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When it comes to having a good time, Rome really have places to party. Whether you're into the club scene or simply a laid back wine bar where you can share a glass of wine with some friends, some of the best clubs in Rome:
Akab has been a fixed staple and one of the most popular nightclubs in Testaccio for years. It's best known for the quality of live entertainment that it puts on. If you come here in the early evening, you're likely to hear some live rock and jazz music. After 11pm, the dance floor opens up and the music changes to house, dance, reggae, acid jazz, disco, funk and soul music. Like most dance clubs in this area, Friday and Saturday nights can be quite busy and it's best recommended you arrive early.
Freni e Frizioni (which literally means brakes and clutch)is perhaps one of the most happening places in all of Trastevere. The mechanic shop-turned hipsters' bar is especially popular during aperitivo time. The place gets jumping from 7pm onwards and features a mixed crowd of shabby chic bohemians, locals, tourists and American college students. This place does up a mean mojito for about 7-8 euros. During aperitivo hour (7-9pm), they also have a nice spread of finger foods and veggies to munch on. Freni e Frizioni stays lively well into the night as well. So if you don't make it for happy hour, grabbing an after-dinner drink here is also a good alternative
Shari Vari Playhouse has fast become the new It-girl on Rome's nightclub scene. The club, which was formerly known as the Supper Club, is huge and is conveniently located just around the corner from both Largo Argentina and the Pantheon. It has three levels of rooms to choose from with each featuring a different dance genre including hip-hop, retro, house and dance music. It attracts quite a stylish international crowd and very well-dressed Romans with a worldy attitude. To avoid disappointment, it's highly recommended to reserve a table. The club hosts regular themed events and promote these 'serate' on their website
Who takes you to dance in the shadow of the Colosseum? Rome Tram Tracks that's who! You will no doubt see all the sights and main attractions in Rome but never have you seen them on board a vintage tram with live music and a whole lotta wine. The energy on board is electric and as Domenico and his band belt out tracks by the Rolling Stones, Elvis and Italian artists like Antonello Venditti and Lucio Battisti, you just can't help but be on your feet and dancing. The ride runs for about an hour and 45 minutes and is one of the most unique ways to spend a night in Rome
Moyo located next to the Red Garter Twice. Offering up some amazing drinks for reasonable prices, they also have some of the best aperitivo in the city. It's a popular spot, and you'll find a mixed crowd of young couples and older with children
Some of the best club music can be heard at Tenax located in the city center and only a short walk away from all the other major clubs in the city. The quality of music is key here, and you'll find an eclectic crowd read to have a good time and enjoy the various DJs that Tenax tends to bring in. It can be slightly intimidating because of the amount of men who tend to crowd the club
YAB is the spot to be when you want to get dressed in your finest and enjoy partying the night away. Not every club in Florence requires your best attire, but YAB wants to make sure that guests have a good time dressed to the nines. When you want to dance with your friends,
Space offers those who love a chance to dance an opportunity to bust some moves. Not only does this spot bring together some people looking to have a fun time, but it also keeps the party going well into the night. Not only does the small cover fee also cover the first drink (some nights women can also get in free), but it also offers those who want to party all night a safe, fun place to do so.
The chic minimalist décor of this tiny bar in the Cannaregio district contrasts with its ancient wooden beams. It stays open well after midnight, serving the classic Spritz, martinis and fruit mojitos. Snacks are also on offer, ranging from salads, panini and plates of local cheese and salami.
This lively, upbeat cocktail bar, conveniently attached to a restaurant, is located just a couple of minutes walk from the Rialto Bridge. This bar is the haunt of the young and trendy thanks to its exciting cocktail list.
Located between Santa Margherita and Santa Barnaba, what Venice’s only jazz club lacks in appearance it makes up in atmosphere. This lively joint offers gigs by local and international musicians five days a week (not Thursday and Sunday)
This wine and cocktail bar overlooking the Grand Canal is the place to come if you want an evening listening to a pianist tinkling the ivories, whilst soaking up Venice’s wonderful cityscape. From the windows you can see the boats gliding up and down the canal.
Le Biciclette assorted accumulation of mismatched chairs, and fairy lights wrapped around hanging bikes, Le Biciclette is a chilled, ultra-chic café-cum-bar.
This lounge bar on the 12th floor of the Brian and Barry building (a concept store with a range of fashion labels and a couple of restaurants run by Eataly) serves 12 unique cocktails. A place to impress, it boasts a stunning 360-degree view of Milan’s skyline.
Milan’s foremost techno venue has two club nights: Le Cannibale on a Friday for alternative electronic music and Classic on a Saturday, when big-name techno DJs fly into town to all but obliterate this intimate sweatbox.
Blue Note is the place for live jazz in Milan. It has an international pedigree and draws artists from around the globe. It even offers refined Italian cuisine, which can be enjoyed during performances.
