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  • Art Village Cafe

    703 Fern St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

  • Blue Martini

    Blue Martini

    550 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-835-8601 This West Palm Beach spot is a hangout for the sophisticated drinkers who have money to burn on exotic martini flavors and a dimly blue lit, laid-back environment. The patio at Blue Martini dominates the other nearby bars on nights with good weather. More >>

  • CityPlace


    700 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

  • Coral Sky Amphitheatre

    Coral Sky Amphitheatre

    601-7 Sansburys Way West Palm Beach, FL 33411
    561-795-8883 By any other name -- say Coral Sky, MARS, Sound Advice, the Snuggles Fabric Softener Bear Arena -- this gigantic outdoor shed now called the Cruzan Amphitheatre would still sound as sweet. However, unlike the big, open-air venues up north, ours is available year-round. Music seems to sound better out-of-doors, and Cruzan provides plenty of room to mill about on a giant manicured hillside lawn, plus massive video screens so concertgoers won't miss anything. Among the acts that have played there: Peter Gabriel, Motley Crue, Radiohead, and Pearl Jam. Who can beat that? Sure, the overpriced concessions aren’t the most rock 'n' roll aspect of this experience, but Cruzan is our shed, and we can go see a show there in the middle of December, so nyah-nyah-nyah. More >>

  • E.R. Bradley

    E.R. Bradley's Saloon

    104 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-833-3520 People still remember E.R. Bradley's when it was in its former location on "the island" of Palm Beach, but many things about the place haven't changed since it scooted over the water to the more proletarian West Palm. Its burgers still rock, and since the owners are from Maryland, diners can expect some seriously reliable, satisfying crab cakes. Otherwise, the menu is pretty basic. Items won't rock your culinary world, but they will fill your belly and satiate a craving. The real reason most people come is because there are few places around that feel like home to preppies, preppies turned biker wannabes, and just about anyone with even a modicum of class. Tons of outdoor seating allows for the enjoyment of Mother Nature's great contributions to our state, and it should be known that the deck tables are highly sought after. Oh, and lest we forget to mention the cocktails... this place is probably most regarded as a great spot to get your drink on. Bartenders here are dependable mixers, especially when asked to produce a classic. Yep, E.R. Bradley's has been, and will continue to be, the place to get drunk on all things Palm Beach. More >>

  • George

    George's Music

    7830 Byron Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33404
    561-242-0345 A few years back George’s Music took over the mall store formerly known as Mars Music. Then moved on to a larger--i.e. better location. Even with the store upgrade, the sales reps are a lot less pushy than they used to be in the Mars days. You can actually walk from one section to another without some sales shark breathing down your neck. One thing that hasn't changed, though, is the extensive selection of music gear, from guitars (Fender Telecaster, Squier Telecaster), amplifiers (VOX Valvetronix AD100VT), drums (Tama kits), and digital mixers, as well as plenty of microphones, cables, recording software, and every accessory you'll need for the stage or studio. All right, so maybe there aren't any pyrotechnics. But that's for your own good. More >>

  • Helen K. Persson Recital Hall

    326 Acacia Road West Palm Beach, FL 33401

  • HG Roosters

    HG Roosters

    823 Belvedere Road West Palm Beach, FL 33405
    561-832-9119 There's an easy-going kitsch permeating the vibe inside H.G. Rooster's, and it shines throughout all the incredible activities set up seven days a week. On Sunday alone, there's a free barbecue on the patio at 5 p.m., male dancers at 6 p.m., and karaoke at 11 p.m. There's bingo on Mondays (affectionately named Sissy Bingo, with prizes in the form of both bar tabs and cash), chicken wings and karaoke (again!) on Wednesdays, and more babely dancers on Fridays. The drink specials all start after 9 p.m. and are bound to get you giddy: buckets of domestic beer are three for $7 on Tuesdays (when the pool tournament starts), all wells and domestics are $2 on Thursdays, and Long Island iced teas and domestic beers are $3 on Saturdays. There's also the occasional Saturday night cabaret - Saturday Night Divas - featuring drag shows and comedy. The place was founded in 1984 by the late Michael "La La" Brown, an AIDS awareness activist and supporter-slash-member of the local gay community. Now it thrives on his mission and soul: Everyone is welcome - and no one is bored. More >>

  • Island Jack

    Island Jack's

    4449 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409
    561-687-2122 Island Jack's in West Palm Beach is equal parts biker bar and tropical escape. The standalone building is surrounded by large palm trees, with designated motorcycle parking up front: perfect for "Bike Night Wednesdays." Just beyond the wooden doors, made to look like a ship's deck, is a bar and dining area. Pool tables and videogames take up space in one corner. In addition to happy hour, nightly drink specials mean you'll never drop more than a couple of bucks for a cold beverage. More >>

  • The Kelsey Club

    700 Park Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33403

    The spacious Kelsey Club sits in a prestigious art district, but once inside, all that artsy-fartsy stuff can be left at the door. The Kelsey offers weekly reggae and ´80s-music nights, gaming nights, and movie nights, plus live punk rock. Andrew W.K. even played there at the height of his high-kickin' rock popularity. More >>

