Not much to speak of: What Nightlife?
There is no night life here in Vineland for the most part. In the latino neighborhood there are a couple clubs, but unless you are latino or are with a latino friend, I wouldn't expect to be welcomed. The bowling alley and Walmart are where most people go when they're bored at night (sad, isn't it?) We also have our share of fast food joints for the late-night munchies. We have the full compliment of 2 Mc Donalds, 2 Burger Kings, Dunkin Donuts, Wendy's, Denny's, Arby's, Taco Bell, Applebees, Friendly's and several all-night diners.
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Frank Guaracini, Jr. Fine & Performing Arts Center: Plays, concerts and lectures
The Fine and Performing Arts Center at Cumberland County College hosts both college ensemble performances and national acts. Check out their schedule to find out what's going on. Some of the shows they have are really good-- from Shakespeare to Opera to Gospel.
Greek Festival at St. Anthony's: Summer Festivals
In the summer we do have a couple of fun festivals that liven things up. My favorite? The Greek Festival during Memorial Day weekend. We go every year and wait in long lines for the awsome food.
We also have the Puerto Rican festival and several other summer activites that draw large crowds. In mid September the Villa Rosella girl's school has a small carnival that I attend every year for great sandwiches and funnel cake.
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Good Sports Bar and Grille: Sport themed bar
This is a good bar that the fraternity types will like. It's clean and safe (one of the few bars in the area that hasn't had major "incidents" with violence.) Good Sports is located in East Vineland, in the middle of farmland, so there are no worries about seedy characters hanging around. This is a nice place to gather, watch a game, play some pool, maybe find some romance for the evening. I'm not a bar-hopper, but I think most partying types would like this bar.
Dress Code: Casual, clean.
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The Q-Ball is sort of a rough and tumble place for folks who like to play biliards and pool. It's mostly a men's place, or a place where ladies would want to have a man's companionship. Sometimes it's safe, sometimes it's not- you never know who is going to be there. It's clean and well maintained, but because of it's location isn't the safest.
Dress Code: Very casual.
Greek Islands Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge: Great place to hang out
Unknown at this time if the Greek Islands will reopen.
Greek Islands is a restaurant/bar near the Cumberland Mall. The food is okay, but the bar is what's worth noting. Unfortunately they're only open til 1 am because of a city ordinance, but the bar has a really nice atmosphere, good drinks, friendly people and good snacks.
Dress Code: Casual
Cumberland Players: Thespians take note
Local actors present plays and musicals regularly on this small but respectable stage. Visit the website for show times and tickets.
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