Where can you go to dance the night away in Boston? You have plenty of options if you head to the Theatre District. Here’s a look at five of our hautest picks where you can get your dance groove on.
One of Boston's most popular nightclubs can be found in the Theatre District at Royale. Sneakers and flip flops are not permitted at this haute spot where VIPs are treated to exclusive amenities like private bottle service. Don your hautest duds and kick the weekend off right at Royale Fridays and Prime Saturdays. The sleek nightclub also hosts concert performances with haute acts like Lil Jon and House of Pain. Doors open weekends at 10 p.m.
279 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116
2 Cure LoungeCURE Lounge
Stylish and sleek, the interior of Cure Lounge designed by John Stefanon of JFS Design Studio, Inc. captures the dance club's storied history. Back in the day, it was originally designed to be the ladies lounge and orchestra area to the theater. Today, the elegantly designed “Victorian Chic” space. There are two areas to dance the night away--the main lounge and back lounge--so you never feel overcrowded.
246 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116
Pasha Entertainment's haute nightspot heats up the weekends with its high energy crowds and pumping tunes. The 7,000 square foot exclusive lounge has one of the best lighting and sound systems in town. Located in the same building as Nick's Comedy Stop, you can catch a show before heading to ICON for some late night fun.
100 Warrenton Street Boston, MA 02116
4 Emerald LoungeEmerald Lounge
One of Boston's most unique nightclubs can be found tucked inside The Revere Hotel. The Wizard of Oz inspired space with its green bar, sexy sofas and floor-to-ceiling mirrors is the perfect place for a night out on the town. After one sip of a grapefruit cosmo or blueberry vojito, you will soon find out there is no place quite like the home of Emerald Lounge.
200 Stuart Street Boston, MA 02116
5 Bijou Nightclub & LoungeBijou
When the Boston Bijou Theater opened on Washington Street in 1882, its claim to fame was being the first American playhouse lit entirely by electricity. Even more noteworthy, the electrical system was installed and supervised personally by Thomas Edison. Today, Bijou Nightclub still has the same electric vibe in its new digs in Boston’s Theater District. The club is best known for its haute international DJs that rock the night away.
51 Stuart Street Boston, MA 02116