Maybe you#re ready to shake your groove thing. No matter your taste for the night life, your options are many.
Step onto the huge outdoor deck at Bahama Breeze, and it#s like you#ve stepped into vacation. Just being there makes you want to have a fruity drink with an umbrella. Their menu is a party for your mouth, too.
Buttons (in Atlanta Marriott Gwinnett Place)
An oldie, but goodie, Buttons offers live entertainment on the weekends. It#s also popular among the happy hour crowds, and is oh so conveniently located in a hotel # just in case you misplace your car keys.
It#s certainly a popular dining spot, but after the dinner crowd departs, Digger#s starts hopping. Sports fans are drawn to the enormous number of televisions and the large bar just asks you to sit down.
Certainly fun for all during the day, but the after-hours action at Jillian#s isn#t for the shy type. You may have a tough time fighting your way on the dance floor, but once you do, it#s well worth it.
The Arena at Gwinnett Center
Although the Force has finished its season, hockey games are right around the corner. And if you#ve never been to a hockey game, the atmosphere is a big party! Add this to the great concerts, and you#ve got a night full of action.
Hot jazz, cool drinks and delicious tappas are served up at the latest hot spot, 37 Main in Buford. Owned and operated by the experienced Aqua Terra team, this evenings-only bar is cool, baby, so cool.
Until recently known as the Olde Peculiar Public House, this Irish pub and restaurant has a great, relaxed atmosphere. Look for hearty conversations, dart tournaments and Friday night live music # and plenty of Guiness pints.
Dos Copas (Hamilton Mill location)
There#s nothing like the flow of margaritas to get a karaoke crowd started. The bar side of this popular Mexican restaurant offers Wednesday night karaoke where Gwinnettians are happily howling at the moon.
Lil River Grill
Live music two nights a week turns this great restaurant into a hot spot for night life. Join an upbeat crowd in a mellow atmosphere on Wednesdays for an acoustic performance, and come back on Fridays for Sinatra-type lounge music.
Kick up your heels at the largest country music concert hall in the United States. With 16 bars, a 5,000-square-foot dance floor, an electric bull, an extensive game room and even an Internet chat room, Wild Bill#s is indeed wild!