Burlesque and blues is on the menu at the Market Street Pub and Cabaret on Saturday night.
The Avenue | Nightlife
Some of Gainesville’s top bars and clubs are sweating this summer, and it’s not just because of the heat.
The Swamp, 1642 W. University Ave.
Get out your best skeleton. Gather up your fellow ghosts. It’s time to rise from the dead of your work, whip up your favorite concoctions in the cauldron and celebrate All Hallows’ Eve in the trickiest and treatiest of ways.
Night life in Gainesville is certainly not for the faint of liver.
The first thing Chastity Rose did when he came to Gainesville for college was find the nearest gay bar.
Gainesville Community Playhouse’s membership director Susan Christophy hosted the Playhouse’s first Director’s Showcase on Saturday at the Vam York Theater at 4039 NW 16th Blvd.
World of Beer is the newest bar in Newberry that boasts more than 500 bottles and 40 drafts from around the globe. After its grand opening Monday, May 6, this watering hole was christened into, and perhaps now leads the ranks of, the top places to satisfy a thirsty, variety-craving beer palate.
Last August, I was working in Cologne, Germany, when I approached the hostess stand of an outdoor drinking area and asked, in my best possible German, “Ist das ein Biergarten?” (Worth noting: I speak terrible German.)
Singing at the top of their lungs “Oops! ... I Did It Again,” “Material Girl” and “What Makes You Beautiful,” six girls stood — microphones in hand — belting, laughing and dancing the night away.
The fog-kissed air vibrated as the bass from the subwoofers melted into atmosphere through green and pink flaring lights, as it does every Saturday night at Spannk.
When Bam Margera comes to Gainesville, he drinks PBR and brings his best friends.
Located at 211 W. University Ave., Flashbacks Lounge opened in June and is now serving an extensive list of 38 shots. Prices range from $4 to $7 for two shots.