Summer has me reminiscing about some old clubs my friends and I used to hit up when we were in the mood for a wild and crazy night. Clubs that were SO fun, you knew the good times couldn't last forever.

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Most of these former hot spots involved nights partying after hours until the sun was on the horizon, but those are the nights my friends and I still talk about to this day. These were the clubs me and my girls considered ourselves regulars in, circa 2000 to 2004 (ish). I kind of feel like 'clubbing' is a lost pastime now. I don't ever hear anyone say, "Let's go clubbing," anymore.

Do you remember any of these? Were any of these nightclubs your go-to? And, what other wild nightclubs do these photos get YOU thinking about? Let us know in the comment box below!


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