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This trendy and uber cool lounge bar is set inside the historic Theater of Pompey which is just next to the the famous Campo de' Fiori. Grottapinta is well known for its parties, happy hour accompanied with an aperitif buffet, live music and DJs. Thursdays nights are meant for live jazz concerts and the last Friday of the month is staged for the Rome Comedy Club which is a two hour show and then its back to rocking the floor. You will find during the live music and DJ hours, people dancing away in the night. Grottapinta is known to be a good crowd puller and you will have a good time amongst a friendly staff, great music and ambiance.
Located near Piazza di Spagna, the Art Café is one of Rome's most popular dance clubs. The large, multi-leveled space provides plenty of room to groove to your favorite tunes after an elegant dinner. The club hosts theme nights including hip-hop and jazz nights. When you drop into the Art Café be sure to dress to impress. After all, you never get a second chance to make a first impression, and you don't want to be denied entrance because you look like hell. Check out the website for the event schedule.
Radio Londra is found in a bunker dug out of a hill, with military style furnishings and fighting equipment hung up everywhere. Pizzas, sandwiches and salads are served here alongside beers, cocktails and spirits. If you are in the mood for a weekend night out with your gang and want to shake a leg, this is the perfect place. They play mostly rock and blues as well as host famous live bands. To know more about events, schedules and other information, check out their website or call ahead.
Rome is a city known for many things and there is almost something for everyone in the Eternal City. Dimmidisi Club is home to live jazz and blue performances where you will find songwriters in a jam session and DJs setting the pace for a groovy night. From jazz to techno and more, you will enjoy the atmosphere, music, happy hour and dainty bites.
Spread across a generously large area, Classico Village is divided into four distinct sections, The Club, Loft, Groove and Cortile. Frequented by the who's who of Rome, the place is loved by the locals, visitors and the elite alike. Given an option, lounge around in the loft area or if in the mood, break into a shimmy and enthrall the crowd. Either way, Classico is one place that will not let you down.
This pub features a constantly-changing ethnic-style disco that has become increasingly popular over the last few years. House, jungle, hip hop and tribal music are compulsory sounds that you will hear played here. On Sundays, there are the rhythms of the surfin' and happenin' "Surf Revolt". Gay night is on Tuesdays. The disco can hold up to 700 people with a central bar that is surrounded by sofas. There is an admission fee depending on the action on any given evening.
Qube is one of Rome's biggest nightclubs spread out on three floors with an eclectic range of music playing on each floor. You will find hoards of youngsters swaying away in the night during weekends. Sometimes the nightclub is host to rock concerts on the top floor. Parking is hard to find but if you want to have fun, then this is the place to be at.
A venue for the hot and happening, Room 26 is as lively it gets in Rome. With several locally renowned DJs playing, the dance floor is a place full of energetic souls lost in a dancing haze. Looking for a adrenaline rush in a foreign land? Then Room 26 is the place to be at!