We have a free place to stay on HHI for my friends bachelorette party. What would be a good place to go?? She isnt really in to a BIG scene with a lot of attention but loves dancing, singing and drinking!! Any tips?? Oh and this will be either in feb or march!!!! thanks
ive been going to HHI for the past 15 years..the last 3 with my boyfriend...callahans is awesome...cheap food, beer, shots....also theres lazy boys to lay back and enjoy your drinks...tons of pool tables and game machines and many tvs. highly recommend
It is now mid January and the tourist season will begin March 1st and many people will be planning their trips very soon. When it comes to Hilton Head Island and it's nightlife, there is one website that has all the information, current events and all the top venues to visit. When planning a night out on Hilton Head http://hiltonheadislandnightlife.com covers all the best live music, dancing, comedy, piano and best places to live it up. Updated every 3 days with all the latest info. Have some very safe travels this upcoming season and the Island will see you soon.
For the latest on whats happening and where, visit http://www.hiltonheadislandnightlife.com Has everything from happy hour destinations to nightlife and late night. Bars, dance clubs, piano bars, comedy clubs, live bands, live entertainment and who is playing where and when. Great website for the night seekers.
Half the clubs mentioned on this page have closed down.
For a nice looking over 25 crowd go to the Electric Piano bar for live music, dancing, dueling piano acts, it's a fun spot!!!
for a romantic date setting go to the Jazz Corner! This is a spot for over 35 year olds.
Nice dark, date spot.
Some nights are more upbeat than others. But a nice small lounge. NOTE: you cannot walk around and mingle you are stuck at your table. So it's hard to meet singles here.
Dress Code: both clubs are business casual. look nice. I would not be wearing a tank top and flip flops.
MONKEY BUSINESS IS GONE. I SAW IN AN EARLIER COMMENT THEY GROUPED THE PIANO BAR WITH MONKEY BUSINESS. I WAS VISITING HILTON HEAD LAST WEEK. I HAVE TO SAY, LOOK FOR PLACES TO GO IN THE DAY AND ASK A LOCAL WHERE IS BEST!! THE FIRST NIGHT WE MADE THE MISTAKE OF TRYING TO FIND A PLACE ON OUR OWN. THEN AFTER ASKING A FEW "LOCALS" THEY SUGGESTED THE PIANO BAR FOR A GOOD TIME. WE WENT ON A THURSDAY----HAD A BLAST. RETURNED ON A SATURDAY---DIFFERENT ENTERTAINERS---ALSO GOOD! HAD FUN AND DANCED! THIS PLACE IS FUN AND THERE ARE NO TEENAGERS HERE!! IT'S GREAT!
Dress Code: IT'S AN UPSCALE LOUNGE.... DRESS FOR A NIGHT OUT.
If you want to have fun on your trip, and you don't like all the little kids hanging out..... go here. It's an older very good looking crowd. The staff is really fast! and they never forget your drinks. i came back 3 nights in a row and they already new what i was having. That felt really good. The music was great, the vibe was great. It's the place to be on HILTON HEAD ISLAND.
Dress Code: business casual ...no suits or anything, just look nice
IF YOU ARE ON HILTON HEAD, FOR AN OLDER CROWD.....30-55 AND YOU WANT TO HAVE FUN...GO TO THE ELECTRIC PIANO. IT'S SORTA A DUALING PIANO BAR....BUT WITH ONLY ONE REALLLY AMAZING PIANO PLAYER. YOU SING- A LONG AND GREAT DRUNK. TIME FLIES!! IT'S NEW! IT'S GREAT!! I GIVE IT A 10!!!!!
MONKEY BUSINESS IS FOR A YOUNGER CROWD, BUT ALWAYS PACKED!!! THEY HAVE A DJ WHO COULD BE BETTER, BUT IT'S THE BEST PLACE TO DANCE BY FAR ON THE ISLAND AND THEY STAY OPEN LATE!! 3 OR 4AM!!!!
Dress Code: DRESSY CASUAL
A friend took me to this bar. It has a nice friendly atmosphere. But the real reason I was brought here was my friend wanted me to try their signature drinks... the frosty frog! Its pretty much a slushee... just that its got alcohol in it and its pretty damn strong. A good way to get buzzed on just $8. Now that I think about it, I think she wanted me to get drunk so she could have her way with me...
Dress Code: None.
Coming from LA, we're used to clubs closing at 2am. That's not the case here. We went to Monkey Business as the after-after party... around 2.30am.
We went on a Friday and it was packed. There was good music and occasionally they drop confetti on the dance floor.
Didn't buy drinks cos it was waaaay too packed.
Dress Code: Casual, but no beanies... not sure why, but my friend was told to remove his.
The after party for the wedding was held here... although the bride and groom mysteriously didn't make it from the reception... hmm... what could they have been doing? hehe...
Anyways, this was a cool place to drink. We had the VIP section and some of our friend's set up their band equipment and played some tunes.
Dress Code: Just bring your liver and apologize for the massive amounts of alcohol you will drink.
Some of my fondest memories are on this beach at night. Once you're past the hotels and resorts, all that's left are the stars, the waves, the sand, and the lights of Tybee Island far in the distance.
Hilton Head has a number of stories and tall tales, but none can match that of Jake, the original Salty Dog. More than 10 years ago, on a fine afternoon, Jake and his master, Captain John Braddocks, went fishing on the captain's handmade boat, 'The Salty Dog.' Though the sky was blue when they started, a storm came up suddenly. Captain John was an experienced sailor and his craft was a sturdy vessel, but they were overmatched by 20-foot waves. The boat capsized and Captain John and Jake were thrown into the ocean 30 miles from home. Jake found Captain John, who threw his arm over the dog. Jake began to swim, carrying his master back toward the island. Three days later they came to Sea Pines beach in Calibogue Sound, hungry and exhausted, but safe. Not only did Jake save himself, but he brought his fishing partner and friend to safety and the town held a celebration in his honor.
Dress Code: Casual
The place to go when you want to enjoy the dance club concept without feeling intimidated . . . cool and dark, with colorful metal streamers and tinsel all over the place . . . The bartenders wear the pre-requisite Hawaiian shirts and bouncers loom in the corners (friendly, but watchful . . . Come on now . . . Who among us can honestly say they don't let lose and dance to 'Brick House' while on vacation . . . Especially when we will never see these people again
Dress Code: Casual