Open since January 20, the sultry spot, housed in the former First Church of Christ Scientist building on Main Street, gets even sexier when Playboy’s Super Bowl Party lands at the venue on Saturday night. What better way to break in a new club than with a performance by singer/rapper Flo Rida, and a slew of celebrities and high-profile athletes?
Making sure everything goes off without a hitch is the team of veteran club owners behind Spire, the Clé Group which includes Zack Truesdell, Salim Dehkordi, Dallas Rodriguez, and Andy Estes, the masterminds behind Midtown’s popular Club Clé.
“Lucky for us we are versed in running big nightclubs and parties, and have the experience to cater to the needs of high-end clients. We’ve hosted Afrojack, Steve Aoki, Justin Bieber, and The Chainsmokers,” Truesdell tells CultureMap.
Club-goers can’t miss the building, on the corner of Main and Jefferson, thanks to the long, pointed gold spire that extends from the top of the 15,000 square-foot structure. The inspiration for the club’s name, it’s one of the only relics still left from the former First Church of Christ Scientist, along with a few painted glass windows, still intact, throughout the space.
The layout of Spire Nightclub, with a total capacity of 1,200, features three rooms, each with a different theme.
Upon entering the front door on Jefferson, the first room you come to is called The Courtyard. A small outdoor patio spills into a u-shaped interior bar area with floor-to-ceiling glass doors that, when open, give the bar a porch-like feel. Turquoise colored walls run the length of a long turquoise bar to the left, while the color scheme changes to purple mid-u, where 10 tables are situated.
Behind all the turquoise is the main room with a central dance floor and DJ booth positioned 12-feet above dancer’s heads, surrounded by 30 tables on two split levels and a first-floor bar. Plush ivory couches and red walls add a rich touch while state-of-the-art lighting and sound amp up the party vibe, along with three LED screens, a confetti cannon and a CO2 system.
The right part of the u-shape is the club’s most intimate area, with only nine tables, deemed The Moroccan Room. Fittingly, Moroccan-style lights hang above the room’s one bar, and warm colors, from browns and mustard to burgandy, dress the space. Large Void Acoustics speakers on the ceiling add a pop of red.
- Spire is formerly a church.
- There is hookah available at this venue.
- Three rooms with different themes are inside the club.
- A back parking lot is here if you choose to drive.
Where is Spire located?
Spire is located at Fourth Ward, Downtown.
How much is cover charge at Spire?
Spire charges a cover at the doorman’s discretion.
How long will I have to wait at Spire?
Expect to wait anywhere from 10-40 min depending on when you arrive.
When is Spire open?
Spire is open on Thursdays through Sundays.
What are the best nights to go to Spire?
Saturdays are the best.
What is the dress code at Spire?
Dress to impress! Collared shirt / jeans / dress shoes for guys. Avoid anything that can be considered sportswear (track jackets, jerseys, sneakers, hats, etc). Unless you’re a celebrity – in that case you can dress however you please.
How much do drinks cost at Spire?
Expect to pay $10-15 for cocktails.
What kind of music do they play at Spire?
Spire features mostly top 40, with a mix of EDM and Hip Hop.
Where can I find an list of upcoming events / DJs at Spire?