In and era of dating where there are common terms such as serial daters, Catfishing and where YO means ”years old” and not a form of hello, it’s a breath of fresh air to get out and meet people in a face-to-face setting. There is no better way to meet new people and hang out with your friends than going to at a bar or night club. Located halfway between San Diego and Los Angeles, there is more of a variety of clubs in the Inland Empire than you’d ever realize. From college students to seniors, there is a club for you in the I.E. Below are some of the best around.
Eagle’ Nest at Pechanga
The Eagles Nest is an upscale lounge located in the heart of Southern California’s Wine Country and is located in one of the best Casino’s in the U.S.. Pechanga’s Eagle Nest is a great club with good security, a small dance floor and a great outdoor lounge that overlooks the beautiful city lights.
The Menagerie is a long standing LBGT nightclub that has been around for over 30 years and is Riversides longest running bar on record. At The Menagerie you can expect to find a lot of theme nights like Thursday nights drag night, 80’s theme night and a lot of cheap draft beers.
If you’re looking to hang out with a more mature audience, look no further than Vive Tequila Lounge and Night Club in Pomona, California. Expect to find men over 25 and women over 21. Vive’s night club is a very fun club that features a full blown tequila lounge with over 100 tequila’s and lots of casual seating. Vive features a big dance floor, lots of VIP booths as well as indoor and outdoor lounges.
Lake Alice Trading Company
Located in Downtown Riverside, Lake Alice Trading Company has held the ‘Best Sports bar’ and ‘Best LIVE Music Bar’ awards from the Press Enterprise the last nine years. At Lake Alice Trading Company, you’ll find great food, excellent Happy Hour between 3-6PM and tons of live brands.
Rock The Keys
Located in Rancho Cucamonga, Rock The Keys is an awesome piano dueling bar. If you go to Rock The Keys, expect to sing along with the entertainers and dance you tail off in a true Las Vegas style nightclub atmosphere.
Hip Kitty Jazz and Fondue
Hip Kitty is a super swanky Jazz club made to remind you of the types of clubs that were all of the rage in the ’20s and ’30s. Located in downtown Claremont’s Village, expect to see bands like the Tim Gill All Stars and hand out with an older demographic.
What are some of your favorite night clubs in the Inland Empire? Did I miss any? Let me know in the comments below.