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Families with little ones will love this 'Western village,' 1...
Folk and blues are deep-running currents in Florida music, and pioneers Ray Charles and Cannonball Adderley both hailed from the state...
New Orleans has a strong theatrical bent; numerous local theater companies and a few large theatrical venues for touring productions frequently stage shows...
Guerneville’s best straight bar, 1 mile east of downtown, is gay-friendly and has a foot-stompin’ jukebox, billiards, riverside beer garden, and several homemade brews...
A local joint serving craftsman cocktails. A stocked calendar of entertainment from live comedy to bands and DJs takes it from feeling like a neighborhood spot early in the evening to something wilder late at night.
With an arsenal of 22 microbrews crafted on the spot, some award-winning, it's no wonder that this is a favorite rendezvous spot. Food includes wood-fired pizzas and pasta (mains $6 to $18)...
Cool and jazzy, this wi-fi hot spot has two pages of cocktails including almost a dozen martinis and affordable ‘Microlounge Micro-plates,’ nibbles that range from crab cake sliders to macadamia nut seared goat cheese.
With pool tables and sports on the flat-screen TVs, this brick house, low-lit dive is a long-running boulevard staple that is less fabulous and more down to earth than most in WeHo. And that can be a very good thing.
Kingston's oldest Irish pub is tucked away in an old stone alley near King St. Traditional British pub fare is served alongside sweet potato fries and poutine, and the $2...
Amid the salsa dance clubs, this South Pacific–themed bar spreads on the kitsch with bamboo-fringed walls and teak floors...
Goth and industrial music is not dead. No, really, we swear. On Friday and Saturday nights, this midtown club spins '80s and '90s retro from new wave to synth-punk and electro grooves. Drinks are unbelievably cheap.
The huge back deck is the place to be on a balmy night. Pub food is served late and goes beyond the usual fish-and-chips cliché. Live music includes acoustic early in the week, morphing to hard-edged stuff at weekends.
If the Meatpacking District fails you, swing by BEast . Under a restaurant, this lounge does organic wines, wild music and 'video nights' pairing DJs and visual artists. It's run by the guys who do Santos Party House.
An eatery that spills easily into a party scene, with an airy Havana-meets-Beijing vibe and a focus on fine sipping tequilas. Or stick with fresh blood-orange or black-plum margaritas, guacamole and chicken tacos.
The Salt Lake City Arts Council (www.slcgov.com/arts) has a complete cultural-events calendar, which lists theater, dance, opera, symphony and free outdoor concerts...
Pearl District Alberta Pro baristas serve made-to-perfection coffee with charm at these two newish locations that showcase different roasts every week and get their fresh pastries from a nearby Pearl district bakery.
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