Best nightclubs and bars in Blackpool
Club Sanuk is one of Backpool's most popular nightclubs for locals and visitors, located centrally opposite the town hall, Club Sanuk has a great vibe, great regular guest dj's and promotional drinks evenings (Friday night see's all drinks at a £1 if you are in the club before 1pm). Club Sanuk also operates a membership scheme which allows you to gain free entry, drinks promotional vouchers and the ability to be able to jump the Q when the venue is busy. Fridays and Saturdays are free entry before 11.45pm. Club Sanuk, 168-170 Promenade Blackpool FY1 1RE Tel: 01253 292900.
Flamingo is one of the longest established gay venues in Blackpool and the UK as a whole. The club is open seven nights a week and has a number of dancefloors, guest Djs and bars.
Flares 70s Night Club
Flares Nightclub is part of a chain group with the Blackpool Flares being one of their most popular. The clubs music base is 70s music, with a host of regular djs serving up tracks from a wide range of popular tracks from the era. The nightclub gets very busy on Saturday nights, with the vast majority of clubbers being in the +25 age group. The clubs location means the taxi ranks and food outlets are literally a couple of minutes walk away. Flares Nightclub, 120-122 Promenade Blackpool FY1 1RA, Tel: 01253 299688
Funny Girls is a popular burlesque cabaret showbar which is popular with gay and straight clubbers. Situated in the popular Queen Street area the venue is a must visit place on your trip to Blackpool.
Rumours Night Club
Rumours Nightclubis coveniently situated in the Talbot Square area of the resort, although the venue has been there for a number of years, the nightclub has had many refurbishments and name changes. Rumours has three licensed bars, a dancefloor with great dj's and is licensed to hold approx 800 people. The club also has a 'sub club' downstairs downstairs called 'Hush', this is actually the only dedicated urban night club in Blackpool. Rumours has lots of ongoing drinks promotions with bottled drinks starting at £1.50. Rumours, 11 Talbot Road Blackpool, FY1 1LB, Tel: 01253 293204
Scrooges Wine Bar
Scrooges Wine Bar is a late night bar in the heart of the town which many regular ongoing drinks promotions. The venue has a good live music scene with hot and cold food available. Scrooges Wine Bar is popular with the the locals and mainly used as a first port of call before heading to the clubs. Scrooges Wine Bar, 2/4 Millbourne Street, Blackpool, FY1 3ER
The Bierkeller is a traditional German style drinking emporium on the promenade next to the waxworks. The Bierkeller club serves a host of Bavarian beers from the pump served in pint glasses, steins or by bottle. The bar serves a range of hot and cold food with seating for over 350 people. The club also features a regular oompah band performing traditional drinking songs.Blackpool Bierkeller, 93 Promenade, Blackpool - 0845 533 3000
The Blue Room
The Blue Room (formerly the Stanley Arms) is a pub that is best known for it's live music scene. The pub has a good view with a pool table. Local ales are beers are also available. The Blue Room, 139 Church Street Blackpool, Lancashire FY1 3NX, 01253 316393
The Litten Tree
The Litten Tree is a popular venue situated centrally near all the main clubs in the area. The Litten tree has a dancefloor & dj at the weekends and the venue has a really good vibe. 8-14 Queen Street City Centre, Blackpool FY1, 01253 629930
The Tache is a specialist rock and heavy metal club night that has been in Blackpool for over 30 years. The club's original venue on Cookson Street was sadly schedueled for demolition in 2011 but has now managed to secure new premises at the Beat Nightclub, which is upsatirs at the Rose and Crown. The new Tache will regularly host theme nights and live acts. The Tache, Corporation St Blackpool, FY1 1EJ,01253 299 821
The Walkabout is an Austrailian theme pub chain with bars in a lot of the major towns and cities in the UK. The Blackpool Walkabout attracts a really young crowd and a weekends there is always a Q outside the entrance. The Walkabout serves a large range of different drinks and cocktails, with hot food vailable. There are large screens all over the venue, with key football, rugby and Austrailian sports events being screened. As the outside venue walls are all glass you can actually see inside the venue to see how busy it is before you decide to go inside. The Walkabout, 1-9 Queen Street Blackpool FY1 1NL,Tel: 01253 749132
The West Coast Rock Cafe
The Club Above (at the West Coast Rock Cafe)- The Club above is situated upsatirs at the wonderful West Coast Rock Cafe, with a dancefloor, bar, stage area and plasma screens showing music videos the venue has a real indie vibe to it. 5-7 Abingdon Street City Centre, Blackpool, FY1 1DG, 01253 751 283
Yates Wine Lodge
Yates Wine Lodge Currently has two venues in Blackpool, one in the South Shore area in one in the town centre. The original town centre Yates burnt down in a fire in 2009 but has now relocated to a new premises. Yates Wine Lodge always offer a good range of entertainment alongside their food and drink business.