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Top Spots to Get Your Dance On in Boston
Hit the dance floor at Beantown's best clubs!

Sometimes you just have to dance, right? School is letting out and the funemployment rate is going up, so what better time than ever to cut lose and discover some of the best dance clubs Boston has to offer. If there’s a floor, it’s danceable, so here are the top spots to you should bark at your cabby.

The Estate

1 Boylston Place

Boston’s trendier atmospheres, The Estate boasts multiple levels, rooms, and DJ’s.

Give your feet a break as you explore the quieter lounge areas with a cocktail. There's usually a cover, so get there early as the lines tend to get longer as the night goes on.

 

 

Gypsy Bar

116 Boylston St

Head over to Boston’s Theater District to this upbeat and well known lounge.

The music ranges from house to Latin here at one of the city’s most award-winning clubs, including Boston Magazine’s, “Best Pickup Bar,” “Sexiest Club,” and “Best Playboy/Playgirl Playground.”

Heidi Klum has hosted parties here, so that should perk an interest.

 

 

Utopia

835 Beacon St

Not everyone is plagued with the Monday through Friday 9-5, but even if you are, Sunday nights at Utopia is a whirlwind of a party.

Around 11pm is when the crowd really bustles, dancing hard to one of the most soulful  clubs in Boston.

You’ll find a diverse crowd with only one thing on their mind: body movin'.

 

 

 

Venu

100 Warrenton St

If you’re looking for an after-hours dance club, this is it.

Follow the sexy crowds after midnight to the Theater District where hip-hop, old school rap, Latin and techno surround late night crowds.  

Wednesday nights are best enjoyed here, while you gaze upon the elaborately chic décor. 



Royale

279 Tremont St (at Seaver Pl) 

RSVP before you head out to this weekend hot spot, because this is one of the more difficult doors in Boston.

Make sure you dress your best due to their strict door policy, but don’t let that get in the way of the fact that Royale is huge and fun.