1800 Hill Road North
Pickerington, OH 43147
Phone: (614) 575-9900
Fax: (614) 575-9909
1800 Hill Road North, Pickerington, OH, US, 43147
- Phone: (614) 575-9900
- Fax: (614) 575-9909
World of Beer offers an extensive beer selection in a comfortable and upbeat setting. You can enjoy live music.
Featuring an Art Deco interior, this around-the-clock place is for those who love to play games, whether the urge overtakes them during the day or late into the night. There is plenty of room to accommodate those who love billiards and bowling, as well as a dance floor that features the sounds of top 40 tunes. Classic American soups, salads, and sandwiches are also served.
Live music by local, regional, and national acts is featured Thursday through Saturday nights at this night spot that also offers a patio for entertainment beneath the stars that is open from May through September.
Popularly known as The Venue on Front, Karma nightclub could be regarded as a house of hip-hop and blues music that rules the roost. A frequent spot for youngsters and night revelers, the club also comprises of a bar which is well stocked with a variety of beverages. An ideal place for a late night party, call for more information.
Park Street Patio is a place to party. Serving up pitchers of beer and sangria, there are equally welcoming indoor and outdoor areas for guests to enjoy. There is also live music, drink specials, and $5 pizza. Park Street Patio certainly has a university feel to it, but there are people of all ages looking to have a good time.
A & Music Bar is one of those venues where you know you will always be seeing a magnificent show. In addition to the great live music, this bar also serves up an exceptional pizza pie. The party continues even on nights without live music, with DJs and music video screenings providing the evening's soundtrack.
Brothers Drake Meadery produces wines made from locally sourced wildflower honey. At their bar, you can try mead and a menu of cocktails that incorporate mead as an ingredient. They also have beer and other spirits available.
Not far from the glossy sports bars and student hangouts of the university area, Cafe Bourbon Street sits as a dirty little beacon of all that is divey. The walls are covered with grubby old junk. The bathrooms are dirty. Punk bands come from near and far to play before the sauced and grungy crowds here. Long-time local favorites The Feelers even chose Bourbon Street as the site of their swansong performance in August 2008. Drinks-wise, you can't go wrong. Where else can you order a 40-ounce bottle of cheap malt liquor and drink it right there at the bar? See website for schedule of events.
Known formerly as Victorian's Midnight Cafe, The Shrunken Head is a popular hangout and music venue in the Dennison Place neighborhood of the city. Catering to a variety of rock genres, like Psychobilly, Rockabilly, Ska, Gothic, and Punk, this venue strives to be the quintessential rock and roll club in the city. There's also a good selection of beer offered, including international brands like Carlsberg, Stella Artois, and Beck's. If you get hungry, then you can order a pizza from the neighboring La Galleria pizza place. Do see the website or call to know more.
Dick's Den is a bar appreciated by patrons for its affordable drinks, no-nonsense atmosphere and consistent entertainment offerings. DJs and live acts play everything from jazz and bluegrass, keeping the vibe upbeat almost every night of the week. Come on the weekend to listen to live music.
Club Seven is the ultimate party venue for teens. If you are 18 and under put your favorite outfit and join the party. A modern sound system, an impressive light show and the perfect mix of today's hits will make you dance all night. Who said you have to be 21 to have fun?
Lancaster's hottest nightclub! Features several pool tables, live bands, and dancing.