Hama is a very conservative town and most of the restuarants do not serve alcohol. We found it quite difficult to find anywhere to have a drink in the evening. But, in the small Christian quarter there is one nightspot, called Family Club. It is an open-air roof terrace where beer is served and it's open from 6pm until late. Food is served after 8pm.
The club is actually owned by the Orthodox Church and is a popular venue for wedding receptions.
This is the area of The Old Town in Hamah.
It's next to the Orontes River & also next to The Al-Mahmuriyya Noria.
There are actually several norias (water-wheels) in Hamah.
The Old Town is a lively place indeed ! The fountain, the mosque & people are doing their night acts in this area.
The photo is showing a nice night sight from my hotel window.
It is showing the busy street leading to the Orontes River where the norias are situated.
This stretch of road is Sharia Shoukri Al-Quwatli.