Where’s The Party?

Many students come to Morgan State University year after year for an education but what happens when classes have ended, the books are closed, and the pens are down?

Power Plant Live! (21+)

A variety of clubs, bars, restaurants, and other party-oriented businesses located in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore City.  This destination is perfect for anyone 21-years-old and up! You can enjoy a more upscale destination like Mosaic and Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse or MEX an eclectic tequila bar with great Mexican Bar.

Rec Room (21+)

A bar in Towson Town Center with a fun worry-free atmosphere with a cabana bar used for warmer weather that everyone favors. If you are looking for a good time with drinks and fun, this is the place for you!

Oxygen (18+)*

A two level upscale night club located walking distance from the Inner Harbor. This destination is frequently used for events like Birthday parties since they have many party packages available for reasonable prices. They also have special events open to the public like “I Luv Fridays”.

Voltage (18+)*

A dance club and just happens to be the largest club in Baltimore. Voltage attracts the most diverse club around due to the atmosphere and music. They have a concert stage equipped with two stripper poles. They have many events from Thursday-Sunday and one that particularly applies to college students is Thursday’s college night where girls get in free and guys get in for $5.

Towson Nights (18+)

A hookah bar located in Towson Town Center. This destination in particular attracts the younger “fresh out of high school” bunch. It’s a relatively small space that is usually packed all weekend. Although the accommodations can sometimes be uncomfortable it’s a really popular place.

Fell’s Point

A historic waterfront neighborhood located in southeast Baltimore with a vast number of restaurants and Bars. This area has no age limit for its public property but many of the bars only want to cater to the 21-years-old and over crowd which make it a general destination for older college students and the general public on holidays like New Year’s Eve and the 4th of July.

One Comment

  1. iSupportBlack says:

    Where are the black owned business that Morganites can visit and patronize?