10 Best Nightclubs in Hawaii
You’ve been hitting the trails and taking in all the tours during the day; now it’s night time and you want to relax a little, right? Show off your dance moves at one of the many nightclubs in Hawaii. Here are our top 10.
1. M Nightclub, Honolulu:
This restaurant and nightclub lets you dance the night away till 4 in the morning, highlighted by VIP bottle service. You can also rent it out for private parties and events, but it’s great just as a place to catch up with friends and enjoy the other side of Hawaii. The island’s best DJs spin the latest tunes, but there are also live acts that entertain with all genres of music, such as rock and rap.
2. Bar 35, Honolulu:
If you love beer, you’ll love it here. You’ll find this casual yet upscale place in downtown Chinatown, serving 150 brews hailing from 20 countries. Whether you like pale ale or porter, there’s something for everyone here. The bar’s signature Cherry Bloom Princess or Red Lantern are to die for. Dance to DJs and live music every day of the week.
3. Rumours, Honolulu:
For the more mature crowd, this nightclub is for a seasoned crowd who’s been there, done that, and just wants to kick back to some tunes from the 60s, 70s, 80s and today. Certain nights of the week even feature karaoke or ballroom dancing.
4. Moose McGillycuddy’s, Maui:
Located on Front Street in Lahaina, this is the center of the action. Just walking down the street, you’ll hear music originating from this club, drawing you in to strut your stuff. Popular with both locals and tourists, you’ll hear live music and DJ music spinning the latest Top 40 tunes. Come for happy hour and stay into the night.
5. Kahale’s Beach Club, Maui:
If you want to see how the locals live, come to this local joint where the drinks are cheap and the times are good. It’s a small club decked out in beach themes, and you’ll be treated to lots of live music from bands playing Hawaiian music.
6. Molokini Bar, Maui:
Its namesake is the far-off island you can see on a clear day, offering breath taking views of the sunset. Munch on appetizers and sip drinks as you listen to the refreshing live entertainment and dance your cares away.
7. Oceans Sports Bar and Grill, the Big Island:
This is the place to go if you don’t like change. A true sports bar through and through, it doubles as a restaurant during the day and transforms into a hopping club by night. Friday and Saturday nights are the busiest for those over 21 looking for a party.
8. Blue Dragon Coastal Cuisine & Musiquarium, the Big Island:
If you like delicious food, drink and dancing, this is the spot for you. Enjoy local foods such as fish and produce, with much of the menu featuring healthy vegetarian, gluten free and vegan fare.
9. Huggo’s on the Rocks, the Big Island:
If you’re up for more of a party scene for the younger crowd, head next door to Huggo’s to enjoy the outdoor bar and dance club underneath a traditional thatched roof.
10. Tahiti Nui, Kaui:
On an island known for its laid-back atmosphere, it’s not surprising that the vibe at Tahiti Nut is more chilled. Live music is presented every Friday and Saturday nights featuring reggae, Hawaiian, or cover rock bands.
After all the touring of Hawaii during the day, set up by Hoku Hawaii Tours, relax and unwind at one of these clubs.