Wind down in Greater Binghamton by getting up and into some of the community’s exciting night life. The after-dark culture here includes brews, food and entertainment – the perfect ingredients to finalize the recipe of a great day.
Revitalized Greater Binghamton buzzes with unique experiences begging to be explored. Tasting rooms transform into entertainment venues when the sun sets, creating an ideal atmosphere for craft brews and dancing to live music. Craft beer connoisseurs can get a taste of handcrafted pints exclusive to the pubs in Greater Binghamton.
Dig into the agricultural heritage by getting a taste of the local fare at one of the many restaurants in the community. The fun and funky atmosphere at the Lost Dog Café brings a little bit of New York City to Water Street. An endless selection of mixed drinks and 18 beers on tap paired with a sleek, jazzy lounge is what makes this restaurant a destination. Extend the evening with dessert at Uncorked Wine and Chocolate Loft.
The Number 5 Restaurant aims to please all prospective visitors by providing them with the finest food, service and atmosphere in town. Grab a bite before a show or sporting event at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.
The numerous agritourism attractions Binghamton offers include some of the best wineries, breweries and restaurants you can imagine. Work off a hearty meal with a stroll in the River Trail at dusk. This 1.5-mile paved trail connects Confluence and Cheri Lindsey parks – both perfect for couples to sit and enjoy the view of the Susquehanna and Chenango rivers.
If you’ve got an appetite for fine art, First Friday Art Walks include stops at the city’s most popular galleries each month. The Tri-Cities Opera complements those sights with world-class sounds that have been performed there for more than 70 years.
Minor league baseball has been a beloved Binghamton pastime for nearly a century. Outdoor lovers can embrace a different kind of night life by kicking their feet up under the warm fluorescent lights at a Binghamton Rumble Ponies game. For those who prefer colder temperatures, Binghamton Devils ice hockey is another fan favorite during the winter. Couple your game of choice with a nightcap and one of many tap-happy pubs.
Whatever you’re in the mood for, Greater Binghamton can serve it up. Whether it be food, brew, arts, entertainment or sports, come see what brings Greater Binghamton to life at night.