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Do you like electronic music but hate waiting in queue and swimming in a sea of clubbers?

It’s early in the morning, bars are closing and you still feel like not enough? Do not despair, the rock bar Rock OK is still open.

BeAbout is place for all ‘outcasts of the outcasts’, or simply anyone who feels awkward in any kind of subculture.

Atelier Babylon, tucked in a narrow street behind the oldest McDonalds in town, it exudes the elegance of an a movie theatre with an alluring oldschool charm – it resides in a former cinema which shut down a long time ago.

The upscale classy Club, situated in luxury space of the Inn Hotel, raised the bar of Bratislava’s discotheques sky-high.

Le Club offers upscale disco experience for adult disco patrons, striving for classy cocktails, elegant interior and first-class service while listening to the music.

Trafo music club is based in the historic underground premises of the 18th century Erdody’s Palace.

Rockers want to party, too! Yet not all the rockers fancy seedy, shabby drinking dens.

Bastion Pub offers one of the widest ranges of draft beer from several renowned breweries across Europe as well as from small craft breweries in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Bastion is situated at the junction of busy city thoroughfares.

Simple, yet classy interior invites serious wine enthusiasts to sample some of the best wine the world has to offer, including some rare finds and organic wines.

Just so you know – you don‘t have to be a middle-aged millionaire to enjoy wine…

Larger (and noisier) sister of the original Gorila named Urban House presents customers with more food options, a lot more comfortable chairs, plus a DJ stand, which makes it a definite addition to a must visit list.

The building in which Café Studio is located has a very rich history. It was built in 1886 by the Laban family and was originally a textile shop.

Slovak hipsters found their ‘home’, shelter shall you like it better, for their moustache and cynical t-shirts inside…

In addition to excellent cuisine and full bar, this restaurant on Michalská Street will please anyone who loves rock-and-roll and sports.

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