Dancing in Budapest, Budapest

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Rudas Romkert

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    Rudas Romkert,: Eat, drink and dance in open air...

    by Djinn76 Updated Jul 28, 2003

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    This is quite confusing, during the day it could be considered as an open-air restaurant.
    This is also a pleasant place to have a drink in the shade of the trees in the middle of the afternoon...
    In the evening, once the last persons have finished their meal, the music volume start increasing and the dance floor get crowded...

    Dress Code: casual

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    Klub B7: Great music

    by Levente_D Written Mar 21, 2005

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    B7 is a great place where you can have some drinks, and dance arround. The music is a bit funky style but my opinion is that they find most of the people's taste with it!
    Try not to go with a car as it is very difficult to find any parking place and also because Hungary is a drink OR drive country (strictly no alcohol allowed for drivers!!!)
    It is also a good idea to make a table reservation for the weekend days as the place is quite trendy and use to be full!

    Dress Code: Up to you ... but the usual casual wear is OK.

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  • Dancing in Budapest: Morrisons Pub.

    by Incomparable Written Dec 7, 2007

    Morrisons pub is the place you should go if you wonder where the party's at. :)

    It's quite small and in the summer it gets a bit too warm, but besides from that, this is one of my favourite spots! You can go here whenever and find that the party is on. :) The people going there are very mixed, it's both international students, tourists and locals.

    They are open from monday to saturday and have different programs every day, but one thing that always remains is the karaoke room (where you will find hungarians singing hungarian hits) and the dancefloor (with mixed funky music.)

    It's also very affordable!

    Check out their website for more info.

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