Bars and Night Clubs In Hemet, CA

4 Bars and Night Clubs found
Johnny's Restaurant
1107 W Florida Ave, Hemet CA 92543,
(909) 658-6558
Atmosphere: Lounge
O K Corral Inc
43921 California 74, Hemet CA 92544,
(909) 927-2813
Atmosphere: Bar
Silver Dollar Saloon
408 S Palm Ave, Hemet CA 92543,
(909) 652-8487
Atmosphere: Bar
Trail Too
41823 California 74, Hemet CA 92544,
(909) 658-2422
Atmosphere: Bar

Map of Hemet Bars


A = Johnny's Restaurant
B = O K Corral Inc
C = Silver Dollar Saloon
D = Trail Too

Non Local Bars and Night Clubs

  • Longhorn Tavern 1347 E 6th St, Beaumont, CA
    Bar - 12 Miles
  • Smith Creek Saloon 4296 W Ramsey St, Banning, CA
    Bar - 12 Miles
  • Smugglers Cove Inn 441 E 7th St, Beaumont, CA
    - 12 Miles
  • Player's Lounge LLC 758 Beaumont Ave, Beaumont, CA
    Lounge - 12 Miles
  • Vibe at Morongo Casino Morongo, 49500 Seminole Dr, Cabazon, CA
    Club - 14 Miles
  • Y-Not Tavern 41 S D St, Perris, CA
    Bar - 16 Miles
  • Stage Coach Inn Restaurant 43851 California 79, Aguanga, CA
    Restaurant/Bar - 20 Miles
  • Rumors 1125 Calimesa Blvd, Calimesa, CA
    Bar - 18 Miles
  • Old Chicago Pizza & Sports Bar 165 Ramona Expy, Perris, CA
    Bar - 17 Miles
  • Pepe's Cantina 31780 Railroad Canyon Rd, Canyon Lake, CA
    Bar,Gay/Lesbian,Live Music,Restaurant/Bar - 18 Miles
  • Sports Stop 31586 Railroad Canyon Rd, Sun City, CA
    Bar - 18 Miles
  • Sopranos 39400 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd, Murrieta, CA
    Live Music,Restaurant/Bar - 17 Miles
* Mileage is approximate.

Random Fun Fact

Hemet is 80 miles (130km) southeast of Downtown Los Angeles. . The City of Hemet has two museums, and an outdoor amphitheater. The Hemet Museum is located at the intersection of State street and Florida Avenue in downtown. It is a museum of local history, and features photographs of old Hemet, historic photographs from the Ramona Pageant, as well as native American artifacts and agriculture displays. Hemet is also home of the Western Science Center, located in the southern part of the city at the intersection of Domenigoni Parkway and Searl Parkway. It features exhibits of Ice Age mammals, including 'Max', the largest mastodon found in the western United States, and as 'Xena', a Columbian Mammoth. Along with the two museums, Science Center and Theater, Hemet also has an outdoor amphitheater, the Ramona Bowl a natural amphitheater located in the southern hills of the city. It is known for producing the play, "Ramona". The amphitheater is also the home of an outdoor summer Shakespeare festival, operated in conjunction with Mt. San Jacinto Community College. The festival was founded in 2001 with a production of "Romeo and Juliet" and followed the next summer by a production of "Twelfth Night." The concept of Shakespeare under the stars draws thousands to the festival each year.

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