This club Marmalad is wonderful.Every night there is a different program.On Saturday there is live group playing.On friday there is karaoke night. On thursday it's an acustic night..This place is awsome.
The club doesn't exist anymore...
I remember this club from my early teen ages. It has changed its name like 5-6 times and it has always been now very good place for having fun and dancing.There were live music sometimes and also they played short films from time to time. ( Future shorts - http://www.futureshorts.com/index.php?site=25)
I hope that soon it will get alive again!
Dress Code: Casual
Popular is the Liverpool Club at Gladston street, where you can have cheap beer, loud music and play a game of pool. For cool views over modern Plovdiv the Skybar at Alexander street is perfect as well as Rahat Tepe bar at the top of Nebet Tepe. Great views especially at night.
For trendy clubs, go to Dive club at the ploshtad Dzhumaya. It’s a crowded club with good DJ.
The club used to be called Club 46.I haven't gone there since they changed it but what I've heart from people that have visited is that is still nice place.The music they play is the same:jazz, latin, rock, pop, rythm&blus, lounge, chillout.
(the picture is from the old club)
Dress Code: Casual,I guess
At the mainstreet you can find some pavement cafés. Around the oldtown most cafés are off the street and undercover, so not that cosy. The nicest little café s are in the corner of the park at the Danov street and around the market at Shesti Septemvri street. And also near the theatre at Bunardjika hill you find fine café’s. In the mall you can also eat at I Claudius café, where you are very close at the roam stadium. Have pancakes for 2 lv.
This is one of the best clubs in city.There is a different programm every evening.Sometimes is live music,sometimes there are DJ-s invited , there is a karaoke night also.It has two floors.On the first one it is line an English bar , some tables ,many pictures on the walls - just great for some drinks.On the underground floor is the other part of the club-the stage,the DJ's desk and the other(it is non smoking area ).
The music is pop,rock,rythm & blus,BG music.
In the back there is a restaurant.
Dress Code: You can wear everyhting
Despite being in the city centre the Norris Hotel's garden is an oasis of relative calm in the late evenings. This is a smart, trendily furnished, meeting place for Plovdiv's younger set (with a few of us oldiies added for balance) but despite being relatively upscale drinks prices (provided you stick to the local stuff) aren't hugely expensive.
Smartly-dressed staff are smilingly attentive and there is a laid-back European buzz even as the drinks go down.
Dress Code: Smart casual is definitely the order of the evening and girls with very short skirts are especially welcome. Since the bar is open very late an extra (removable) external layer is advisable as the breeze can become quite cool in the early hours.
YOu don't have to hike along the Pirin mountains to find an excuse to chill out in this open air bar with a splendid view on the ancient teatre and a great part of Plovdiv
Very fashion place,mostly house music.Very appropriate to feel special and in the middle of the world. Last time I was there there was a mask party - much fun:)
Dress Code: The fashionest you have
Again a favourite place of mine.You can hear rock,punk,jazz,reggue,etc. It's open every day but somtimes there are privet parties.
Dress Code: causual
NIGHTLIFE PAMPOROVO. yes yes . clubs and disco at many of the hotels. and even a small bowling center near the hotel perelik. and most of the hotels have nice to very nice game rooms.