Do you like to dance? Because we know if you’re going to the club it’s probably to get your groove on! But in Downtown St. Pete, where should you go? We’ve put together a list of the best night clubs in Downtown St. Pete so you can find the right one for you!


Enigma is the EDGE District’s hottest nightclub! It is a lively lounge with several rooms, a cozy dance floor & sidewalk tables, plus billiards & karaoke that is open seven days a week. Each night they have specials like a chance to win $175 with The Lady Janet on Wednesday Nights. All you have to do is sing, dance or bring a talent to the stage for a chance to win! And join in the fun on Friday nights when they perform their famous drag show! If you’re looking to dance in a carefree environment, Enigma is the place for you.

The Estate

The Estate is exactly what you think of when you hear the word “nightclub.” It's a stylish, high-energy space with an atmosphere that gives guests an unparalleled experience of sight and sound. They have full bars that rival the world’s best, and try some of their creative cocktails such as the Post Melone and the Smokeshow. The Post Melone consists of tequila, watermelon, lime, agave nectar and cilantro. Stop by The Estate today for a fun night full of debauchery with friends!

260 First

260 First is a lively nightspot with dance parties in an airy space with laser lights, video screens and three balconies. Their resident DJ’s, DJ Ekin and DJ Spindiana Jones, play dance music and Top 40 hits that have guests dancing until the early hours the next day. Be sure to get there before midnight because they’re always packed in like sardines after the clock strikes midnight.

360 Rooftop

360 Rooftop might be for the more boujee friends in your group. Not only does it offer a panoramic view of the Gulf of Mexico, the Intracoastal Waterway and vibrant Downtown St. Pete but it turns into a hotspot at night for dancing and more. Check out the view from 6pm-10pm during the week and try their Beat The Clock Happy Hour where prices change by the hour. Race the clock and drink for cheap or enjoy the sunset from one of their plush couches any day from 3pm-10pm when the 360 rooftop is open!

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Ruby's Elixir

Ruby Elixir is the premier spot for live music in Downtown St. Pete. They offer a vintage-style bar for nightly live jazz, blues & soul music. You’ll hear music from local artists like Shawn Brown, Josh Lambkin and Noel Rochford this summer. Try the Soul Music Mule or the Rock Collins cocktail that pairs perfectly with the live music being played throughout the venue.

Ringside Cafe

Ringside Cafe is another rock & blues mainstay in St. Pete! They host live music seven nights a week and have a full liquor bar with lunch and dinner menus. This upcoming weekend they’re having three different acts play live music that will have everyone up and dancing! You’ll be able to see bands like No Filter, who all play's covers of all your favorite hits! So get your groove on to these dance bands at Ringside Cafe!

The Bends

The Bends is known as the classy dive bar in Downtown St. Pete! It is a raucous bar that features signature cocktails and frequent DJs that spin a variety of music that gets guests up and dancing. The Bends is the perfect spot for your hipster friends, as they have the perfect backgrounds for their Instagrams! It’s also located in the neighborhood of hipster dreams, the EDGE District, with murals on almost every wall in the area. It's the classiest dive for a night out with live music and dancing!

The One Night Stand

The One Night Stand is Downtown St. Pete’s only country music club! They play plenty of country music and Top 40 hits so you can your friends can rock your best flannels and Daisy Dukes. There's a mechanical bull right near the front windows so everyone passing by can watch you hold on for dear life as the bull attempts to buck you off. Don’t think about it too hard, just give it a try!

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