Built as an American Legion Hall in 1929, Los Globos enjoys an unrestricted dance license—which means you can dance (though not drink) till dawn, Friday through Sunday. Its storied history includes being one of the city’s first gay nightclubs, as well as a long-running Latin dance club—a tradition new owner Steve Edelson continues downstairs. Upstairs, top DJs and everything from Brit punk progenitors the Vibrators to Studio One legend “Mr. Rocksteady” Ken Boothe are featured. Enjoy the beautiful tile throughout, but take care on the old steps leading down to the smoking patio; after a few drinks, their odd-sized treads are treacherous. Parking available in the adjacent paid lot.
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