  • Lafayette's Music Room

    550 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

  • Longboards


    519 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-833-4660 Longboards is the latest restaurant from Rodney Mayo, the nightlife aficionado who opened Respectable Street Café, a dance club catering to punk kids, in 1987 — when downtown West Palm was a sketchy place at night. With its seafood-centric menu, Longboards may have the most ambitious menu of all of Mayo's holdings -- and trust us, it's a long list -- considering that to do well, the fish and seafood must be really fresh. The menu features six to eight varieties of raw oysters per night and a plethora of bivalve, crustacean, and burger options ranging from middle-neck clams with chorizo, leeks, and lemongrass, to cornmeal dusted oysters with vinegar peppers and truffle aioli, to lobster rolls to burgers. Whatever you do, make sure to save room for dessert -- the cookies and cream pie is out of this world. More >>

  • The Lounge

    The Lounge

    517 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-655-9747 Dress to impress at the Lounge. Style is foremost here. And by style we mean naked body paint, the latest threads, or your own casual vintage wear. Just make sure it's got some flair. The Lounge requires personality. And the interior to this trendy spot is as visually stimulating as the clientele. A golden yellow ceiling and light-blue tiled wall, against which glistening bottles look more like decoration than recreation, dazzle the eye while you shake to tunes that run the typical indie-dance gamut from Blondie to Radiohead. Grab a seat in the spacious garden out in the back, or stand around in the long spacy hall-like main room. No matter where you congregate, the music isn't oppressively loud, so you'll actually be able to hear and speak with your friends. Added alcoholic bonus: various offerings of sake. Drink too much? Grab some sushi from Chef Jack at the mini-restaurant in the back. He cooks up some amazing dishes from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. The drinks and food don't come cheap, but they won't break the bank. More >>

  • The Meyer Amphitheater

    201 Evernia St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

  • Meyer Amphitheatre

    Meyer Amphitheatre

    104 Datura St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

  • O

    O'Shea's Irish Pub

    531 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-833-3865 This authentic Clematis Street institution has weathered tropical and economic storms, never-ending construction projects, petty politics and more, but it's still the place to come in West Palm when you need someone with an accent who knows how to pull a pint. It's always open late, making it popular with the après-concert crowd leaving Respectable Street. Every standard Irish pub dish is on the menu, with the addition of several roast beef selections. The rest is stereotypically familiar. But that's the key to O'Shea's longevity. And when you're there, try a pint of Murphy's instead of Guinness stout, and see if you don't think it's the cleaner, smoother brew of the two. More >>

  • Oasis

    5021 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33417

  • Off the Hookah

    Off the Hookah

    314 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

    Slip into bed or on a lounge or deep pillow to "dine" at this nightclub and almost-restaurant on Clematis, where it's form and fun over function. It doesn't take itself too seriously - all the faux artifacts of Middle Eastern digs are playfully interspersed with the furniture, meant for group dining. Noshes range from sushi to hummus and veggie flatbreads. Creative touches, possibly lost on this club crowd, include pomegranate-glazed duck with butterscotch sweet mashed potatoes, or crab cake with corn salsa, candied pancetta and a citrus beurre blanc. The beef's seasoned with Middle Eastern spices for a slider trio, there are a number of kabobs (kafka, anyone?), a gyro, and full sushi menu. A separate hookah menu - all non-tobacco - is on hand. Bartenders here are of the flair variety and are part of the entertainment. More >>

  • The Orange Door

    The Orange Door

    798 10th St. Lake Park, FL 33403
    561-842-7949 Far too spacious and prettily lit to be a dive and down-home enough to be cozy, the Orange Door is half private party spot, half go-to blues venue. Part of a shopping plaza off Northlake Boulevard in Lake Park, the bar features a black-box-style theater setup and plenty of seating - complete with tables and flower centerpieces. Each weekend, it becomes a heavy-duty house of blues - soul and jazz too - playing host to local, national, and international acts like J.P. Soars and the Red Hots, Tommy Castro, and Eric Culberson. Thanks to its status as a local blues mecca, it has street cred among the locals, allowing it to be suitable for all kinds of events - like the two-day Lake Worth/Miami music festival Zitfest. The rest of the week, the Orange Door is yours for the taking - the owners are happy to book your private party or show in the space, still buzzing with the bluesy, twangy energy left over from the sizable crowds it draws each weekend. More >>

  • Oxbridge Academy of the Palm Beaches

    3151 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409

  • Palm Beach Opera

    415 S. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401-5905

  • Paradise Bar and Grill

    300 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

  • The Pit

    2140 Scott Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33409

  • Plush Pony Lounge

    Plush Pony Lounge

    2028 S. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33415

    Plush Pony ain't the kind of place to start line dancing. Those cowboys at the L-shaped bar, and yes, they're probably real cowboys, won't appreciate the two-step you learned in dance class. They're more likely to accept a drunken jig on the makeshift dance floor of linoleum tile sandwiched between the pool table and the barstools. Here, it's more about the liquor than it is about do-si-do-ing. The Pony stays open from 7 a.m. until 5 a.m. the next day and has a cowpoke-priced happy hour for its first 12 hours of business. The windowless building is the perfect place to forget what time it is, once your eyes adjust from riding on the range. After four decades in business, Plush Pony in West Palm Beach is the remaining location of what was once a 27-bar chain across South Florida. And as Palm Beach County's last country "bar," as opposed to the western dance clubs, it's also a vestige of the past. Just don't go hoping to practice your choreographed moves. More >>

  • Release Nightclub

    311 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

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