This is another excellent night club in town and has been around for ages. It is very popular with a mixed crowd of locals and tourists alike. They have many different theme evenings, ranging from revival, samba and punk.
After walking around for hours trying to find this club some cute American exchange student I met at the laundromat invited me to, the club turned out to be all right.
Hard to find, but fun. It's small. But the music was good and the crowd was all right.
Women: be prepared to be approached by any and all guys. Italian guys are forward, but not obnoxious. At least, from what I observed as a guy observing the pick up attempts. It was funny. They try to be slick.
Dress Code: Don't remember.
This place is really laidback, so you can come here and have a drink and be able to talk with your friends w/o yelling.
Sometimes they have little art shows or performances.
But it's not very big, so it can get pretty full sometimes.
They have food too, but i've never ordered.
Dress Code: none
Check to see what is the 'in' club. When we were there it was a place called Full Up. Year after year this remains one of the trendiest clubs in town and also one of the more elegant. People dress up to come here, whether they plan to sip drinks on the velvet sofas around the piano bar or hit the smallish disco floor to groove to pop, dance, and hip-hop. It is forever changing though.
Dress Code: Italians - especially the women- dress to kill in these places. We were dressed for the chilly weather in boots and sweaters. The women had on bra tops and mini skirts.