Age is no barrier when it comes to partying, isn’t that true? Recently, individuals of various ages and backgrounds gathered in an online conversation to unveil the ultimate party destinations in America. If you’re seeking a memorable night out that might leave you with a pounding headache the next day, these cities are where the action happens!
1. San Diego, California
From the beautiful people to the gorgeous beaches and the seemingly-endless brigade of quality bars and restaurants, San Diego may be the single greatest party destination in the country. When you factor in the perfect year-round weather, spending a weekend in San Diego and living it up sounds like an even sweeter proposition!
2. Las Vegas, Nevada
What more can be said about the unofficial party capital of the United States? Gamblers, drinkers, and degenerates of all types visit Sin City to experience the city’s highs (and lows). Sure, being treated to a massive hangover is part of the fun, but remember what they say: What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.
3. Put-In-Bay, Ohio
This little-known island off the shores of Lake Erie is low-key a phenomenal party city. Not only can you only access the island by boat, but the island Put-In-Bay is only a few miles long, meaning that golf carts are the only way to get around when you visit. So when you sprinkle in plenty of nightlife, you have an unforgettable party weekend in Ohio – on an island I’m sure you’ve never heard of.
4. New Orleans, Louisiana
Debauchery abounds in New Orleans – especially on the infamous Bourbon Street, where bars seemingly outnumber people! Much like Las Vegas, visiting New Orleans for a weekend getaway or a bachelor party is considered a rite of passage for many people in their 20s and 30s. Savvy partiers know to visit during Mardi Gras, an annual celebration full of parades and round-the-clock partying.
5. Washington, D.C.
The nation’s capital knows how to party, as there’s a level of class and sophistication that other cities sorely lack. “I really do think D.C.’s party scene is one of the most underrated, but I also know D.C.’s the best,” confesses one local. “There’s an amazing variety of bars and clubs to go to, and the fun never ends.”
6. Nashville, Tennessee
Coined the “Bachelorette Party Capital of the World,” Nashville is becoming increasingly popular with young adults because, simply, the vibe is fantastic. Imagine a town with country music playing everywhere, cheap drinks at every bar, and an endless parade of attractive young adults everywhere you look – that’s Nashville!
7. New York City, New York
The city that never sleeps is a prominent party destination for many people, if only for one specific reason: The town never closes, so theoretically, the party could never end! So if you want to drink until four o’clock in the morning, you can. With endless nightlife options and arguably the best public transportation system in the country, NYC is many partiers’ favorite city.
8. Miami, Florida
Miami is the home to some of the best world-class DJs in the world, frequently setting the tone for some of the best clubs you’ll ever step foot in. While the club scene isn’t for everybody, anyone visiting Miami confesses to being swept away by the infectious beats the thriving city is known for, making it an ultimate American party destination.
9. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
If you want to play the numbers game, you’ll always come out on top when you visit Pittsburgh. “Pittsburgh is one of the top ten cities with the most bars and clubs per capita,” reports one partier. “East Carson Street in South Side and Oakland are most popular.” I’ve partied in Pittsburgh many times, and their bartenders can pour a potent drink!
10. Chicago, Illinois
Consider Chicago if you’re turned off by the sky-high prices at clubs and bars in cities like Los Angeles, Miami, and New York City. Many partiers enjoy the Chicago party scene more than in larger cities simply because it’s more affordable! In addition, spending a night out and still having money left in your wallet the following day can help ease any hangover!
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