Don't imagine firstly. You are in Ýran. That's why there is no any nightclubs or discos. But if you want to spend the time with drinking coffee you can go to the south side of Zayende River.
Specially in Jolfa (Armenian quarter) you can hook too many places alone or with your girl friend. There is no problem.
Dress Code: Uhm. i 'd love to say mini skirts are allowed but i am afraid i can't.
Nevertheless this area easier and freer than north side. you must realise until you come here :)
The local football (soccer) team is a great source of pride and a focal point of the community. Celebrating victories is done by mad motorcycle riding, waving of team scarves and generally making a lot of noise.
Iran is definetly not the place for wild nightlife. However, one of my best nights in Iran was at a restaurant in a corner of Emam square where two teenagers performed what I guess were traditional Esfahan songs with a drum and a strange looking violin instrument. It was a magical night.
Dress Code: Standard Iranian...
at the nights there is realy beautiful and fantastic. i urge you to get out at the nights to see all of the beauties of isfahan.
Do not miss Naghshe jahan (Imam Sq) and Bridges throw the night if you stay in Kowsar Hotel you can see them from the window ,it's great
Dress Code: You can see in Tea house in Imam Sq. or eat something