Club Blink is known as 'Sydney's Leading Alternative Nightclub' and it certainly has lived up to it's name every time I've been there.
From 9pm till dawn.
Recently moved to the Kings Cross Hotel, it's not hard to miss as it's just across the famous large Coca-Cola sign! Club Blink offers the not-so-average clubber a different taste of music.
Playing bands such as System of A Down, Incubus, Marilyn Manson, AFI, Nirvana, Slipknot, Green Day and Disturbed (just to name a few!) the club offers a variety of music for any indie/goth/punk/rock-loving person.
It's also just worth a look even if you're not interested in the music - you'll see some interesting people!
Dress Code Anything goes - and I mean ANYTHING!
Feeling frisky on a Wednesday night? Then go check out 'Popscene' at Soho Bar in the Cross.
From 9pm till 2am.
Popscene plays alternative music. Anything from the UK, USA and Australia will be played by the resident DJs.
A mix of "indie, alternative, pop, motown and country".
A fun night to be had by all!
Dress Code Bring along your dancing shoes and a smile!
A discreet little drinking hole just off the main drag of King's Cross - walk up the stairs and the red light strip is a world away. A mural of a James Bond look-alike with martini glass in hand decorates the entry to the lounge, pretty much one big room with retro lounges and seats cut into the walls that look like spaceship capsules.
DJs play a mixture of '60s and '70s soul, funk, R&B and early disco, at a level that's loud enough to keep people awake, but still allows for a comfortable chat. Great cocktails and dancing!
Dress Code Smart casual. The doormen can sometimes be strict on who they will let inside.
Kings Cross is all about sex... but it's okay to take the family. Of course that depends on what sort of family you are but basically don't worry about visiting the area. It's not really dangerous but I wouldn't recommend staying there if you want a nice quiet hotel.
The main attraction is the strip clubs. You will find men asking you to 'come check out the girls' most hours of the day. Don't fall for any of their tricks to get you in there, if you come back in five minutes you will stillget their 'discount'.
These strip clubs welcome anyone of all ages and aren't too threatening. Some are free while others charge $10 - $15 per person. The better quality ones charge. You can tell buy the guys who wear suits rather than daggy shirts.
CarWash in Kings Cross. Nice disco with danceble 70s and 80s music. Entrance Saturday is 5$. Beers are small but only 3$.
The music is really nice. The audience is alright too, many backpackers. The atmosphere is fine too, just relaxed and you can be yourself. The disco is in the middle of Kings Cross, which is a good area to go out. It's not the safest place so don't come by yourself. (in most cases you'll be alright though, it's not that bad)
Dress Code Not really, but you feel more comfortable if you wear cloths you'd wear if you wanna go out, so no sport shoes and old sweater. Though the music is 90% 70s and 80s there is no need to wear jackson five wicks or shiney pink trousers if you know what I mean.
You can find here night clubs , pubs and Internet cafes all around. A little bit dark, dirty and scarry, but if you want to use cheap internet just go there.
There is something here for everyone. It has a relaxed and fun atmosphere, numerous dance floors and pool tables, ... and of course - people watching. And it's friendly.