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Visit Latin Palace Chango and give your weekend night a Latin twist. Established in 2002, this nightclub and bar adds the spark to Frankfurt's nightlife scene. The music churned out by DJs, mainly salsa, bachata and merengue, draws their influences from various Latin regions and blends them with modern styles like techno, electric, reggae and other styles. Certain nights, live performers fill this place with their vibrant beats. You can choose the lounge to enjoy your own private celebration or party hard at their outdoor tent.
Frankfurt's nightscene is incomplete without the pop-up nightclubs in the happening districts. One such smaller venues in the Banhofsviertel is Orange Peel. Playing host to local bands, DJs, dance parties and open-mic jam sessions, this nightclub has quickly become the talk of the town. The crowd is eccentric, mostly young; but no one at Orange Club is too old for a groovy and fun night-out!
Located near the Central Station and the Financial District, the SKYclub Frankfurt is a popular nightlife destination in the city. This huge club is decked up with luxurious seating, LED screens and eclectic lighting, giving it a glamorous touch. Equipped with a state-of-the-art sound system, it features a spacious dance floor, three bars, smoking lounge and a mezzanine level seating. It also has a patio outside. A stage is set for live acts which is reserved for Fridays while Saturdays are DJ nights.
This small club behind the main railway station separates itself from similar establishments in the area by playing everything from hip-hop and soul to German pop and acid jazz. Make sure you dress to impress since this trendy club is filled with equally trendy people. Theme nights and special gigs are also regularly organized.
This new nightclub in Frankfurt's Innenstadt boasts a beautiful interior and some of the hottest club nights around.
Katana is a gorgeous night haunt in the heart of the city. Located at Taunustor, this swanky club is found right next to the Japan Tower. Designed with Japanese penchant for angles and minimalist architecture, the club dons dark, earthy tones. The music played is quite eclectic - including chart-busters from the last two decades, be it Rn'B, Hiphop or Electronic Dance Music, DJs at Katana get the party started, thanks to the advanced, state-of-the-art acoustics. A young, glamorous crowd frequents this club, especially for the After Work specials. The bar features more than the usual must-haves, appealing to its patrons and suiting the many upscale events and programs that are lined up here - launch parties and such, in fact they also rent out their facility for private and business events; check the website for more information.
Calling all night crawlers! Velvet Club is both a night time hot-spot with a lounge and live music as well as a state-of-the-art rental facility for events, concerts, product presentations and the like. Certain nights are dedicated to various themes: salsa, Latin, world music and so on. There's a special night for professionals from all fields that gives people a chance to meet each other and network in larger social circles. Check the website for a complete schedule of events.
Opium hosts a gay party every second Friday of the month, when the place is filled with outlandishly dressed, beautiful young men and tasty go-go dancers. If you want to fit in, then you'll have to look the part!
Cooky's has been a nightlife institution for over decades; the music ranges from dance and hip-hop to soul, and the clientele is made up of an equally colorful mix of characters. From time to time famous names from the world of music and show business put in an appearance. Fridays feature dance classics with DJ Ernesto and Saturdays are devoted to house music and soul. Weekdays are also great fun, with the cocktail bar and bistro providing decent food and drinks. Check the website for a list of performers.
Ravers and techno fans have discovered a new home-away-from-home in the subway under Rossmarkt. Named after the district's postcode, U60311's main dance floor and bar are constructed out of state-of-the-art steel and glass, an investment which is reflected in the high admission prices. Live music performances and theme nights take the fun quotient even higher. Once inside, this becomes a cash-only establishment. The club opens their doors from 11p onwards.
Walden is a cafe and restaurant by day which transforms into a vibrant nightclub by night. A brainchild of French restaurateur Thomas Klüber, this place stays true to the literary work it has drawn inspiration from, Henry Thoreau's Walden. Just like the motto of the book, that highlights simplicity, this restaurant retains a simple and clear ambiance that is still elegant. The menu features tantalizing munchies inspired from an international cuisine. Enjoy your meals on the patio or up on the rooftop. A must try here are their cakes accompanied by a coffee.
Chinaski in Westend is not a bar, not a disco - just like it's tagline declares - but a mixture of both. Named for and inspired by the fictional character of Henry Chinaski, created by Charles Bukowski, this unique venue blends urban elegance with bohemian character and creates an environment where people from varied stations of life can come together for productive revelry - waiting to be inspired. The bar here churns out sensational cocktails; also on offer is the daily changing specials menu which offers stellar hand-crafted drinks out of seasonal offerings. Apart from these, there are the usual suspects of European wines and spirits to keep you company at this fantastic industrial-chic night spot. The DJ line-up matches the free-spirited ambiance that this establishment provides. The awesome music, great drinks and a superb environment is enough too keep you coming back at Chinaski.