This huge events space hosts fashion shows, parties and club nights as well as a lively programme of live music that swings from big names to cover bands. Its popular Welcome to the Jungle club night blasts
Indian Affairs: Indian Affairs is all about Contemporary India, offering you our rich heritage of Fine Food, Art, Merchandize, Fashion & Flare. Here, we have tried creating a very different feel by fusing tradition & modern urban ambience with hospitality, simply an extension of a true urban Indian home .
Maharaj: The Maharajah Indian Restaurant is in the heart of Rome, where the fascinating and mysterious India is allowed at our feet like a magic carpet. A refined setting, attentive to every detail, strictly original. In a friendly and elegant atmosphere you can enjoy fine Indian recipes in absolute tranquility.
La Pergola: A breathtaking view of the Eternal City is revealed to guests at one of the world’s most beautiful restaurants. Under the guidance of Heinz Beck it has become a temple of international gastronomy, historically the first and, still today, the only three-star Michelin in Rome.
Imago Restaurant: Entering Imàgo, the Hassler’s 6th floor panoramic Michelin starred restaurant in Rome with its unique view over the city, is to be greeted by a beautiful life-size painting that fills each window of this spectacular location loved by the Roman locals and international guests alike. Soft music, elegant and refined decor with an antique-wooden inlay, and the romantic play of light reflecting on the mirrored tables, all conspire to create a magical atmosphere, a sense of being in another time and space in a restaurant steeped in memorable history. Sitting down at one of the top restaurants in Rome City centre, one is instantly attended to by the Maitre, always happy to point out the names of the various monuments and cupolas on the horizon. Starting from left to right: the church of Santa Maria Maggiore, San Giovanni in Laterano, the Quirinale, Villa Colonna and the church of Sant’Andrea delle Fratte, the Campidoglio (Capitol Hill) and monument to Victor Emmanuel II, Palazzo Venezia, the Aventino hill, the Pantheon, the church of Sant’Agnese in Piazza Navona, Castel Sant’Angelo, the obelisk and Trinità dei Monti Church which one can almost reach out and touch, Villa Medici and the Borghese gardens.
Haveli: The Indian, his natural and vivid colors, its scents of spices and incense, its strong flavors and delicate, his people from the deep eyes and warm, its history so rich in charm and mystery.
Royal India: For Authentic Indian Food, must to visit restaurant.
La Bottega Del Buon caffe: Farm to table is the philosophy of this Michelin-starred restaurant where head chef Antonello Sardi mesmerises diners from the stunning open kitchen. Veg and herbs arrive from the restaurant's own farm, Borgo Santo Pietro, in the Sienese hills. Breads and foccacia (the nut version is heavenly) are homemade and the olive oil used (special production from Vinci) is clearly only the best.
Taverna del Bronzino: Want to have a sophisticated meal in a 16th-century Renaissance artist's studio? The former studio of Santi di Tito, a student of Bronzino's, has a simple, formal decor, with white tablecloths and place settings. The classic, elegantly presented Tuscan food is superb, and the solid, affordable wine list rounds out the menu—especially because Stefano, the sommelier, really knows his stuff. Desserts shine at this place, so remember to save room, and conclude with a limoncello or mirtillo postprandial drink. Both are made in-house, and provide a perfect conclusion to the meal. Outstanding service makes a meal here heavenly. Reservations are advised, especially for eating at the wine cellar's only table.
Ganesh Ji: Traditional Indian curries served in a relaxed, simple setting hung with Asian artworks.
Bombay Spice: Indian cuisine with its spicy aromas and its complex and structured flavors is quite present and known worldwide. The Indian cuisine is one of the most complex and varied of the world as well as one of the richest of spices and seasonings particular, carriers of tasty flavors and unmistakable spicy aromas.
Impronta Cafe Restaurant: Everything around is getting more intimate and more romantic with the candle lights. The chef will suggest you every night different traditional dishes, reinterpreted with his creativity and invention. Highlighting seasonal products and the first fruits of the period, combined with wise, fantasy and attention. At any time you can always eat whatever you desire. Until when it arrives Midnight…At that hour there is still people enjoying a dessert, a cognac, a glass of rum or in the summer nights of mojito, because the atmosphere has already been done and relaxing lounge music is surrounded everything.
Restaurant La caravella: Restaurant La Caravella, one of the most celebrated Venice restaurant, opened in the early Sixties, when it took over from Ciro’s bar, at the time a very famous venue (it was even mentioned by Simone de Beauvoir in her books). The restaurant was well-known then, as it is today, for for its superb cuisine and excellent service, but also for the unique nautical style of its décor, designed by Luigi Orefice to recreate the interior of an ancient sailing ship. In summer the Caravella restaurant moves outdoors to the flower-filled Venetian inner courtyard.
Sarla: Relaxed, modern Indian restaurant serving authentic curries & tandoori dishes, plus dance events.
Rangoli: Traditional Indian curries & tandoor-cooked fare, served in a bright restaurant with carved statues.
Il Ristorante Trussardi alla Scala: High-end Italian & French fare with a creative twist, served in an airy, contemporary dining room.
Acanto: Rich, Genuine & versatile from walking Lunch to romantic dinner
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