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The first thing you may spot when you walk in here is a 2,000-gallon shark tank-thus, the name of the club. Although it's a bit of a drive, it is well worth it. It has a very good-looking college crowd who dance away on the two dance floors and chill out on an outside patio.
841 Baker St.
Q's Billiard Club
Crowd is mostly young and very culturally diverse. It's three stories with a dance floor on the bottom floor, pool tables and bars on the second and third floors. It's in Old Town Pasadena. If you don't like this place, there are plenty more to choose from!
38 W. Colorado Blvd.
Casual, inexpensive, fun, young, and one crazy bar! This place has 80 beers on tap and 50 color TVs, along with a large patio for you smokers.
60 N. Mountain Ave.
(909) 985- 9114
This very sexy and tantric Orange County lounge has dancing that overlooks the busy streets of the beach city and has a good-looking crowd along with good food! It is difficult to get into, and usually you have to be on the VIP list, but if you can, by all means hit this one up for sure!
1870 Harbor Blvd.
In Cahoots is one of the most happening clubs in North Orange County (which is quite close to Pomona). Every weekend, there are tons of good-looking hotties lined up to get in the doors. This is definitely a place to go to have a good time!
1401 S. Lemon St.
This place has a casual, yet trendy environment with a young crowd. There's great food, pool tables, dancing, and great drinks.
330 W. Birch St.
It's the closest Country-Western bar to CPP-just five minutes away. The dance floor is huge (2,000 square feet) and surrounded by Western-style seating. Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays are always packed. No worries if you can't line dance, though-they'll teach you there!
657 W. Arrow Hwy.
This club is one of the more popular in Hollywood. Unlike a lot of the crowds at the clubs in this area, this one is good and somewhat classy.
6801 Hollywood Blvd.
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Steamers is a kicked-back jazz club with live performances just about every night. They serve awesome martinis and yummy food.
138 W. Commonwealth Ave.
Rockin' Taco Cantina
Rockin' Taco features dueling pianos every Friday and Saturday night.
111 N. Harbor Blvd.
T. Phillips Ale House
Similar to Heroes, T. Phillips is an average bar and restaurant with a comfortable and fun atmosphere.
2335 D St.
(909) 392- 8653
Ziings Bistro & Bar
It's a bistro. It's a restaurant. It's a bar. It's got it all, plus a Chinese flair.
209 N. Harbor Blvd.
Yardhouse has great, strong drinks, and they are known for their yard-tall beers and great food.
12473 N. Main St.
Hi-Brow Sports Bar
An absolute dive bar, but a good place for cheap drinks after a stressful test.
547 E. Foothill Blvd.
Brandin' Iron Saloon & Dance Hall (The BI)
This place is great for those under 21 as well as over 21. The people are good-looking, the guys are respectful, and there is all sorts of crazy line dancing. Wednesdays are the best nights to go-that's when all the college students are there.
320 S. E. Street
Beer Hunter Sports Pub & Grill
This is a really laid-back place; a definite sports bar. A lot of guys hang out here to watch the games, but it's a good place to go with a big group of people, too. They have around 30 beers on tap and 150 bottled.
12809 Foothill Blvd.
Chomp Sushi & Teppan Grill
Fun times here! The chefs cook for you and drink with you! The sushi is amazing, and they are well known for their sake bombs. If you are there to eat, you can eat at the sushi bar, and there is also some grill-side seating.
181 E. Commonwealth Ave.
Similar to T. Phillips, this bar is also packed, especially on weekends. They have great food, along with huge glasses of beer-and you get to throw peanut shells on the floor!
125 W. Santa Fe Ave.
This is a retro-style cocktail lounge, and it's all that a lounge should be. The people there are pretty artsy and a little on the eccentric side, but you need to pay a visit here at least once.
115 W. Santa Fe Ave.
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Oak Tree Lanes
Oak Tree Lanes is a typical bowling alley just a few miles away from CPP. They have a hole-in-the-wall place to eat, too, which is fattening, but pretty good late at night when you are craving junk food.
990 N. Diamond Bar Blvd.
An advanced version of go-kart racing, you can drive a 300-hp dragster and model-sized grand prix cars. Along with racing, there is indoor miniature golf and video games. It's a cool place to go on a date, but it can get a little pricey.
17871 Castleton St.
City of Industry
Silver Cue Family Billiards
This place has been around for a while, so it's a little old. The atmosphere is very casual. It used to be a billiard hall full of smoke and drunks, but it's been taken under new ownership so it's getting cleaned up. It's just an average place to play some pool.
310 N. Citrus Ave.
Rock N Java Coffeehouse
Seems to be a pretty chill coffeehouse. They have musical performances Friday nights, ranging from jazz to alternative.
817 Harbor Blvd.
Indoor go-kart racing, but 10 times faster! Races range from $20-$25 a piece.
1431 N. Main St.
Crazy Horse Club
Club by the West Covina Mall. Mix of 80's music, Hip Hop, House, and Mash Up. Really popular with the under-21 crowd from CPP.
Home Brew Coffee Co.
It's a coffeehouse, juice bar, bistro, dessert place, comedy club, and music venue, all in one! HBCC has got it all. It's right next to Montana's, too, so if you want to grab a light bite before going line dancing, this is the place to go!
661 W. Arrow Hwy.
Game Works is a video arcade on steroids! It's two stories filled with every type of video game you can think of, as well as pool tables and a full bar.
4541 Mills Circle