This is how the young people's dance club is called ("Pautina" in Russian).
The young people's paradise starts at 4 p.m. (for school students) and lasts till 6 p.m.on Fridays and Saturdays. Although I can't imagine how the high school students are asked to leave the dance hall at 6 p.m..
The disco goes on then as a youth dance club from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
It takes place in the city leisure center located right opposite the city council building.
The entrance fee is only 5 UAH.
Have fun, guys!
Dress Code: casual; face control is present.
My wife and I, when we visit our parents in Rubizhne, like to take a walk along Victory Street past Lenin Square and Chernobyl Memorial to Lenin Street and then turn right to the new cathedral.
Then we walk back past Absolute Supermarket and turn left to Mir Street ("Peace Street") and proceed to Lenin Square where her parents (my inlaws) live.
I do not even have to have a torchlight since I seem to know each pot-hole by heart (although new ones do appear in my absence)...
Dress Code: casual
Lots of different dance and show programs are held in the building of the city leisure center called Kirov Palace of Culture in Lenin Square.
The parties are held on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and start at 7 p.m.
Please follow the ads downtown.
Dress Code: casual but neat
This place seems to be very popular with the young people.
You can just sit at the terrace cafe or go inside and dance.
There are also some new places: cafes and bars popular with young people, too.
This place is one of the favorite meeting points for many young people of the city.
Also, I heard this place tends to turn into a "wild bar" at night and fierce fights between tipsy locals aren't rare there.
Dress Code: very informal