Quality Inn & Conference Center
531 Route 38 West
Maple Shade, NJ 08052
Phone: (856) 235-6400
Fax: (856) 727-1027
531 Route 38 West, Maple Shade, NJ, US, 08052
- Phone: (856) 235-6400
- Fax: (856) 727-1027
Sometimes it can be hard to find a good polka show in a strange town. There are polka evenings at least once a week at Cannstatter Volksfest-Verein, with visiting and local accordion virtuosos. The food, as one might expect, runs towards sausages and blintzes. On Fridays, Senior Citizens enjoy discounted lunch. Polish, German and American holidays are celebrated with a festival with more food, more activities for the entire family and, of course, more accordions. Ample parking for guests and handicapped access. Catering facilities and Modern Picnic Grove accommodate 25 to 3,000 people - perfect for weddings, company parties or birthdays.
Awaiting a change in your nightlife? Well, Club Evolution provides one. Though Philly has a number of hot-spots, this nightclub isn't any lesser. Stylish interiors, upbeat live music and billiards is all what is needed for relaxation and entertainment. Although this nightclub maybe expensive, its worth for all the fun and thrill you would experience here.
The Barbary is a no issues, nightclub for everyone in the city of Philadelphia. This amazing nightclub is setting new trends in the city's nightlife scene and is breaking new barriers with it's happening music and themed nights. The club has an excellent ambience and fantastic interiors. The sound system used here is state-of-the-art and the club plays host to several famous bands as well. There are gigs for kids and the 21+ here, so everyone is satisfied. Martinis, lager and vodka are some of the drinks on the menu and they aren't too expensive.
If you want to add some vibrancy to your nightlife, Roxxy stands a good option for a great night-out. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays are especially eventful here. You cannot miss the fun of loud music, hip crowd and the mod atmosphere when at Roxxy. And not to forget the prime location of this place, which makes it the most happening hot-spot in Philly. So make sure you are dressed to impress to match the elegant ambiance and ultra-modern people.
Johnny Brenda's very ambiance would elicit a rapt smile from you as soon as you enter this restaurant-bar; it's that cheerful! And while the decor is pretty zippy, you will be glad to find a balcony extending from the room, where the bands perform. Fresh and tasty food, especially Mediterranean, is accompanied by good music and superb beers. While there is a good collection of wines and liquors here, Johnny totally dotes on its cask-conditioned brews.
The M-Room or 'The Manhattan Room' is a popular name on the city's music scene. The venue has become a hot-spot for teens and youngsters to catch some great performances by local and national bands and artists. They have a great stage and sound system, and you can enjoy a pint of beer while catching some live action. On certain days they host DJ nights, comedy events, dance parties and art openings too. The menu is varied and offers you a variety of options with a host of delicious appetizers, healthy salads, stuffed sandwiches, pastas with cheese and meat, frittatas with fresh vegetables and cheese among other delicacies. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events and exact show times.
If you are single and looking for a fantastic place to party while on a trip to Philadelphia, head straight to Solo Nightclub. This jazzy night club attracts the hottest singles from all over the city and has an absolutely fantastic ambience. Several events are held at this nightclub and among the famous ones is "Wild On". The interiors are excellent and the club boasts of a pretty good bar menu as well. A great place to socialize, especially if you are single and ready to mingle.
A very unusual name the KungFu Necktie dive bar is exceptionally unique. For one the music is awesome, the bar is well stocked and if you are not a smoker, then great, because they allow spoking only in the patio or outside section. So you can freely breath in the air. KungFu Necktie hit the Philadelphia party scene with a bang and has since gained quite a mileage. Next time you're in the city be sure to check it out.
Zee bar, is a private club, for which you need to acquire the membership. The elite and the chic crowds frequent the club. No expense is spared in designing this lavish pad, right from the dance floor to the fire-place, it spells class and elegance. The wooden flooring and the plush sofas as well as the tastefully done bar is evident of the VIP guests visiting the place. It is the most sought after venues for corporate events and private parties. Famed artists, sports personalities like Cecil Martin and other celebrities attend the social evenings here. Being voted 'the Best Nightclub With After Hours Club' by the Readers' Choice Awards 2006 is just another feat achieved by the club.
The venue for Philly's biggest events and a celebrity hang out, Deco is a mix of wild and cool! An upscale after-hours nightclub, the club also has a vast array of activities you may or may not want to indulge in, like lap dancing, hot tub dips, and celebrity boxing matches. With two VIP lounges, six bars and a state-of-the-art sound and light system, this is truly a rocking club. Make sure you are enrolled as a member before trotting on down! The club also hosts events, parties and business functions.
Considered to be Philadelphia's only pure wine bar, Il Bar is set alongside its big sister restaurant, Panorama. This place and its customers are serious about their wine. Bartenders even throw out the first glass from new bottles to ensure its intended flavor. Featuring 120 wines by the glass, Il Bar also prides itself on its extensive selection of grappa, port, single malts and its reserve list of prestigious bottles. It's a quiet, warm place, with lavish drapes, plush chairs, an indoor waterfall and striking photographic murals adorn the bar. Live jazz is performed on weekends.
Run by the same brothers who run Zanzibar Blue, this is an expansive blues club, a big room with good music and plenty of space for the sound. The menu has a Southern accent— Chicken-Fried Steak, Chicken with Waffles, Ham and Greens, grits with everything. Reservations are suggested. (If you have a reservation for dinner, there's usually no cover charge for the shows.) On Tuesdays, there's an open jam. On Sundays there's a Gospel Music Brunch.