The Venue

The skinny on local clubs

July 13, 2006|By SAM SESSA

Rum Shack

With leafy trees, running water and other island decor, this hangout on top of the Lodge Bar in Power Plant Live is an escape from the crush of bar- and club-goers below.

Where --34 Market Place, above the Lodge Bar in Power Plant Live

Web site --rumshackbaltimore.com

Notable --A waterfall flows down from the ceiling, and tiki torches help light the Caribbean-influenced surroundings. There's also a four-hole mini-golf course you can play for free inside the building.

Vibe --On a recent Saturday night, the outside area was laid-back and comfortably full, but the indoor mini-golf course was empty, with a DJ spinning loud hip-hop from two to three years ago.

Crowd --Generally more people in their 20s than 30s

What to wear --Dress as if you're going out to a college bar: designer jeans, button-downs and the like.

Music --Outside, you might hear reggae or other island music, but in the mini-golf section, it's more top 40.

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