Nightlife in Martinez

Murder-Mystery Show for 2, 4, or 8 with Wine at Theatre Rowe Productions Murder Mystery Theatre (Up to 50% Off)

Theatre Rowe Productions Murder Mystery Theatre

Lexington

$64 $32

Watch and sip as a rookie homicide detective fights to find the killer hidden in a pack of oddball auction attendees

Jim Brickman: On a Winter's Night at Koger Center for the Arts on December 2 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Jim Brickman

Koger Center for the Arts

$42 $21

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Silky-voiced adult-contemporary singer and pianist plays Christmas hits such as "The Gift" and "If You Believe" on a holiday tour

$15 for $30 Worth of Wings and Sandwiches at WG’s Wings

WG's Wings

Northwest Columbia

$30 $15

Wings spun in housemade sauce served with entrees such as philly cheesesteaks, nachos, chef salad, and crispy chicken sandwich

Hookah and Soft Drinks for Two or Four at The Hookah Spot (Up to 53% Off)

The Hookah Spot

Columbia

$58 $29

More than 25 shisha flavors, such as gummy bear and hawaiian punch, waft through glass-bodied pipes at a roomy lounge

Wine Tasting and Take-Home Bottles of Wine for Two or Four at Courson's Winery ($20 Off)

Courson's Winery

Sparta

$25 $15

After tasting and learning about the winery's muscadine, scuppernong, and fruit wines, patrons take home bottles of their favorite variation

Wine or Craft Beer Tasting for Two at Wine & Beer (Up to 45% Off)

Wine & Beer

Greer

$20 $11

Connoisseurs host regular tastings of from local wineries and breweries, enhanced with weekend karaoke on weekends and family-oriented games

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When it comes to nightly entertainment, Joe's Underground Cafe fulfills plenty of pub requisites: trivia, poker, live music, and pint glasses brimming with domestic and imported beer. Although many of its dishes, such as Philly-style cheesesteaks and chicken wings, evoke classic pub grub, the cafe's culinary team doesn’t limit itself. Chefs cater to more refined palates with almond-topped baked brie, whip up comfort foods such as peanut butter and jelly sandwiches filled with banana, and prepare homemade desserts.

The warm, no-frills bar sits at the bottom of hard-to-spot stairs, located beneath Augusta's SRP Federal Credit Union but still high above the city's subterranean mutant population.

144 8th St
Augusta,
GA
US

It can take an artist years to apply the right brushstrokes to a canvas, but at Corks and Canvas, it only takes one night. During each three-hour painting session, a professional artist walks classes through every step of duplicating a piece of acrylic art. Made up of participants aged 16 and older, the group classes convene at a public venue such as a restaurant. Students can buy food and drinks to snack on throughout the night or smear onto their canvas if they’re tired of painting. For scheduled sessions and private events for adults or kids, Corks and Canvas supplies canvases, paint, brushes, easels, and aprons.

2820 Washington Rd
Augusta,
GA
US

The Private I Club hosts events for up to 200 people, deftly matching its style to that of its clients. Inside the club, a large banquet hall houses either tables or a dance floor, abutting a richly furnished, fully equipped bar. Windows provide views of the next-door neighbor and the swimming pool, which stretches from indoors to out. The rest of the 5 acres boasts scenic greenery and plenty of parking for guests.

2507 Thomas Lane
Augusta,
GA
US

Main Street Cafe Bar & Grill's owners, the Trifos family, curate a menu that celebrates their Greek heritage. Guests sample mezzes of feta-topped bruschetta or lightly breaded calamari before digging into main courses of spanakopita or chicken souvlaki. In addition to these traditional dishes, chefs also whip up a small sampling of American eats such as sirloin steak and pork chops.

131 E Main St
Lexington,
SC
US

Terri-hot, lemon pepper, and honey barbecue. Douse your wings in any of these three flavors, and you'll taste what Wings and Ale of Lexington is all about: creative fusion of flavors. But its menu is packed with more than just the inventive wings?which also come in standard mild, medium, and Suicide sauces. There are also tried-and-true favorites, such as burgers, Philly cheesesteaks, and catfish platters.

154 Ellis Ave.
Lexington,
SC
US

Jeff Woodruff started Keg Cowboy in Houston as an Internet supplier of homebrewery gear, he told Patch. When his wife got a job in Lexington, he decided to bring his business along and open a storefront. He decked it out with all the same supplies that were once in his online store, supplementing them with a climate-controlled grain vault that keeps 55 varieties of yeast, 61 varieties of grain, and 21 varieties of hops fresh and free of pests and freeloading scarecrows. He finds himself delighted with the transition, saying "Lexington has great water?and great water makes great beer."

On Saturdays, homebrewing classes supply students with all the skills needed to begin making their own bottled beverages at home. Keg Cowboy also offers do-it-yourself kegerator and beer dispensing equipment for chilling and serving their home-brewed beverages. In addition to enhancing novice brewing abilities, Keg Cowboy houses its own craft beer tavern on the premises where patrons can sample a rotating stock of global beers which changes bi-weekly.

108 E Main St
Lexington,
SC
US