mahogany, scotch, and cask ales. Go ahead and get the Anchorman soundboard app, it?s a worthwhile use of time. All kidding aside, Stoddard?s has wonderful interior d?cor; the bar is something to look at, and evenly spacing the taps down its full length is a nice detail. The place has a bit of a ?speak easy? feel with bustier framed on the wall as art and old-fashioned street lamps lighting the room. The food is quality, if a little on the stuffy side. With that being said, you go there for the beer. Everything is done A+ including the correct glasses with every pour and wait staff that know the selections. The cask ales were not only delicious but were also a great change of pace from your average pub. The server, unprompted, brought us tasting glasses of the two we had not yet tried. The oatmeal stout is a good option for a Guinness drinker, and I would get it again; the Chimay Triple in the goblet glass, again aces. The beer selection and execution is top shelf and can be appreciated by someone who is not even a huge lover of beer. To eat we had a beef tartare, which was excellent, the shoestring fries cooked just right, which can be tough with the thin cut fries, and the lamb sausage, which was okay but still worth trying for its uniqueness. Altogether the food was good despite being a bit pretentious. But fellas, go there for the beer and atmosphere; the only thing you?ll be missing is a nice cigar! to read the entire post visit www.bostonguru.blogspot Enjoy, TG
23.House of Blues
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.
24.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.
25.Howl At The Moon
184 High St
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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!!!
334 Main St
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This hangout for Gloucester's locals was the bar frequented by the ill-fated fishermen of "The Perfect Storm."
27.Dick's Last Resort
1 S Market St Ste 4
Dick s Last Resort is a specialty restaurant with a quirky appeal for diners. It may be the tacky d cor of picnic tables, the notoriously sassy wait staff, the food served in buckets, the cold beer, or the spicy ribs and hot French fries. But it s not just the Trailer Park ambiance that has made Dick s Last Resort successful in Boston, Chicago, Myrtle Beach, San Antonio, San Diego and the original Dick s Last Resort located in Dallas, Texas. It s Dick s Last Resort party packages to go, budget lunches, dinners, high roller lunch or dinner, bachelorette parties and platters. Dick s also sponsors events, like an all-you-can-eat crab fest, or a shrimp-o-rama. Dick's Last Resort also has merchandise from its extensive line of logo T-shirts.
28.Bull McCabe's Pub
366A Somerville Ave
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Neighborhood BAR. Grille. & music venue. Craft beer & cocktails. Always fresh PUB food. And TOP notch local live music.
90 Tremont St
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Nostalgic cocktail BAR.
30.Stage Night Club
19 Boylston Pl
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