Wildwood Nightlife

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  • Wildwood Crest Summer Music Series: Free concerts the whole family can enjoy!

    by missmommy19 Written Jul 9, 2012

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    Every Wedensday and Saturday evenings on the stage in Centennial Park. Live bands and entertainment perform on the stage throughout the summer. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs, and a frisbee or ball if the kids want to toss one around. A few ice cream trucks and food vendors line the streets for snacks, but you can bring your own food and drinks. Music usually begins at 7:30 pm.

    Dress Code: Casual, beachwear

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  • Boardwalk: Why the boardwalk of course!

    by missmommy19 Updated Jun 19, 2012

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    Not just nightlife, but daylife as well. Any trip to Wildwood has to include the famous boardwalk, 2 miles of fun. Jumbo's and Joe's Fish Co. restaurants provide an opportunity to relax, people watch and grab a drink if you choose. Awesome food, curly fries, rides, Xtreme rides, waterparks, games, t-shirts, and don't forget to "Watch the tram car please!"

    The ferris wheel and Riptide at night On the way up Sea Serpent Roller Coaster Bumper cars One of the Xtreme rides to try
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  • The Bayview: good food, view and a good time

    by hanawillmia Written May 8, 2007

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    We were recomended to this restaurant and were very pleased. There was something for everyone. It is right on the water with huge glass windows. The atmosphere is a cross between sports bar and maryland style crab house. There are bars, outside seating and a great gameroom for the kids. The service was great and the food was awesome. It felt like home. It would be a great place for a special event too!

    Dress Code: casual

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    Wild, Crazy Wildwood

    by asturnut Updated Jan 16, 2005

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    Let me put it to you this way- Wildwood has such a 'wild' nightlife, I wouldn't really recommend it for a family vacation. I think for families with small children it's best to make day trips to Wildwood and stay in a nearby town instead. On hot summer nites and the parties are swinging, it looks a whole lot like Mardi Gras or Daytona in Wildwood. There's a lot of noise, booze, nudity, sex, and people getting arrested. If you do want to stay in Wildwood with your family, there are some quite spots, but you need to investigate your accomodations thoroughly.

    If you are a looking forward to enjoying a wild stay in Wildwood, you'll have no trouble finding fun! There's tons and tons of bars and night clubs in the city. Parties often spill out into porches and on to streets. If you are the friendly type, you'll likely end up finding your way to an impromptu party and have the night of your life!

    Dress Code: Oh- for heaven's sakes, go topless of course!
    Wildwood is the stuff "Girls Gone Wild" is made of.

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  • The Poplar: All work no play..........

    by hennesgm2101 Written Aug 31, 2003

    This place is bloody brilliant! The year I was there (not sure if it still happens) but every Tuesday (I think) night, an irish rebel band called Spirit of Sixteen play there-and my God they are so good-the best rebel band ive EVER heard-The place would be buzzin! An absolutely brilliant night for the irish!

    Dress Code: ANything!

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  • THE FAIRVIEW: BEAT THE CLOCK MONDAY!

    by Carbs Written May 22, 2003

    GET THERE EARLY TO GET A SPOT AT THE BAR! CHEAP DRINKS, COVER AND WOMEN! YEAHHH BOY! THE SMELL OF PUKE IS IN THE AIR! CLASSIC DANCE AND DRINKING FAVORITES WITH A HOT AND NASTY DANCE FLOOR. MONDAY NIGHT IS BEAT THE CLOCK - DRINKS START AT 25 CENTS AND GO UP A QUARTER PER HOUR! RALPHHHHHHHHH! OH WHAT FUN!!!

    Dress Code: THIS PLACE IS PACKED WITH POON AND IS LIKE HELL'S KITCHEN. WEAR AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE!

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    The Fairview.: The Fairview.

    by richiecdisc Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Classic shore bar with tacky old decor and the faint smell of vomit in some sections, the Fairview has been packing them in since the day I was old enough to drink and even before that!

    Dress Code: As little as possible, it is like an oven in here with this many bodies rubbing together on the sweaty dance floor.

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    The Nile.: The Nile.

    by richiecdisc Updated Oct 4, 2002

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    This was once owned by my brother's buddy and called Quo Vadis. We had some crazy times there in the mid eighties, but it was closed down too many times for underage drinking and has resurfaced as the Nile with one of the more elaborate decors in town.

    Dress Code: Dressy unless it's Foam Party, next to naked if it is.

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    Hill 16.: Hill 16.

    by richiecdisc Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Closest thing to a rave in the Woods, cavernous club catering to Irish Universtiy students working abroad for the summer.

    Dress Code: It's a meat market, something tight. ;-)

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    The Shamrock.: The Shamrock.

    by richiecdisc Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Huge oval bar with a singer in the middle that leads the boisterous crowd in singalongs.

    Dress Code: Anthing you don't mind someone spilling beer on.

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    The Poplar Cafe.: The Poplar Cafe.

    by richiecdisc Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Another small quiet local that becomes overrun with Irish students come summer, it offers good bar food and cheap drink specials.

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    The Harbor Inn.: The Harbor Inn.

    by richiecdisc Written Oct 4, 2002

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    This was a little used dive that became 'the' hangout of Irish students working the Boards in the early 90's and continues doing so up to this day.

    Dress Code: Very casual, more a meeting place than a club.

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