The other option is going to the movies. You'll get the timings in the gulf daily newspaper everyday. Or you can check it out on the web at: www.inet.com.bh and then go to the left hand side of the page where it says 'movies'.
If you can get to the cinema at Saar, then go there. It's much easier for parking and the screens are bigger. There's also less people, and therefore less mobile phones ringing during the movie. Oh and the popcorn is less greasy!
For a night out, without drinking alcohol, you should try Casa Blu. It's a well known sheesha resteautant i Adliya.
The athmosphere is unique. Everything is paintetd in a dark blue colour, red velour furniture and arabic style interiour. The sheesha is better than anywhere else i've tried, and i tried quite a few. Also try the marrocan tea, goes very good with the sharmam sheesha.
Dress Code: No shorts, no sandals. And if you're wearing one of those arabic dresses, you must wear it full. Means not without the hat, ot whatever you call it.
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Bahrain has the reputation of being an 'open city'
or at least it did when I was there in '95. There are bars,
dancing girls in the hotels, and pretty much anything you desire
in the way of entertainment.But the hospitality I remember from Kuwait,
relatively austere place that it is,
far outshines any that I received in Bahrain.Here I am with some of my friends from Kuwait
indulging in some of the limited public entertainment on offer,
smoking Gidoo at the local Gawah, or Coffee Shop.
Gulf Kawah, or coffee, is untoasted, unsweetened, served from a thermos.
When you have had enough, just waggle the cup!