5 Hot Boca Raton Nightlife Spots To Visit This Weekend | Boca Raton Lifestyle
Boca Raton may not have the raucous club scene found in Ft. Lauderdale or Miami, but that doesn't mean the city doesn't have numerous locales for late-night fun. From swanky cocktail bars to seeing your favorite jam band and sipping a cold one, Boca Raton has many hotspots to hit with new visitors and locals alike. For our blog, we list 5 of our favorite spots to experience, with an emphasis on versatility. We don't want all 5 entries to represent one bracket, one style, and one type of night out. Worry not! Our list, and these clubs, represent the spice of life we're looking for on a late-night soiree. Here are 5 hot nightlife spots in Boca Raton to suit just about everyone.
Crazy Uncle Mike's is located in East-Central Boca along US-1, in a convenient and easily noticable location. Catering to fans of all ages and a variety of musical styles, Crazy Uncle Mike's also includes its own microbrewery, two bars, and an outdoor deck for the smokers among us. A spot popular among Blues fans, Jam bands, and avant-garde styles, Crazy Uncle Mike's may not be the hard-hitting club experience like some, but it is now a staple of Boca Raton nightlife, and a stage worth enjoying.
Salt & Spirits
With a trendy name like Salt & Spirits, you know they're on top of what's training. This tucked-away, Tiki-style bar includes a rentable speakeasy hideaway for private parties, offering curated experiences for discerning audiences. Considered by many to be a hidden gem, Salt & Spirits is as popular for vacationers as locals, with an island vibe that caters to out-of-towners but feels expected, but refreshing to locals. Their bar fare, sold via their limited menu, includes many of the favorites at cocktail-forward establishments to complement the buzz, including grilled stuffed avocado, fish tacos, conch fritters, and small plates like hummus platters, chips, and fries.
Located in Royal Palm Place at the heart of Downtown Boca Raton, just next door to another bar later to be mentioned. One11 features an eclectic atmosphere with vibrant backlighting and exciting music. Its owners are renowned for their ability to plan private parties and attend to the needs of their clientele, catering their experience to meet each reservation, along with multiple reviewers applauding their resiliency in the wake of the inevitable challenges that come with party planning. With thematic parties, like the timeless all-white (clothing) events enjoyed across the western world, One11 sits proudly in a Royal Palm Beach landscape dotted with superb nightlife options for the young and old.
O'Brian's Irish Pub
With the unfortunate closing of The Dubliner, a staple of Mizner Park's youth movement for well over a decade, O'Brian's Irish Pub has risen to take the mantle of the St. Patrick's Day destination in Boca Raton, among many reasons to give the new pub a fair shot to replace the erstwhile Dubliner. Reviewers applaud the decor, bartenders, speed, and attentiveness of service, and the overall quality of food and drink. It looks like Boca Raton residents and visitors have a new vestige of the Emerald Isle to call home for what will hopefully be decades to come!
The unironically named "The Standard" is one of the first recommendations to roll off the tongue of just about any partygoer in Boca Raton. One might say its presence amid the best and most beloved bars and nightlife establishments in Boca has become... a standard. Jokes aside, this small but wonderful establishment has been host to martini lunches, work soirees, and mixers for groups of all ages (21+, that is) backgrounds, and tastes in music, culture, and aesthetics. The Standard is just that, a go-to solution to let your social life take flight! Whatever the occasion, The Standard is a reliable locale for just about anyone. Directly across from Alina Residences and Townsend Place, it's a walk from many of the finest condos in Boca Raton.
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