3901 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
Phone: (650) 493-2760
Fax: (650) 494-7833
3901 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA, US, 94306
- Phone: (650) 493-2760
- Fax: (650) 494-7833
Alberto's is a Latin nightclub that offers salsa, tango, bachata, and more. Lessons are often available before the club opens, so beginners and the experienced alike can come to practice their moves. Live bands are occasionally featured. Bring a partner or come alone! Call or visit their website to view their schedule and hours.
If you are looking for an entertainment package, nothing can be better than the Bay Area Palladium; this place houses a nightclub, restaurant, bar and a concert hall inside it. You can fill yourself on the delicious fare at the restaurant and then head to the bar or the nightclub to get a taste of their amazing live events or dance to the tunes of the DJ. If music is your preference, this place also has several concerts held here regularly. To know more, check the website.
Pure Lounge is one of the most popular venues in Downtown Sunnyvale. This gorgeous place is a unique blend of a swanky nightclub, a magnificent bar and an awesome entertainment space. This snappy night spot is done up ostentatiously and is glamorous enough to attract some of the most glitzy, upscale events and celebrations. The bar churns out sensational drinks while the DJ stations spin out totally rad tunes - these belong to diverse genres like EDM, Trance and Top 40s. Pure also hosts internationally acclaimed artists from time to time. Needless to say, Pure Lounge is home to some of the hippest and the most happening parties in Sunnyvale. Check their website for the upcoming events.
Club Caliente is a perfect place to enjoy a lively evening with a group of your friends or colleagues. The place serves delicious cocktails, beers and other spirits, and drinks are quite reasonably priced. The club houses two floors, the top floor has a spacious seating area which resembles more like a balcony and as you look down you can see the large dance floor, there are a couple of seats along the dance floor too. The waiters here are very friendly and serve you promptly. They hosts live music by local bands and music is always great!
French Quarter was a popular club on Murphy Avenue in Sunnyvale, but has since moved to this location in Ramada Inn. One can enjoy a number of events such as DJ nights, live music, ladies nights, flashback themed parties and a lot more. The bartender will mix you a mean cocktail in no time, and you can spend the night grooving to the catchy tunes.
Head towards this countryside concert venue to enjoy some head banging, along with many other rock fans. Various events are held at Saddle Rack throughout the year. If you think you don't have the right moves while partying, then join one of the dance classes conducted here. They teach you dances specific to the occasion. While you are dressing up be careful to stick to the long list of rules on your attire given on the website.
This blues joint has been around forever, and nearly everyone who is anyone in the world of blues has played here. It is a tiny, casual sort of place with photos of jazz greats and other celebrities covering the walls. Come into this long, skinny music venue and drown your sorrows while bluesmen of all ages crank it out on stage to fans from all over the Bay Area. Admission varies by event.
The Rodeo Club is one of the most sought after nightclubs in San Jose. This place is popular for its country music and with performances by people like Jamie O'Neal and Blue County, quite deservingly so. Dance floors and well-stocked bars are a huge crowd pullers. On those nights where no live performances take place, their DJs make sure to keep you in a party mood.
Call it a dive if you want but there are quite a few televisions with sports on all day, and the place is usually pretty crowded with some fairly upscale types. You can play darts, pool or trivia games on the video machine. This is a fun, safe place, especially for women going solo. The music is pretty awesome and the service is quite nice too! Right in the heart of downtown Campbell's more upscale venues, this is a popular haunt.
The Blank Club is the only punk rock nightclub in San Jose. A full on live gig venue, it was voted as 'Silicon Valley's Best Live Music Club' of 2003 and 2004. The clubs silver tinged stage bursts with energy and the fans pack in week after week. Every band in the San Jose area as well as other bands from the state have played here at least once or twice. The drinks are cheap and the atmosphere is divey and intimate which makes this place a haunt for friends as well as couples. The place has impeccable acoustics, hence no matter where you are in the club you can enjoy the music loud and clearly. They're closed on Sundays and Mondays.
For the inveterate hedonist and the pure fun-loving, this swanky nightclub is the place to head to for a night of heady partying. Extravagant lighting and a cutting edge sound system team up with plush interiors complete with ornate mirrors, Gothic columns and polished vintage couches, to create an upscale and trendy ambiance. The place offers VIP mezzanines, ultra-lounge areas, a catwalk dance floor and multiple stages. As the DJs churn out awesome tracks, hit the floor and dance your stress away. If you are not the boogieing type, then get a drink for yourself from one of the many bars in the place, and just be.
There is no better example of the cultural melting pot that is the Bay Area than this hip and happening spot. The Lido Club boasts of a Vietnamese dance club upstairs and a Mexican bar downstairs. You can decide for yourself how to operate while inside the place. Enjoy the Salsa music downstairs or, if dressed appropriately (the strict fashion police here have high standards), spin the night away on the dance floor upstairs.