The Bodega Bar upstairs from the Patton Alley Pub is beautiful with oversized couches and the tapas menu is great. It's not a meat market at all, more a place to go for drinks after work. The drink menu is quite retro bringing back some drinks from the past. The bartendar was very friendly and accomodating.
Dress Code: We were in business casual from leaving work and it seemed to blend.
The bouncers at the door are dressed in suits which is upscale for Springfield. haha. They play really good dance music. At 11 and 12 they have a "drum show" on the hour. It is loud and very cool. There is a VIP area upstairs.
Dress Code: Dress to impress. Dont dress plain.
In Wednesday and Sunday nights we have some great karoke! Come out to either sing or be a spectator, as many are. Sing Karaoke With Ross! State of the art sound system, videos on big screens and also good dance music. Sunday there is a $2 cover, but the Ladies get all they can drink for only $5!! From 8 until closing.
Dress Code: None, however you want to dress!
My friend's fiance owns this sports bar, so it makes it even more enjoyable for me! Many regulars come to the bar and everyone is extremely nice and ready to have a good time. Last time i was there we had a nice water fight (but oops i wasnt wearing a bra-good thing the photo was taken with a camera phone so you cant tell)
I suggest taking the sweattart shot-Awesome, but i want really a big fan of the lunch box.
tell them lori sent you
Dress Code: anything its a sports bar
I have been to the new remingtons twice. both times i was not impressed. We went the first time when it first opened and no one was there and the drinks were extremely weak. The second time i went, we saw Dierks Bentley concert. it was way too crowded and too hot. I doubt i will be back anytime soon. it does not even compare to the old remingtons.
This is a place for bit of an older crowd. There are a couple of pools tables and juke box. I have been here a couple times and both have been really fun. If you go with just girls and sit at the bar the free drinks start coming otherwise it is just a good place to hang out. They don't serve food but you can order food from dominos, pasta house and ruby tuesdays and they will deliver it for you. We took darth tater there and he had a lot of fun too.
Dress Code: casual not too dressy
This is the best place in Springfield to shake your booty and get a little crazy on Sat. nights. Gets really crowded but always a good time. They also have a VIP lounge, you can call ahead and reserve a table. I usually don't do this because I dont leave the dance floor too much.
Dress Code: Whatever you do just look cute and ready to have fun!!
This is a really great place to eat wings, drink margaritas and party on sunday nights! Sunday nights they have Allen Ross playing. He is great and funny singer that has a few twists of his on songs. it is a great , friendly atmosphere
Dress Code: Jeans and whatever
Harpo's is a well known bar in Springfield, because on Monday nights they have Quarter draws.
They have a terrace out back where they usually have live bands or a dj during the warm months, If not there is usually a live band inside.
During sports events they have a huge big screen tv among other tv's to eat and drink while watching the game. And they also have a couple of pool tables and arcade games.
There are mostly college students who go to this bar on Monday nights and you get more of variety on other nights
Dress Code: Dont get too dressed up. Clubbing clothes are a little too much, but you still want to look cute, but a little more casual.