Platforms Dance Club in Boca Raton, FL: Disco Dancing
Went to this nightclub this weekend, the best time I have ever had! They had every age group from 25-55, equal amount of men and women. The DJ was incredible, played all the hits from the 70's, 80's & 90's that I loved. They had a bubble and a fog machine over the black and white checkered dance floor with a multi colored disco ball. They had FREE drinks from 9-10 PM, free valet and no cover charge! They even had an old school retro candy store, I have never seen anything like it. 5 STARS, recommend to all!
Dress Code: Proper
- Business Travel
john l. sullivan's: irish pub
john l. sullivan's is a very nice replica irish pub in lighthouse point just south of the boca raton city limits. this pub and restaurant offers american fare and a good beer selection. sullivan's also has a large outdoor patio which is a good place to have a drink when the weather is nice.
Dress Code: casual.
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The Pavilion Grille: Latin Dancing in Boca Raton, Florida
The Pavilion Grille is new on the dance scene and should not be missed.
It boasts a romantic atrium setting that should please your date. If you can dance, she will be impressed. If not, thankfully, it has one of the greatest wine lists in Boca.
Latin and Ballroom Dancing is held every Wednesday night at 7:00PM till 11:00PM.
Big band, swing nights are scheluded once a month. Contact them for more info.
The Pavillion Grille - 301 Yamato Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431
Inside of the Stonegate Bank Building
301 Yamato Road, Boca Raton
Dress Code: Casual except for Big Band Nights
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99s: Young High Energy
It is a small high energy nightclub in Boca by Palmetto and US-1.
Thursday is latin night. you will find lots of young people from Florida Atlantic University (FAU).
It is full of the beautifull people. Come have fun at a great price with a great crowd.
Dress Code: Casual/formal
Mizner Park: Mizner Park
It's a pretty cool hangout on Friday and Saturday nights. There's a couple of nice restaurants and one of the bars has a decent live band, although be prepared to enter a bit of a meatmarket. Still, that could be what you're looking for, right?
There's also shops which are open quite late - Banana Republic, that kind of thing - and valet parking means you don't have to worry about where to leave your car.
The only down side is that it struck me as a bit cliquey - not exactly the friendliest place if they don't think you're one of the in-crowd. Translated into plain English, that means that the girls won't talk to you unless you look rich.
Dress Code: Smart casual.