If you’re looking to pull an all-nighter, Long Street is the place to be. There are bars, restaurants, jazz lounges, clubs – you name it, ALL on one street.
2Sutra Groove Bar
Sutra Groove Bar on Loop Street, offers up the perfect balance of east meets west – this double-level venue has sexy bars and dance multiple floors – in the hub of the entertainment district.
Something of a Mother City institution, the vibes are laid-back at Baghdad Café with DJ’s spinning chilled R&B and house on the weekends. Make a note that Wednesday means karaoke!
Situated on Long Street, this Cuban-Style bar brings Havana to the Mother City. A classic Mojito (or two) is an absolute must.
This pub/club brings the edginess of Johannesburg to the Mother City. It’s loud and noisy and brings in a fun crowd who never say die. More-rish cocktails and curfew is generally ignored.
6Catu Irish Bar, City Bowl
A little piece of Ireland in the Mother City. This popular Irish pub offers up Guinness on tap and of course there are Irish sing-a-longs as part of the deal!
Situated on Harrington Street, The Assembly is a huge warehouse-style-venue offering up the skills of some of the best local and international DJ’s. A place for hard-core party animals who don't like to sleep much.
8The Bang Bang Club
A popular inner city club that plays deep house and is often host to the world’s finest DJ’s. Nothing pretentious about this earthy spot.
This happening club is pretty upmarket, so the fashionista, advertising and film crowd love the place. Lots of R&B, Hip-Hop and house music on offer.
Situated in Keerom Street, Hemisphere can be found on the 31st floor of the ABSA building offering up extraordinary views. Party to – 70’s, 80’s, 90’s music, retro and R&B.