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Here are some nightclubs
that were open in the capital when I was there
I don’t know about now, I strongly doubt it…
Lialina, Baghdad Hotel;
Moulin Rouge, Uqba bin Nafi Square;
Thousand and One Nights, Sa'doun Street;
The Ambassadors, Masbah;
Al-Lile, Sa'doun Street;
Nujoum, Sa'doun Street;
Dress Code: casual
Updated Aug 19, 2012
This place was bombed about a year ago, but is back in business with much tighter security. The food is great (I'm a big fan of the couscous) with pizza, sandwiches, fish (pick your fish out of a big pool on premises), Middle Eastern, etc.
I was there a few months back and had a great time. Like all things in Baghdad, though, it is sort of a "go at your own risk" type place. Definitely my favorite night spot in Baghdad... actually it is the only one I am familiar with!
Oh, and very reasonable. Dinner should run from $5-10 and a beer is something like $2.
Dress Code: None... Don't bring in weapons, though.
Written Oct 4, 2005
Address: International "Green" Zone
I find that under the bed or in the bath is the best nightlife spot in Baghdad. Sandbags and two layers of 3/8 steel with a two inch air gape works well on windows.
Dress Code: Anything in kevlar with a trauma plate back and front
Written Feb 10, 2005
Address: Karada In
Visiting Abu-Nawas Street overlooking the Tigris you are sure to find all sorts of night entertainment in that kilometers-long embankment street in Baghdad.
Dress Code: informal
Updated Mar 9, 2008
Address: Abu-Nawas Street
It was nice to have a walk in that square at night at that time.
I don't think it would be a good idea now...
I keep my fingers crossed...
Dress Code: casual
Updated Jan 13, 2008
Address: Al-Tahrir Square
Night time is Army time. The US Army owns the night. The Army has unparalled ability to see and manouver in the darkness.
Dress Code: BCU, knee pads, boots, workout gloves, helmet, nodes, weapons of choice.
Written Apr 26, 2004
1 Review and 3 Opinions I have not accommodated personally in this hotel,but the entrance of it was truely a state of...