November is here, and that means it’s the end of Daylight Savings Time in 2021. As the saying goes, Spring forward, and Fall back. At 02:00 AM, we’ll roll the clocks back to 01:00AM. While it’s easy to think that the only benefit is an extra hour of sleep in the morning, the time change means you have even more time to explore the Venice nightlife.

Brennan’s claim to fame are their legendary turtle races, but they have even more to offer than rapid reptiles. For over forty-seven years, Brennan’s has graced the Venice area with charm, hospitality, and superior service. They aren’t content to rest on their laurels, showing off with a sleek and contemporary makeover last year. Brennan’s offers pizza, wings, burgers, and more bar food, paired with a quality beer and cocktail menu. They offer an outdoor patio with a variety of bar games and broadcasts of Michigan Wolverines and Denver Broncos football. If you’re turtle-oriented, races are held on the first and third Thursdays of the month at 9PM.

Roosterfish is one of the most iconic bars in Venice, and it’s back with a new look, new management, but the same Venice spirit. The LGBTQ institution is in the capable hands of Mario Vallera and Patrick Brunet. LINK TO BOSS’S DAY ARTICLE HERE. It’s fun, flashy, and welcoming people from all walks of life. The dancing is good and the drinks are better. Roosterfish is always bringing in great DJs, special promotions, and more reasons to celebrate. An extra hour of darkness means an extra hour to get your groove on. Come early and leave late!

Regardless of whether you make it onto the dance floor or take it easy with a beer or two, everyone needs a snack at the end of the night. Luckily, you can get whatever you’re craving at the Venice Whaler. They serve fish tacos, poke nachos, BBQ chicken pizza, and Philly cheesesteaks until 2AM. If you’d like to keep the party going, they feature an extensive drink menu, including their renowned margaritas, and if you want something to cleanse, they have an array of fresh juices. Customers in a rush can make use of their Whaler Takeaway Food service.

It’s easy to get bummed out when you think that daylight savings means less time in the sun. But there’s so much to do at night in Venice that you’ll need all the extra darkness you can get! And if you’re still gloomy about the sun, March 8th isn’t that far away…

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