The revitalized Riverfront is a popular spot for nightlife, with plenty of venues for live music. Dravo Plaza is the place to go for outdoor jazz, reggae, classical, and blues, and concerts are held on summer Thursdays. New Riverfron restaurants include: Kooma ( Japanese) Big Fish, CW Harborside, Harry's Seafood, Iron Hill Brewery, Joe's Crab Shack, Molly and Tomothy's. For a little history with your night out, visit Kelly’s Logan House. Built in 1864 and named for the Union Army general John A. Logan, this hotspot has live acoustic music on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, live bands Thursdays through Saturdays, plus a DJ on the weekends. And nearby at Catherine Rooney’s, in Trolley Square, visitors can hear Irish rock and folk music on Fridays and Saturdays.


Those who prefer something more quiet can take in a show at the Theatre at Nemours. This 221-seat independent and foreign film theatre has shows Friday and Saturday nights, and Sunday afternoons.