Years ago this was one of the places to be. It was a hot dance club and lounge where the rich and famous came out to play. Today it's a kareoke club. I would go back just to see how the club has changed. I used to work here as a cocktail waitress, the tips were excellant and the patrons were awesome. It's still decorated in it's cheetah spotS which is nice to see.
Dress Code: Dressy/Casual
This club used to be Zanzibar back in the day. It has changed owners and changed names, but its still the same club with the same non stop high energy. Watch out for celebrities while you are here. I came here with Lane, a friend of mine who worked for channel 4 sports at the time. It was here I met Charles Barkley, Dan Marley, Alex Stivrens and many other Phoenix Suns players. Yes I did dance with Dan Marley, who could resist that red hair of his.
Dress Code: NO Sneakers
NO Athletic Wear
'The Alley'...is an area across from the park, which is a gated alley with 5 or 6 nice little clubs, including *The Big Easy* and *Envy*. Lot's of fun...and between all of the places right there, a place to suit just about anyone. Click here to check it out:
Also a great casual fun place is *Whiskeys* on Boylston st.
-Pub style, music, and always packed.
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