3440 S. Decker Lake Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84119
Phone: (801) 975-1888
Fax: (801) 973-7192
Paper Moon in Salt Lake City stands as proof that the lesbian community is alive and well in Utah. Most of the female clientèle are involved and impassioned about important social issues, but this seriousness never prevents a good time from being had by all. Dozens of activities such as cheap date nights dot the calendar and party people can enjoy a light meal and an alcoholic beverage while talking with friends, old and new.
Visit MoDiggity's - the premier sports bar in U.S, exclusively for women. Boogie all night with a daily dose of live music at this place that's popular with gay women. Reserve a non-smoking lounge that offers you a intimate space for you and your partner.
In The Venue is a local hangout for youngsters, since live punk and rock music shows are held frequently here. Cover charges vary according to events, but are usually not too high. With cheap well drinks, grab the first round for you and your group of friends and hit up the pool tables. Simple and unpretentious, this bar and music venue make for a popular hangout in Salt Lake City among the young crowd.
Another one of the members only club, The Woodshed has a stage for performers and patio for patrons to sit back and relax. Smoking is not allowed here and you can enjoy some fresh air on the spacious patio. Games for the pool kinds and drinks for the spirited ones, this place even has a karaoke night on Sundays and Ladies Night happens on Wednesdays,
Liquid Joe's is a very popular hangout for anyone who likes to hear good music while playing pool, dancing and drinking beer. The dance floor is fairly large and suitable for swing dancing or general jumping around. Bands from all around perform here, as well as local groups with a good following. On most nights there is a live show happening. A number of domestic and imported beers are on tap. Cover charges are subject to a change, depending on who is performing.
Club Sound promises guests upbeat music to groove till the wee hours. A multi-level space, this venue is well-equipped with funky interiors to further add to the vibrant ambiance. A gay-friendly place, this club is also a great spot to socialize with a cool crowd over premium drinks. Expect the best in electronic music spun by DJs. Apart from an indulgent partying scene, Club Sound hosts gigs and concerts by upcoming artists and bands on a regular basis.
Area 51 is a spacious two-story dance club that appeals to the young and stylish crowd. The nightclub features two dance floors, two full-bars, outside patio, pool tables, dart boards and abundant seating area—so you can have fun even if you don't feel like dancing. At the bar, booze and cocktails keep flowing through the night and the music played spans different genres. Theme-parties, karaoke and concert events are held on Friday and Saturday night at the venue. The private club is for members only and admits only those over 18 years of age.
Metro Bar with its industrial decor, themed nights, DJs and live music is a popular nightclub and bar in town. Though it is a gay club, everyone is welcome to have a good time here. Dance to house, hip-hop, metal and dance tracks at the trendy spot. There is no entry fee till 10.30p. Eclectic lighting, VIP rooms with individual bars and giant televisions at the bar area are some of the features of this place.
From the champagne corks affixed to the ceiling to the bright pink bathrooms, this club is impressive and playfully decorated. The club has comfortable overstuffed chairs to lounge in, as well as a vast dance floor. The dress code is comfortable and casual, but jeans are not allowed. The music ranges from live swing, blues and jazz, to DJs mixing techno and dance music. A full service bar and valet are available.
The Jeanne Wagner Theater was born out of a community need that was recognized by The Performing Arts Coalition. Wagner, a businessman built this theater in memory of his beloved wife Jeanne. This large theater opened on March 31, 2001, and hosts concerts, plays and musicals, and is a part of Rose Wagner Center and the Salt Lake County Center for the Arts.
In the popular Pierpont district is where you will find this club. A charge of $10 will get you a temporary membership, but if you will be in the area for an extended length of time, a $35 annual fee will save you some money in the long run. But, even if you have a membership, you may not get in. A strictly enforced dress code of designer duds may keep you out in the cold. Put on your best (dresses, button-down shirts, and jackets) and dance the night away.
This staple of downtown Salt Lake City has been a local favorite for well over a decade and continues to grow in popularity. More than just your average dive bar, the Cheers to You establishment features themed nights like karaoke on Fridays, the Mug Club for those who'd like to keep their steins in a safe place, pool tables, televisions to catch the latest game and big wide booths for you and your friends to cram into. The food is classic pub grub with offerings like meatball subs and local restaurants that will even deliver!