Dance clubs, sports bars, and pubs can all be found in Greater Binghamton.
In downtown Binghamton, the “State Street Strip” is popular with college students. Boca Joe’s, Dillinger’s, JT’s Tavern, Tom & Marty’s, The Scoreboard, Uncle Tony’s, and The Venue Sports Bar & Music Hall. On the Roxx is nearby.
Across from the DoubleTree by Hilton Binghamton Hotel, Lost Dog Coffee House offers a variety of styles of music including jazz, folk, and acoustic music. Just down the street is the Mad Moose Saloon.
On the south side of Binghamton, just across the river from downtown, The Number 5 restaurant features a bar with live entertainment on the weekends. Several other more casual bars are located within walking distance, including Thirsty’s and Southside Yanni’s.
In town and throughout the suburbs, you’ll find neighborhood eateries and pubs to fit just about every style and taste. From Irish pubs to country bars, and sports bars to wine bars, venues large and small can all be found in Greater Binghamton.
Blind Tiger Pub
Food & Fire BBQ ~ Taphouse
98 State Street
Binghamton, New York 13901-3306
Lost Dog Café & Lounge
Number 5 Restaurant
Thai Time Restaurant
96 Front Street
Binghamton, New York 13905
Tom & Marty’s Town House Restaurant
89 State Street
Binghamton, New York 13901-3384