2717 West March Lane
Stockton, CA 95219
Phone: (209) 477-5576
Fax: (209) 477-5968
2717 West March Lane, Stockton, CA, US, 95219
- Phone: (209) 477-5576
- Fax: (209) 477-5968
Indulge in premium cigars, fine wines, liqueurs, and cognacs while at this lounge that is filled with elegant furnishings, including overstuffed love seats and armchairs, and offers a large selection of premium cigars, complemented by a complete list of wines, cognacs, liqueurs, single malt scotches, whiskeys, beer, water, and sodas.
A 30's era show house that offers some of the country's best live entertainment, as well as stand up comedy featuring some the of the nation's best comedians every Friday and Saturday night.
This bar has a big city, nightclub feel and offers DJ mixes, pool nights, and great mixed drinks.
Described as the "Cheers" of Livermore, this small local pub puts the emphasis on feeling comfortable and having fun. This friendly neighborhood saloon has several types of beer on tap, as well as pool, darts, and a new 50+" big screen TV. The Saloon also has live music, karaoke, barbeques, and sports specials, which includes breakfast during early games.
You're sure to fall in love with this place if you are a party animal. Vinnie's comes alive at night with DJs spinning the latest tracks. It's better to reach the bar early and reserve your seats as the place starts getting crowded later. Enjoy a wide variety of well concocted cocktails with chicken wings and Thai sauce. Every night the bar has a different theme like karaoke, salsa dancing and blues night. There are dartboards and pool tables to try your hands at while sipping your drink. The bar opens daily at 11a.
This biker bar is the place to go for Blues. The club jumps on the weekends when powerhouse Bay Area acts perform. Wednesday nights are always interesting, when members of the audience are invited to jam with the house band. The cover charge depends on the event. Tip: Take a cab; the parking lot is very small.
Looking for a way to dance your self back to the 80's? There's a club in Sacramento that you won't want to miss. The Press Club features an eclectic blend of 80's electro, house, and rock along with more modern selections of Goth and Punk. Offering drink specials throughout the week, at The Press Club you'll just have to pay a small amount for dancing to the music that's sure to keep you on your feet. Afraid of the same nightly mix? Fear not, because at The Press Club there are special events every evening. On Tuesday you'll hear your favorite 80's electro and on Sunday you can top off your weekend with free live music starting at 3p. For information on special upcoming events, visit their website.
Built in total urban fashion, this upscale bar is frequented by the city's rich and famous. Bars and lounges within the venue are always packed with action. Resident DJs play rock and hip hop for the guests to dance to. Occasionally, there are performances by famous bands and music groups or even fashion shows held. Festival bashes are great at the Empire Event Center and attracts huge crowds.
When it comes to live local music, "Old I" is a Sacramento icon. Many famous bands started here, including Cake, Catfish and the Crawdaddies, and Mick Martin. Sometimes crowded, sometimes intimate, this bar features historical photos on the wood-paneled walls. The stage is in an adjoining room so patrons can usually find a booth in which to talk over the music if they choose. Full bar service is available.
The Distillery is the place to go for a drink, meet people, enjoy live bands and eat a great steak dinner. The entrees consist of large, hot and juicy steaks sure to delight any dedicated carnivore. Wednesday through Saturdays, guests are entertained by tunes from some of the areas top bands, singers and musicians. Despite the close quarters, the sound is great. The music ranges from rock to punk and reggae.
Here, the liquados are swirling delicacies brimming with juices of fresh cranberries, strawberries, limes, mangoes and a rainbow of other flavors in either a milk or orange juice base. The menu features healthy vegetarian sandwiches and soups for lunch or dinner. Every Thursday evening is devoted to poetry recitals, which can range from competitive slam style spoken word events to serious poets offering innovative lyrics. Wednesday-Saturday evenings feature local musicians in concert.
Face it... this is a popular place to meet someone for an encounter, however brief. Actually, the four bars and two dance floors cater to a mixed and easy-going, straight, gay and lesbian crowd. The busiest nights are Wednesday and Thursday. Face it has a ladies' night, karaoke and country line dancing. Check out the patio, a popular spot for meeting people and smoking.