7708 Niagara Falls Blvd.
Niagara Falls, NY 14304
Phone: (716) 283-0621
Fax: (716) 283-2121
Evening Star Concert Hall is a bar where you can relax while listening to some great music. The nightclub is a venue for a number of music shows and festivals. Most of the shows need you to be 18+, so make sure to carry your ID along with you. Call for further details.
There is no dearth of nightclubs in Niagara Falls, the vacation hotspot of New York state. Palmeri's is one of the best of them. A rocking nightclub, it is a preferred stopover when checking out the nightlife in the city. Several bands have performed at this venue making a hot favorite among local teens and music-lovers. Metal, pop and rock music are all played here.
Club Mardi Gras is considered the ultimate party experience in Niagara Falls and the premier nightclub in the city. This club, which has the reputation of being one of Niagara Fall's sexiest bars, was one of the settings for a Girls Gone Wild video. This clubbing bar is located right on Clifton Hill, about a block from the Niagara Falls. You will find patrons from both sides of the border, as the legal drinking age in Canada is 19. Friday night is ladies night, with no cover charge for ladies, and Saturday night has been dubbed, Sexy Saturdays. You can sign up for the VIP list via Facebook to find out about their latest events.
Want to spend your night grooving to funky tunes and rubbing shoulders with the hip and trendy? Head straight to Rumours for a fun-filled experience that will rock your soul. Check out their string of theme nights that are laced with foot-thumping music that will keep you coming back for more. Swing to DJ tunes or invent your own as you attend one of the famous parties organized here. Laser shows, TV screens and brilliant acoustics ensure that you have a gala time. Happy hours, special events and fine music are lined up by the dozen to keep you entertained through and through. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
The Dragonfly is one of the swankiest nightclubs in Niagara Falls where names such a Paul Oakenfold, Lady Gaga, DJ Tiesto and more have played. Yes, they do have a dress code but what is a dress code when you will get to experience an euphoric time for once in your life. Dragonfly Tuesdays, Ladies Night Fridays and more, Dragonfly is a once in a lifetime experience which should not be missed. For further details check their website.
Prey is one the most happening clubs in Niagara Falls. From funk to techno you will hear it all here. A Club that stays open the whole night for all you hard core party people, who are always looking for an after party, you need not look elsewhere because Prey stays open only for you. A weekend full of fun and excitement is what Prey brings to you. For further information do call them.
This restaurant has long been considered one of the best Italian restaurants in the Greater Buffalo Area. Among the house specialties are spaghetti carbonara, homemade rigatoni, chicken marsala and a Friday-only calamari dinner. Located in Getzville, close to SUNY at Buffalo North Campus, as well as the Buffalo Marriott Niagara Hotel, it claims local families and business people who go out of their way to dine here as tried and true customers.
Earlier known by its location as the Front 54, The Moose & Goose has been a family-operated entertainment house for more then two decades. Essentially a space for live entertainment, there are hardly any Canadian stars who haven't played here. Burton Cummings, Max Webster, Meatloaf, Foreigner and many such artists have all displayed their magic at this place. Student Party Night on Wednesdays are quite happening and very popular among youngsters.
This lounge, the oldest continuously-operating adult entertainment club in Buffalo, has been on the scene since the 1960s. Located in the North Buffalo area, the club is legendary for its non-stop nightly shows. The kitchen is open all night long seven days a week and there is no cover charge. The Colonie Lounge also offers an extensive selection of fine cigars to enjoy along with the entertainment.
Located in the University Heights area near the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, this bar has been presenting some of the best live music in Western New York for more than 25 years. The ambience is cool and laid-back, making it perfect for an evening out with friends who want to have a drink or two while listening to music. Thursday night is hip-hop time. Tickets for all shows are only available at the door, and there is no reserved seating. Most shows begin at 11p. Open from Monday to Saturday from 3pm and Sunday from 1pm.
An old-style lounge, complete with the flickering neon sign, this Elmwood Avenue bar is where lounge lizards gather for 50s-style entertainment as performed by Lance Diamond and his 24-Karat Diamond Band. The show combines the right amount of sleaze and tease to make the drinks flow smoothly. This pro has been at it for over 25 years. Friday is fish-fry night. Otherwise, the food is pub-grub all the way. The lounge is the unofficial headquarters for fans of the GooGoo Dolls, with whom Lance performed in the early days.
This is the spot for those who like small, intimate places where the music and crowd are both hip and stylish. Located in the historic Allentown neighborhood just off of Main Street, this mixed-gay bar may not look like much from the outside but it's rocking most nights of the week with '70s and '80s retro-dance music and top-of-the-line videos. There's a grunge feel to the bar, but the folks are friendly and unpretentious and you're quickly greeted as you walk through the door. Tuesday is 'Gay Showtune Night' and Friday it's two-for-one after 9p.