Bars and Night Clubs In Perris, CA

2 Bars and Night Clubs found
Old Chicago Pizza & Sports Bar
165 Ramona Expy, Perris CA 92571,
(909) 943-1565
Atmosphere: Bar
Y-Not Tavern
41 S D St, Perris CA 92570,
(909) 657-4033
Atmosphere: Bar

Map of Perris Bars


A = Old Chicago Pizza & Sports Bar
B = Y-Not Tavern

Non Local Bars and Night Clubs

  • Rene's 25020 Filaree Ave, Moreno Valley, CA
    Bar - 5 Miles
  • T J Schooner 14051 Indian St, Moreno Valley, CA
    Lounge - 7 Miles
  • LA Nueva Ronda 24805 Alessandro Blvd # Abc, Moreno Valley, CA
    Club - 6 Miles
  • Bahama Mama's 24801 Sunnymead Blvd, Moreno Valley, CA
    Lounge - 8 Miles
  • P H Woods Diner & Brewery 23060 Alessandro Blvd, Moreno Valley, CA
    Bar - 7 Miles
  • Pepe's Cantina 31780 Railroad Canyon Rd, Canyon Lake, CA
    Bar,Gay/Lesbian,Live Music,Restaurant/Bar - 9 Miles
  • Sports Stop 31586 Railroad Canyon Rd, Sun City, CA
    Bar - 10 Miles
  • Peppers Lounge 12125 Day St, Moreno Valley, CA
    Bar,Club,College Bar,Live Music,Lounge,Outdoors/Patio,Sports Bar,Under 21 - 9 Miles
  • Hideaway 32392 Mission Trail, Lake Elsinore, CA
    Bar - 12 Miles
  • Corner Pocket 40575 California Oaks Rd, Murrieta, CA
    Gay/Lesbian,Live Music,Sports Bar - 16 Miles
  • Revolution Nightclub 1327 W Colton Ave, Redlands, CA
    Club - 17 Miles
  • Muscle Mike's Tavern 1179 W Redlands Blvd, Redlands, CA
    Bar - 17 Miles
* Mileage is approximate.

Random Fun Fact

There were 17,906 housing units at an average density of 568.4 per square mile (219.5/km), of which 10,854 (66.3%) were owner-occupied, and 5,511 (33.7%) were occupied by renters. The homeowner vacancy rate was 5.5%; the rental vacancy rate was 6.8%. 44,695 people (65.4% of the population) lived in owner-occupied housing units and 23,451 people (34.3%) lived in rental housing units. Valley Plaza Doctors Hospital was a General Acute Care Hospital in Perris with Basic Emergency Services as of 2006. However, this hospital is now closed down. . The nearby, privately owned, Perris Valley Airport (FAA designator: L65) has a 5,100-foot (1,600m) runway. Perris has drawn a crowd of skydivers, amateur and professional, to Perris Valley Skydiving. The area's sudden fame gave Perris the nickname: "the skydiving capital of America".[citation needed]. On April 22, 1992, a de Havilland Twin Otter crashed during takeoff at Perris Valley after an engine lost power. The National Transportation Safety Board determined that the accident was caused by contaminated fuel obtained from the improper handling of the airfields fuel tanks and the pilot's improper actions after the power loss, as well as other factors. . .

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