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    La Isla Plaza: Another Famous Nite Spot in Tumon

    by machomikemd Written Apr 17, 2012

    La Isla Plaza is one of the nitespots of activity in the Mid Tumon Area and is a short 8 minute walk from my hotel at the Fiesta Resort Guam. it is beside the Acanta Mall and is also a popular Nite Spot for locals and tourists. Among the Restaurants, bars, Lounges and Karaoke Joints in the La Isla Plaza are: Tumon Bay Lobster & Grill, Chance Karaoke, Xpresso Coffee Lounge, Live House Bar, Lotus Surf, VIP House and more. I will do a separate tip for the Tumon Bay lobster & Grill.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 12:00 am (except the tumon bay lobster & Grill and Live House Bar, which opens at 5:00 pm to 12:00 am everyday)

    Happy Hours beer specials, Beck's Draft Beer at $ 2 only and Bud Light 1 liter pitchers at $ 10.
    Regular Beers at $ 8 a bottle and cocktails and martinis at $ 10 a glass.

    Dress Code: Casual, Shorts and t-shirts are allowed, even flip flops and Crocs.

    nite spot by day more happy hour specials specials view from the veranda of Tumon Bay Lobster & Grill
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    Blue Lagoon Plaza: Famous Local Nite Spot

    by machomikemd Written Apr 17, 2012

    The Blue Lagoon Plaza is located at the mid Tumon Area, near the Holiday Hotel and facing the Acanta Mall and La Isla Plaza. The Blue Lagoon Plaza has an assortment of Restaurants like Subway, Aji-Ichi and bars like Mac & Marti's Cigar Lounge, Route 66, Molly's Irish Sports Pub, Domani Italian Restaurant and Bar, Tairyo Japanese Restaurant and W Bar. The area is lively at night since it is primarily a nite spot and there are many tourists and locals hanging at the assorted restaurants and bars in the premises.

    Happy Hour Specials are $ 5 for a very large assortment of draft beers like Asahi, Heineken, Sapporo, Guinness, Bass Ale and more.

    Regular Prices of Beers are $ 8 a bottle and cocktails at $ 9 a glass.

    Opens: 11:00 am to 12:00 am everyday

    Dress Code: Casual Wear Allowed, you can wear shirts and shorts and even flip flops outside the bars and lounges

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    almost everywhere: DUB!!

    by Devyn Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    On almost any day of the week, you can go out and see my favorite local band, DUB, playing live to a fun crowd of people. I had to put them in here, cause if you get the chance to come to Guam, but you don't get to see these guys play, then you've missed out on something good!

    Dress Code: Dress code is simple; island style.

    some of the boys of DUB

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    sandcastle: great nightlife

    by avi4nature Updated Jul 11, 2007

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    Sandcastle has great nightclub with lots of young people, the bar girls are very very very friendly .......... the club itself has live bands and great DJ music

    Dress Code: neat attire attracts lots of girls who loves talking to foreigners

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    backyard: Barbeque

    by pangelipc Written Jun 25, 2007

    Beaches or people backyards are favorite places to barbeque. You can have as much fun as you want and not be distrubing anyone. Play your island tunes -- dance, sing, and just have a good time.

    Dress Code: Wear what you want-- what ever you are comforable in.

    See the portable grill.
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    Strip Bars: Watch women getting naked as you give them money!

    by Travel2write Updated Jun 11, 2007

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    The adult industry in Guam is at a all time high. Opening the local paper you see the advertisements, "The G Spot, "Dream Girls" "Club Cosmo" "New Texas Club" and way to many more to add. The influx of Japanese tourist with all of the Sailors, Marines and Airmen on the island makes me think there won't be much change in the future.

    Dress Code: Shoes and shirt required, unless your one of the dancers of course.

    Guam Strip Bars Still another strip Bar Yup, another strip Bar! Guess what? Another strip bar!

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    Guam offers a variety of...

    by thechels Updated May 20, 2007

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    Guam offers a variety of nightlife. From the Hard Rock Cafe to small local businesses. Guam has nightlife for everyone!
    The ocean in and of its self offers a myriad of possibilities, for great nightdives

    Dress Code: Any dadgum thang yawl feel comfy in!!! Just Relax! I think unless you're bein' sneaky, there's not really a "nudist beach/colony" deal... that i know of... that is.
    So, as long as your "private parts" are covered by a ...string..."bikini", that is. (not sure if string really covers anything, but it's "legal" so... go for it, if ya got it, eh...)

