Club (The Sims 3: Late Night)

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For clubs in The Sims 4: Get Together, see Club (The Sims 4: Get Together).
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Clubs are a group of similar lot assignments introduced in The Sims 3: Late Night. These venues attract celebrities and serve drinks provided by the Mixology skill.

Clubs are represented by dancing figure map tags. They are middle class juice-selling venues. Some clubs have bouncers and the price of food and drink is higher than in bars. Each type of club offers an exclusive preset selection of Mixology drinks.

Clubs open at 5 PM and close at 4 AM the next day, making them the last juice-selling venues to close. Unlike bars and lounges, premade clubs don't have stages, so bands won't be invited to clubs for gigs.

Types of clubs[edit | edit source]

Dance club[edit | edit source]

Busiest days: Friday and Saturday.

Dance Clubs can host up to four NPC celebrities at any one time. These venues attract Daredevils, Party Animals and Athletic Sims, but repel Bookworms, Loners, Cowards, Snobs and Shy Sims. Sims in the Music career are also more likely to visit this lot.

Dance Clubs encourage Sims to practice their hidden Dancing skill.

Drinks served[edit | edit source]

  • Alien Brain
  • Glow Goo
  • Hemoglobin Shooter
  • KTHXBYE
  • Melted Snowman
  • Neon Breeze
  • Spline Reticulator
  • Spotlight Polish

Poolside club[edit | edit source]

Busiest days: Friday and Saturday.

Poolside Clubs can host up to four NPC celebrities at any one time. This venue attracts Sims that have the Athletic, Loves the Outdoors, and Party Animal traits and repels Sims with the Shy, Hydrophobic, Snob, Coward, Hates the Outdoors and Bookworm traits.

Poolside Clubs encourage Sims to practice their hidden Dancing skill.

Drinks served[edit | edit source]

  • Barnacle Breeze
  • Carribbey Cooler
  • Flaming Flotsam
  • Hemoglobin Shooter
  • Spline Reticulator
  • Tropical Twister
  • WooHoo on the Beach

Disco club[edit | edit source]

Busiest days: Friday and Saturday.

Disco Clubs can host up to four NPC celebrities at any one time, and the venue attracts Athletic Sims, Daredevils, and Party Animals. Bookworms, Cowards, Loners and Shy Sims will avoid this lot.

Disco Clubs encourage Sims to practice their hidden Dancing skill.

Drinks served[edit | edit source]

  • Band Slam
  • Fan Fizz
  • Hemoglobin Shooter
  • Pink Bunny
  • Purple Gnome
  • Rockin Roller
  • Spline Reticulator

Clubs in Bridgeport[edit | edit source]

The Grind[edit | edit source]

The Grind
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The Grind in Bridgeport
Type: Dance Club
2883 Industrial Drive

Built in an abandoned warehouse and resembling a rave, this Dance Club is the most inclusive club, allowing anyone inside it. Its main attraction is an enormous, double-sized dance area for any Sim or state to dance on.

Aquarius[edit | edit source]

Aquarius
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Aquarius in Bridgeport
Type: Poolside Club
1500 Bayshore Highway

Aquarius is a Poolside Club and has two floors; the roof and the penthouse. The roof is the main club area, featuring a large pool and hot tub, but the bouncer keeps out non-celebrities, unless they pay a small bribe. 2-star celebrities (or non-celebrities willing to pay double) can enter the VIP penthouse, which contains a bubble bar and view of the pool's interior.

The Brightmore[edit | edit source]

The Brightmore
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The Brightmore in Bridgeport
Type: Disco Club
9256 Sterling Parkway

The Brightmore, an underground Disco Club, has a common area with an arcade and dance floor that only excludes non-human Sims. Its VIP room is the most exclusive room of any club, requiring 3-star celebrity ratings or a very hefty bribe to enter. In addition to a bar and dance floor, the VIP area has a bubble bar, a foosball table, and a hot tub.