Bars & Clubs: Club (DJ/Dance)
Memories recently revamped their menu in May 2012, but that’s not the only reason to stop by the Northside restaurant. They provide all sorts of entertainment; from pool tables to karaoke and from live musicians to DJs, there’s something going on six out of seven days a week. And that’s only because they’re closed on Tuesdays.
Mineshaft Saloon is 20 years old and still going strong. It may only be open on the weekends, but that hasn’t stopped the oldest of three bars owned by the Shaft’s proprietors (the other two are Rock Lobster and Average Joe’s Sports Pub). There are new drink specials every week, and the music is always loud. Complete with the sounds of ‘70s and ‘80s retro hits and today’s hottest dance and college radio tunes, the Mineshaft is always rockin’.
If you want to hear live music in an unpretentious venue, with everyone from hippies to frat boys to bikers, the Mousetrap is your place. Entry is usually free, although a charge of $3 or $5 is sometimes imposed depending on the show. Renovations over the last few years have yielded an increase in the size of the dance floor, yet the space is always packed with the Trap’s diverse and uninhibited clientele. The EDM-themed Altered Thurzdaze draws those who are seeking heavy bass and industrial groove music, while jam bands on Fridays and Saturdays draw, well, everyone else.
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