A vibrant street lined with numerous open air pubs serving all kinds of Continental and local alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages as well as meat-on-sticks (kebabs). A very lively place to relax and people watch in the evening especially from Thursdays to Sundays in the evenings and on holidays and other social occasions such as Valentine's (aka. Chocolate Day).
Expect nothing fancy but plain old plastic chairs with lots of people and music, a combination of local hip-life tracks and some popular hip-hop tunes.
A great way to relax!
Dress Code: Free fare
Kumasi is a very nice place to go out for a drink at night. Night in Ghana is only until midnight, but in the few hours that are left there are some nice places to sit down and enjoy the nightlife in the city.
Kumasi has a lot of small drinking spots that are pretty quiet at daytime, but can be nice at night. the soundsystems play loud music, the local people come together to have a drink and to dance, and you are always welcome to join them.
If you just walk around in Adum, the City Centre of Kumasi, you will always find a nice place to sit down and have a drink. Ghana is no place for mix-drinks, wines or cocktails. If you go out, you just drink a beer. And of course the big bottle of Star Beer is the favorite than.
A nice place called Sweet Pub is located in Alarbar, a Kumasi suburb. The owner is a woman.
Dress Code: Kumasi is not known for having the same nightlife as Accra.