200 Southgate Dr.
Pelham, AL 35124
Phone: (205) 982-9800
Fax: (205) 982-0525
200 Southgate Dr., Pelham, AL, US, 35124
- Phone: (205) 982-9800
- Fax: (205) 982-0525
Gyros and wrap sandwiches at very reasonable prices are the big draw here, although Aladdins' menu is as diverse as they come. Dinner specials include gyros, garden vegetable pitas, fish, falafel and burgers. Hummus, French fries and tabouli salad are among the sides. Beer and wine are available by the bottle, but the iced tea flavored with mint is the drink of choice.
Catch local and touring bands at this small club located two blocks north of the Five Points West entertainment district. Zydeco also serves up some of the city's best bar food (Creole and Cajun) along with cocktails and draft beer. You can also enjoy the upstairs patio, pool tables and video games. Zydeco's got the perfect venue trifecta: games, food, and live bands.
The Nick is not much to look at from the outside; the flat, featureless building covered with handbills almost appears abandoned. But closer inspection reveals that the handbills are all for upcoming gigs scheduled at this 21+ rock nightclub. No food is served, but there is a full bar. The cover charge varies depending on the night's entertainment. The Nick has a private club license so it can remain open past the city's required closing time of 2am. Most nights, The Nick closes “whenever we want,” according to one of the managers. Credit cards are accepted for bar purchases, but not for cover charges.
Platinum of Birmingham is considered to be one of the best entertainment complexes in Birmingham, with 14,000 square feet of total entertainment catering to everyone's senses. A live, in-house DJ spinning the latest beats on the radio charts and the wonderful sound system is an acoustic treat. The facility also has three bars serving a variety of liquid refreshers and spirits and also an open-air patio. Besides the regular events held here, this place also organizes private functions and corporate events.
When all else in Southside closes for the night, Nana Funks livens things up with eclectic music and an energetic crowd. This bar opens a lot later than other places in the neighborhood and is a big draw among club goers. Shoot some pool at the back or head straight to the dance floor where the DJ spins a mix of R&B, pop, rap and hip-hop hits from the 1970s and onwards. Lively until the wee hours and always buzzing with patrons, a visit here ensures a great nightlife experience in Alabama.
Ona's nightclub offers a variety of musical entertainment with an emphasis on jazz, blues and soul. The popular club is roomy, with seating for more than 100 patrons. A bar offers additional space for singles and those who prefer tall stools. The room is dimly lit and subtly decorated in black to direct attention to the stage and the dance floor in front of it. Patrons tend to wear semi-formal attire consisting of sports coats, slacks and dresses. This club is available for private parties and offers a happy hour.
The Furnace is Brimingham's Premium Gentleman's Night Club offering a complete package with beautiful women, good food and cool drinks. Come to this place to watch the city's best women dancers groove to the beats. There is a full service bar, a VIP lounge, state-of-the-art lighting and some terrific gourmet menu. Besides regular special events held at the club, this place is also rented out to the public for hosting parties and events. VIP members can get access to the best parties at the club and to a number of services at reasonable prices.