Nightclubs and bars in Nigeria

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    Pat's Place: Ex-Pat Place in Lagos

    by lalikes Written Apr 11, 2010

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    If you don't have a knowledgeable cab driver, you might miss Pat's Place. There is a barrier wall hiding the bar front and the sign is tiny and just says Pat's. If you're looking for a bit of home (the English, for sure) come on in. A lot of local English men and their "prospective" dates abound in this place. Food is okay. Too fried for my taste. Cheeseburger was good, though, with plenty of chips. Rugby, football, tennis, horse racing on 3 TV's in the main room. Pat is a jolly fellow; gregarious, accommodating, with his dog by his side and will tell you to drink up and have fun. The local patrons will play whatever music you request- if they have it. Good fun if this is what you're looking for. Open from 10 a.m. to very late.

    Dress Code: Casual.

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    Ikeja, Lagos: Murtala Muhammed International Airport

    by Toyin Written Oct 2, 2004

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    The Ikeja Night life is most interesting, there are the good, the bad and the ugly. What is common place though is the overwelming presence of the Police and security personnel. If you are legitimate, ...there is nothing to fear moving about at night in Lagos.

    Dress Code: Not applicable...

    MM Intnal Airport
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    Nsukka, Enugu State: The African sky at Night

    by Toyin Written Oct 2, 2004

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    Nsukka is a University Town in the Eastern Nigeria.... Every night the sky line is bright and clear, and its interesting watching the moon and other plannets. It is peaceful and spiritual.

    Dress Code: You may come out naked if you like. A lot of the natives sleep as early as 2000hrs.

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    Night Box: Midnight Crawlers

    by nnapr Written Oct 18, 2003

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    Night Box is a newly established night club in the hearts of Portharcourt in Rivers State. the club futures some of the worlds best musical equipments and infrastructures. it has some special types of marcury lights and lightning displays that will make you go gaga. it has a blue spot upstairs were you and your fiancee can hold a one to one intimate interaction while others dance to the tunes blaring from the digital speakers of the DJ's latest version now in stores CD mixing turn table. it also bosts of bars inside it your can other for chiled bears of all types ranging from local brews and international. it has a restaurant you can walk to in the compaound and have some nice traditional Nigerian dishes. you can also chill at the open compaound were you have the Shawama spot and get some nice arabic shawama's at low prices. i think its one of the best night spots in Portharcourt.

    Dress Code: There are no special dress code, but short nickers are not allowed.

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    I can't give any tips on the...

    by TanjaE Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    I can't give any tips on the nightlife. There's a big club in Benin City young people use to go. But, it is very dangerous to leave your secure house or room in the dark...so better stay at home, as the natives use to do it, too. Always try to get home before it gets dark around 7 pm.

    There are also some nice Bistro's restaurants where you can try the Nigerian kitchen. I would prefer doing that.
    Those pics have been taken at a privat party

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    Baracuda Bar, King Perekuele...

    by orinoco1999 Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Baracuda Bar, King Perekuele Road, GRA
    (on a saturday night)
    The most fun place in Nigeria. On a saturday night you have 100 male expatriates and 200 local nightfighters. If then the band plays Fela Kuti, the party is on...

    Dress Code: Male: casual, even down to the oilworker coverall
    Female: dont waste fabric

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    Some watering holes with...

    by Rob47 Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Some watering holes with bottled beer on sale.
    If you can drink the local beer Gulder or Star it is cheaper......but takes some getting used to.
    If you do go out at night, it must be with car and driver.
    You will definately get stopped by the police so just stay calm, smile and slip them 20 nira.

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    Nsukka Night sky: Tropics, the moon, the planets

    by Toyin Written Oct 2, 2004

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    The night spot was the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. It was clear and peaceful.. contrary to the general chaotic pictures one sees on CNN.

    Dress Code: No, dress code here.

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