Cities for Nightlife Lovers in United States
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- 1Nevada, USA2071 reviews
Sin City. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas... sometimes! City of Sin... come here for conventions ranging from CES to AVN to... whatever happens... bachelor and bachelorette parties are the rage, and the buffets reign supreme!!!
- 2California, USA1963 reviews
One of the greatest cities in the world. Progressive ideas and genuinely warm and friendly people really make this town. The foodie culture, based in fresh ingredients and local sourcing, is as much holistic as it is delicious. I always ask new visitors why they live here and they (almost) always respond, "because it's the best city."
- 3New York State, USA861 reviews
I love this city! There is something to do/eat/see for everyone that visits the city. As a tourist, this is a city filled with culture, history and fun! You don't need a car to get around because the subway system is convenient and cheap. People aren't very friendly and are very fast walkers, but you already know that about NYC. ...
- 4Louisiana, USA430 reviews
Wedged between Texas and the Southeast, this Louisiana city landed in the top 10 by making barbecue on its own terms—like the pork-belly po’boys and sausage-filled boudin balls at uptown’s Squeal Bar-B-Q, or the Cajun chaurice sausage and spicy Creole coleslaw at Saucy’s on Magazine Street. Either way, a hearty barbecue dinner provides good fuel for a long night of ...
- 5New Jersey, USA86 reviews
On the boardwalk in Atlantic City! One of the Jersey Shore's main attractions. AC has made some major improvements over the years. Apparently it still has a long way to go to catch up with Vegas but hey it has a beach!
- 6Florida, USA237 reviews
Ocean Drive is the main strip in Miami South Beach.
- 7California, USA500 reviews
There's SO much to do in LA, go outside of your comfort zone & try something new!
- 8Texas, USA260 reviews
Austin is an incredible city... Especially if you like food, music, or kitsch. The food scene is to die for. You'll be sad that you don't have extra stomachs to hold all the things you'll want to try. Locals are friendly and really proud of their city. Be aware of when the larger music festivals are happening, as hotel prices ...
- 9Florida, USA160 reviews
Decadence and Art Deco characterize Miami's most famous neighborhood. But you could be forgoing the Fontainebleau and reminiscing about the architecture sooner rather than later. Miami’s party zone is predicted to see a rise of 23 to 61 cm in the next 50 years
- 10California, USA645 reviews
Spend a day in coronado. you can take the ferry from the downtown ferry terminal. Dine at Ill fornaio specially on the summer evenings you'll enjoy the amazing view and a free fieworks show from across the bay at Humpreys by the bay.
- 11Nevada, USA97 reviews
It aint the biggest lil city in the world for nothing... trust me I have enjoyed the best and worst of this city more days than I have a desire to count. yet I still absolutely love it. I have seen it grow tremendously and remember it how it was before... It still remains true to almost everything it used ...
- 12Florida, USA185 reviews
Can't come down to the keys without taking a day trip to Key West! Take a trolley tour if you don't have much time to explore & learn about the history and take in the beautiful historical architecture.
- 13Pennsylvania, USA101 reviews
My hometown: A great place to explore. I recommend you check it out; there's something here for everyone to enjoy (so don't let the "only 4 tribes tagged" fool you)!
- 14Wisconsin, USA43 reviews
Milwaukee is the largest city in the U.S. state of Wisconsin, the 30th most populous city in the United States, and 39th most populous region in the United States. It is the county seat of Milwaukee County and is located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. According to 2010 census data, the City of Milwaukee has a population of ...
- 15Florida, USA174 reviews
Grew up by port everglades and loved every minute of it. Great place to live, probably even better to visit (during the winter) because the summer gets a little too hot for some.
- 16District of Columbia, USA598 reviews
My absolute favorite city thus far in the United States. So much history and culture within D.C. There are so many things to do in the city with all the museums, monuments, shops, restaurants, parks, etc. The city has a lot to offer day and night.
- 17Washington, USA608 reviews
If Seattle had a heart it'd be an evergreen tree, a piece of clothing..a plaid shirt, a day....a cold IPA on a fall afternoon on Alki Beach. A place that visitors almost immediatly fall in love with (as long is its not the dead of winter) A skyline of perfection. Water you never grow tired of looking at. Citizens intensely ...
- 18California, USA88 reviews
I felt like Dorothy stepping into Oz, the screen bursting into colour for the first time. San Jose is big and bright. Every building, flower, and tree towered over my head and invited me for a stroll, like a cluster of friendly giants. There was even a game of jumbo chess taking place in the square. There are some very ...
- 19Maryland, USA126 reviews
Architecturally similar to Philly with some of the same urban problems, Baltimore is nevertheless hip and interesting... The harbour area is the main attraction, but check out the individual neighbourhoods. JHU might also be worth a look.
- 20Texas, USA177 reviews
Frank Lloyd Wright design. True or False. Homewood Suites North by Hilton. A great find in the Stone Oak area. Hotel offers free cooked breakfast buffet, free dinner and beer and wine! The rooms are awesome. Like staying in a very nice condo. Has everything you need. Full kitchen, workout room, pool. This is a must stay if you come ...