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Bakken KBH

Bakken KBH (Flaesketorvet 19, Copenhagen) – the one thing that Copenhagen and New York have in common is that they both have a lively club-friendly area called the “Meatpacking District”. Copenhagen’s version of that neighborhood has, among other venues, “Bakken KBH”. That nightspot, which caters to the local 20-something college crowd, has “Brandy Thursdays” events […]

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Baroque Club

Baroque Club (Place de la Fusterie 12, Geneva) – the posh interiors of the venue makes this one of Geneva’s top nightspots. There’s no entrance fee, but drinks are rather pricey. Despite that, this club is regularly packed with mostly 20-something revelers dancing to electronic dance music.

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Chainaya

Chainaya (1-ya Tverskaya-Yamskaya ulitsa, 29, Moscow) — hidden away in the backstreets of Moscow’s Chinatown, this was once a teahouse that has been transformed into a trendy bar (for those familiar with Moscow’s nightlife scene). Chainaya is the brainchild of bar supremo Roman Milostivy and it opened its very secretive doors in September 2011 – […]

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Bar Tender

Bar Tender (Coolsingel 83A, Rotterdam) — Go to Bar Tender for drinks before you dive into the nightlife. It’s the first shooter bar in Rotterdam and offers a range of 200 different shots. During the day Bar Tender serves coffee, cake and sandwiches. Bar Tender has a modern interior with colorful paintings and a luminous […]

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‘t Blaauwhooft

‘t Blaauwhooft (Hendrik Jonkerplein 1, Amsterdam) — A plain neighborhood brown cafe in the gentrified Westelijke Eilanden (Western Islands) district has been transformed into a great Dutch eetcafé by the simple expedient of adding a kitchen and a menu. It partakes of the villagey setting on these tranquil islands — which feel isolated despite a […]

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Berghain/Panorama Bar

Berghain/Panorama Bar (70 Am Wriezener Bahnhof; Friedrichshain, Berlin) – this is considered one of the more popular nightspots in Berlin, complete with two dance floors: Berghain, a dark main room where most DJs play techno, and Panorama Bar, an upstairs space that’s more focused on house, though the music policy in both rooms is very […]

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YES Club

YES Club (Skretova 1, New Town, Prague 2) – this is also a cellar club, only larger than the others (3 levels) — the cocktail lounge area, the main floor and the mezzanine which offers views over the dance floor and alcoves with comfy seating. Conveniently located just a few minutes from Wenceslas Square, Yes […]

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U Bukanýra

U Bukanýra (Horejsi Nabrezi, under Palackeho Bridge – left side of the river, Prague) – this is a house boat music bar – making this one of the most unique nightspots in Prague. The club’s name means “At Buccaneer’s” in Czech, with local DJs on hand to play House and Drum n’ Bass, Trance and […]

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Starsky & Hutch Bar & Club

Starsky & Hutch Bar & Club (Uhelny Trh 2, Old Town, Prague 1) – this is another of Prague’s cellar clubs. This venue is popular with the local college students, as well as foreign visitors intrigued by the fact that the club owners named their place after a 1970s American TV show. There is also […]

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Roxy Club

Roxy Club (Dlouha 33, Old Town, Prague 1) – this venue plays a variety of dance music (from Techno to drum n’ bass, Trance, etc.). Because it’s one of Prague’s older clubs (over 15 years old), it has booked a variety of international DJs and musical acts, such as Laurent Garnier, Asian Dub Foundation, Coldcut, […]