Nightlife and Clubbing
When the lights go dim in Cape Town the fun begins. Visitors can take their pick from amongst numerous nightclubs, wine-bars, pubs and cocktail lounges. The V&A Waterfront, Sea Point, Camps Bay, Observatory and lower Cape Town buzz until sunrise 365 days a year.
Some of the best clubs can be found in the city centre while the many Waterfront and Atlantic coast restaurants and pubs are the passport to Cape Town's busy nightlife. Varied music and decor guarantee that you're sure to find a party-till-you-drop venue that suits your needs. Cover charges at most clubs range from R10 to R40.
Most clubs only get going at 11pm and are open all night, and many are open seven nights a week, promising non-stop partying. We suggest that you start your night out in Kloof Street or at a bar in Green Point before hitting the city and choose from Cape Town's red hot club venues. Long Street is the place for the young and hip, here you can spend the entire night wandering in and out of pubs and clubs.
Some Suggested Venues:
La Med [Camps Bay] - live music and dancing into the early hours.
The Fez [City] - cool and trendy, Cape Town's beautiful people.
Rhodes House [City] - cutting edge venue, outrageous and chic.
News Cafe [Green Point] - restaurant by day, trendy bar by night.
The Bronx [Green Point] - popular gay bar, along with Angels and Detour.
Clubbers Guide: www.clubbersguide.co.za