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Cohibar City is a disarmingly simple bar but its potent selection of drinks and friendly crowd more than compensate for the lack of frills. Located in the heart of the city, this bar is attracts locals and travelers alike. The clientele is mostly youngsters who come here to groove to the tunes of talented DJs while chilled beers and well-crafted cocktails. A perfect spot to bring your gang for a weekend party or for mingling with newer faces, Cohibar City is the one of the most popular nightlife spots of the city.
With its unassuming decor and easygoing staff, Americanos is about as welcoming a nightclub as you can hope to find. With regular events like singles night and other mixers, if this place can't bring you out of your shell, nothing will. The libations line-up is quite impressive, ensuring long nights of fun, dancing and banter.
Situated in the Hotel Bayerischer Hof, the Night Club hosts popular jazz gigs every evening, where big names such as Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock perform alongside newcomers. This elegant but dimly-lit establishment, which is located in the basement, is usually jammed full on the weekends with well-dressed hotel guests and Munich jazz enthusiasts. Albeit highly priced, the club promises an unforgettable experience.
P1 is one of Munich's most famous clubs for the rich and famous. Tennis player Boris Becker and the stars of Bayern Munich FC are no strangers to this establishment, which is frequented (almost exclusively) by wealthy men and pretty women. Having been in business for over sixty years, P1 has become a master of reinvention, and has relocated multiple times. Their latest venue is in the basement of the Haus der Kunst. Dress in your best to fit in with the most exclusive crowd in Munich.
Paradiso Tanzbar is a pleasant surprise. Paradiso's interior recalls, to a certain extent, the golden age of theater more than a modern disco. The clientele is more ironic than über-trendy, and the music is often a departure from the usual oomph-oomph of the technorati. If you are lucky, you may just spot your favorite celebrity here. An institution that has entertained patrons to the likes of Freddie Mercury and David Bowie, Paradiso Tanzbar is the city's cornerstone, a symbol of Munich's sparkling nightlife and artistic glory.
Pumping beats and the psychedelic vibe is sure to get even those with two left feet on the floor. And the crowd you will find here is as happening and sensational as the club itself. One of the best in not just Munich alone, Rote Sonne sees a line-up of the coolest artists, bands and DJs; so, whether you are a party animal or music maniac, this place is totally for you.
Part of a renowned nightclub chain, Pacha, Munich is where the party animals get together to have a blast. Located close to the Karlsplatz (Stachus), the interiors are hip and trendy. There is a cozy lounge area for those who want to relax with a drink from the well-stocked bar, and a dance floor for those who cannot resist the urge to move their hips to the music. A great place to enjoy a night out with friends, the pub can be rented for private parties and events as well.
Hip and happening, this nightclub in the old city is known for their ladies' nights, which occurs nearly every weekend. On those nights, the cover charge is waived for females. Tap your feet to the groovy music and have a great time. 089 Bar is a popular hotspot for college students and people who are craving a healthy does of fun!
If you want to party hard in Maxvorstadt, then make a trip to Bob Beaman Music Club. This swanky club/music venue is a local favorite when it comes to excellent DJs from different parts of the country. Though dance parties are their forte, Bob Beaman Music Club also features the occasional live music performance. The club is open Friday and Saturday and plays host to a huge crowd of party lovers from across the city.
Prosecco is a happening gay bar and nightclub where you can either relax with a warm drink or instead hit the dance floor with your killer moves. The ebbing music ranges from native German to downright chart-busters famous internationally. Everyone here is treated with dignity and you can see patrons enjoying their drinks and music to the fullest. So take a break, let your hair down and switch on to care-free mode.
Ampere, located within the larger Muffatwerk complex, sets the standard for an excellent night out. Every little element, from the musical selection and interior design to the drinks at the bar, has clearly been labored over. The space is a blend between historic Munich and the newest, sleekest styles the rest of the world has to offer. Pop in for a concert, reading, discussion or simply a drink and a few laughs.
A club with a great atmosphere, Pimpernel is a gay-friendly bar with a disco. The fact that it doesn't fit into any of the usual categories, however, makes it a pleasant and uncrowded alternative for those looking to bring in the weekend. As with the punters, the music is difficult to define, with all styles played. Delicious snacks are available until wee hours of the night and into dawn.