Augusta's nightlife is lively and caters to any type of person.
Depending on your tastes, you can visit clubs featuring energetic dance floors or sophisticated jazz bands. If you're a local or an out-of-towner, consider these after-hours joints.
Modjeska Ultra Lounge and Cocktails on Broad Street is a pleasant contradiction: The scene inside is so upscale that it's surprising how laid back and down-to-earth everyone is.
There's a diversity of music, of bands and also in the crowd that the Soul Bar attracts. That's what makes this downtown bar different from most bars.
When all the traffic and businesses in the National Hills shopping center are winding down on Fridays and Saturdays, Last Call nightclub is winding up.
Where can you go to watch and judge a bikini contest, have drinks served by ladies dressed in schoolgirl uniforms and dance, dance, dance? At Coconuts in Surrey Center.
More of Augusta Nightlife
- Alex's Restaurant and Sports Bar
- Blind Pig Speakeasy
- The Break Room
- Club 706
- Adam's Lounge
- Joe's Underground Cafe
- Limelite Cafe
- Metro A Coffeehouse
- Orange Moon Cafe
- The Playground
- The Pourhouse
- Robbie's Sports Bar
- Stillwater Tap Room
- Time Piecez
- A Touch of Class
- Whiskey Junction
Augusta.com Web Guide
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