The Best Clubs in Boston

By Dustin Ek
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When you want to live young and wild, you head for a nightclub. A night out partying, dancing, and getting stupid drunk can be just as memorable as a fancy meal at the best restaurants in Boston or a picture-perfect evening on one of the best rooftop bars in Boston. Enter the best clubs in Boston. From longtime mainstays with big-name DJs to incredibly fun, local hangouts, these clubs all but guarantee fun times with friends. And, since you’ll likely need a little pick-me-up the next day, here is a list of the best clubs in Boston.

  1. Royale – Royale has been known for big bashes since its previous incarnation as the Roxy. The club hosts national-level music acts, and the club kids flock here on weekends to dance the night away. The massive room has a grand stage, an elegant marble foyer, cushy seating nooks, a fantastic sound system, a festive light show, VIP balconies, and more.
  2. Icon – Icon is one of the city’s most breathtaking club spaces – more than 7,000 square-feet of hip design with a state of the art sound and lighting system. On Friday and Saturday nights, the cool crowd lines up to dance the night away to DJ-supplied tunes; expect a mash-up of Latin, house and hip-hop.
  3. Good Life – One of several spots that have helped to drag downtown Boston out of late-night wasteland, Good Life caters to many different scenes. On a given night, the DJs may be spinning top-40 hits, underground hip hop, Latin remixes or cutting-edge electronic music. Don’t like the scene upstairs? Head down to the more intimate subterranean lounge area. During the day, area workers stop in for a drink and a bite. Lengthy menus for lunch and dinner are packed with a range of upscale comfort items.
  4. Middlesex Lounge – At this eclectic nightspot near Central Square, DJs spin the best vintage hip-hop, classic electro, and underground dance. More of a lounge than a full-on nightclub, Middlesex has an ever-changing configuration; the room is filled with metal benches on wheels that can be artfully arranged for any number of situations. Check with the venue to learn about electronic nights, queer dance parties, and special guests.
  5. Phoenix Landing – While some know the Phoenix Landing as Cambridge’s busiest soccer bar, the space really comes alive at night, when the pub-like space transforms into an old-school dance spot. The floor is tiny, but the variety of tunes is huge. Keep an eye out for popular 80s nights, plus DJs spinning hip-hop, reggae, house, techno, new wave, dubstep, and more.
  6. Bijou – Bijou caters to an upscale, international crowd with a range of big-name, international DJs. Arrive early (around 10 or 11pm) if you don’t want to wait on line—or worse, not get in at all. The space is small and intimate, but often loud and crowded. Check the website for upcoming appearances by big-name acts.
  7. Venu – Venu is known for sky-high cover charges and expensive drinks, but for those who have the cash, entry is worth it. A good time is all but guaranteed. Entourage Saturdays are the night to be here, and you should probably arrive early and dress to impress in order to improve your odds of getting in.
  8. Tunnel – The nightclub resembles a tunnel inside some sort of futuristic space vessel. Done up in sleek decor, with curvy couches and multi-colored ceiling lighting, Tunnel is also visually striking. The champagne menu is extensive and expensive, but other drinks are more reasonable. Arrive early for an easier chance of getting in, and sometimes there’s reduced admission for early entry.
  9. Beehive – The Beehive often resembles a nightclub for grown-ups—of which there are precious few in this town. The bohemian, jazz-centric supper club allows folks of a certain age to dine, drink and then dance in a laid-back, permissive setting where there’s no cover or dress code. While jazz is the main musical genre, on any given night you can also expect blues, electronica, reggae, Latin, cabaret and burlesque.
  10. Cure Lounge – Part of the nightclub family that also includes Venu and Icon, Cure is a glam spot located in an historic theater basement. The colored ceiling lighting makes it feel like you’re dancing inside a Rubik’s Cube. Wednesday is the club’s weekly gay and lesbian dance party, and weekend nights see DJs come in to keep the party going.
  11. Wonder Bar – Located in the middle of Boston’s student epicenter (it’s near BU and BC, among others), Wonder Bar goes from classy during the day to clubby at night. DJs transform it into a dance club that keeps the energy up until closing time at 2am.
  12. dbar – This former Dorchester pub now has a dark wood interior, a lengthy martini list, and an upscale menu. After 10pm on weekends, the smoke machines, lights and rib-shaking subwoofers come on, and suddenly the space belongs to lively, gay-leaning crowds for karaoke Fridays and “Magnum Saturdays.”
  13. Ned Devine’s Irish Pub – During the week, Ned Devine’s is simply a cozy Irish pub serving fish and chips, award-winning clam chowder, corned beef, Guinness onion soup, and other pub favorites. On the weekends, it transforms into popular nightlife spot with live music and dancing.
  14. Wally’s – For sheer history and ambiance there’s no beating Wally’s. Since 1947, this unassuming South End spot has been the premier showcase for Boston jazz talent, including plenty of students from Berklee, the Boston Conservatory and the New England Conservatory of Music. The drinks are strong and reasonably priced. No matter the day of the week, it’s invariably jazzy, often inventive and always without a cover charge

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