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The Castle at Park Plaza

130 Columbus Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts (Bay Village) United States

617-450-0600

Located in the Bay Village area, just walking distance from some of Boston’s top tourist attractions, The Castle at Park Plaza is an iconic venue that has a made a name for itself in recent years as a great nightlife space. Boasting a 14,642-square-foot dance area and high-end facilities, The Castle is one of Boston’s top nightlife [more]

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Hennessy’s

25 Union Street, Boston, Massachusetts United States

617-742-2121

Hennessy’s Hooley House has acquired as reputation as as Downtown Boston’s best Live Music Venue, with an atmosphere similar to a traditional Irish Village including a post office, a complete Irish cottage and the classic Irish Pub. [more]

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House of Blues Boston

15 Lansdowne Street, Boston, Massachusetts (Fenway Kenmore) United States

617-960-8377

The Foundation Room at the Boston House of Blues features occasional lesbian nights. The Boston Foundation Room provides a truly unique setting for entertaining. Members will enjoy a luxurious lounge, fine dining, and world-class hospitality for an unrivalled experience in Boston. [more]

Kays Oasis Music Center

1125 Blue Hill Ave, Boston, Massachusetts (Franklin Field South) United States

Kays Oasis Music Center 1125 Blue Hill Ave, Dorchester, MA. [more]

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Boston Opera House

539 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts United States

617-259-3400

Boston Opera House The history of the Opera House begins with its original incarnation, built on Huntington Avenue in 1901. The venue was a popular spot for local and traveling opera troupes. Unfortunately, the building fell into disrepair in the time between the Great Depression and World War II. It was eventually demolished; a Northeastern [more]