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Located at Hornstulls Strand, this club is popular among locals as a live music venue. Fans of rock, hip hop and other genres of music flock here to catch the latest music by local bands. Head to Club Strand if you want to listen to some new music by bands from Sweden and Finland.
Enjoying its location inside the prestigious Nalen venue is a smaller club Alcazar which often invites independent rock bands to perform. Lovers of indie music will enjoy this stylish space where they can meet like-minded people and relax over a few drinks. Check website for details.
Go to Fridhemsplan to get your dose of Latin America. La Isla is the place where you are able to shake your stuff to some hot salsa rhythms. The crowd on the dance floor is merry and multicultural, and it is one of the best places in Stockholm, where all different nationalities and ages get together. It is sexy, hot, sweaty and crowded and you do not have to wait long before a handsome salsa expert invites you to dance.
Sjögräs (which translates as Seaweeds) is one of the most happening joints in Stockholm and is a modern restaurant that serves Californian food. The basement has a nice bar that boasts the largest rum collection in the city. The nights are really crowded and the dance floor is always buzzing with action. Each night has a different DJ performing to packed crowds. If you are on the dance floor, expect to see beer everywhere!
Walk into this super chic and trendy nightclub for a fun night out. Set in a basement, Marie Laveau is a groovy place to hang out with friends. Nice lights, simple décor and minimalist lines are what this nightclub is all about. Pub-crawlers who come by are stylish, young and are ready to hit the floor as the DJ churns out some hip swaying numbers. Hog on the amazing Swedish fare and beer with a few like-minded friends while watching performances. The pub holds various shows and events for its customers from time to time. Make sure you don t miss this one!
A popular gay bar in the Södermalm neighbourhood, Sidetrack's elegant and casual atmosphere attracts tourists as well as locals. This neighbourhood joint is mostly frequented by men who come here and hangout in the evening. There are pinball machines in the basement for the more competitive customers. If you are lucky, you could be a part of the many parties that rock this place quite frequently.
With an open air feel, this funky space was made for a DJ. There is a ping pong table outside and a bar downstairs that is decorated entirely in white. Be sure to grab your beverage and check out the garden in the backyard! This is definitely a popular bar for Stockholm.
Starbar is an easily accessible and stylish rock club. It is housed in an underground locale, and the starred wall and flower lighting make it really cozy. There is more rave than sweat on the packed dance floor. The music is a mix of Depeche Mode, Sisters of Mercy, Chemical Brothers, Mötley Crue and Marilyn Manson, and this is rock'n roll! The aim is to create a rock club with a lot of 90s, a little bit of glamor and various events. The club has a really open attitude and a good feel. If you don't want to dance, you can always stay in the bar, which has really good pick-up potential.
Under Bron means under the bridge in Swedish, which is where it is located. This hip two level nightclub is one of the best that the city has to offer. During summers, the party continues outside in the outdoor area of the club. Established in 2010, it is open till five in the morning and has a range of music from techno, house, electronic and more by some of the best DJs.
This trendy nightclub has everything to pull in the young crowds, who like partying through the night. The space is divided into three areas. The Main Floor is where one can let their hair down and unwind while grooving to the upbeat dance numbers. Next is the Red Room, done up in shades of bright red, featuring live performances. And then there is the exclusive VIP lounge or the Vardagsrummet where the clubbing continues. The place also has a food menu that offers fish, chicken, tournedos and veal.
For a late night session over a delicious meal, step into this versatile zone. Housed in a former school, this new entry in Stockholm's nightclub scene hosts some of the city's best events. A restaurant, bars, four dance floors, a gallery, three stages and a cinema are all housed within this structure. So come by and rub shoulders with the locals. What a great way to catch a glimpse of the city's nightlife culture!
Fenix is the right place if you want a quiet dinner or are looking for a drink and a dance. The menu mainly consists of American food specialities. Located in the busy