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Long Island Nightlife

Long Island Nightlife

Long Island has one the best nightclubs and bars where people can enjoy live music and cocktails. It has various cocktail lounges where people taste their favorite food like lobsters, shrimps, and steaks with beers and wines. This island has many nightclubs and you will get a nightclub of your taste. You can go to many places after hours and relax yourselves.

Long Island has many nightclubs and pubs where people go to party and enjoy entire night. Long Island has various nightclubs, comedy clubs, gay clubs, gentlemen’s club, pool halls, sports bars, and bowling alleys. Some of the nightclubs are Napper Tandy Irish pub, Matty T’s Roadhouse, Sambuca nightclub, and The Black Rock Tavern – Yaphank.

Some of the comedy clubs include Brokerage comedy club, Gateway comedy center, Governers comedy cabaret, and McGuires’ comedy club. Other hot spots include Vittorio’s restaurant and wine bar, 21 Main Steak House, and The Crow’s nest restaurant and Inn.

You can let lose and hang out by dancing indoors at various pubs or do ballroom dance outdoors while enjoying moonlight. Long Island has many hip dance clubs where fashionable tourists unwind themselves by bumping and grinding on the dance floor. The White House nightclub is one of the oldest nightclubs in Long Island. It was first opened in the year 1750. Recently, this nightclub has been declared as the largest nightclub on Long Island.

If you are looking for a bar that has classy interior with walls having sponge painting on it and comfortable furniture, then you can think of Port Jazz. On weekends, this bar has traditional jazz performers performing folk music. Bob Buchmann’s Radio Grill has one of the best DJ’s in Long Island. This bar has local and national bands that perform here once in a week.

If you want to have mouth-watering appetizers like smoked sausages, BBQ shrimp and chicken, then you should stop at Paula Jean’s supper club. Da Funky phish, as the name suggests is a night spot that includes band performance that play original tunes. The crowds of this bar include college going people and young professionals. One can enjoy reggae and rock music with wines and beers of their own choice.

Most of the nightclubs have their own dress code. They want the people to enjoy their party and follow discipline along with entertainment. B.K Sweetney, Croxley Ales, Reese’s 1900, and O’Mally’s have their dress code as casual whereas Black Forest Brew Haus, and John Harvard Brewe have their dress code as business casual.