1. Beehive

    The nightly music mix here might sometimes veer to cabaret or even burlesque, but local jazz musicians are the mainstay for a usually well-dressed, mature crowd at least a decade past their schooldays. Convivial bar scene and some excellent comfort food, such as paella or polenta with ratatouille, round out the multi-­faceted appeal of this great night out.

    • 541 Tremont St

    • 617 423 0096

  2. The Middle East

    The region’s alternative rock scene can trace its genesis to this Central Square landmark. This influential venue has launched many careers. Seminal local bands like the Pixies, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and Morphine all played on the Middle East’s three stages. Today, the club continues the tradition, openly embracing musicians operating just under the mainstream, popular radar .

  3. Green Street Grill

    On the river side of slowly gentrifying Central Square, Green Street morphs from an upmarket restaurant into a blues and jazz club starting around 10:30pm. The talent tends to be local and ethnic – a great place to catch rising stars well-schooled in African and Latin rhythms. Piano jazz brunch offered on Sundays.

    • 280 Green St, Cambridge

    • 617 876 1655

    • Closed Mon

    • Free

  4. Gypsy Bar

    The sumptuous red interior, glam lighting, and extensive range of designer vodkas in the Gypsy Bar combine a stylish high-techno approach with enchanting, old-fashioned romanticism. It is easy to see why this attention-seekers’ paradise has won various polls including sexiest bar and best pick-up spot .

  5. Redline

    Throbbing dance music, tasty meals, and healthy bar food are just part of the Redline secret. When the DJs turn up the volume at this hotspot, the pheromone levels of the dancers soon start rising and the atmosphere heats up. The attentive service, tasteful decor, and vibrant ambience make this a great spot for cocktails.

    • 59 JFK St, Cambridge

    • 617 491 8951

    • Closed Sun–Tue

    • Adm

  6. Ryles

    One of Inman Square’s greatest assets, where murals of Duke, Dizz, and Lady Day inspire top jazz bands to go, go, go. Call ahead to learn if samba or swing lessons are scheduled. And don’t miss the good value Sunday jazz brunch: no cover, live jazz, boisterous crowds, and hearty entrees that rarely venture above $10.

    • 212 Hampshire St, Cambridge

    • 617 876 9330

    • Closed Mon

    • Adm


    Sign, Ryles
  7. Roxy

    Housed in an ornate, bilevel theater, the Roxy can accommodate more nightlife denizens than any other Boston club. Top 40, ‘80s, Latin, and house music are pumped through the powerful sound system, while a mixed crowd lounges around on cushy banquettes or keeps the beat on the mammoth dance floor .

  8. Johnny D’s

    World-music aficionados and lovers of the eclectic from all over the city have been flocking here for years to hear live funk, zydeco, folk rock, and – in the case of Babalu, Johnny D’s mainstay band – punk mambo hardcore juju. The beat keeps going seven nights a week .

    Johnny D’s
  9. Paradise Rock Club

    Although no longer in its original downtown location, the Paradise is the oldest name in Boston rock venues. Icons from the ‘70s and ‘80s such as Van Halen, the Police, and Blondie first put the club on the map. Today, the Paradise remains true to its rock ‘n’ roll roots, welcoming nationally recognized acts that favor volume levels north of ten.

    • 967 Commonwealth Ave

    • 617 562 8800

    • Adm

  10. Scullers

    Enthusiastic champion of Latin jazz and emerging artists (for example, Norah Jones and Diana Krall started here), Scullers is a well-known venue for internationally established musicians. A great place to enjoy a drink and an evening of smooth jazz by some of the best performers in the business.

    • 400 Soldiers Field Rd

    • 617 783 0090

    • Closed Sun–Tue

    • Adm

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