2489 George Busbee Parkway , Kennesaw, GA, US, 30144
- Phone: (770) 499-9200
- Fax: (770) 499-7173
This Atlanta classic has evolved with Atlanta, and once hosted great African American performers such as Ray Charles, Arethra Franklin and James Brown. Today The Royal Peacock hosts reggae nights and some of the wildest dance nights in town. Apart from musicians setting the stage on fire, DJs also provide the tunes to dance to. Call ahead for further details.
Locals love this nightspot for its vibrant underground music scene and lively atmosphere. Connect was established to address the dearth of quality nightlife options in the neighborhood, and has garnered a huge following since its inception. The bi-level establishment offers a hookah lounge, delectable food, varied spirits and a pulsating dance floor. The club attracts some of the best DJs in the party circuit. Fun parties and theme events keep the crowds coming. Check website for more.
Located in Atlanta's Pemberton Place neighborhood, Club Inferno is a friendly and hip place. The dim lighting adds to the elegance of this nightclub. They serve bar food in small plates. The seating is comfortable and the place is perfect for a gathering with friends or for a special occasion. VIP booths are available for those who would like to escape from the noise of the dance floor. Get in touch with the management for more information.
Satiate your appetite as per your taste, as The Sound Table has an international menu! Here you can sit back, relax and enjoy the fabulous music. The venue is open until late and has a plethora of drinks on the menu. Be sure to try one of the cocktail specials, which are sure to please. Come here for a guaranteed night of fun.
A delightful addition to the The Sound Table, Space2 allows the popular club to offer more events and choice to its ever-increasing followers. From live concerts to rocking DJ nights, the space offers an eclectic variety of events. Delectable food options and an extensive array of spirits complete the experience. Check website for more.
The Museum Bar has two marvelous and elegantly designed levels, the upstairs is the dining area and the lower level is the dance floor. The dining area extends to a patio which overlooks the dance floor and provides a great view of the city. The bar area is eclectic and is equipped with a lot of options. The bartenders and the serving staff are quite cooperative. Try the contemporary cuisine offered while enjoying the music played by the DJ. The venue is great for a private event. Get in touch with the management for more details.
Located a few doors from the historic Fox Theatre, this funky club is a great post-theater hangout, as well as a fine place to enjoy a mellow evening of jazz. Gritty and authentic all the way, comfortable chairs and cabaret-style seating contribute to a relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy some great music. Full bar service is available, including a great assortment of high quality liqueurs and perhaps the best coffee in Midtown. Churchill Grounds is also home to the best martini, as proclaimed by the local magazine.
A venture of Traxx Clubs International, LLC, XS Ultra Lounge is the newest club in the neighborhood. Deemed as the reviver of the gay nightlife in Midtown, the club features many live events and concerts. Offering a vast menu, fantastic drinks, a great vibe and uber chic interiors, this club doubles up as a bistro between 5p and 10p. Drop in with your gang to hang out at the bistro or wait up till the party begins and test the cool new dance floor. This place is just what you want it to be.
Residing in Midtown, Atlanta, Traxx is the classic enclave of gays and lesbians in the party circuit of Atlanta. The subtle lighting adds an element of sensuality to the explicit shows performed by scantily dressed men and women. Lose yourself in the uninhibited atmosphere and meet people who are bold and beautiful. Heady cocktails and premium drinks promise to further enliven your spirits. Not for the shy and conservative, this club is for those with a wild side.
This 18,000 square-foot (1672.3 square meters) venue, restaurant and good times factory is part of the Spring4th Complex, which includes the Center and the Annex at 728 Spring Street. The Quad is mainly for music events and concerts but it boasts a kitchen for you little piggies.
Friday and Saturdays are party nights for Atlanta's hip and happening crowd when they head to Rain Night Club & Lounge to experience a jovial time. The club hosts DJ nights and concerts by local musicians to move the crowd to the tunes of R&B, Hip-Hop and some Rap as well. These eclectic performances tempt the zealous patrons at Rain to come forward to shake a leg. The vibrant decor, spectacular lights and phenomenal acoustics create a perfect atmosphere for a night-out. What's more, until midnight, your gang of girls can walk in for free! Check website to know more.
Beat the bustling city life by dusk with a glass full of libations at the Atlanta Eagle. Primarily a gay hang-out, the bar is packed with friendly locals and exciting events. The crowd is hep, ambiance cheerful and the service good. Apart from these, the regular events and DJ nights keep you company. A no cover bar, enjoy to the fullest as the music and drinks circumvent you.