Nightlife in Prichard

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Nestled in the heart of historic midtown Mobile, Ashland Midtown Pub catches the eyes of passersby with its pleasant open-air patio before ensnaring them with the irresistible wafting aromas of cheesy breadsticks, roasted garlic, and freshly baked pizzas and calzones. Once inside, guests perch upon cushy barstools, surrounded by colorful canvases and plates of piping-hot lasagna or fillets of ahi tuna and flaky blackened grouper. Diners polish off feasts of po’ boys or basil-and-bacon-crowned pizzas with frosty draft brews at the rustic, knotty-pine bartop. As they sup on meals of upscale pizzeria cuisine, patrons dance to the tunes of live musicians or enjoy the interior's fresh, clean air thanks to the pub's no-smoking and no-rudimentary-steam-engine policies.

2453 Old Shell Rd
Mobile,
AL
US

Seeking to enrich the world with professional opera and musical presentations, Mobile Opera is launching its 65th season by staging Leonard Bernstein's popular operetta based on Voltaire's 1759 novella Candide, which features such jovial singables as "Glitter and Be Gay" and "Make Our Garden Grow."

257 Dauphin St
Mobile,
AL
US

Paint Nail and Beauty Bar's trend-conscious nail technicians gussy up digits with manicures and pedicures inside a modern blue and white salon. The Weekend Paintin' manicure artfully shapes talons, as a crisp cucumber eyelift firms droopy lids. As one hand clasps a glass of citrus water, a mimosa, or the other hand, the other has its ends brushed with glimmering tints. Patrons can glamorize finger caps with traditional colors, or don fortified chromatic shields with the geleration option. Glossy layers of soak-off gel conform to the nails' natural shapes and protect sensitive cuticles from damage after a swift application. The geleration treatment lasts up to four weeks and spurns chips, smudges, and crab-bite damage. Alternatively, clients can coat their utmost extremities in less than 30 minutes with the Paint by 30 mani-pedi package. Nail technicians layer phalanges in eye-catching shades of polish, or swiftly shelter both fingers and toes under a geleration's long-lasting hues.

564 Dauphin St
Mobile,
AL
US

Savor sophistication in an upscale environment and an outdoor area enclosed in exposed brick. With its modern, chic décor, The Wine Loft offers a respite for relaxation and elegance. Choose from a wine list that includes over 50 wines by the glass.Their wines come from all over, including Washington, California, France, Oregon, Argentina, New Zealand, Germany and elsewhere. The Wine Loft's trained staff can help you discover that perfect wine based on your tastes, preferences or meal. Relish a Riesling like Starling Castle ($8 a glass) from Rheinshessen, Germany, or marry a merlot like Tierra del Fuego ($5 a glass) from Maule Valley, Chile. Gather more appreciation for your wine of choice by picking its brain about foreign films and the summer it spent in Belize, or by pairing it with the filet mignon pistolettes ($10) with blue cheese butter and sweet onion jam. End your night of indulgence and savoir-vivre with a classic crème brule ($9) or the molton lava cake ($9) with vanilla infused honey and ice cream quenelles.

9 Du Rhu Dr
Mobile,
AL
US

Rave Motion Pictures screens the summer blockbusters in 20 auditoriums outfitted with stadium seating. The theaters' digital projectors allow projectionists to easily play such gripping tales as Scream 4, a documentary about Sidney Prescott's return to Woodsboro, where Ghostface threatens the townspeople's safety (movies playing subject to change). Stretch out while watching as rows are spaced 48 inches apart from one another, one for each of the states recognized by most public-school systems. Check showtimes online for all the movies screening throughout the summer.

6898 US Highway 90
Daphne,
AL
US

The chefs at Dusty’s Sports Bar—though nestled in a new location inside Eastern Shore Lanes since this March—continue to cook up the same classic pub snacks and seafood that have sated their customers' appetites since 1959. Plates fill with hearty fare such as oven-baked stuffed potatoes, homemade soups, and seafood ranging from steamed Gulf shrimp to hand-breaded fried crab claw. In the rest of the 35,000-square-foot amusement complex, guests can bowl in the 24-lane alley, shoot pool at the billiards tables, compete in laser tag bouts, or practice for Olympic hurdle time-trials by vaulting over games in the arcade.

10460 Eastern Shore Boulevard
Spanish Fort,
AL
US