This place is unique, to say the least. Very, very gothic. They play good music though and the people are still pretty cool. Downstairs was for black people only, (if you are smart) at least on the night I went. I don't go here regularly...you get the feeling there is a lot of homosexual activity going on around you. Probably cause' there is.
Dress Code: Not really a code, but I highly reccomend that you wear ALL black at the least.
This used to be my favorite club, the people are more laid-back and the music is sweet. Like techno/rap mix. (That's what I like.) But...there has been many changes in management, (hence the name changes) and it has slowed down and changed a bit. They DO have cheap shows seldomly. Seether was there, so was Fuel and Alien Ant Farm.
Dress Code: Very light dress code, just nothing outrageous. Like I said, they are very cool here.
The music here could definitely improve, at least in my opinion. They play too much music without good beats. On the up side...the club gets packed out hardcore! (Especially on Wednesdays) For Some reason, there are better looking people here than in any other club in Dayton.
Dress Code: They have a basic nightclub code. Funny though, you could get in with a t-shirt and jeans, but I was once asked to button up an overshirt. Oh yeah, no hats. (I don't think.)
For a rousing night, visit the UDF on the bottom of UD's campus.
Or, stroll down the back streets of town to find the Rite Aid!!!!!!!!
Well, if you want, go to the Ghetto just off campus, it is alcohol city, every night.
Second biggest drinking school in OHIO!!!!!
Canal St. is more than a place to me...it was an experience! This place only holds about 200 people yet it provides excellent acoustics. Canal St. Tavern is now holding what they call Jamband Wednesday, where you can come and see the best of the local bands.
What I really liked about this place was that it was a bit seperated from the other bars. It makes you feel like you're going into a place that only you and your good friends now about.
Dress Code: Dress code here is come as you are as long as you're not naked!
One of the best night clubs in Dayton, but this is a great place with live bands.
Dress Code: wear what you like.