The Starlight Lounge

If you’re looking for classic cocktails and a retro 60s décor, The Starlight Lounge will be your dream come true! Nestled above Buzzard Billy’s on Pearl Street, this nostalgic lounge is one of my favorite spots to grab drinks with friends, (Mostly because my favorite show EVER is Mad Men, and I feel like Betty Draper when I sit back and sip on my martini!)

The Starlight Lounge is a great spot that will take you back to simpler, swingin’ times. They offer great happy hour specials (Tues-Fri from 4-7PM) including:

  •  $3 off select martinis
  • 1/2 price select appetizers (Straight from Buzzard Billy’s!)
  • $1 off wines and tap beers

Before COVID, you could also sit back and enjoy live Jazz music on Thursday, Friday or Saturday nights! For the time being, COVID restrictions includes parties of 6 or less, live music on hold, and social distancing.

To learn more about The Starlight Lounge, visit their website, their Facebook page, or check out their Around River City listing.

Ferrin Schelvan

Ferrin Schelvan

Ferrin is the Digital Marketing and Interactive Coordinator at Mid-West Family La Crosse. In her free time, she enjoys upcycling vintage clothing and keeping up with her border collie. Ferrin's favorite things about the Coulee Region are great wineries, beautiful hiking areas, and local food trucks!

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