The city comes alive at night, and Cape Town is known for its nightlife. From premium clubs that serve cocktails to bars and pubs. You’ll sure have a memorable time whether you choose to experience the heart of the party at night in Long, Loop or Bree Street.
Living Room is a sophisticated club in the northern suburbs of the Mother City, if you feel like dressing up and dancing the night away it is a good place to enjoy good music over the weekend.
Coco, is situated in Loop Street and is known for events such as CocoFridays and CocoSaturdays. You’ll enjoy deephouse, commercial and hip-hop music with a stylish crowd.
First Thursdays in Cape Town takes place on the first Thursday of every month, it’s a combination of the rich arts and culture in the Mother City. The event is absolutely free, with no tour or structure, giving you the freedom to explore and spend your night viewing dozens of galleries in the city centre and trying out restaurants (Bree Street, is a good place to find your foodie fix). You can also spend time at any one of the popular bars in Long or Loop Street.
Shimmy Beach Club, is a restaurant during the day that offers a variety of food and drinks to satisfy your needs. At night it turns into a vibrant beach club spot with great music and a wide-ranging luxury drinks menu. The view from Shimmy is breathtaking and has the beautiful backdrop of Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain.
Dress up, put on your dancing shoes, grab your friends and head off to party at clubs, or go bar hopping at bars in Cape Town that have a variety of venues to choose from.
Are you wondering about the crime? Generally, the Cape Town City centre is considered rather safe, but like any other city, crime is a possibility. Be cautious, alert and aware when gallivanting the city at night.