South Florida Nightlife
After dinner, enjoy one or more of the South Florida’s many night clubs or bistros, or relax in a quiet piano bar. There are many different types of nightlife and entertainment from which to choose.
Palm Beach Nightlife
Palm Beach County has some of the best night clubs offering everything from country western to progressive, jazz, contemporary or oldies music. From comedy shows, live theater, concerts and movies to a simple stroll on the beach, the county has something to suit everyone’s pace.
Club Safari is a high-energy nightclub in the Palm Beach Gardens Marriott. E.R. Bradley’s Saloon, with its casual, tropical atmosphere, overlooks the Intracaostal waterway on Flagler Drive, at the foot of Clematis Street in West Palm Beach. Other Clematis Street nightspots, where you can dance the night away, include Daddy O’s, Dax, Zazu City Grille, My Martini, and the Respectable Street Cafe.
Every Thursday evening, “Clematis at Night” is celebrated by hundreds of people in the Centennial Square at Clematis Street. Different bands are featured each week, and arts and crafts booths plus food vendors help to liven up the night.
E.R. Bradley’s Saloon on Palm Beach is a converted 1920’s gambling casino that has been turned into a popular Palm Beach ‘watering hole.’ And of course, Chuck & Harold’s and Testa’s on Royal Poinciana Blvd. are other favorite night spots.
Boca Raton Nightlife
Live entertainment and dancing can be enjoyed at most of Boca’s top-quality restaurants such as Pete’s, Nick’s Italian Fishery, and Carmen’s at the top of the Raddison Bridge Hotel, plus nightclubs at Club Boca, Gatsby’s Boca, Musicana Supper Club, and Fahrenheit 131. Also enjoy late-night dacing at the sophisticated, trendsetting Mezzanotte.
Delray Beach Nightlife
Delray Beach’s Erny’s Supper Club is the foremost night spot for live entertainment, featuring big bands nights and jazz combos. Boston’s on the Beach has a Reggee band on Mondays nights, and Rock & Roll/Top 40 music Tuesday thru Sunday.