The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium features more than 200 beers from over 15 countries. The Ace Apple and Pear Cider on tap are out of this world. Drink specials every Monday through Wednesday nights help offset the expense. A variety of appetizers and entrees will keep your stomach from grumbling. The nacho grande saucedillas are excellent. Cigar aficionados will find a wide selection to smoke while lounging on a sofa inside or watching passers-by from an outside bench.
As one of the swankiest clubs in Little Rock, Sway is the place to be to experience the city's nightlife. Spread out over 3,000 square feet, this club features elevated seating, that surrounds a spacious dance floor, and a VIP area. Perhaps the best part about this club is it's awesome patio, which provides gorgeous skyline views with the glittering lights of downtown.
Offering alternative music shows, the best brews and great food for little money, Vino's Pizza-Pub-Brewery is a popular spot for a variety of crowds. The restaurant features huge portions of pizza, sandwiches and salads at great prices. The Margarita pizza is incredibly cheesy and indulgent. This pub boasts 10 special brews, including Shamrock Stout and Quapaw Quarter Porter. The back room sees the most excitement, with nightly performances from alternative bands to poetry slams.
One of Little Rock's hippest places to be at night is Midtown. Not only can you play pool all night long, you can also check out some of the best regional bands. This bar, which caters to a late '20s, early '30s crowd, serves any drink you can think of, as well as great food for the late-night munchies. A membership is required, but you can buy those at the door.
Looking for a Saturday night hot spot to cut loose and dance through the night in Little Rock? Then head to this super-friendly, late-night haunt on Jessie Road. This nightclub opens its doors to the revelers on Saturdays and entertains them by hosting awesome electronic club nights 'til the break of dawn. Dance with the young crowd as the DJs spin out some amazing techno, hip hop and top 40 hits, or you can relax in the lobby and challenge your friend to a game of pool.
The flashiest (and most popular) two-stepping bar in town, you can enjoy both country and mainstream music at the Electric Cowboy. This place has character, with a crashed semi truck hanging rom the dj's booth and a neon-red-eyed bull's head watching dancers from the wall. The dance floor is spacious and inviting, with plenty of surrounding booths to rest in after two stepping and line dancing. The banquet room can be rented out for events. Thursday and Saturday nights are usually the most popular.
Lifelong dream of owner Don Dugan, Dugan's Pub has quickly become a local favorite. Raising the bar on the usual pub-grub, Dugan's cuisine is made from scratch, using fresh, local ingredients. Expect to find traditional pub fare like soups, salads, appetizers, sandwiches and burgers. An unexpected find is there Irish portion of the menu, which features bangers and mash, Guinness chicken and of course the ubiquitous corned beef hash. The decor lends a cozy air to the bright and open space with dark wood furnishings, stained glass accents, intimate booths and even a double sided fireplace.
Located at the City Center, the Revolution Music Room is a musical avenue and a cozy hangout place with live music performances being the flavor of the house. Popularly known as The Rev, the club hosts local as well as national bands that cater to musical genre like pop, hip-hop and rock. A perfect place to enjoy a late night party with friends. Do call ahead or check the website to know more.