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Obere Bachstrasse 1-5
Phone: (49) 711 7878250
Fax: (49) 711 787825411
Obere Bachstrasse 1-5, Filderstadt, DE, 70794
- Phone: (49) 711 7878250
- Fax: (49) 711 787825411
Although this club is called a Salsathek, more than just Latin American music is offered. Three clubs and a restaurant sprawl over nearly 20,000 square feet, with club one offering 80s music, house, techno and chart tunes and club two hiphop, soul, rhythm and blues, rap and freestyle. The Latin theme dominates in the third club, where cumbia, salsa, samba, Latin house and merengue rule, and in La Cubanita, the restaurant run by Juan Cabrera, a native of Cuba, who serves up tasty Latin American and traditional Cuban dishes to hungry party-goers.
The Peak is a tip-top party spot in the Stuttgart nightlife scene. It's one big location divided into two floors, one larger and one smaller, and each of which offers a slightly different musical mix. Thursday nights feature mainly hip-hop music, with Friday and Saturday nights being dominated by House and Techno beats. Although the club can easily be reached by public transportation, those who are driving should note that parking is available right in front of the club, on the Fabrikstraße.
A place which really cares for the likes and dislikes of its clients and specially made for all those who adore socializing. The party never ends here, quite literally with the provisions for you to stay overnight. There is live music, amazing food, friendly service and great ambiance. They have a huge list of patient visitors, needless to say, what with all the perks and a absolutely unique experience. Cassiopeia is truly an experience in itself.
This restaurant, spread out on several levels, offers authentic Spanish food in attractive and comfortable surroundings (look for the sofa set). In addition to of course paella, which is excellent here, guests can find many fish dishes, seafood, young lamb and rabbit on the menu, and dinner can be capped with one of the tasty homemade desserts. Relax to the live music and enjoy the intimate patio, which seats just 30 people.
Translated from German, the 'LKA' in the name of this establishment means Longhorn Cultural Exchange. Originally opened in 1984 as a country and western bar, the place was usually packed with US Americans. After the withdraw of US military forces during the 1990s, however, the concept had to be changed and the cultural exchange was born. It is now a disco and concert hall with a mixed program. Wednesday is amateur night, devoted to promoting local talent; Thursday is Classic Oldie night, with music from the 70s and 80s drawing an older crowd; Fridays is grunge, alternative, industrial and freestyle night, with a predominately younger crowd; and Saturday nights features a wide range of musical styles and draws a diverse crowd.
In Stuttgart-Heslach, the Buddha Lounge Red Mandarin offers an exceptionally stylish ambiance on an area of over 2000 square meters. Canopied beds from India and Asian serenity invite guests to stay and enjoy themselves for a while. On Saturdays the Buddha Lounge turns into a vibrant party space with some of the coolest people stopping by. Don't be surprised to find yourself rubbing shoulders with a local celebrity here. This is the place to be until the early hours of morning!
Boots Stuttgart Leather & Western Bar is a gay bar in the heart of Stuttgart but welcomes people from all walks of life. Having been listed in numerous guide books, this bar sees a sizeable number of locals and tourists each night. Theme parties are held on occasions such as Halloween, where sporting party animals are dressed in the most unique costumes! Friendly staff and DJs who know exactly what the men want, make this bar a favorite in Stuttgart.
This club isn't the place for everyone, but if you're a teenager and looking for something to do on a weekend night, you've found Stuttgart's best known teen club. Everyone is young, and the music, spun by DJs Pad, Bony and Bepo is a pleasing mix of current hit music and classic tunes from the 60s, 70s and 80s that gets the crowd to go bonkers. Parents will be pleased to know that all Stuttgart subways stop at the Rotebühlplatz, so party goers shouldn't have any difficulty making it home safely.
In the heart of Stuttgart lies Kiste, the premier jazz club in the city. Translating as 'crate', Kiste is really a place that nurtures and gives prominence to the budding 'jazzists' from Stuttgart as well as other neighboring areas. The interiors are that of any typical jazz club- the lighting is dim; the atmosphere casual and laid-back; and there is a live band playing either their original tracks or classics by such legends as Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald or Etta James. If you are into the smooth honey-dripping music of this originally American art form, then do visit Kiste, because it will also give you the opportunity to discover Stuttgart's mostly unknown, yet vibrant and alive, jazz scene. Please see the website for details on upcoming shows and other information.
BIX Jazzclub reverberates with the swinging sounds of jazz. The club encourages jazz music in every form and from everywhere. There are live music shows and performances by jazz musicians here, also there are events to look forward to regularly. Exclusive events too can be held on Mondays and Sundays. Please check the website for the music shows lined up at BIX.
Formerly known as The Buddha, this enlightened club has a mixed musical offering. The club offers an excellent cocktail menu, two bars and a well-equipped dance floor. The brightly lit club is a hot spot for party seekers. Every Thursday, Zap plays live music to its patrons. Moreover, the club offers Cocktail Happy Hours. Call the club for more details.
This cafe and bistro is part of the Stuttgart gay and lesbian scene, and it has lots of heterosexual guests too. The food is quite good, with lighter, modern interpretations of classic European dishes offered (particularly recommended are the potato pancakes with salmon), and a popular all-you-care-to-eat pasta special Tuesday evenings from 8pm on. Of course, many come just to enjoy drinks and conversation, so you will feel comfortable just lingering over drinks if you'd like.