One of the best spots for night owls, they serve good wine which can be appreciated next to the fire place while background music pervades your senses (chosen by young managers who are also musicians). Close to the house of Flaiano and D'Annunzio.
In the 'fabulous' 1960s, this club was opened as a restaurant and open-air dance club on whose stage artists such as Mina, Fred Bongusto and Dalida performed. As years passed, it changed into a nightclub but still preserved its quality. Cabaret artists alternate here with striptease shows of a high professional level.
This place is famous as it used to be owned by the Bergamini brothers who were full-contact champions. The current owner is not a martial arts champion, but is surely a very nice man! Call for timings.
Fortunato's osteria is one of the most beautiful in the historical center. Contemporary art exhibitions are often organized there and customers are both young and not so young. Call ahead for timings.
Located on Viale Bovio in the northern area of the city, this cafe changed hands a few years ago and its young managers really knew what to do. It has been transformed from a peripheral style cafe into a real point of reference for local residents as well as being a stop off point for those going to work to get their breakfast and in the evening they come back to try the excellent aperitifs.
Long Island Drink and Food can be found in Piazza Unione right at the beginning of the old town. Its owner Marcello has much experience in running venues, and discos. In fact this is one of the last places to close at night in Pescara, so if you find yourself with an uncontrollable thirst and everywhere is closed, this place stays open until the early morning for all those late night partygoers!
Pop Off is a milestone for live music presenting mainly rock groups as well as Italian singers, various experimental music and ethnic music abounds. Basically, expect to find everything that you might call rock, from the avant garde to more popular sounds. Only 10 kilometers (under six-and-a-quarter miles) from Pescara, a little before you get to Cepagatti.
A few minutes from Pescara, Underground has for years been offering live music, Latin American dancing, 1970s/1980s music, soul, funk and commercial dance. It is located in the southern area of the city on the border of Francavilla at the back of the D'Annunzio Pinewood.
This Irish pub, furnished by a northern Irish architect, with original, imported decorations, really brings Belfast to Italy. There is a vast choice of beer and as well as traditional concerts on Saturday nights, it also often hosts Anglophone bands and plays excellent celtic, folk rock and country music. It is popular both in summer and winter and is a fixed meeting place for English groups who live in the city and for those who come in the summer to enjoy the coast.
Established in 2008, Lalla is an association with the aim to promote Pescara's cultural life and activities. Stop by to witness Pescara's best art exhibitions, festivals and music nights with live music and DJs. In order to gain access to this center, however, you must become a member.