Find nighttime entertainment and the popular nightspots at Weirs Beach.
Live bands, cocktails, great company, and so much more.
At the Patio Garden Restaurant, you can sit outside on the front lawn, bleachers or deck; or under cover at the bar or seated in the cocktail lounge. Solo or duo performers on Friday nights, rock bands on Saturday nights, and the Boardwalk Jazz Quartet on Sunday nights.
At the Weirs Beach Lobster Pound, there is live music on the deck on Friday and Saturday nights and late Sunday afternoons.
The Looney Bin hosts bands during bike week, and sometimes features bands on Sunday afternoons.
The Christmas Island Steakhouse features entertainment on Wednesday nights.
The Crazy Gringo is a perennial local favorite. The small bar attracts quite a large crowd. (In its previous incarnations, this Mexican restaurant was known as Rita’s, and prior to that, as Nothin’ Fancy). Occasional live entertainment.
The Paradise Beach Club features the largest dance floor in Weirs Beach. Rock and roll bands on Friday and Saturday nights.
The Tower Hill Tavern has great blues bands on Friday and Saturday nights; and a TV wall for sporting events.
The Hideout Saloon, at #343 Lakeside Avenue, is the newest drinking “spot” in Weirs Beach, and about the same size.
At the Naswa Resort, you’ll feel like you’re in the tropics at the fantabulous Nazbar Beach Bar, where there are live bands on most summer weekend afternoons and various other entertainment during the season.
At the “Saloon Corner” at the intersection of Route 3 and Roller Coaster Road, you’ll find a saloon that caters primarily to the biker crowd. The Broken Spoke Saloon has multiple locations, with branches at the four largest US motorcycle rallies (in order of size, they are Sturgis, SD; Daytona, FL; Laconia (Weirs Beach), NH; and Myrtle Beach, NC). The Saloon is a very popular nightspot during Motorcycle Week, when there are bands, contests, and some really wild shows.
Visit Weirs Beach to be entertained every night as part of your vacation today!
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