See how the VIPs live at Rockstar Cleveland, the upstairs bar at Peabody's. A DJ's always on duty, it's usually Rock Night, and touring rock stars regularly drop in after their concert.
Overlooking the mouth of the Cuyahoga, this upscale restaurant hosts occasional jazz shows.
The cavernous club formerly known as Kaos and Lucic’s is now Scripts, an upscale hip-hop club with a panoramic view of the Cuyahoga
The former Cabaret Dada comedy troupe is now Something Dada, with a new cabaret in the Tower Press Building.
Take one part cowboy bar, one part nightclub, add a booze staple from south of the border, and one mechanical bull. Mix, and you’ve got a night at the Ranch. Its endearing identity crisis draws a wide pool of customers — from Stetson-sporters to club ravers.
Red on red on red, Tramp makes the Moulin Rouge look like a grade school dance. While loud techno blares, patrons are encouraged to make full use of the club's numerous dancer runway poles.
A mainstay of Tremont nightlife, the Treehouse is part Irish pub, part Keebler Elf hideout (the centerpiece cast-iron tree is only the most conspicuous of the place's arboreal details). Acoustic acts, often with an Irish bent, play on Sundays.
Bounce’s companion bar-restaurant used to be Union Station.
This roomy club specializes in the latest pop, rock, and dance jams. There’s no pretension here — just DJs slapping booty-shaking tunes on the tables all night.
Stride past its unassuming exterior and you’ll find that the Tango Room is all about elegance — that, and impeccably well-mixed drinks. Live music revolves around standards, piano jazz, and laid-back jams that go down just as smooth as the cocktails.
The sleek View features a variety of club and dance music, with a tempo that increases as the night goes on. Ever-changing lights help shift the vibe from hour to hour. Need fresh air? Step out on the rooftop patio.
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