Just dropping by to tell you not to go to a pub called My Goodness in St-Leu neighbourhood. It's the perfect fake Irish Pub in Amiens. The problem is that the boss and the security man can get violent with customers without any reason...They are dangerous and dodgy persons. Gotta tell you won't find any real party atmosphere there...This is my advice, like it or not but please don't enter this place! Peace.
Whether on road trips involving Man Utd or England we often stay over in Amiens, and is a little gem of a town for nightlife. Thers a great little area of bars & cafes in a cobbled area below the Cathedral and alongside the canal - Le Zeppelin rings a bell though I remember a mexican type bar being more expensive than most and as usual the customary Irish Bar is on hand, this being the 'My Goodness' on Rue Edmund Fontaine, not bad either (at least the owners were Irish!)
This Latino cafe is always full, so come early, always fun, and always has great music. The playlist is all latino music, but mostly Cuban rythems. The drinks are all really good too; if you go on your birthday have them make up a big bowl of their 'punch'. I don't know what's in it, but it is good!! Their outdoor terrace is the best place to be in summer and when the inside is full to the brim. All the cafes, pubs, and clubs share a terrace square so it's a great meeting place for new people and old friends. Great for bar hopping as they're all right next door to each other!
This cafe is in the downtown of a French city, yet when you're inside you feel like you're in Texas. There's Confederate flags everywhere, cowboy standups and pictures, and a Texas style bar. It opens at 9 closes at 3am. Karaoke lasts until midnight. After that it's mostly top 40 and hiphop dance tunes until 3.
Dress Code: Even though it's called the Texas cafe, the dress code isn't country. There are a few brave souls who decide to wear their boots, spurs, and hats, but for the most part it is just typical club wear.
Best Irish bar in the north of France! Everywhere you look there's Irish songs, Irish beer, Irish sayings, Irishmen...The bartenders are cute and friendly, the Cider is great, and you must try the My Goodness shake. Combines Bailey's, Kaluha, milk and banana I think. Best day to go is of course St. Patrick's Day!!
Dress Code: Casual. Whatever.
St Leu district, at the north of the Catherdral, where there's the whole night life spot of Amiens : pubs, restaurants...