Trader Vic's is an international chain of polynesian inspired restaurant and bars thart started in emryville california. Trader Vic's is more popular around the middle east as it has 8 outlets across the region,including one here in amman (which is located at the basement of the Regency Palace Hotel here at Queen Alia Street in Jabal Amman) and only 4 outlets in the United Statesi. Trader Vic's is renowned more for their Assorted Cocktails and their Mai Tai as the founder claimed that he invented the cocktail Mai Tai.
There is an Entrance fee of 10 JD per person and with one free drink included (juice or cocktail or beer), there is a live band everyday playing latin and salsa songs starting at 9:00 pm onwards.
They have a wide assortment of chinese inspired foods as they have a chinese style brick oven,but most people come here due to the assorted exotic cocktails they serve and the live band with dancing at the dance floor.
Cocktail Prices starts at JD 8 to 12 and there is a wide variety of these cocktails! beers cost JD 6 and above.
Dress Code: Smart Casual
opens: 11:00 am to 2:00 am everday
The Grand Palace Hotel has only one bar cum lounge and that is the Lobby Lounge, and like many areas in Jordan, you can smoke right inside the lounge itself as the middle east is a bastion of smoking. The lobby Lounge is open 24/7 as it is just beside the front desk of the hotel. you can order an assortment of local and international beers here like the most popular beer in Jordan, the Amstel draft at JD 8 and other international brands like Heineken or Carlsberg at JD 10 per bottle. assorted cocktails like Mai Tai or Long Island Iced Tea will cost JD 9 per small glass.
then you can just go the next door to the Regency Palace and drinks at their library lounge or at the Trader Vic's or at the Le Piano Lounge.
Dress Code: Casual, no shorts or flip flops or tank tops allowed
Opening Hours 12:00-01:00.
Daily Happy Hour 18:00-20:00.
First Tuesday of each month Happy Hour All Night Long.
Kitchen's opening hours12:00-23:30.
Free WIFI Connection.
The local beer is Pholadelphia and is cheaper than Amstel..
*Special Pitcher offer for which u get a free chicken wings with each order.
*Special Offer on Philadelphia Beer for 3.1 Jds++
*Special Offer on Stolichnaya Vodka Red for 35 Jds++
*Stolichnaya Vodka Gold fo 42 Jds ++(Including 3 mixers of your
*Plus Stolichnaya Night every WEDNESDAY and enjoy buying two bottles of Stolichnaya red or gold for the price of one plus 50%off per glass.
*Enjoy our special Offer On Jack Daniel"s Whiskey for 49 Jds
++(Including 3 mixers of your choice).
*Cheap Shots Bar On Saturdays, Mondays, Tuesdays,Thursdays where(Dodo,Tequila,Sambuca, Rum,Gin,Whiskey)Shots are sold for 3jds inclusive.
*Our Happy Hour continues daily with our 50%off on alcohol beverages between the hours of 6pm & 8pm.
*Our 1st Tuesday of each Month Happy Hour all night long from 6pm - Closing.
Its The ONLY gaybar in Amman alot of young gays are there,smoking shisha most of them are feminine gaylads.
but cute looking girls and boys as well.can be bit cruisy.
I find it expensive comparing to other bars I visited in Amman,in my opinion the expensive prices comes because of its popularity, the owner is gay and Jordanian national.
You get scaned and checked before entering.It is on the first flour and the groundflour sells books.Thats why called Books@cafe probably.
Last order is at 12 closes at 1am
There was life concert on Saturday and they charged 5 JD for entrance.
Wifi Available, Serves Shisha, Alcohol Served, Outdoor Area Available (?), Breakfast Served, Happy Hour
On the menu
Starters & Munchies, Soups & Entrée Salads, Pizza & Calzone, Pies Our Way, Burgers & Sandwiches, Café Main Dishes, Desserts, Hot Drinks, Healthy Soy Drinks, Cold Drinks, Juices & Shakes, Argeeleh (Shisha)
See the menu
9:00am - 1:00am
Happy Hour 5:00pm - 7:00pm Sat-Wed
Start at the 1st circle, head down on Rainbow St. Turn right 50 meters before the end of Rainbow St. Drive 150 meters and the Books@Cafe will be on your right hand side.
Prices : beer draft pint 5 JD
Arak :6 JD
Dress Code: Trendy
Daily happy hour runs from 4p-8p and specials go on all night after that: Sunday is Beer Night; Monday is Vodka Night; Tuesday is Ladies Night; Wednesday is Wine Night; Thursday is Shots Night, and Friday is Mixed Drink Night. After a bouncer checks you on the way in, you enter a realm totally different from the street. Red paint and no windows give the place a den-like feeling, there is a area for seating in the back, and a nice bar which looks onto the pool table. Friendly bar staff and decent prices as well as a large selection of alcohol make this a good place to get tipsy.
Stylish wooden benches and B&W photos on the wall give this rustic bar a hip feel but it’s the huge windows with views and the summer terrace seating that really draw the crowds. There are decent pizzas, salads and manaqeesh (Arabic bread with herbs) but the drinking takes priority.
Happy Hours is the time to settle down after a long day and there is no better place than The Bar at Sheraton Amman. So come and try its delectable new menu and experience Happy Hours everyday from 5pm To 8pm
Located on Rainbow Street, Books café is part bookshop, part restaurant and part bar. It is decorated in ultra modern colourful designs and is a great spot to come for pre- or post-dinner drinks, some shisha (hookah) or to have dinner. It is popular among locals and tourists.
At first upon arriving in Amman on business, i was wary about what to expect for after business hours fun on my 2 week stay there. I am a Chicagoan who is used to having a good time with friends and family. But i can tell you, after meeting some Jordanian American's living there, i had the TIME of a lifetime and can't wait to go back. It was absolutely a good time with really good people. The food, drinks, and people were second to none....I don't want to name establishments because my company won't allow it but they were all just fantastic...CAN'T WAIT TO GO BACK IN JUNE......
Dress Code: Casual......
it is one of the most famous nightclubs in amman it's really amusing and fun
they a dance flore dj bar every thing in a regular nightclub
Dress Code: just wear night life clothe
shiny stuff,dresses,strapless and party clothe
no need at all to be coservative
Amigo bar is in Jabal Amman (one of the areas for going out in Amman). It's a cosy bar with well priced drinks, a pool table and TV. Very caual pub with a student feel and alternative decor. I heard they have food there and generous portions, but didn't try any. Worth a visit.
Dress Code: Casual
Not too many places to grab a beer in town. Up the steep steps from Downtown is Rainbow Street.
There are a few bars and places to eat here.
The busiest by a mile was books@cafe, just off the main street.
You will pass a bookstore, look up, there is a huge bar above. It sells nice food and beer 5JD a glass. Has music and sport on TV. Also great views over the town below.
It was a surprise to go to Tradervics and find live music all night. The ambience is perfet to have snacks and drinks, or to go to have formal dinner. They have a cuban band playing live music all night.
Thursday to weekend is great. People that are learning to dance salsa gather in this place. And you will eventually forget that you are in the Middle east with such a nice live music.
Dress Code: Casual
Most of the nightclubs and bars can be found at any of the five star hotels in Amman.
Four Season Hotel
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Grand Hyatt Hotel
This club was like something out of Paris. It was ultra chic, sophisicated, modern, and loungey. The decor was great for entourages and double dates. I have some of the appetizers and the Seafood Spring Rolls were off the chain. And the kitchen stays open until closing. The music was fun middle eastern local stuff but they played Twista and I was COOL!! I had the best time there!!
Dress Code: Fashion-Foward