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Oakland California is one of the biggest port cities in the Bay Area of California and has a lot more than that to offer. They are home to the professional baseball team the Oakland A's that make it a big draw for sports fans. They also play host to the NFL Oakland raiders who boast one of the most dedicated fan bases in all of sports. Oakland has a significant art scene and claims the highest concentration of artists per capita in the United States which is a bold statement but once you visit you will see why. There also happens to be a significant amount of great clubs and bars to satisfy your craving for nightlife. Be its sports, art, or just plain fun Oakland has got you covered.
Bars and Date Spots:
Cato's Ale House
3891 Piedmont Ave., Oakland, California
Bring a date or some friends to Cato's Ale House and all of their preconceived notions about you will instantly change because this local bar has that undiscovered, low-key hipster vibe that you've sought all your life. Seriously the grub is classic pub style and, while serving only beer and wine, the libation selection is extensive. Also, on most nights, a cosmopolitan mix of live music acts play, but never drown out your conversation; because now, through your choice of watering holes, your opinion matters.
5422 College Ave., Oakland, California
The Conga Lounge embodies the essence of retro cool. A local bar that breaks away from the average hum-drum of our digitized world with kitschy lounge music, 50's decor, old movies and great island cocktails, the Conga Lounge will make you feel as if Don Ho could come walking through the door at any minute. This bar is a local favorite of hip cats and cool chicks that are longing for an extended stay in the islands, but whose budget allows for a bar tab instead of a plane fare.
4044 Broadway, Oakland, California;
What makes dive bars so unique and fun to get sauced in is not only the seamy cast of regulars, but the music, and George Kaye's is no exception. Hands down one of the best dive bars in Oakland, George Kaye's sports a jukebox that would make any audiophile weak in the knees; if you're down to hear Duke Ellington, Jawbreaker, Dean Martin, the Buzzcocks, Lynard Skynard and Patsy Cline back to back, then grab cocktail or five and a stool at George Kaye's.
Kingman's Lucky Lounge
3332 Grand Ave., Oakland, California
Kingman's Lucky Lounge is a pioneer of the "ultra-lounge" trend, sporting an urban chic decor and an upscale, and hipster atmosphere. However, unlike more pretentious establishments, Kingman's Lucky Lounge still offers drink specials, friendly bartenders, and house DJs who keep the beats thumping and the grooves deep while commanding the dance floor. Leave your ratty A's cap at home and bust out some cool threads to come chill with your friends at this local bar hotspot.
Luka's Taproom and Lounge
2221 Broadway, Oakland, California
Luka's gets everything right, from their unique selection of beers and cocktails, to their diverse selection of California brassiere food, to the funky vibe with displayed works by local artists and funkier music provided by resident premier DJs. Luka's is a seriously hip local bar and dance club that has an indelible Oakland feel; why cross the bridge when this is in your own backyard?
435 13th St., Oakland, California
For a hip local bar with a dive bar flavor, it's hard to beat the up-and-coming Radio Bar, an establishment that's breathing new life into the Oakland bar scene. Equipped with a DJ booth that has a commanding view of the floor, Radio boasts some of the East Bay's best spinners winding out an eclectic array of chill tunes. There's a nice mix of cocktails to choose from and Radio busts out with happy hour on weeknights. Plus, the chic decor creates an atmosphere that rivals any lounge across the Bay, with Chinese lanterns that dance off the red walls.
Heinold's First & Last
48 Webster St., Oakland, California
That tipsy feeling you get at Heinold's First & Last isn't necessarily from the booze. This local bar fave was damaged in the "Big One" (that's right, it's been here that long). Still decorated like a creepy old fisherman's cabin mixed with the nostalgia of the Pacific theater of WWII, and still rocking the original gas lamps, Heinold's is the perfect local bar to take out of towners so they can see firsthand that living in the paradise that is the Bay Area doesn't come without its perils. Also, Heinold's is situated right on Jack London Square, so while downing your hot buttered rum you can watch lazy boats on the Bay.
3758 Piedmont Ave., Oakland, California
A classic corner neighborhood bar, Egbert Souse's pays homage to the late comedian W.C. Fields, and the prices seem almost stuck in that bygone era. You can get a heavy pour on mixed drinks for about three bucks and beer is even cheaper; what more could you possibly ask for in a bar? The shabby interior and antiquated jukebox haven't been updated in forever, but the decor is not what draws patrons here.
Talk of the Town
4481 International Blvd., Oakland, California
Heck, strong drinks, good Mexican food, live local music acts downstairs and headliners upstairs; nothing more needs to say anything more. Except that Talk of the Town is a hip little joint with a great local bar feel, that packs in a tuned in, friendly crowd whenever there's live music. Really, Oakland has no other place like this, so now you're obligated to check it out and don't worry, you will not be sorry that you did.