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Memphis Dance Clubs


Memphis has no shortage of dance clubs that always keep the party going late into the night. Memphis locals love to get down on the dance floor, and the city definitely reflects the needs of its citizens. Many of Memphis’ restaurants clear the tables out and turn into dance clubs late at night, and feature DJs who spin the hottest hits. Alfred’s on Beale Street delivers music, dancing and some of the city’s best barbeque almost every night. Beale’s Club 152 is a classic multi-level dance club that plays bass-heavy hip-hop, house, dance and techno to throngs of eager patrons. Senses, on Poplar Avenue, has six bars and 1,000-square feet of dancing bordered by plush VIP areas. Bust out those dancing shoes because Memphis clubs don’t ever seem to wind down.
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Alfred's

197 Beale St., Memphis, Tennessee; Tel. 901.525.3711
Local Memphis favorite, Alfred’s, serves up music, dancing, barbeque and drinks nearly all night to crowds of locals and visitors. Its large patio is a perfect place to enjoy cocktails during happy hour from the full bar or barbeque from the large restaurant menu. This restaurant, club and bar hybrid captures what nightlife in Memphis should be all about: nightly dancing, plentiful drinking, great live music, delicious barbeque and good people. Alfred’s is perfect for long-time friends to rendezvous or for Memphis singles to hit the town.

Club 152

152 Beale St., Memphis, Tennessee; Tel. 901.544.7011
The multi-level Club 152 on Beale Street offers a mix of hip-hop, house, techno and alternative rock music to fuel night after night of dancing. Numerous bars throughout the club sling cocktails and pour drinks all night long to keep things loose. This may be one of Beale Street’s—and Memphis’—best place to dance, drink, listen to music or simply enjoy some Tennessee nightlife. Club 152 includes everything the savvy Memphis nightlife seeker is in the mood for from a hot singles scene to satisfying drinks.

Raiford’s

115 Vance Ave., Memphis, Tennessee; Tel. 901.9313
Raiford’s may only serve beer—and only 40s—but it boasts some of the best dancing that Memphis’ nightlife has to offer. There is literally nothing like Raiford’s lighted dance floor, plastic chandeliers and a smoke machine that obscures everything—so hold on tight to your 40-ounce beers. This rockin’ Memphis dance club only accepts cash, but that might help solve mornings of wondering, “Where’d my credit card go?” The party really gets started by 2am and since the bar is a hike from Beale Street, it might be the perfect after-party location for an epic night out in Memphis. Any bar that specializes in serving 40-ounces of golden goodness should be on your list of things to do.

Senses

2866 Poplar Ave., Memphis, Tennessee; Tel. 901.454.4081
If six in-house bars, an all-night kitchen and 1,000-square feet of dancing plus two private platforms can’t keep you busy, then Senses might not be your kind of dance club. Awesome light shows and cocktail specials will delight the senses at this hip Memphis club. The interior is downright sexy: curvy couches and comfortable seats adorn the ultra-lounge and patio. Senses is the place to bring friends to drink, eat or dance the night away.
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