NIght Clubs & bars, Vienna

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    Loos American Bar / Loosbar: An Art Nouveau-jewel

    by globetrott Updated Aug 11, 2012

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    Loos American Bar or simply Loosbar is the name of this bar next to Kaerntner Strasse, in the pedestrian Zone of Vienna and its facade just like the interior was made in 1908 in Art Nouveau Style / Jugendstil by the famous austrian architect Adolf Loos (1870 -1933).
    In the summertime they also have a few seats and tables out in the street, right in front of the Bar !
    NO pics inside and NO sightseeing please !!!

    Dress Code: NO special dresscode required acoording to my experience !

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    NIght Clubs & bars: Nightclub Maxim Wien

    by lajcsika Written May 26, 2012

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    We took a trip to Vienna and one of our friends recommended Nightclub Maxim Wien to us.

    The nightclub is located in the centre of Vienna, near the State Opera House and Vienna Prater. This district is friendly, clean and nice. We easily found Maxim since it has a big white nametable at the entrance.

    The club is very elegant, and it has friendly employees. The waitress was a young, sexy lady and she was smiling all day when we were there. The prices weren't so high, I bought a 0.33 Heineken for 9 euros, and a coke for another 9 euros.

    When we visited Maxim there weren't any events, so we just checked the girls and listened to the music. Maxim Girls were fantastic, incredible sexy and they danced on the stage as professionals.

    We didn't have to pay entrance fee, since it Nightclub Maxim didn't use it.

    Dress Code: Since this nightlub is an elegant place, guests have to wear elegant dresses.

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  • Roter Engel: Fun, Dancing, Culture

    by kristinaangel Written Mar 18, 2012

    The "ROTER ENGEL" (which translated means "RED ANGEL") was established in 1981 and is one of the best known and legendary bars of Vienna located directly in the city centre, and in the heart of the notorious "Bermuda Triangle" area. Our established high quality bar is always popular, providing a great atmosphere for regularly meeting with your friends for cosy drinks and the perfect place for wild parties as the night goes on. it is great to meet new people and is almost like a historical landmark. Really interesting about this bar is the architecture, there are little touch from the famous Himmel B(l)au architects everywhere. Like the chrome angel wings on the ceiling. The names of the artists that have performed there on the wall by the DJ.

    Dress Code: casual chick.

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  • Travel-Shack Vienna: Travellers Meeting Hot Spot

    by kimbo_mo Written Jul 21, 2011

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    This place is amazing. I heard from a few friends of mine this famous travel bar and decided to check it out on a sunday night. It was an Aussie themed bar. I couldnt believe how busy this place was, full of young people from all other the world. The drinks were very cheap compared to some places I had been to in the city. They had so many different drinks to chose from. They had crazy shots where they light your mouth on fire or shoot snuff up your nose with a weird looking wooden device. Even saw some people doing beer bongs in the corner. People were dancing on the tables, some songs the enitre bar was singing along too, great environment. The staff here were all really friendly, made you feel comfortable and created a great atmosphere by getting people together and joining in on the fun. They all spoke perfect english.
    Ive been to many bars in Vienna and all over Europe but I've never come across a bar with such big character. Cant wait to get back their on my next trip to Vienna.

    Dress Code: Casual Dress.

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  • Travel-Shack Vienna: Travellers Meeting Hot Spot

    by kimbo_mo Updated Jul 21, 2011
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    This place is amazing. I heard from a few friends of mine this famous travel bar and decided to check it out on a sunday night. It was an Aussie themed bar. I couldnt believe how busy this place was, full of young people from all other the world. The drinks were very cheap compared to some places I had been to in the city. They had so many different drinks to chose from. They had crazy shots where they light your mouth on fire or shoot snuff up your nose with a weird looking wooden device. Even saw some people doing beer bongs in the corner. People were dancing on the tables, some songs the enitre bar was singing along too, great environment. The staff here were all really friendly, made you feel comfortable and created a great atmosphere by getting people together and joining in on the fun. They all spoke perfect english.
    Ive been to many bars in Vienna and all over Europe but I've never come across a bar with such big character. Cant wait to get back their on my next trip to Vienna.

    Dress Code: Casual Dress.

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  • Nextdoor Bar Vienna: Nextdoor Bar: Finally Quality In Bermuda Dreieck!

    by gpontano Updated Jun 7, 2011

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    Finally quality in Bermuda Dreieck! We found this new spot in the place of old Stamperl bar from 1982, now operated by young professionals. Still reasonable prices but quality (and quantity) cocktails and strong longdrinks. Heineken on tap for the selected ones, also serves toast-paninis and munchies. And the music: Finally no pop here. It was loungey soul & deep on Wednesday and when we went back on Friday,when we found bootlegs and minimal pumping for the crowd. Well done guys!

    Dress Code: Slick!

