710 29th Street South Birmingham, AL 35233 +1 205 252 4252
Innisfree Irish Pub is an American success story. It started out as a place in Tuscaloosa where the owners could drink with their friends, but because of its success, this second location in Birmingham was born, with future expansions on the horizon. The owners have infused their collective convivial nature into this bar's DNA, making it a great place to grab a cold one with friends - old or new. Not just for drinkers, this place also serves food of the burgers and wings variety. Drink specials, darts and periodic giveaways add to this Irish pub's already palpable appeal.
708 29th Street South Birmingham, AL 35233 +1 205 250 8003
When all else in Southside closes for the night, Nana Funks livens things up with eclectic music and an energetic crowd. This bar opens a lot later than other places in the neighborhood and is a big draw among club goers. Shoot some pool at the back or head straight to the dancefloor where the DJ spins a mix of R&B, pop, rap and hip-hop hits from the 1970s and onwards. Lively until the wee hours and always buzzing with patrons, a visit here ensures a great nightlife experience in Alabama.
2709 7th Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35233 +1 205 323 4356
The Roof, as this place is popularly known among patrons, is a gathering spot for music lovers. Its success can be credited the great live entertainment and an easygoing atmosphere. Nestled in Lakeview, its nightly line-up features local bands and up-and-coming musicians that keep the vibe upbeat and happening. Select from an impressive list of beer and cocktails to complement unrivaled bar fare. Signature dishes include salsa and chips, pizza, quesadillas, wings, cheese fries, hot dogs and chicken tenders. The walls are donned with an random assortment of postcards, portraits, street signs, vintage advertisements and eclectic memorabilia that don't fail to grab your attention.
2109 7th Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35233 +1 205 202 5625
In 2009, bartending duo Jason Brunson and Daniel Stringfellow opened the doors to what is arguably the best pub in Birmingham. Their drink list features an impressive selection of beers, both bottled and on tap. Enjoy Monday night trivia or Whiskey Wednesdays with a laid-back vibe that attracts locals and those in the know. Shoot some pool or dance the night away to the music of local artists with a line-up featuring the likes of Earthbound, Roosevelt Franklin and The Big Tasties. The exposed-brick walls and casual ambiance make the perfect setting for an entertaining night about town.
1200 10th Avenue South Alys Robinson Stephens Performing Arts Center Birmingham, AL 35294 +1 205 975 9540
Located within the Alys Robinson Stephens Performing Arts Center, is Birmingham's major educational and entertainment venue, the Jemison Concert Hall (JCH). With state-of-the-art facilities, the 1,300 seater venue has played host to a number of live performances over the years. The largest among other venues at the Center, the JCH can also be rented out for presentations, performances and other events. Tours are conducted as well, do check website for more information.
1200 10th Ave S Birmingham, AL 35205 +1 205 975 9540
This center, located on the Alabama University campus, has been entertaining lovers of theatre with magical performances since 1996. Be a part of some interesting works by well-known production houses, musical concerts, recitals, and other cultural events. The high-tech facility comprises of four halls, each with a different seating capacity. The ASC can be easily listed among the many venues that offer world class performances and shows. You can subscribe to get regular information on upcoming shows; also avail of great discounts and good seats. And, if you want to treat someone special to a show, do so with one of the gift cards available at the box office.
2514 10th Avenue South Red Mountain Expressway Birmingham, AL 35205 +1 205 252 3831
The Nick is not much to look at from the outside; the flat, featureless building covered with handbills almost appears abandoned. But closer inspection reveals that the handbills are all for upcoming gigs scheduled at this 21+ rock nightclub. No food is served, but there is a full bar. The cover charge varies depending on the night's entertainment. The Nick has a private club license so it can remain open past the city's required closing time of 2am. Most nights, The Nick closes "
"whenever we want, according to one of the managers. Credit cards are accepted for bar purchases, but not for cover charges.
2304 Tenth Terrace South Birmingham, AL 35205 +1 205 322 3220
Voted by newspaper readers a favorite place to meet friends after work, The Garage Cafe has a delightful split personality. By day, visit the cafe and enjoy courtyard seating with eclectic and antique decorations for sale. At night, the club scene emerges, often with live rock, soul or blues music.
This popular bar and grill, located on 11th Avenue at
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Ona's nightclub offers a variety of musical entertainment with an
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Located in the historic 4th Avenue Business District, this place
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