Dancing, Las Vegas
Blue Mule Saloon - 3118 N Las Vegas Blvd. - Live music Fridays thru Saturdays - (702) 644-2583
Boston Bar & Grill - 1030 E Flamingo - Locals favorite with 24 Hr Full service menu, game room, sports. Live local bands most nights + special events - Mixed music types, call about nightly artists and cover charge - (702) 368-0750
Brewed Awakening - 2305 Sahara at Eastern - If you like to get an early start, this place has live music starting at 11am (not pm) on Weekends! (702) 457-7050.
Cafe Nicolle - 4760 W Sahara Ave. - Live music Tuesdays thru Saturdays - (702) 870-7675
Cafe Trilussa Lounge - 1350 E Flamingo Rd. - Live music every Saturday 8:30pm-11pm - (702) 734-0290
Caribbean Cabana - 3190 W Sahara Ave. - Caribbean parties every night 4pm-9pm - (702) 873-3345
Casablanca's - 6320 E Charleston - Current Adult Pop - (702) 438-6200
Cleopatra's Barge - 3500 South Las Vegas Blvd. (Caesar's Palace) - Live Contemporary Rock Dance - (702) 731-7110
Club Monaco - 1487 E Flamingo Rd. - Live music Tuesdays thru Saturdays - (702) 737-6212
Club Rio at Rio Suites - Live music Wednesdays thru Saturdays, opens at 10pm, huge videos screens & strict dress code - (702) 252-7727
Club Paradise - 4416 Paradise Rd. - (702) 734-7990
Club Utopia - 3765 S Las Vegas Blvd. - Different music styles Wednesdays thru Satudays, opens at 10pm - (702) 740-4646
Clubhouse Tavern - 4001 N Las Vegas Blvd - Classic Rock - (702) 643-2337
Cooler Lounge - 1905 N Decatur - Live punk music Fridays & Saturdays - (702) 646-3009
C2K at Venetian Hotel - Adult Pop - (702) 733-5000
Double Down Saloon - 4640 Paradise - Dance the night away on Wednesdays, 10pm-2am - (702) 791-5775
Dillon's Dance Hall and Saloon - 4660 Boulder Hwy. - Country Western - (702) 451-4006
Dress Code: SRO - 1700 E Flamingo Rd. - A variety of live music, dj's and comedy. - (702) 796-1136
Studio 54 at MGM Grand - 3 stories with 4 dance floors, dj, Adult Pop, strict dress code - (702) 891-1111
Tommy Rocker's* - 4275 S Industrial Rd - 24 Hours - "Beach Bar" Theme; rock - (702) 261-6688
PT's Pub - Cheyenne & Nellis - Live music every Friday - (702) 644-6767
Ra at Luxor Hotel - Adult Pop, 3 dance floors, dress code - (702) 262-4000
Roadhouse Casino, Lounge & Diner - 2100 N. Boulder Hwy @ Sunset in Henderson - Rock & Blues Tuesdays thru Saturdays 7pm - (702) 564-1150
Rockabilly's* - 3785 Boulder Hwy - Young Adult Country Western & line dance lessons - Opens at 5pm - (702) 641-5800
Rumjungle at Mandalay Bay - 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd. - Reggae every Tuesday - (702) 632-7408
Saddle N Spurs Saloon - 2329 N. Jones - Country - (702) 646-6292
Sam's Town Western Dance Hall - 5111 Boulder Hwy - Country Western (free dance lessons) - (702) 456-7777
Sand Dollar Lounge* - 3355 Spring Mountain Rd - Las Vegas' best kept secret. Don't let the row of cool motorcycles out front scare you away from the best Blues Bands west of Chicago nearly every week night and every weekend. - (702) 871-6651
Entering through a gold-mirrored mosaic tunnel, patrons can choose to dance on the elevated bamboo dance floor surrounded by a computer-programmed "river" of water, or luxuriate in the private and VIP environments that include cabanas with mini-bars and specialty furniture, private booths with water sofas or sky boxes with private balconies and self controlled interior experience..this is the club that the real world kids on mtv danced at!
Dress Code: strict dress code...dress sharp!!
Good vibe. Sometimes features world class DJ's. Just beware that cover charges may suddenly increase when there is a great feature DJ. I've gone when its jumped from $10 up to $80. No thanks!
Dress Code: Dress to impress
I had to pay a visit to Coyote ugly bar as I love the film. Went there well up for it but was slightly disappointed, there wasnt much atmostphere and most people in there were couple with the guys getting off on their gals dancing dirty on the bar.
pleased I've been but not the atmostphere i was expecting and the $10 cover fee seemed a little steep, it is just a bar afterall.
I have no one favorite place but be sure check out HUSH. Located on the 19th floor of Polo Towers inside the Sky Lounge, HUSH has spectacular 180-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip, with ample seating and an easily accessible bar. The club also includes the rooftop pool deck. The lounge area is dimly lit with soft background music and a relaxed vibe. The rooftop pool deck features: 21 Moroccan cabanas, a dance floor, DJ booth and a live performance area. Furniture on the rooftop is laid back, with six oversized elevated beds and plenty of bench seating.
Great view of the city
Dress Code: Casual attire. No baggy, ripped or pool attire.
C2K: This club is pretty huge, haven't been here either but they play hip-hop, trance, and house music.
This club is really big I heard so it takes awhile for it to get crowded sometimes.
The Drink has two-levels and four bars. The dance floor takes up the majority of the club. The decor is a cross between a '70s retro and an industrial motif. Seating is sparse, but if you can find one, the sofas are very comfortable. The upstairs looks down on the dance floor and that’s about all you can do upstairs. There are two additional rooms that occasionally offer an alternative to the music in the main room.
The Drink has been through many phases since its inception - from one of the best known clubs in town to being non-existent. Last year, Club Utopia temporarily took over The Drink due to a fire that its building suffered. Now that Utopia has moved back into its building on the Strip, The Drink has resumed business on a limited basis. Currently The Drink is open on Saturdays and hosts a Hip Hop night. This is pretty much the only club in town that has a true Hip Hop night, so expect a crowd.
Dress Code: Attire: No tennis shoes, tank tops or baggy jeans.
Gambling, Drinking, Dancing is the Vegas Lifestyle. Each hotel has its own band entertaining guests. The big Vegas nightclubs are at the MGM(Studio 54), Venetian(C2K), Mandalay Bay(Rum Jungle and House of Blues)and Hard Rock Cafe(Baby's). Depending on the day of the week, each club has a different theme. For early morning fun, hit Drai's at the Barbary Coast for after partying and any of the strip clubs which hosts dancing after hours parties until 11am.
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Dress Code: My girl Nicole getting ready to go out on the town!
Where isn't a nightlife spot in Vegas. Almost everywhere you go there is something to see or do. If you want to go out dancing, the best place is the Beach, it's off the strip and not as many tourists are there, it's where the locals go. If you want to hang out in a bar then Red Square in Mandalay Bay is very nice.
Dress Code: For the Beach, it's no tank tops and shoes required like any other club. For Red Square it's a bit classier. Not necessarily a tie but at least nice slacks for the guys and the girls, all you gotta do in Vegas is look good and you can just about wear anything you want.