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    Dinos: Welcome to the Rat Pack ....

    by Redwraith Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Dinos is a small bar in Vienna, and one of the more classy ones at that.
    Its pretty small but the service is perfect, the drinks good, and the music good too listen to.
    (More or less only old Rat Pack Hits)

    Dress Code: Dress Smart ... no suit requierd but you ll stand out in shorts and sneakers.

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  • NIght Clubs & bars: Habana (Havana)

    by MishyM Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Club Habana is a fantastic Latin dancing club right in the center of Vienna (about 2 mins walk from the Opera house).

    It has great latin music playing all night, and lots and lots of people (most of whom seem to be really good latin dancers). You can even take dancing classes there if you like, from beginners to advanced.

    The people there were really nice and are more than happy to show you some steps if you don't know much about Latin dancing (like me).

    They have good cocktails as well! (and Cuban cigars)

    Our Opening Hours:
    Sunday until Wednesday from 7:30 PM-4:00 AM
    Thursday until Saturday from 7:30 PM - 6:00 AM

    It was just good fun, very lively and a great atmosphere!

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    Barflys: Easy listening and a great cocktail card

    by morgenhund Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Barfly's in the Hotel Fürst Metternich is a well kept secret that has been around for 12 years now. Service is good, the cocktail card one of the largest you'll ever come across and the music not overly intrusive. Some might find it too smoky - the ventilation is not great, but the cocktails are more reasonably priced than in Sky Bar and the waiters more attentive. Frank Sinatra and other artistes of that ilk are played in the background. There is a well-stocked humidor and the atmosphere is refined and very pleasant.

    It is open from 6pm daily - reservations are recommended but not always essential. There is a cloakroom service which is compulsory - but reasonably priced. There are often special events.

    Dress Code: Smart casual - refreshingly unstuffy.

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    Havanna Club: Salsa - Merengue - Funny People

    by SavoirVivre Updated Apr 4, 2011
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    if you want it hot , latin, crowded ---> then this dancing club is it.
    dance away with salsa , merengue,... :-)
    open: 8pm - 2:00am
    people/age: white/black/southamerican from 18 to 50
    real good atmosphere
    prices: no entry / drinks around 5 Euro up
    garderobe

    Dress Code: come as you are but with hot outfit , "leger" but stylish, dont overdress with suit & tie ;-).

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    Moulin Rouge: Afterworx Party in Moulin Rouge

    by iavormar Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    A funky location - a former go-go-dance club in the middle of the city. Nice red walls and funky atmosphere. After closing Meierei this should be the second place for the young working people to have fun during the week with lots of house, acid jazz, trip hop and chill out music. The parties are every thursday.

    Dress Code: fashionable

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  • Vino55: Local Wine & Heart

    by gpontano Written Dec 25, 2010

    A tiny little wine bar on the corner of Judengasse & Sterngasse, next to Nextdoor Bar Domby in Bermuda Dreieck. Operated by the owner himself, he and his helper are extremely proud of the great selection of local and Eastern European wines. Great for chat and munch with your partner!

    Dress Code: Elegant

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    Krah Krah: Lively place in the heart of the city

    by Penelope4 Written Sep 4, 2010

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    Rabensteig is quite lively in summer! Students from Italy know this place very well and Austrians - young and old. Service may not be the best because there are just too many customers but the food is quite good and price is reasonable and they have good local wines.

    Dress Code: Casual.

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  • Four Bells and Floyds: Pubbing and Clubbing all in one!

    by pubmandave Updated Dec 14, 2009

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    The Four Bells is a Irish pub that offers a range of Irish and English ciders, ales and lagers. It also serves a range of food with some British / Irish classics such as cook breakfasts, shepherds pie and a DAM GOOD fish n' chips.

    It is a great place to watch football (Premier League, Seria A, La Liga, Bundesliga, UEFA Champions League and Europa League) and has a range of screens (plus big screen).

    Downstairs from the pub there is a club called Floyds. A somewhat interesting interior but never-the-less a good karaoke night on Thursdays and a good place for clubbing on the weekends.

    All the ingredients for a good night out, a quite lager and a bite to eat, or both!

    There's also a pub quiz on Monday's which is done in English and German.

    Open daily at 4 p.m.
    Happy Hour daily 4 - 5 p.m.

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    Night Clubs & bars: Chelsea

    by graeme83 Written Mar 9, 2009

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    Located under about 5 railways arches, this was a place that grew and grew on me throughout the night. When we first arrived the place seemed a bit grotty - especially the toilets! However, the atmosphere inside was amazing. All the people we met inside were so friendly especially when they realised we were all from different countries. The music style here was rock / alternative. It is also the only place I have been to where crowd surfing actually succeeded.

    Drinks were around 3 euro for a beer or bottle and entry was free.

    Dress Code: No dress code

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