Nightclubs and bars in Goa

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    Tito’s Road: At the centre of the action

    by toonsarah Updated Feb 5, 2009

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    The centre of Baga’s nightlife is Tito’s Road. Its lower end is dominated by the complex that gives it its name – Tito’s Restaurant, Tito’s Nightclub, and Mambo’s pub. We’re really not night-club types so we gave that a miss, but we did enjoy quite a few visits to Mambo's, which is an open air pub situated where Tito’s Road meets the beach. It became our favourite spot for after dinner drinks and I think I gradually worked my way through their comprehensive cocktail list ;-)

    Our other favourite drinking spot was a small bar higher up the road, i.e. nearer the Baga Road and further from the beach. This was Kamaki, with a small outdoor seating area right on the street, where we often enjoyed a pre-dinner drink while watching all the action. There was much more seating inside, and TVs showing European football matches. The bar staff were friendly and we also got to know the owner of a small crafts shop next door which was open quite late at night and where we eventually made several purchases, including a lovely Buddha’s head carving.

    Dress Code: Depends where you're going but mostly it's pretty relaxed and anything goes - but not too much of anything, as it can be hot here even at night!

    Kamaki, a bar on Tito���s Road Tito���s Road by day

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    Cleopatras: Good for late night food and a great Christmas Eve

    by traceyspacey Written May 29, 2008

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    Cleopatra's is one of the few places that is open all year round. It is a good place to come for late night food, also if you want a quiet late night drink. I have to warn you that it is quiet. Having said that we had a great Christmas Eve there, great music and fireworks. As always there is a late night menu with higher prices.

    Staff are friendly.

    Dress Code: No dress code

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    Cocktails and Dreams-Palolem: Check your bill!

    by traceyspacey Written May 29, 2008

    This is another late night bar. The theme as you can guess is based on the film Cocktail starring Tom Cruise. For me with the big neon sign it didn't really fit in with the beach shacks of Palolem. Well we tried it anyway, we went a few times. I didn't really enjoy myself when we went. It is expensive, I do appreciate that drinks will cost more after a certain time. However, when we got our bill after eating there. We discovered that first of all they had shown us the daytime menu as opposed to the nighttime menu, so the prices were higher than we thought but also they had overcharged us on the nighttime menu. No apology, but they did drop the price.

    There is another Cocktails and Dreams in Baga.

    Dress Code: No dress code

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    Cafe de -Palolem: One of the better late night bars

    by traceyspacey Written May 29, 2008

    Is it a bar or a nightclub? Well it's both, there is a small nightclub opposite the bar. This was one of the better options for late night drinking. Although it is popular you can normally get seats for a small group in the later hours. They also have pool tables at the back. I have no idea what time it shuts as we never stayed that late. I think the latest we ever stayed was sometime after 3am.

    You may not want to stay near here if you want an early night though!

    Dress Code: No dress code

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    Havana -Palolem: Good place to meet your friends, play your music

    by traceyspacey Written May 29, 2008

    With chairs and tables set in the sand on the beach it's a great place to come. We spent a lot of time here. It is great if you are in a group as they separate your bill without asking. The staff are friendly and the food is good. Average prices for drinks.

    Dress Code: No dress code

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    The Log Cabin-Calangute: Check out the writing on the walls

    by traceyspacey Written Mar 12, 2008

    We only came to Calgunate for the ATM as we were staying in Baga at the time. This is how we found this place. It is set just off from the main road so feels a lot calmer than the rest of Baga. There are obviously regulars who like this place. The staff are friendly, beer is cold and the price isn't bad either.

    They have a quiz night and a karoke night (not my think personally).

    Claims to be only English pub in Goa( Not true).

    Dress Code: No dress code

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    Smugglers Inn Palolem: Good laugh in Palolem

    by traceyspacey Updated Mar 4, 2008

    We have had some good nights here. It is a warm welcoming place. Open all year even throughout the monsoon. Good place to eat if you are missing food from home. We liked this place so much that we had our Christmas Dinner here.

    Great place for Sunday lunch, get there early or book ahead.

    If you go say hello to Anil (Manager) and Deb's (owner) for us.

