Good Life Boston, Guide & Review
Catering to the lovers of local music and art, Good Life is nothing less than one of the most paramount and exuberant multilevel clubs in the town that draw a different audience almost all the nights, throughout the week – ranging from funk, rockers, blues bands to working people watching out for the sexiest spot for their private parties and events.
Good Life has two chummy bars upstairs featuring the rotating displays of the abstract paintings and art by native artists while providing a good space for people to flirt and mingle. Though the venue is not too big, however, the ever-altering action and miscellaneous crowd extend an easygoing environment that invites the impromptu and improvised dance-offs as well as all-in drunken revelry.
Early in the evening, the business people seem to stop in the club for the after-work microbrews and cocktails in the Vodka Lounge, a cellar-like, ten-degree room where the beautiful candlelit booths are on offer. Later at night, the suits and boots are replaced by the hoodies and shorts as the staunch and committed music lovers and scenesters make their appearance. Both the floors start spinning with killer acts and hip vibe.
There is entirely a different and miscellaneous scene each night, however, Sunday nights are particularly famous for the Dj-spinning blended house music and hip hop. There is no specific dress code so you can put on whatever you like to wear be it swimming suit, beach outfit, shorts and flipflop, jeans and sneakers, club wear, and dresses and suits. The food is awesome. American bistro cuisine by the qualified and master in their craft chefs, is presented. The gastronomic menu includes lobster rolls, seafood pasta, and mac and cheese.
If you really want a good life experience then Good Life is all awaiting you! Rush! Rush!