Nightlife in Alamogordo

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Jamie O'Hara the Magic Guy's child-friendly, interactive performances have entertained jaded children and giddy adults with a balance of magic and comedy for nearly a quarter century. Jamie's balloon-shaping hands, humor-filled hats, in-depth encyclopedia readings, and surprise rabbit showings keep special events entertaining with eye-fooling flimflammery.

839 Hummingbird Dr
Las Cruces,
NM
US

Dublin Street Pub takes inspiration from a variety of sources. The food comes from Ireland, America, and Mexico, resulting in a menu on which you'll find shepherd's pie, burgers, and southwest pork green chile stew. Beers and spirits available at the bar come from Irish as well as stateside distillers and brewers. You can enjoy these offerings while watching sports on the satellite TVs, enjoying live entertainment, or playing trivia.

1745 East University Avenue
Las Cruces,
NM
US

Clicks Billiards' El Paso location caters to after-work crowds with 20 pool tables (including six 9-foot Gold Crown tables and 12 8-foot tables) and pub-fare stomach stuffers. Under the low lighting of the cue area, guests can challenge an opponent to a dance around the pool table before breaking bread at the bar. Fill your bellytank with a burger ($6.50, prices vary by location) or wings ($8), before topping off taste buds with fries ($2.50). Clicks' offers an outdoor smoking patio as well as five HDTVs, each with their own satellite receiver.

1201 Airway Blvd
El Paso,
TX
US

The stylists at 360 The Colour Bar Salon customize each client's appearance with chic haircuts and color effects that range from fashionable, low-maintenance balayage highlights to chunky blocks of neon color. They also smooth and straighten unruly locks with keratin Brazilian blowouts. Hair dryers suspended from the ceiling and an open-concept design lend the studio a modern, spacious look.

6114 N Mesa St
El Paso,
TX
US

The chefs at Salma Farah's Mediterranean Restaurant stick to the culinary traditions of the sun-steeped Lebanese and Syrian shores. Kebabs sizzle as they pour tzatziki across gyros and rolled grape leaves. Garlic and eggplant roast aromatically, bound for bowls of hummus or baba ghanouj. Steam rises from earthy, dark Arabic coffee near fatayers?baked pastries consisting of dough rolled around spinach or meat. The BYOB policy lets guests bring in their favorite vintage without having to pay a corkage fee or watch a clumsy waiter try to impress everybody with his unicycling skills when delivering bottles.

4172 North Mesa Street
El Paso,
TX
US

A member of the independent Premiere Cinemas circuit, Montwood Movies 7 regales patrons with the cinematic landscapes of the latest block-busters within the cool, dark surroundings of a newly renovated theater. Guests can saunter into the vibrantly colored lobby and eschew old-fashioned deviled eggs and pickled-herring movie snacks in favor of popcorn, Nestlé's candies, and soft drinks. Commodious thrones cushion moviegoers as professional Horizon film projectors emblazon cinema screens with vampire heartthrobs in the upcoming Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 , and stage- and digital-surround speakers project the merry melodies of The Muppets.

2200 N Yarbrough Dr
El Paso,
TX
US