Pinetown is a suburb of Durban, and is about a 20 minute drive from the beachfront.
Studio 54 is a good night out where you can let loose, drink dance and be merry.
The ground floor is a bar with aseries of pool tables, whilst upstairs there is a large bar and a very big dancefloor.
I have only be there once, but what I remember of it (far to many vodka and limes that night!!!!) the music was great and there was a good vibe. The woman are really gorgeous and there were some pretty trendy/ cool guys there as well.
The play a wide variety of music from 80's classics to Dance tracks.
Dress Code: Nothing special that i am aware of.
Tiger Tiger is definately one of the better nightspots in Durban.
Playing music, ranging fro 80's and 90's hits , current chart favourites and a bit of real dance music, they cater for all tastes.
The club really rocks on Friday and Saturday nights and there is almost always a great vibe about the place.
My mate Guy, is the main DJ there and part owns the club, so be sure to say hi to him.
On hot summer nights it can get quite hot inside (I am sure Nelly wrote his song about this club!) but they have a great outdoor area with a bar where you can cool down and socialise without the music blasting your ear drums.
I have staggered out of Tiger Tiger a few times and have never had a bad night out there.
Dress Code: Smart Casual .... jeans are no problem.
This is my local watering hole as it is just up the road from where I live.
This is another good spot just to enjoy an after work drink, or kick start your night before going out on the town.
The food here is also good.... especially their home made pies!!!
If you enjoy beer, then order your own 5 litre beer keg, which you can just keep topping yourself up with!!!
Dress Code: Smart Casual.
The Club With The Difference where the party go's on till 6 in the morning. Hip-Hop, RNB, House at it's BEST!!!!! Definately the place to BE if in DURBZ!!!!!
Dress Code: NO Shorts! NO Slops! Everything else go's....... Dress to Impress........
After 18 years of beats, babes and gurning, 330 has shut up shop. Rumours of its imminent revival at a new venue are rife, but as of today, 20 September 2007, nothing has come of it.
In its place, various events have taken place that are hosted by the 330 team, and it's best to check on facebook for those.
Lord knows what the nightcrawlers of Durban will do without it, it was undoubtedly Durban's supreme nutjob locker from the day it opened its doors. Tsk, tsk.
Keith is a member here and they spend every New Years Eve at the underwater club.
I hope that it is still there, I know when we were there, there was much talk over closing the place down.
We had a wonderful New Years, the underwater club is located on the beach, I remember looking out across the bay at the skyscrapers and lights, at midnight fireworks went off all teh way around the bay!
Keith took plenty of meats and some seafood and cooked up a storm on the bbq, there was music and dancing and a bar to buy drinks from.
We got there early on, so that we could get a table and set everything up.
Entrance was by ticket.
330 POINT. BLANK. CLUBBING 330
From the age of 15 I started clubbing. From small local clubs to the big city clubs. I think that 330, wait, I know 330 is the place to be when in Durban. It is the oldest club hence that it is situated on one of the most dangerous streets in Durban today. But if you wanna dance the night away until the break of dawn, then sit up on the roof and check out the sunset. You will risk your life to go to this club.I recommend 330 if u into hard house, techno, rave and just partying with typical Durbanites who love to 'Jol'. 330 is open enough to allow gay people and straight people come one when in this club. But beware.....330 has a history and you can feel it once you step through those doors....
* Only recommened to open minded people.
Dress Code: The dress code is tricky. You may want to wear sneakers as you plan on buring a hole through the dance floor.
I would say the dress code is each to their own.
The Roman Lounge is Durban's only Gay & Lesbian venue.
It offers a bar and adjacent a dance floor where various DJ's entertain a good crowd particulary on a Friday and Saturday night.
The venue is open each evening and various other activities such as Karaoke are been held.
The venue is per membership only since it advertises as a private club hence if you intend to visit you will have to sign a disclaimer to become a member.
The club has moved a few weeks ago and now is in Stamford Hill Road - off Argyle Road.
coyote bar is so down to earth and friendly with a great DJ who plays a wide selection of good music. fast service at the bar and generally a great atmospere.
everyone is welcomed and drinks/entrance is very affordable.
Dress Code: no specific dress code.
preferrably something to meet the standards of any party you would go to.
not overly formal but something presentable. jeans and a shirt are good enough.
...except it isn't. The food is good, the drink is cheap and so are the women, (if that's what you want) and best of all the beach is at your feet. The piers are nearby, but only a madman would jump off them for fun.
Dress Code: Clothes. They don't like you going naked, or barefoot.