Bars and Night Clubs In Red Bluff, CA

2 Bars and Night Clubs found
Hong Kong Restaurant & Lounge
108 Main St, Red Bluff CA 96080,
(530) 527-0949
Atmosphere: Bar
Hurry Back Inn
610 Washington St, Red Bluff CA 96080,
(530) 527-9610
Atmosphere: Lounge

Map of Red Bluff Bars

Legend

A = Hong Kong Restaurant & Lounge
B = Hurry Back Inn

Non Local Bars and Night Clubs

  • Pasa Tiempo Club 403 San Benito Ave, Gerber, CA
    Bar - 9 Miles
  • Cody's Ok Corral Bar 3633 Main St, Cottonwood, CA
    Lounge - 15 Miles
  • Bar 99 8115 California 99, Los Molinos, CA
    Bar - 12 Miles
  • Hay Loft 8057 California 99, Los Molinos, CA
    Lounge - 12 Miles
  • Corning Hotel Building Miners 1301 Solano St, Corning, CA
    Lounge - 17 Miles
  • Mc Gee's Corner 5533 Deschutes Rd, Anderson, CA
    Lounge - 18 Miles
  • B & B's Crossroads 3070 99w, Corning, CA
    Lounge - 18 Miles
  • Allstars Sports Bar 2659 Balls Ferry Rd, Anderson, CA
    Bar - 19 Miles
  • Anderson Lounge 2905 E Center St, Anderson, CA
    Lounge - 19 Miles
  • Green Doors Tavern 1220 S 99W Hwy, Corning, CA
    Bar - 24 Miles
  • Red Rock Bar 9472 Cedro Ln-567, Palo Cedro, CA
    Bar,Lounge - 26 Miles
  • Palo Cedro Inn 9191 Deschutes Rd, Palo Cedro, CA
    Lounge - 26 Miles
* Mileage is approximate.
  

Random Fun Fact

Red Bluff is about 30 miles (48km) south of Redding, 40 miles (64km) northwest of Chico, and 125 miles (201km) north of Sacramento. Red Bluff is located at 401036N 1221417W / 40.17667N 122.23806W / 40.17667; -122.23806 (40.176640, -122.237951). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 7.7 square miles (20km2). 7.6 square miles (20km2) of it is land and 0.1 square miles (0.26km2) of it is water. In 1851 Captain Ellbridge G. Reed built and started a hotel near where the creek now known as Reeds Creek enters the Sacramento River and conducted it with great success for years. Being at the head of navigation, Red Bluff soon forged ahead, and during the early mining excitements in the northern mines was a great staging town, and did an immense amount of transhipping and teaming of goods. It languished later on with the subsidence of activity in the mines, reviving again in the early 1870s on the advent of the railroad. In 1854 Red Bluff had a population of 1,000 people. In 1860 it had twice as many.

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