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Dress Code: It depends on the place! All the informations on the dresscodes are on the website: http://www.infonightclub.ca
Motor , Hamtramck , Mi. , NOT Detroit thank you very much . There are many clubs in the Detroit area that are a good time . Not a city for rubes or Midwest backwater yahoos . We will steal your car , max out your credit card , and leave chicken bones all over the place . We don't f*** around here .
See above , a city for the adventerous . We are really nice people though . Just don't give us too much crap .
Dress Code: Make sure you look good , that's all .
The DISNEY District it is The Most Place for All The Tourist Went to it .
There are more than 4 DISCO's Including the PLANET HOLLYWOOD & the are CINEMA COMPLEX ( 10 Cinemas are there ) . Beleive it or not it is FLORIDA .
If you are in Columbia South Carolina, you need to stop by 5 points. Its a collection of bars and dance clubs all in one spot. Its where all the University of South Carolina students gather every weekend for a great time.
I would suggest going to Knock KNock Club and dancing. They have a swing above the bar there that is really cool. Jungle is also a great place because it is outside.
Dress Code: You can dress however you feel suited, but most people wear jeans and a nice shirt. Nothing fancy but nice.
In Cancun one of my favorite nightspots is Coco Bongo and Carlos and Charlies. You can get great cocktails in both places that are not watered down.
In Coco Bongo everyone gets to know your name and the same goes for Carlos and Charlies.
Dress Code: I would not wear shorts to either place, a nice pair of jeans or slacks is more than appropriate.
While I'm not much of a night life person, I would recommend a walk along Waikiki Beach front road ... the attractions along the sidewalk are quite entertaining, and the atmosphere suggests tropic vacation especially if you're able to catch one or two of the free hula shows along the way! Don't forget to get a snapshot of yourself at the Duke Kahanamoku statue!
Dress Code: Casual dress and comfortable shoes or sandals
Washington D.C. hs a ton of clubs and so dos Baltimore. If you are looking for different, hangout in Baltimore. Interesting act, Baltimore has it's own type of club music, produced and published only in Baltimore. Name: 'Baltimore Club'
Baltmore Club music is a style of music on it own.
Dress Code: Many places require a 'Dress to Impress' code but there are many relaxed clothing clubs.
Probably Miami Beach, Florida all kinds of different places and music. Macarena Restuarant, good food during day and crazy after dark.
place for locals and just a great atmosphere.
Dress Code: everything goes on the beach but this place is to be dressed for flirty dancing.
When in San Francisco you MUST see Beach Blanket Babylon. It is a hoot!
It is a musical review that follows Snow White looking for love and it uses current political and social situations as part of its plot. The singing is fantastic, but it is the hats and costumes that are simply to die for!
Dress Code: People come dressed pretty much as they wish in SF, but my recommendation is to dress up for a night on the town. Go to a nice restaurant for dinner and then take a cab to the location.
1) Cresent Street, 2) St. Laurent Street, 3) St. Denis street.
You can head out to Cresent street in the summer, it is usually crowded, lots of discos and a few cafés. This is more an english area, but everyone goes there!There is also St. Laurent street, near Pine Avenue, very trendy, there are good restaurants and also outdoor cafés, especially on Prince Arthur, (but don't eat there it's expensive and the quality isn't great). In that area, a good restaurant is Neva. Another great street for nightlife full of bars but not as many discos is St. Denis which is more a francophone street with great shops as well.
Dress Code: Mostly casual but not jeans.
In my tent or curlded up in a cozy spot reading my BIBLE!!!! Star gazing and good Fellowship!!! Looking for furry animals and taking good care of myself in the process!
Why look to the hills,When you can look to the Maker of the hills?
Dress Code: Stay warm and dry!
Backstage..... night club/bar/resturant
Backstage is a great place to listen to live bands and local d.j's from radio stations also appear there.The building is an old movie theature.It has alot of history.There you can dance the night away on nice hard wood floors.You will hear all types of music.Alot of famous singers have done concerts there.
Dress Code: What ever you like to wear out on the town is cool with the Backstage!!!
There are a few spots to go when you are looking for some nite life. Carlos & Charlies, Hard Rock Cafe, Kiss My Cactus & Viva Mexico. I thought Viva Mexico was one of the more authentic bars to go. They had really good music & drinks & had food if you wanted to eat. It was on the second floor of a building but you could easily hear the music from outside.
Dress Code: The only dress code that any of the clubs or bars have is that the men have to wear a T-shirt.
It contains all these fabulous places, there is so much to do. The main part is York Quay Centre: The Lakeside Terrace, another flexible performance space for the weekend music programme and the Sunday Concerts/Music Workshops given every Sunday throughout the year.
Lakeside EATS, also at the south end of York Quay Centre, is Harbourfront Centre's new cafeteria-style restaurant, with a full range of lunch and dinner choices and fine beer on tap.
Norigen Stage. The Concert Stage is home to Harbourfront Centre's summer music programme, which offers a new festival of music each weekend from Canada Day weekend at the beginning of July to Labour Day.
du Maurier Theatre Centre. Home to the biennial du Maurier World Stage theatre festival, a portion of the du Maurier Downtown Jazz festival and many of Toronto's most exciting new performance groups.
Dress Code: Dress is optional.
Most favorite is The Crow Bar. Next is the Exit.
The Crow Bar: plays techno, multi level warehouse style,they pay people to walk around in pleather,swing above the d.j. booth and perform S&M acts on whoeverwants it. The EXIT: is where all the old School punks hang out on mondays.
Dress Code: The Crow Bar: vinyl,leather,hip hop. NO IZOD SHIRTS OR LOAFERS. The EXIT: any thing goes
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