Nightlife in Cape Town is alive as things can get. There are four major hotspots in the city and the suburb areas where you can find all the action. These include Victoria Road in Camps Bay, Long Street, upper Kloof street and Green Point. It is a city that has a lot happening including peppy nightclubs, bars, places for gays and almost everything that you can think of. It is a place that should be checked out and here are the top clubs in the city.
Here Are The Top 8 Clubs In Cape Town:
It is one of the places that is large enough for special shows but works for smaller ones too. It has rocking electro nights with fans coming in from all corners of the country. The club has an special events like the weekly ‘See You Next Wednesday’ and is one of the prime spots for experiencing the most of this town.
This place was earlier known as Club 31. What you will immediately love about this place is the view of the ocean. The club interiors are sophisticated and have an air of elegance. There is an oval bar here along with a special VIP area and a cocktail lounge too. This is more suitable for the crowd over 25 who want a more relaxing arena with some classical music and extra room for some catching up friends.
Jade Lounge & Champagne Bar
If you are looking for a romantic place around the city then the intimate Jade Lounge & Champagne Bar gives you a touch of both swanky and cozy. Here you will not be seeing people in hoodies or even high tops. But this is a place where you can jam and drink away on the weekends. It has some great snacks and foods and doesn’t allow under 23’s.
Fiction Music Bar
If you want a music bar that offers the perfect blend of both music and drinks, then Fiction is the place to be. It has been renovated and the once cramped zone is now full of live and more space. More than 200 people can fit in here as they dance away to the tunes of the sassy music. The club is open 5 days of the week. Some of the favourites here include the ‘Untamed Youth’ and Continuum’ . There is also the astro-green turf here that makes this a suitable day time bar too.
Protea Hotel Fire & Ice! Cape Town
Get quirky and get cool. This is the hottest of the places to hang out in Cape Town. You can kick start your weekend here and find yourselves here again the next day. It is because here you can get everything from espresso to tequila shots. The idea is to provide a minimal foyer zone where the Mother City people can hang out. It has complimentary nibbles along with the drinks to fill you up. No particular or strict dress code exists here.
Located on Loop street, this is an upmarket zone for hanging out. There is an exclusive night club feel that you get here. Patrons love coming back here because of the awesome music along with class feel. The club also hosts a series of special events like the COCO Friday where you can get a touch of hip hop to West African music. Then there is also the COCO Saturdays that takes care of international music along with some great snacks.
Chez Ntemba Nightclub
The Cape Town property is one of the 41 clubs that the owners have across the African continent and the globe too. It is like a second home where you can experiment with all kinds of quirkiness without feeling lost. The specialities of the house include the ‘Dancehall Thursdays’. If you are more of the weekend party people then opt for the ‘On Fleek Fridays’, ‘Africano Sundays’. Many times you can find live artist performances here too.
If you want a small and intimate hangout in the city even as you are jamming on, then Julep is the place to be. The area has a VIP lounge and is located in an alley on Long Street. The idea is to rock and jam even as you dig into delicious foods and drinks. The combination is electrifying and you can find live music along with some of the best DJ’s in the country.
Located in Woodstock, Decodance this is a cool place to head out for classic and retro music. The club plays music from the 70s, 80s and 90s and is spread over two floors. One of the few places that has both smoking and non-smoking zones along with 3 bars, LCD screens and plenty of seating too – for when you are tired.