Located in the center of Karakol, you can hear the live music (karaoke style) from blocks away and see people dancing away from the street, since all this action happens from the balcony of this cafe. Most of the music is Turkish or Arabic, but a few Russian songs will also be heard.
Food and beer are also available.
The balcony area is only open during the summer.
Dress Code: Semi-nice, formal is not required but don't show up like a grub.
This is one of the most popular disco techs in Karakol with one of the largest dance floors. The only problem is they don't serve alcohol, so if you want to get tipsy, drink before you go, or just step outside (like the locals) to chug a few shots of vodka before heading back in.
Dress Code: Whatever you want - but "cool" is always best.