Arts & Entertainment: Music Venues
Since it opened in Lorain's struggling old downtown in 1999, Ghoulardi's has been a beacon of hope -- and a tourist attraction for fans paying homage to its horror-host namesake.
This small room is red and black-lit, and the music is loud enough that you can feel the beat but hear the staff talk. 21 and over, casual dress code.
The Grog is one of the prime places in town to hear hot indie, punk, and pop bands. It’s hosted a ton of buzz bands on their way up, as well as some of the best locals.
Khakis and earthtones all around at this suburban restaurant, which hosts low-key happy hours and relaxing live jazz and blues
It’s all about beer, bikers, and badass tunes at this popular Ohio City hangout.
This cozy suburban tavern looks and feels like a British pub, even with four big screens and a tight stage.
With one stage, this small club is dark, but glows with purple blacklights. The music is mostly hip-hop, with room for the dancers' suggestions. Sports are always on in the background. No cover, 21+, casual.
You're more likely to hear "Let's Get It On" than "Girls Girls Girls" at this palpably upscale gentlemen's club, where the dancers are totally nude. 21 and over, dress code upscale.
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