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    Party Heaven!!!

    by shahidrwdyo Written Dec 30, 2006

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    If you want to party this is the place!!! You can party hard and cheap! The bars stat open until $am and there's plenty of underground bars that open at 430 and go on to 2pm! The beaches are amazing! The dance clubs are packed! Theres always something to do! Anderson AFB has the best beach on the island. It get very crazy there when a US Navy ship comes in. You can a 6 pack of Bud lite for 4 bcuks on base! The people there are very friendly but keep your guard up, someof them can be very deceiptfull. Beofre you know it youll be lost somewhere on the island at some party not knowing on how to get home. The cops are always looking for a payoff always keep some cash on you. If your American you fall under one of these catagories: Air Force / Navy, or a dependent of someone, like a spouse or child. A dancer/ Stipper, or just one of the very few people who moved there.
    Be care full at night for the brown tree snakes there everwhere!

    Dress Code: Whate ver you want!

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    Mac & Marti Cigar Lounge and Jazz Club: Jazz Lounge

    by Travel2write Updated Oct 6, 2005

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    If your a smoker, you will most likely love this place. If your not, you will most likely hate it. Great music and a differnt crowd. Almost all locals, sailors and Japanese tourist. Live but not wild place to hang. Good pool tables also.

    Dress Code: Not really and dress code, but dress nice!

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    The hotel strip: Stripclubs and Karoke

    by bmiller39 Written Oct 1, 2004

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    Guam is loaded with an unusual blend of nightlife. Karoke clubs are everywhere and most specialize in the "buy me a drink" type of bars..There is also an unusually large number of stripclubs. massage parlors, indoor gun ranges, adult video stores, and other activites. The hotels offer dinner shows with native dancers etc.

    Dress Code: Japanese tourists pay entrance fees to the clubs, others get in without cover charges. It really is a shame that there are two pricing structures. I honestly think that the Japanese visitors are "gouged" a bit when it comes to pricing. Island wear is anything..shorts, jeans, etc

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    Gameworks, Hard Rock, etc.: Nothing Special

    by zirakzadeh Written Jan 30, 2004

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    Guam doesn't have exciting nightlife. They do have the usual resort clubs and bars but nothing that inspires you to return. I you are interested in country the Every saturday night at the Gameworks Bar they have country music. This is a favorite of the military personel of the island.

    Dress Code: jeans okay

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  • san vitores road, tumon: get out and see the island

    by juleswinfield Written Sep 28, 2003

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    if you like people watching then tumon is the place. a mixture of japanese tourists, military drinkers, local partyers fill the streets after dark. if you like to see live music, casa nami has good bands on thursdays. they have raves at planet hollywood here and there. bring your cooler of beer to ipao beach and strike up a conversation with some locals and you'll eat well and make new friends.

    Dress Code: it's island style che'lu!! no jacket required. bring your zories.

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    Guam Greyhound Park: Dog Races

    by Trina2383 Written Sep 17, 2002

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    One of Guam's major night time entertainment spots is the Guam Greyhound Park. The gates open every night except Mondays with the first race starting at 7:45 p.m. For $8.00 you can watch 14 or 15 races (not sure which). Children under 16 are free. Which really makes this place fun for the whole family.

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    Only on Guam

    by Trina2383 Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Guam pastimes include hanging out at the beach, driving around in oddly modified pickup trucks, cockfighting, hauling sand in one's pickup truck, burning trash, and painting non-moving objects with the reigning governor's campaign colors.

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    If you're a 'city person'...

    by Devyn Written Aug 26, 2002

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    If you're a 'city person' (like me), then night or day, Tumon is the place to be. Tumon is the 'strip', or a smaller version of Waikiki in Hawaii. This is where most of the hotels and restaurants are located. This picture is a view from Sam Choy's, a Hawaiian restaurant located on the second floor of one of the main buildings. The beach is right behind this building.

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