12401 Wake Union Church Rd
Wake Forest, NC 27587-7436
Phone: (919) 556-4007
Fax: (919) 570-0525
12401 Wake Union Church Rd , Wake Forest, NC, US, 27587-7436
- Phone: (919) 556-4007
- Fax: (919) 570-0525
TJ's has one of the largest dance floors in the East to host Bands of all types of music for the best dancing in the Triangle.
Disco Rodeo is a live music venue located in the city of Raleigh. This venue books musicians that range the gambit of music genres. Disco Rodeo doesn't have a website so you'll have to follow your favorite artist to determine when or if they'll play here next. There's ample parking but come early if you want to grab a good spot in which to watch the bands perform. The venue provides both a ground floor and balcony in which to view the performance but it's standing room only. Disco Rodeo is easy to find off of Interstate 440.
"North Carolina's longest running nightclub," this entertainment complex consists of four unique atmosphere under one roof including the Longbranch Saloon, Club Extremes, The Swing Room, and The Retro Room. All of the areas have bars, dance floors, and pool tables.
A complete nightlife and entertainment experience awaits one at Longbranch of Raleigh. An institution in the nightlife of the city, this club did see some hard times when it was shut down for a while, but it did resurrect to add much more to the already thriving night scene of the city. The complex comprises a country bar and concert hall, a nightclub, a disco room, a VIP Lounge, and a sports bar, and is one of the most happening places in the city to catch some of the hottest names in the US music industry. Though there is a strict dress code, once inside, the thrilling music, the scintillating drinks, and the lively atmosphere do make one never want to leave. Call for more information.
A home away from home for fans of beach music, this liquor bar plays a wide variety of beach music from the 1950s and early 1960s ranging from shag to gentle.
The Club Zone, in Raleigh is one of the best night spots in the city. The Club is the residence of a sports club, a video room and a dance floor. No wonder it is the most frequented club by the locals. With three clubs in one, it caters to people of all kinds. The Sports freak can take their retreat in the sports bar wherein they can sip the thrill a game can provide with their drinks. Whereas, the dancing toes can take the lead at the dance floor here, and if this is not what you want to be doing, then sit and relax in the video room for it may have something for you definitely. The Club Zone is also available for private and corporate parties.
Southland Ballroom is a live music and events venue located in the Glenwood South Entertainment District. Promoting all genres of music from its main stage, this venue does one thing and one thing only - show live music that is sure to entertain. Membership is required, although there's no additional fee and signing up is easy from the venue's webpage.
Maximize your Raleigh nightlife experience with a visit to 606 Lounge. Located in the heart of downtown, this club prides itself on theme nights and VIP service. Let the talented bartenders fix you up with a cocktail while the unparalleled sound system takes care of the rest. This location hosts some of the best guest DJs who spin eclectic beats with house and electronic dance genres dominating the scene. Open weekly until 2 A.M., come let your hair down on the sprawling dance floor where psychedelic beams and laser lights create an unforgettable ambiance. The go-to place to party, 606's strong popularity among club-goers and dance enthusiasts is no surprise.
Noir exudes the very mystique and charisma that surrounds its name. This lounge is one of the best places to experience Raleigh by night and entertains the elite set of the city's club-goers. Shimmering drapes dazzle under spotlights while vintage chandeliers punctuate the exposed-brick walls. Velvet couches and antique decor set a tone of old-world glam. The DJ booth boasts guest artists spinning an eclectic mix of the latest beats and top hits. The black bar (it is "Noir" bar after all) features an impressive list of creative cocktails and spirits that make great accompaniments to the night.
A favorite for the after-work crowd, this bar caters to cigar and martini lovers—both connoisseurs and those who aspire to be. Although it doesn't look like much from the outside, it is quite a find for those who want a quiet place to relax, far from the demands of work or the boisterous crowds downtown. The atmosphere is masculine, but not stuffy, and the staff is friendly and offers great service. There is no dress code and, for a small fee, anyone can become a member.
The Gaelic translation of Tír na nÓg means “land of eternal youth.” For anyone who's eaten here, that land also includes great food and a long list of beers. Step through the stone archway into an open warehouse style dining area where simple wooden tables and chairs line the tile floors and brick lines the walls. The Irish Stew shares the menu with a tender pecan encrusted pork loin and Boxty, a traditional Irish potato pancake stuffed with your choice of succulent fillings. Live music fills the air on weekends.
One of Raleigh's hottest night spots, this unique night club features two of most talented and wildly imaginative entertainers performing on two face-to-face grand pianos set on a stage. They perform all of the hits from the 1950s to today.