Black Swan Inn, an Ascend Collection Hotel
435 Laurel Street
Lee, MA 01238
Phone: (413) 243-2700
Fax: (413) 637-0798
Dance the night away at Diva's Nightclub.
The deep red colored lights of this club will grab your attention. Comfortable yet lively ambiance of Red Square will simply not make you want to leave this place. A great music venue to relax and lounge, Red Square offers live music and is privy to several bands every week. Some of the bands playing at this venue include Eclectic Method, The Nightmare River Band, The Have Nots and the Future Rock. A great place to hold private parties, this club undoubtedly attracts the city's hip and young crowd.
So, it is Saturday night, and you and your friends decide to head out for a fun night, but you cannot reach a consensus on the kind of place you want to head to. Some of you want to head to a live music bar, while others want to dance the night away in a club. What do you do in such a situation? Well, you head to Jillian's of Albany. A complete entertainment experience awaits you here; a bar, a nightclub, and concert space all rolled into one. Spread over three floors, Jillian's of Albany is packed with the promise of a memorable night out. See the website or call to know more.
LGBT crowds consistently rate Oh Bar as one of the best bars in the city and county of Albany. Inside, the friendly barkeeps and staff are always in lively good spirits, and although its primarily a gay club, there is a mix of people. The bar stocks a full panoply of liquor and jukebox keeps everyone entertained. It's location on Lark Street also makes it easy to find for most people who undoubtedly come to this area to revel in the nightlife.
Fuze Box is located on Central Avenue in what used to be a old-fashioned hamburger joint that was built during the 1930s. The club maintains the vintage charm with chrome fixtures, a bar at the original lunch counter and plush, red sparkly booths. Definitely a one-of-a-kind find, the music here features tons of live local acts as well as some more established ones.
One of the most popular gay bars in the city, ROCKS welcomes all, with great drinks and entertaining events on offer. Each day of the week, there is something lined up for your pleasure, from drag shows, to karaoke nights, and special events, so you can party your way into the wee hours of the morning. Do contact the venue for more information on upcoming events and other details.
This LGBT club located right across the street from Washington Park is known for its drag shows and theme nights. To start off the week, Mondays provide karaoke, the middle of the week has the popular 'Wacky Weds Drag Show' and two dance floors on Friday nights keep the place packed with people. Other nights vary in entertainment depending on schedule, including live music and DJs spinning.
The Low Beat is the regeneration of the beloved bar Valentine's that moved over from New Scotland Avenue after so many years. Nonetheless, the new incarnation is still under the knowledgeable people who ran the last spot, so guests won't be disappointed. Indie rock is the primary source of sound in this small venue, however on occasions, live hip-hop and DJ sets take the stage. The Low Beat also serves simple pub grub like burgers and fries, and the beer list is extensive, it consists of a dizzying array of micro-brews.
A typical, albeit a little shady, nightclub, Bogie’s is where you can find drinks and music come together to make for a good night out. The club plays host to musicians from all across the country, thus being a popular music venue in the city. Although, the crowd can get a little rough after many drinks have been had, so beware. Call for more details.
This restaurant's name says it all--Booze, Blues and BBQ. Theodores' was given a Keeping the Blues Alive award and named the Best Blues Club in the Country in 2004 by the Blues Foundation, so you know this is the place to come for some real, authentic Blues. But that's not all you'll find here! Make sure not to miss out on the menu, featuring everything from individual pizzas, to Gumbo, and of course, lots of amazing Barbecue. And don't skip the drinks either, try the World's Greatest Margarita or Bayou Punch. Theodores' is just a little taste of the Deep South in New England.
The Fat Cat Bar & Grill is located in the heart of Springfield's Club Quarter. Featuring two floors of bar, the upstairs of which has a lounge type feel to it, the Fat Cat also has an outside area for smokers or those who just want to catch some fresh air. Featuring live music during the week and weekends, the Fat Cat is a good place to stop during a night on the town.
The Club Quarter is the center of Springfield nightlife. Located at Stearns Square and the surrounding area, the Club Quarter covers approximately 10 blocks of good food, stiff drinks, and great dancing. Home to over 40 of Springfield's hottest restaurants and nightclubs, the Club Quarter is the place to head for a fun night out.