Nightlife in Albany

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In true democratic fashion, Evan Phipps, the owner of Mint Leaf Bar & Grill, left up the theme of his restaurant to the people of Jefferson. "They wanted a place to take their family,” he told the Albany Democrat-Herald last year. So he allotted half of his space to a family-friendly restaurant that serves grill food such as burgers and the other half to a bar with a pool table and a neon mint leaf blazing behind the counter. One of the highlights of the establishment is the housemade potato chips, which are plucked each morning from the branches of the potato-chip tree out back.

237 n 2nd st

The staff at The Peacock Bar & Grill whips up classic American pub fare in a convivial atmosphere that has served Corvallis since 1929. Half-pound hamburgers sizzle in more than 15 gourmet varieties, and fresh steak and seafood entrees round out a menu of traditional American fare. Late-night food specials please the after-hours crowd, and catering services lavish special events and get-togethers with mouthwatering morsels. A pool table, video-game machines, flat-screen TVs, and a full bar add to the air of revelry at the tavern that, like the ham radio, has kept mouths busy for more than 80 years. The Peacock Bar & Grill struts its plumage and ability to entertain with nightly events and specials including sports games, karaoke, and live DJs.

125 SW 2nd St

The Catalina Hotel perches on the shoreline of Miami Beach’s South Beach, a spot well-known for its hot nightlife, gorgeous beaches, posh shopping districts, and celebrity sightings. Daytrippers can head over to popular clothing-optional Haulover Beach for an extra afternoon helping of vitamin D, or they can get acquainted with the city by hopping on a colorfully narrated duck tour, on which travelers cruise by million-dollar houses before dramatically splashing into the surf on a bus that turns into a boat.The Catalina Hotel is a short walking distance from all of South Beach’s vibrant charms—stepping out of the hotel, guests find themselves surrounded by options for fresh seafood and exquisitely crafted cocktails at every turn, as well as the pulsating beat of club music wafting through the night air. Clubs in the area stay open late, encouraging nights of dancing that end as the sun comes up over the water.

1756 Collins Ave
Miami Beach,