The New Sofia Pub Crawl is the night walk around Sofia’s hidden and unique bars. This event is not for those looking for loud and smoky rooms; instead, you will hear different stories about the places visited and meet other tourists from all over the world. Therefore, a nice international evening with a lot of chatting is guaranteed. The event costs 20 lv. and includes some free drinks at most of the places. Every location has its own style and is worth visiting it. You would not find these places on your own or just would’t dare to go in.
We had the most amazing time in Sofia, while visiting the Rock 'n Roll bar, situated on the Dyakon Ignity.
It is a fun bar, with good music! Not only rockmusic but every kind of music.
Last summer there were some travallers but also the real Bulgarian Deal.
Laughed our asses of! And the toilet is beautiful and the club in fancy, new, hip and clean.
Great place! Need to visit if you go to Sofia!
Dress Code: None.
Happy hour from Monday till Friday and from 17:00 till 19:00 buy 1 drink get one FREE
Fans of Amigo's Restaurant in Sofia, Bulgaria
Common Interest - Food & Drink
Tex Mex, Steaks, Coronas, Margaritas, Tequila Shots, Crazy Fridays, NFL Sundays, Happy Hour during the week... am I really still in Bulgaria?
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02 981 1353
12 Karnigradska Street, Sofia, Bulgaria
To watch traditional dancing (with costumes and live accompaniment), you have to be at the restaurant at 8:30 p.m. After the performances, comes the singers who will invite you to the dancefloor with their music. A shame that I came past 9 pm so I did not get to see the traditional dance.
The foods and drinks don't cost much although the place is ideally for tourists. Even my Bulgarian colleague knows that this place is as not expensive as the others. Nevertheless, you'll feel at ease in this place because the waiters and the performers are quite okay.
Dress Code: Casual will do but a more formal attire is suitable as well.
The Bulgarian capital has emerged as one of the top stag party destinations in Europe, and its blend of Soviet Realist architecture and dynamic stag night life make it one of the most exciting and coolest cities in New Europe. Blend the most attractive women ni the world and you have a Sofia Stag Party to remember! The city is very exciting & although large, it is well connected by cheap taxis and public transport. Nightlife is spilling over everywhere, with new bars & clubs opening all the time. For a professional company, that takes care of incoming tourists and cares about repeat business, contact: www.sofiastagweekends.com Enjoy activities like go-karts, paintball and jeep driving. Bus transfers, night guides and stag dinners can all be booked.
Dress Code: Dress codes are usually relaxed
Well, I can frankly say this is the best place in Sofia I had fun. No joking! It is not easy to walk in, because it's very hard to find a table. You can do it only if you have a reservation, so if you didn't take care of that-don't even think about going there.
The interior is amazing-all the walls are covered with pictures of famous musicians (over 250 portraits, ordered specially for "Camino") and instruments. The lighting and synchronization are really professional. You can smoke over 20 kinds of cigars Cohiba there.
The live music is very good-I can say this is the music I like. You can listen to whatever you want there-Russian music, Bulgarian music (really the good Bulgarian music), retro music, rock music, jazz... The musicians are very good and I was astonished by their talent.
Well, as you maybe guess, you'll have to pay much there, so be prepared!
Here you can see a part of the program-Stefan Iltchev is singing "Camino"
Dress Code: Just be good looking.
It is just a bar, but really a nice one. I enjoy going there since it was situated near "Slaveikov" Sq., but the bar changed its location. Well, it is in the ideal center of the city again, near the night club "Briliantin", so you can always have a chance to go there for a drink. Just do it! There is a great variety of drinks and you can always ask the bartender to make the cocktail you want. The music is very nice, the staff is really great and the service is also very good:)
Dress Code: No dress code.
If you like rock music-this is the place you definitely must go. The club is not very big, but the atmosphere is very good and you'll feel like you are in the Rock Paradise:) Well, you can just look at their website and you'll see what I mean.
Dress Code: Wear what you have, no problem :)
If you are fen of live music there are two cool places in Sofia where you can enjoy it - Piano Bars Retro and Sinatra. There you can enjoy the performance of young and talented musicians. In Bar Sinatra there is a special "show of the bartenders" where the wait staff gets on the bar and sing. In the other bar - Retro some of the musicians are former "Star Academy" participants. And you pay only 4-5 leva (3 EURO) for the live music.
Dress Code: No strict dress code, however no sneakers rule apllied.
Located in the Basement of a pizzaria, O!Shipka club it was famous underground club ,where live bands play almost every night. From punk to rap, from Metal to hardcore- The place , rather obscure ,but depending on the band that is playing there are some great parties .
PLACE IS NO LONGER EXISTING.
The newly opened Yalta club is located across the Sofia University. The Two floor Disco club has just been reopened on the 21 october 2005 after a long period of reconstruction. One of the cult places in Sofia.Full of ultra fashion people ,the type that visits Chervilo club.Music - house.
Entrance fee 10 lv = 5 euro ( same as Chervilo )
Animation - 5 dancers
A home gallery of contemporary art and new culture
The place is lovely!!! Absolutely psychadelic - I bet there are not much of these on this planet.
Open from 10 am till 02 am , it offers home made chocolate cakes , tea room and Himalaya and Amazonian teas , Thursday and Friday DJ scene with commercial free music , Small cinema for directors and pictures 18:00, 22:00, 24:00h , Gallery for independent artists , library with free internet .P.S - OS Linux - Click on the compass to open navigation window.
This is where we celebrated the new year, after going to the open-air concert, losing some money at the newar-by London Casino. The gues DJ was Sandy Rivera, and what a DJ! We shook our @sses off!
Yalta was one of the first dance club in the early 90's. It was closed for several years until it was redone and opened in 2005. If you're into house and techno, this is the place, although there are some oldies nights. For details of the current programme and guest dj's, check www.programata.bg.
The entrance fee varies depending on the event, the New Year's party 2006/07 was 60 lv (30 euro). The previous year it was 100 lv (50 euro) but it had drinks and snacks included. Normally, entrance is 15-20 lv.
Dress Code: cool
This is a crazy place. with a lot of action going on. There's a main stage with singers and dancers and most people sit around it next to long tables. They don't sit for long though as virtually everybody is dancing. The music is definitely Eastern European but the vibe is good. It is kind of hard to communicate with the locals. Only minus is the staff. Not very polite at all. But hey, who cares about them!
Dress Code: People tend to dress up, but we got in with jeans and sneakers.
I have always liked to have thought of myself as a dab hand at dancing, and that with enough peer pressure I will venture onto the dance floor... Well perhaps on more sober moment I'd think twice. The Salsa Plus Club is great fun with all types of salsa and south american music being played and people dancing at all levels.
Dress Code: No dress code
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