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    Dress Code: No dress code

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    TITOS: TITOS

    by mili_143 Written Jan 1, 2007

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    TITOS SITUATED NEAR BAGA BEACH IS VERY MUCH FAMOUS ALL AROUND COUNTRY. QUITE IMPOSSIBLE TO GET A PLACE TO STAND AT NEW YEAR'S EVE. CALLED AS HEAVEN FOR PARTY ANIMALS. FAMOUS DJ'S KEEP THE NIGHTS ROCKING. COVER CHARGES AROUND 600 RS TO 1500 RS. I DONT THINK ITS TOO MUCH BECAUSE THEY GIVES YOU FREE DRINKS OF THE SAME AMOUNT.

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    CLUB CUBANA: CLUB CUBANA

    by mili_143 Written Jan 1, 2007

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    ONE OF MOST POPULAR PARTY SPOT IN GOA.LOCATED ON TOP OF ARPORA HILLS ATTRACTS LOTS OF GREAT VIP PEOPLES AROUND THE COUNTRY. DJ'S ALL AROUND THE WORLD IS ONE OF MAIN REASON WHY IT IS SO FAMOUS. COVER CHARGES ARE FROM 600 TO 1500 RS. WOMENS ARE ALLOWED FREE ON EVERY WEDNESDAY.

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    Right on the beach: Full moon

    by venteeocho Updated Jun 7, 2005

    Thanks to repeated crackdowns by the Goan police on parties and loud music, Calangute's nightlife is surprisingly tame. All but a handful of the bars wind up by 10.00 pm. One notable exception is Tito's at the Baga end of the beach, which stays open until 11.00 pm off-season and into the small hours in late December and January.

    Unfortunately, the only other places
    that consistently stay open through
    the night are a couple of dull hippy
    hang-outs in the woods to the south of
    the beach road; Pete's Bar, a perennial
    favourite next door to Angela P. Fernandes,
    is generally the most lively,
    offering affordable drinks,
    backgammon sets and relentless
    reggae. Further afield, Bob's Inn,
    between Calangute and Candolim,
    is another popular bar, famed less for
    its court around a large
    table in the front bar.
    but there is amazing "full moon parties"

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    Mackies Night Market: Bit of a cheat really!

    by grandad Written Apr 23, 2005

    Mackies Night Market is a must if you are into the market experience - whilst there are many markets in Goa the night market is a different experience.
    See the stalls in the light of electric light bulbs, enjoy the unique atmosphere, the music, a cold beer and possibly some of the freshly cooked food - jacket potatoes to tandoori to chinese.
    In season the market runs from late afternoon to late at night and music is available from a live band.

    Dress Code: Whatever you feel comfortable in.

    Night Market

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  • partys: nights out

    by moondog1980 Written Mar 10, 2005

    Partying on the beach with hundreds of people,it was madness with lots of friendly people from all over the world. With the locals only to happy to join in until the sun came up. The partys were easy to find on the beach/forest, not as big as they used to be so i was told but still very enjoyable.

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  • a morning drink........KAMAKI

    by urbanzing Updated Feb 27, 2005

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    if u wanna catch a drink just before sunrise this is the place. the crowd from tito and mambo moves to kamaki if they r capable enough of handling a night of 100% intoxication. i was talking about alcohol. SAY NO TO DRUGS!!!

    Dress Code: casual/relaxed/nightwear

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    What should you expect from nightlife in Goa

    by mickeyjane1 Written May 8, 2004

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    My opinion is that nightlife in Goa varies such alot on the resorts that you are going to be staying in :
    For example the resorts in the south tend to be more laid back and quieter whereas the north tends to be more lively.
    However even here dont expect it to be too lively, nightlife for us tended to be a meal in one of the lovely restaurants followed by a Kingfisher beer in one of the local bars.
    Alot of the entertainment is centred around the hotels therefore choosing the right resort and hotel is important .

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    On the Beach: Evening Bliss

    by susie46 Updated May 7, 2004

    Enjoy your evenings by the beach. The Shacks are playing soft music or reggae, its still very warm, you can just relax, sit back and watch the sunset whilst enjoying a few bevvies, a meal or chatting with your newly made friends, a perfect end to a perfect day.

    Beautiful sunset

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