Spanning over six floors of groovy party spaces, iD Cafe is one of the largest nighclubs in Nagoya. The interiors are just like any upscale nightclub that you could think of; gigantic disco lights, dim lighting, neon bar tables, elevated DJ booths. Whether you're into old school, fast or slow the in-house DJs makes sure that nobody sits idle. The bar offers a notable selection of reasonably priced cocktails and spirits to keep you buzzing through the night.
Located on the 41st floor of the Midland Square in Nagoya, Blue'dge bar is the ideal spot for an evening drink with a view. The interiors are ultra-modern with sharp edges, intimate seating areas and hardwood floors. The menu includes a wide range of drinks, including artisanal cocktails, Japanese spirits, sake and fine-aged international wines. The Midland Blue, Peach Road and Stinger are some of their specialty cocktails that you must try if you ever visit Blue'dge.
Zenith is a sky lounge, resting in the Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel, is one of the most cherished lounges in the city. It is a wonderful experience to sit and enjoy quality time with your friends and family, sipping your favorite cocktail, with the city at your feet, shimmering like a galaxy. You have an option of enjoying a high tea, coupled with sweet nibbles and delicious coffee/tea. The lounge lures you with its classy interior decor, warm aromas of delectable food, a wide range of drinks and a breathtaking view of the city.
Maverick is one of the most happening nightclubs located in the bustling neighborhood of Sakae. This club regularly plays host to world famous musicians and DJs, attracting large crowds in the process. Make sure to reserve a spot for you and your friends to avoid waiting for long hours in a long queue outside the club. Guests wearing shorts, sweatshirts, flip flops and jerseys are not permitted to enter as the proprietors feel that it would disrupt the sophisticated vibe at the club.
Situated opposite the Hisayadori Station, Mybar is a centrally located bar and restaurant which attracts cosmopolitan crowds, making it a partying mainstay amongst the city's youth. Mybar serves a wide range of drinks such as cocktails, martinis, wine and beer along with an extensive menu comprising of Italian dishes, burgers and seafood tacos. The Milanesa a la Napolitana and chicken piccata are some of the favorites on their menu. If you're looking for a hip place to hang out with friends, Mybar is the place to be.
A disarmingly simple enterprise, Daijin is where the locals head to unwind after a long day. Patronized by the after-work crowd, this is the place to rub elbows with the working class of the city. Albeit low on frills, Daijin has quite a selection of small plates and local beers and sake to complement them. It's believed to be one of the oldest pubs of the locality and comes recommended for those who wish to soak in the local scene.
With a central location, a long history, and a shadowy, intimate atmosphere, this is one of the premier places in Nagoya to enjoy live jazz. Regular acts include local, national and international artists. Opened 30 years ago, Lovely patrons have seen some of the regular artists that appear on the stage go on to become nationally known recording stars.
Orca Nagoya is one of the most visited nightclubs of the city. The place is pulsating with music till wee hours of the night and it attracts an eclectic mix of patronage. The nightclub boasts of impressive light accents, impeccable acoustics and friendly services, all of which come together to ensure a memorable night. Many talented DJ artists regularly grace the stage at Orca Nagoya and they have a loyal fan following. In addition to music, theme nights make this place a popular spot for the city's youth.
The Hub is a pint-sized pub in Downtown Nagoya serving a wide range of drinks and finger food in a laid-back atmosphere. The drinks menu mainly consists of British beers, IPA, ales, whiskey, wines, vodka, cocktails and seasonal pours, while the food menu includes classic British fare such as their signature fish & chips, roast beef, jacket potatoes and shepherd's pie.
Nagoya's Blue Note Club adds a real cosmopolitan flair to this industrial city. In heart of Nagoya's colorful Sake District, you can hear worldwide favorites such as Natalie Cole and Keiko Lee in an intimate room. For a break from the stress of the Japanese work week, stop by, grab a drink from the bar, and enjoy the heartfelt melodies in casual seating. Dinner is also available to complement your listening experience. Although you may not speak Japanese, you will understand the universal language of music that is always found at the Nagoya Blue Note and you can be sure that none of it will be lost in translation. An renown music venue, Blue Note Clubs can also be found in New York, Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka, and Milano.