Sun is shining, the weather is sweet, makes you want to move your dancing feet.
Kaua`i is perhaps the most mellow of the main Hawaiian Islands, especially after the sun sets below the horizon. Although it's mostly known for it's perfect sandy beaches and clear blue water, you'll find a fair share of places to twist and move, socialize and meet new people, and people watch and let loose. Although wild dance clubs with bright laser lights and loud bass are pretty much absent from the island, there is a generous amount of places to dance and socialize to local bands and music.
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Local Expert Tip: "Catch sports on the TV here before live music later in the night."
Local Expert Tip: "You can head into Tahiti Nui a little dressed up or right off the beach."
Local Expert Tip: "Dress up a little before a night at The Point."
Local Expert Tip: "Catch the sunset on a south side beach before a night at the Library."
Local Expert Tip: "If you're staying anywhere on the North Shore, Bouchon's offers awesome nighttime entertainment. "
Local Expert Tip: "Enjoy a Pacific Rim meal at Duke's Canoe Club before letting lose at the Barefoot Bar."
Local Expert Tip: "Every Friday night Hanapepe offers art, music, and entertainment."
Local Expert Tip: "You'll find awesome local music here on weekends."
Local Expert Tip: "Fun option for a pool table and karaoke."