If you are in Cairo ,don,t miss watching billy dancing(oriental dancing) called ; Raks Sharky.. in Alaharam st. (pyramid road) alot of night clubs starting from 10 pm to 6 am
Dress Code: normaly formal ,but for tourists no problem
Very nice night spot. Many cultures inside as a lot of Expats go there.
The place is a bit full of smoke. Get alive in the evening. But very nice music.
The stage is actually in the center of the main room, with a wooden floor and four pillars carving out the band’s turf. The same structure will most likely serve as the dance floor on DJ nights.
There is a minimum charge of 40 EGP (almost 6 USD) in some days, especially when there is a live band.
Dress Code: No special dress code
This spot can be a dance club or a Jazz music club. Depends which day of the week.
ON Wednesday and Thursday it is a DJ for dancing, other week days you can go to listen to Jazz life band or jazz music.
Entrance is for free, and till 9, you get an extra drink with whatever drink you order.
Very good Mezza and salads with the drinks.
Open 7 pm to 2 am. Reservations are recommended for special nights.
The program and the prices of the drinks is on the website mentioned down.
Dress Code: Casual
The place has a Dance floor, Restaurant with show kitchen, Bar, Pool tables, and Private karaoke rooms. Open 9 pm to 4 am.
It is a cool hang out, if you are looking for a place to dance.
Better go with a group, as most of the people go in groups...
Entrance is 50 EGP, (Almost 6 to 7 USD), but you have a hard drink and a soft drink for free inside with this fees. A second drink is free from Saturday till wednesday.
Wednesday, ladies enter for free:) Alive mostly from Wednesday to Friday.
Dress Code: Casual, semi formal.
Cairo is very alive city in the evening.
Lots of cafes, pubs and bars. Sometimes you need to know where to go, if you are looking for a drinking spot, as not everywhere serves alcoholic drinks.
Dress Code: Mostly the dress code is "soiree", evening dress.
Most of the nightclubs and discos in Cairo are either seedy or overpriced, female travellers should be particularly wary.
Instead, hire a taxi or get a bus to Muqqatam and sit and drink tea while Cairo moves by.
Serentiy, peace and observation
Dress Code: Whatever
El Gato Negro: somehow a club with a mixture of different styles. Music from Samba over Hipphopp to Tango, sometimes Jazz, Pop ... entrance about $ 10 including 2 drinks. Better call before going there!