Comfort Suites Downtown
601 Main St.
Buffalo, NY 14203
Phone: (716) 854-5500
Fax: (716) 854-4836
Located in the Theater District and inside the Chippewa Club Zone, this night club is considered to be one of the best LGBT ones in Buffalo. It has earned this reputation by being totally open in its policies when it comes to customers—be they gay or straight—and by offering the best dance music this side of NYC. Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday nights are reserved for the female impersonators, with two shows each evening. Thursday night is dance night, featuring the best DJs and techno/trance/trip-hop in the city.
Calumet Patio, located in the Theatre District is a venue for live music. Come over all you music lovers and rock the night. See artist like "Daniel Le Disko" from LA, performing here and be sure to have a blast.
The Town Ballroom, formerly known as the Town Casino, hosted many top performers within its walls during its heyday. Singers like Nat King Cole, Sammy Davis and Frank Sinatra graced its stage. It has experimented with many businesses till date, including a theater and various nightclubs. Today, the venue, billed as Buffalo's premier showroom, hosts many well-known local and national acts, including groups like the Goo Goo Dolls, Robert Cray and Panic at the Disco. The venue is also available for holding private parties and receptions.
This underground dance club is the only one of its kind in the Buffalo region. Subzero presents the best DJs spinning all genres of music ranging from house to hip hop and even some old school classics. This nightclub has a 70-foot patio spanning Chippewa Street. This is one place in Buffalo definitely worth checking out.
Located downtown on Chippewa Street, Bottoms Up is a trendy, often crowded bar/club where people come to gather and dance. The club itself is a bit small with an equally diminutive dance floor, but if you choose not to dance, at the bar you and your pals can try out one of their popular 'Fish Bowls'. These fish bowls are actual ones that are filled with almost every type of liquor imaginable; after your order, everyone promptly plops a straw in to take a strong sip. The crowd is different according to the night as well as the music, which ranges from Top-40, rock, EDM and hip-hop.
If cavernous environ, loud music and hep crowd is what you define as spending a lively night with, Level Nightclub is the place for you. The club sinks you down with pleasure as they play hip music echoing all around, just as much inside the club as it does inside you. There are four levels to this nightclub, so you may rest yourself in any that suits you. Gulp down drinks, move to the rhythms, do whatever you want, and for all you know, you may be perceiving an altogether different world at Level.
Chippewa Street is the place for most Buffalonians to come and dance or just have a few drinks. There are so many clubs on this one street, you would think there would be others scattered throughout N.Y.'s second largest city, but most are located here. Nonetheless, Noir features a mixed crowd every night of the week and it also has theme nights like 'Dirty Sexy Saturdays' with 2USD drinks until midnight. Music includes everything from Top-40 and pop to R&B and hip-hop.
Formerly known as the Warehaus, the Buckin' Buffalo Saloon is a star on buffalo's night scene. The club regularly presents live acts and houses three bars. Sip on one of the concoctions prepared here and dive into the 10,000-square-foot dance floor bumping to an eclectic range of music. The Buckin' Buffalo Saloon also holds events like a karaoke night, ladies night and annual events like Miss Buckin' Buffalo.
Located close the the Chippewa Strip, Club W is a lively place to socialize and make friends. The interiors are impressively done with cozy leather couches, a large stage and a dance floor. Bands like the 'Deep Blue Dream', 'Sonic Garden' and 'Jackdaw' have performed at this venue. Titled as the "Best Dance Club of 2007" by the Buffalo Music Awards, this club is a venue for many unforgettable live performances. With Buffalo's biggest 360 bar, the VIP lounge and facilities like wireless internet connection and flat screen TVs, it is one of the best places to host any kind of corporate or social events.
Looking forward to having a great time with your friends then head to the Big Bad Wolf Nightclub. This swanky club offers patrons a chilled-out ambiance and most of its regulars are young people who want to have some fun. Ladies nights, light shows, theme parties and DJ sessions are a regular feature here. During happy hours, you can enjoy a tasty buffet along with your favorite drinks at reasonable prices. It also has a separate VIP area that can be hired for a private tête-à-tête with that special someone. Entry is restricted to 18 and above, so do not forget to carry your photo id. For more details, check website.
The Underground Nightclub is more bar than club, yet most people who come here don't seem to mind because there is ample space for both. The dance floor runs along the bar which makes it a bit small, but it works because it gets the usually motionless people at the bar to join in. Drinks are standard with specials throughout the week and the clientele is primarily LGBT, but everyone is always welcome.
Since 1990 Mohawk Place has been known as one of Buffalo's premier live music clubs. Over the years it has hosted national acts, local live blues acts, as well as underground and independent bands. Actually, they welcome any music that is not mainstream, including indie rock, punk, avant garde, new wave and folk. In 2002, the venue went through a major expansion to allow for a bigger stage and seating for 300. They host a Friday-night happy hour featuring local blues bands.