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314 N. College St., 704/375-2779,

HOURS: Thurs.-Sat. 9 P.M.-2 A.M.

COST: $5 (21+), $10 (18-21); free for women Thurs. before midnight Map 1

Alley Cat is one of the newer members of the Uptown club scene. Opened in 2007, it caters to the anti-hip-hop crowd. DJs and live bands play a mix of classic rock, hair bands, and heavy metal. There isn’t a standout feature of the bar: It’s a long, narrow space with a smattering of tables and a dance floor. A large patio (open year-round) has a stage that hosts local bands on weekends.


300 N. College St., #314, 704/342-2545,

HOURS: Thurs.-Sat. 9 P.M.-2 A.M.; Thurs. College Night, Fri. Ladies Night COST: $5; free for women 21+ Thurs. before 11:30 P.M.

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The music is loud and the crowd is young (ages 18 and up are admitted), drunk, andif the girls in short skirts on the swing (yes, a swing) or grinding on top of the bar are any indicationlooking to score. The dress code seems to favor a less is more approach, with tube tops and barely there skirts as the favored apparelexcept on Tuesdays, when college coeds come dressed for bikini bullriding competitions. For some reason, BAR remains a staple of the local nightclub scene. It can get so crowded on the weekends that there is a line for the swing.

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