Boston’s Ten Most Popular Night Clubs

There are Black-owned restaurants with live music, great food and atmosphere. To be clear, the night clubs millennials and urban professionals go to on a regular basis are Multi-Cultural. I would even say International. See list below.

“Black owned clubs” are the small bars in Dorchester, Roxbury and Mattpan nighborhood street corners. People who know each other go there. Its a local thing.

The Africans party with big crowd rented function halls, Caribbeans have their own cultural centers, Haitians have clubs, and African Americans do Wallys Jazz Pub ,Darrell Corner Bar and Kitchen and SLADES, his newest – both, for food and live music — and everyone is doing Rooftop hotel pool lounges, boat cruise rides, martinni bars downtown and atmospheric clubs in Cambridge and Providence.

Millennials have  thing going where they will meet in prearrange places often when DJ centers the vibe. For HIP HOP – the Middle East Club in Cambridge will have it, as will a few other locations. There is more to be said about this and the parallel college student party scene where every school and university around here has a Black Student Associationt that plans events. more later..

Top Ten List of Boston Clubs taken for a popular smartphone app that counts how many people book going.

1. Royale
279 Tremont St., Downtown

2. Whisky Saigon
116 Boylston St., Downtown

3. Jillian’s Lucky Strke Lane
145 Ipswich St., Fenway

4. Club Oberon
2 Arrow St., Cambridge

5. Good Life  on the Black list
28 Kingston St., Downtown

6. Bijou
51 Stuart St., Chinatown

7. ICON
100 Warrenton St., Downtown

8. Venu
100 Warrenton St., Downtown

9. Storyville
90 Exeter St., Back Bay

10. Tequila Rain
3 Lansdowne St., Fenway