1005 BELMONT ST
Brockton, MA 02301
Phone: (508) 588-3333
Fax: (508) 588-3334
1005 BELMONT ST, Brockton, MA, US, 02301
- Phone: (508) 588-3333
- Fax: (508) 588-3334
Vincent's Nightclub is a popular clubbing destination that features eclectic DJ music where the elite, enthusiastic crowds dance to the latest chart-busters. The club promotes the theme "Dress to Impress". Thursday nights are dedicated particularly to ladies, whilst Sunday night parties are buzzing with activities and functions. A bar with great varieties of drinks is also available. So, get to this happening nightclub and groove to the energizing music. Call ahead for further details.
If you venture out to Quincy and are looking for some entertainment, the Beachcomber is the hot spot. Located on the ocean with outdoor patio seating, this popular club books many of Boston's favorite bands. DJs also spin their magic here some nights. On Wednesday the karaoke machine is cranked up and that seems to be a fun night. There is a cover charge of $5 on Friday and Saturday nights. Does not accept credit cards; cash only.
If you are looking for a South Beach inspired, VIP club experience, look no further than The Ocean Club at Marina Bay. With capacity for 1,600, The Ocean Club at Marina Bay offers dancing, cocktails, hit DJs, a volleyball court, and even oceanfront cabanas. The menu is ocean-inspired, with both small bites and full meals available. The Ocean Club at Marina Bay is the place for a chic night-on-the-town experience.
Enjoy a sumptuous dinner and start dancing, as this dynamic venue transforms from a classy restaurant to a groovy nightclub! The ambiance at dbar is chic, and the menu has French fine dining inspirations. Try Giannone Chicken Under a Brick or Pancetta Blognaise, which are recommended by the house. They accept private party bookings too. Bar opening times vary; check website for details.
The local dive-but-clean neighborhood bar and pub, the popular Jeanie Johnston attracts an eclectic crowd ranging from hipster art students to young professionals and older motorcycle riders. A decent but unremarkable beer selection—from Bud Light and PBR through Sam Adams and Guinness, will save you from your thirst. The burgers and typical appetizers are reliable, and you can customize your burger with your favorites toppings like sautéed mushrooms and onions, cheese and bacon. Check it out on Saturday nights for the famous karaoke night complete with a friendly and enthusiastic crowd. Friday nights are no-cover live local music.
The Midway Cafe is a total music haven in the heart of Jamaica Plain. It brings the area alive! There's live entertainment with bands performing every single night at the Midway Cafe. And though this music bar does serve some snacks and drinks to satiate people to be able to pump in more music, there are nights when the cafe screens films and matches being aired on television.
With a warm atmosphere and great fireplace, James's Gate is a pleasant bar and restaurant with a great beer selection and reasonable wine list. In the summer, the outdoor seating can be pleasant although the view could be better. The bar “side” outdoes the restaurant side, where prices are higher and the décor less comfortable. The chef's strength is definitely the standard to barely upscale pub food over his good but unsurprising attempt at restaurant cuisine. Good trivia night on Mondays, and pleasant Sunday brunch.
Alchemist started off with a magic trick in 2006–transforming from a grungy dive bar into a hip restaurant and lounge that offers comfort food, such as burgers and grilled cheese sandwiches, but also some stand-out dishes. The paella, dry-rubbed pork tenderloin and braised beef are excellent. After dinner on Thursdays through Sundays, live music or DJs turn the place into club, with popular local acts.
Milky Way Lounge attracts a diverse crowd and offers diverse entertainment. Saturday is Latin night; if you arrive early take a salsa lesson. DJs and live local bands play at this club regularly. If dancing isn't your thing, don't despair; there are also very hip bowling facilities, featuring dimmed lanes lined with blue lights. Pool tables and funky art exhibits add to the charm as well. Upstairs you'll find Bella Luna Restaurant.
Long a South Boston waterfront tradition, the Original Kelly's has relocated a few blocks inland, but it is still affectionately known as "Kelly's Landing". Furthermore, neighborhood families and travelers from around the region and around the world continue to pour in by the carload to experience some real New England seafood. During its 1930s heyday, the specialty was deep-fried clams. Today, the clams are fried as deeply as ever, but the menu has also been expanded to include tons more grub.
This venerable club, founded in 1947, was the first African-American-owned nightclub in New England. Wally's Cafe is a proving ground for young jazz musicians, and audience members (or famous visitors) often step up and jam. Much of the narrow space is filled with the bar, and it is standing-room-only on weekend nights. The crowd is a mix of musicians, locals and bohemians of all ages. Live music with no cover charge is played every night and there is a jazz brunch on Sunday afternoons.
If music is your religion then head to this downtown venue, simply called as—Church. Shuffle between the restaurant to grab a quick bite and the club to head-bang to the latest live act on show. As many as 225 people are welcome at a time. A cover charge is to be paid, as you do your part to help the unknown and upcoming bands make their bones towards international acclaim. Sundays though is reserved for DJ's where some known and forgotten classics are spun. Ample parking is available besides the venue for free.