Cities & Nightlife
North American Cities: After Dark
City skyline at dusk.

Glamorous and chic, these cities throughout the U.S. and Canada boast cosmopolitan nightlife sure to keep you entertained into the wee hours of the morning.

The neon lights of Radio City Music Hall glow in magenta and gold during a New York City evening
New York

In the city that never sleeps, nightclubs, rooftop bars, cocktail lounges and speakeasies are open for every taste and whim, but it is New York’s seemingly endless cultural offerings that really sets it apart.

Tina Guo walks along Bourbon Street
New Orleans

Rich in history and personality, New Orleans is unlike any other US city. From iconic jazz clubs to 24-hour-a-day beignets, revelry reigns supreme in the Big Easy.

South Beach Architecture

Home to a multitude of bustling neighborhoods like Little Havana, Wynwood and the Art Deco District, Miami is filled with endless opportunities for urban exploration.

Tall buildings overlook an ice-skating rink at night

Toronto is as lively at night as it is during the day. Get a remarkable view of the city from CN Tower’s EdgeWalk; explore dining and shopping in Harbourfront; or attend a screening at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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Los Angeles

Days spent lounging by the pool. Nights remembered with incredible cuisine and cocktails. With its confluence of cultures, access to an abundance of fresh produce and an influx of talented chefs in recent years, Los Angeles is home to one of the most exciting food scenes in the country. 

A curved tunnel with honeycomb-like cutouts stretches across a walkway

Improv, that special breed of spontaneous, unscripted hilarity, is a hallmark of Chicago’s nightlife scene. Catch a show at The Second City theater, which counts people like Tina Fey and Bill Murray as alumni.

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