Niagara Falls Nightclub Guide
Get the most of your Niagara Falls Vacation by visiting these Niagara Falls Nightclubs. The excitement you've been looking for next to true natural beauty.
The Hard Rock Nightclub takes the world-famous Hard Rock Cafe concept to new heights. Where plush velvet lounge meets state of the art digital multimedia. Check out the Hard Rock Nightclub's Falls Avenue Outdoor Patio - a great spot to cool off while seeing the Falls!
Located just 200 metres from the gorgeous Niagara Falls, the Niagara Brewing Company at Clifton Hill offers consumers an amazing variety of craft beer. The brewpub opened its doors in 2015.
Since 1974 the Artpark Theatre complex has been a haven for the local arts scene near the Niagara River Gorge.
Big Texas Bar and Grill located on Ferry St. The menu also reflects the country theme with barbecued meat cooked in an outdoor smoker.
Club Se7en is an upscale club that caters to a unique clientele. Located at the intersection of Fallsview Boulevard and Robinson Street. Showcasing a brick and beam loft style space housed in a warehouse dating back to the 1920's, Club Se7en brings a raw, industrial, New York feel to Niagara Falls.
One of the nightlife highlights in Niagara on the Lake, known for its wine selection this is an excellent venue for a date or late-night romp through the village of Niagara on the Lake.
Looking for an experience in Niagara Falls? Then try the Dragonfly Nightclub. Table service, wine, and liquor. Dancefloor features Las Vegas style lighting and decor.
Designed to traditional Irish standards, the Irish Harp Pub offers great food, great beer, great whiskey and old-fashioned Irish "craic" (fun and chat). The craic is a spirit. An essence you can sense in a busy pub.
Jacks Cantina has the spirit of a nightclub in the body of a sports bar. Two levels bring people together under one roof or no roof.
Located at the top of Clifton Hill and just a five minute walk from the majestic Niagara Falls, the Spicy Olive is conveniently nestled in the heart of the Niagara Falls tourist district. As night falls, the Spicy Olive shifts into a lively lounge, where dancing, martinis and music come together, and make for a perfect evening.
Great food, historic accommodations and good friends await you here at Ontario's oldest operating inn. Established in 1789 and rebuilt in 1816 after the War of 1812, The Olde Angel Inn is a perennial favourite among locals and tourists alike.
The Rapids Theatre in Niagara Falls is a multi-function event space in Niagara Falls New York that is home to concerts held by the local radio stations. The Rapids Theatre is located near the Robert Moses Parkway in between the Whirlpool Rapids Bridge and Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls.