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; A typical downtown hole in the wall turns into an indie disco dance party most weekends. If you’re there during the week, be sure to bring quarters for the jukebox. Drinks are cheap. Maybe that’s why we keep going back.


; A young crowd in their best club-wear dance to ridiculously loud Top 40, techno, and an abundance of remixes at this modern, upscale ivory-tinged lounge, where the martinis are flowing and stilettos rule the dance floor. Friday nights win, with no cover and $3 whatever you want all night long.

SA’s first hotel-style rooftop lounge is an official must-see for partyers under 30. You might have to wait in line on a weekend night, but the place honestly looks best before the crowd arrives. Consider arriving early for an outdoor cocktail; if it feels like a good fit, you’ll be in position for a rotating cast of DJs and people watching of the ego-fueled variety. Luxe outdoor furnishings give IVY a slick South Beach vibe, while drink prices fortunately remain within this time zone.
Kickers, classic-rock, and rap coexist happily here, aided by a karaoke-brokered dance floor that's run with flash and authority by Big Tyme's Big Daddy Fred. -- Mark Jones (03/09)
Possibly SA’s most entertaining karaoke spot, Pegasus is also the most foolproof gay;meat market in town. Catch up on danceable music videos in the main bar, or gossip with the drag divas slamming high-octane cocktails before taking the stage elsewhere on the strip.;

; Everybody really will know your name at this old-fashioned Tejano bar. Best use: unwinding after work with $1.75 longnecks (Tuesdays and Thursdays) or dancing to live music on Fridays.

Featuring upbeat Top 40 music from the 80s to present day, a plush;environment, beautiful go-go dancers, and several VIP areas. Dress code enforced
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