11 Waters Edge Circle
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 863-7544
Fax: (512) 863-7545
Wild West is one of the most popular nightspots in Cedar Parks with an ambience that will surely remind you of cowboys and the West. Sporting foot-tapping country music, the much-awarded nightclub and bar hosts live shows and DJ nights where patrons get to dance and unwind. It operates from Wednesdays to Friday each week and provides a gala time with Ladies Nights, non-smoking bars and plenty of revelry.
Club breeze is a lounge & nightclub, which is a quite a good one to drop by at. It's so, not only because it's a nightclub but also because of its smart lighting and its trendy ambiance. This club has a lot to offer from live music to DJ's sound, from great food to the variety in the drinks selection. It can occupy over 450 people with ease, giving the people nothing to complain about.
Welcome to Shenanigans Nightclub! At this club, there are lots of things to look forward to. Starting with the awesome music that sets the mood to the great food which would keep your energy level high enough to dance and keep up with the music. Live music karaoke is one of the main entertaining factors of this nightclub. That's not it, pool, Golden tee 2003, shuffle board, dart and more. But if you just want to sit and eat and feel at home, you can always make use of the big screen TV's. So much at this one nightclub, and how is it possible that you won't have fun?
BB Rover's Cafe & Pub is a wonderful place to be at, anytime. It's not just because of the timings, but also the atmosphere that is ever so friendly and relaxed. With a fine decor, this place possesses comfy seats and fairly big tables. Now the menu has a lot on it to choose from. With lip-smacking appetizers, soup of the day and lunch specials are served too. Half-pound burgers and refreshing beverages, if you're up only for a small meal. Besides that, one can choose from almost 300 beers and ales. This bar also has a dog-friendly patio. Another USP is the wireless internet available, for free. Live music to set the mood, at this bar.
Club Tangerine, located in the exotic Renaissance Austin Hotel is also known as the Club Renaissance. The wonderful dance floor at the club makes it one of the hottest hang out destinations in Austin. This club is a perfect place for social networking in a chilled out atmosphere.
Not all of the finer dance spots are located on or near Sixth Street. This Tejano-style nightclub features a cavernous dance floor and longneck beers on most nights and reasonably priced margaritas, to lubricate a good mood before and after the workout you will get amongst the dancers. The bucking bronco on the logo outside pretty much tells you what to expect. Leave your tuxedo at home, dress casually and show up expecting to have a laid-back good time.
Dallas Nite Club, known for their Ladies' Night on every Saturday, is a gem of a nightclub. People go bizarre dancing to the sounds of the DJ at this old establishment. And if you're looking out for good country dance partners, this is the place to be at. Drinks at great prices is one of the reasons why people drop by here so often. If you're interested in finding some younger female crowd and good-looking cowboys, you have to step into this club.
Tejano Ranch, is a nightclub known for its country/tejano type of music. Mainly known for the events on every Friday and Saturday, this club can really make you experience an eventful evening. The club has a slight touch of Texas atmosphere, not to mention the cowboy hats worn by many men out there. Drink at great prices with the DJ doing his bit. Live bands and more to add to this unusual club in Austin.
The Dry Creek Saloon is one of Austin's older and less well-known watering holes. It is a beer-only bar and they don't take credit cards so remember to stop at an ATM before you arrive. Upstairs on the deck, patrons can catch some afternoon sun while, on occasion, enjoying some live music. While a serious dive bar at first glance, Dry Creek has become a favorite for those looking for a laid back happy-hour experience.
Nasty's may not personify its name but it's surely one awesome bar. It's like a house of happiness where everything possibly could make you smile. The atmosphere here is pretty casual while the ambiance has an evening feel to it thanks to the dim lights but not dark as such. The bartenders and the staff are quite up to the mark, while the drinks are available at reasonable prices. Besides the awesome music provided by the DJ, live music being performed by Austin's local artists. There are pool tables, dart boards and video games to enhance the entertainment factor. And thanks to the above, a good crowd shows up every time. Over all it's quite a decent place to hang out at.
With its little stage having played host to some big names over the decades, Hole in the Wall has long been regarded as one of the city's most storied venues. Today, it mostly serves as a launching pad for local up-and-comers ranging in size and genre from 9-piece bluegrass bands to individual singer-songwriters. And although the nature of the crowd itself is subject to similarly sudden shifts (this often being a function of the performing schedule), the bar's proximity to UT brings in a steady flow of students and associated youngsters, most of whom come in for pitchers of Shiner and Lone Star.
Located on the UT campus, this small dark cavern is a singer/songwriter paradise. The venue attracts local artists as well as nationally recognized ones. Acoustic combos also play here. The Cafe is rather small, so the acoustics are great and the audience is filled with both devoted music fans and the university crowd. It can be difficult to find; call ahead for walking directions on campus.