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Club 23

23 Church Street, Orlando, Florida (Church Street Station) United States

407-692-0504

Club 23 is one of the most upscale clubs in Orlando. At Club 23 you can rub shoulders with the city's elite, party like a VIP and bump into celebrities on the dance floor. Sip a delicious cocktail while enjoying the unique vibe of the club. The staff caters to your every need, and DJs spin the best tunes to keep you dancing all night long. [more]

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RICHS HOUSTON

2401 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas (Galleria-Houston) United States

(713) 759-9606

Rich's stands as one of the most technologically advanced, premier mega clubs in the United States, offering only the finest in sound and lighting systems (High End Systems) available, personal VIP service and security to ensure that every aspect of your party and celebration experience is nothing less than exceptional. Rich's offers the most [more]

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Station 4

3911 Cedar Springs, Dallas, Texas United States

214-559-0650

Station 4 After-hours dancing until 4a. Texas state law requires a minimum age of 21 in order to purchase or possess alcoholic beverages. Station 4 strictly enforces this law. Door charges are required from minors for every entry and re-entry. 24,000 square feet of fun, with 15 service wells, a thundering sound system and moveable light [more]

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The EndUp

401 6th Street, San Francisco, California United States

415-357-0827

The EndUp, a dance club in San Francisco, California was founded in November 1973. It is located on the corner of 6th and Harrison, in the SoMa (South of Market (Street)) district. The EndUp has two bars, a lounge with fireplace, a dance floor with mirrored columns, and a large open-air deck with plants and seating. [more]

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Voyeur Night Club

1221 St James Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States

215-735-5772

Voyeur Night Club Introducing luxury nightlife with a bit of spice, Voyeur is the new Philadelphia nightclub where you become the show! In the heart of Midtown Village, an enclave for the city's hottest restaurants and shopping experiences, Voyeur Nightclub is the area's new secret indulgence. 12,000 square feet of modern meets antique, a [more]

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Afterlife

4282 N Drinkwater Blvd, Phoenix, Arizona United States

480-264-8300

Scottsdale's partiers over 18 enjoy dancing to DJ music in one of the nightclub's 4 themed rooms (Liquid, Earth, Fire and Air), with go-go dancers, water effects, live music and surprise guests and events. The club has gained a reputation as the place to party after hours, especially popular with the ASU scene, where you can expect to dance, [more]

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Club Space

34 NE 11th Street, Miami, Florida (Miami South) United States

305-372-9378

THE #1 DANCE CLUB IN THE U.S AND TOP TEN CLUBS OF THE WORLD BY DJ MAGAZINE 8 YEARS IN A ROW IS CLUB SPACE! Since it's beginning, Space pioneered the Miami club scene and made it what it is today! 8 years of setting the pace and raising the bar for TOp DJs, incredible music, entertainment, service and much more! Featuring exclusive events and [more]

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Motif Lounge

389 South First Street, San Jose, California United States

408-279-1888

Motif Loung is the exclusive home to "Naked sushi" - gorgeous women serve as the dish to eat delicious sushi off of. As a venue for this type of spectacle, Motif has a lot to offer. It's located on South First Street across the street from Glo and next-door to Agenda, set back far enough from the street to allow for a large outdoor courtyard [more]

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SOB’s (Sounds of Brazil)

204 Varick Street, New York, New York NY (West Village) United States

212-243-4940

S.O.B.’s, also known as Sounds of Brazil, is a live music venue in the lower Manhattan neighborhood of SoHo. It was opened by owner and director Larry Gold in June 1982. Gold opened the venue with the purpose of exposing the musical wealth and heritage of the Afro-Latino Diaspora to as many people as possible. True to its mission, it has become [more]