Fuego is definitely the best nightclub in Dubrovnik. It's also the busiest one. In the summertime its open every night, during the rest of the year it operates on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Fuego organizes student nights on Thursdays (from Sept - May), Concerts on Fridays / Saturdays during the entire year, as well as many other interesting events (Carnival, dancers...)....
Anyway, if you fancy clubbing in Dubrovnik, make sure to go to Fuego. Did I mention very good prices,(40 kn entrance; €5,7 & you get a free drink - ANY drink), friendly staff, and good music? Dont be confused with the name "LATINO club Fuego" - they play all kinds of music (techno, rnb, hip-hop,rock...)!
They also have special offers, so make sure to check it out.
Dress Code: None
The Latino Club fuego is not really an inadequately chosen name for this Club since it is regular dancing place (meaning NOT latino).
If you enter this place, you must be either a veery commercial cheezy person or veeery drunk so you do not care anymore. The guys at the entrance doors are usually very unfriendly and they will NOT let you out and back in again...let*s say if you need to get to your friends outside-forget that they will let you back in. I guess they have never hear of a entrance stamp or something similar. And please do not try to ask them if a group of 10 people can enter for the price of 9 - no chance, they haven't heard about group discount either. But apparently they do not need to apply any marketing strategy since they carry some kind of monopoly in town-no other clubs around....very sad for this town, probably the young crowd should have a look at other cities....
The best tip I can give you is to tip the staff well. We gave the barman 50 kuna as a tip when we got in first. For the rest of the night, we didn't queue at the bar atall. He always served us ahead of everyone else!
They do a decent enough Mojito but I fear we drank all the spiced rum in there so give them a chance to restock before you visit!
Dress Code: Dress code????? Fuego??? :)
I'm sure you could walk in naked without anyone noticing!
This club is one I've been to a few times, and as I remember, it did have a live dj one or two of the nights, but mostly it was playing some top-40, some Euro-pop, and other random music. It has an upstairs area for hanging out and a downstairs area for dancing, and it gets packed most weekends. It's definitely a place for the younger crowd, mid-twenties to mid-teens, so for anyone looking for a more mature time, don't bother going here. However, if you're looking to drink, dance and possibly flirt, this can be some fun.
Dress Code: Yeah, I agree with the previous tipper, you can probably go in naked if you really felt like it and no one would care. People do generally dress up in Croatia to go out, but certainly not formally here, at least.
Latino Club Fuego is a popular nightclub just outside of the Old Town's Pile Gate. It has a cool interior, good staff, and good selection of drinks. The DJ plays all kinds of music, so don't pay attention to the name.
There is a cover. Hours are 10pm-4am on Thursday through Saturday.
Dress Code: Casual