You mention that you had hoped to kiss on your second date, which would move this relationship along to another level; but as it stands you are wondering whether or not she has been honest with you about her likes and dislikes. She said she wasn't into clubbing either, but it is her second date suggestion! It might be an idea to really know this girl properly before you move it along. That said, introducing you to her friends might be her way of moving the relationship along. And if her friends are going to a club, it might just have seemed convenient to her.
I can really relate to this question because I have similar feelings about clubs and bars. That sort of environment just doesn't appeal to me. You can't have a proper conversation there, so you won't get to know this girl any better on this date. Also, while I'm not against a drink, I find that I lose respect for people if I see them drunk. I've never had a positive experience from going to this kind of place, ever.
If you really are dead against going to a club then option 1 is to just make that stand. Make it a personal stand though - don't judge her for going, and make it clear you are not going to stop her. You don't want to make her think you are controlling. Just say:
Sorry, but clubs and bars really aren't my style. I wouldn't enjoy it. Let me know when you're free to meet up again after that.
If her hope was that you'd meet her friends at this club (and let them meet you) then why not suggest arranging something else that includes them, book a table at a restaurant or something. That might not be the intimate second date you were hoping for, but it is a compromise between what you want (or don't want) and what she possibly wanted from this club date.
Option 2 though is for you to go to this club, and view it as an opportunity to see what this girl and her friends are really like. There are some clubs which are not as loud and raucous as others, and you may be unfairly pre-judging her, her friends, and the proposed venue based on your experience of other people and places. You might be surprised, and even enjoy it. If you don't then you can always leave, and you've learned a lesson.