Respectable Street

518 Clematis St.
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
561-832-9999
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For more than 20-something years, Respectable Street has reigned strong over the West Palm Beach nightclubs and bar scene on Clematis Street and probably will do so for another few decades. The dimly lit smoky front bar has a large stage where musical local and legends perform on a weekly basis. The walls are adorned in art from the surrounding community, and plush velvet couches line the left side of the room. The outdoor patio allows partygoers to take a break from the high-energy happenings inside or even be an extra in a music video. Never a dull moment inside Respectable Street, and there probably won’t ever be one.

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