- Sailors Lounge (12, 1 Admiralty Rd, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos)
Located on Admiralty way in Lekki. The layout consists of three sections; Sailor’s Bar, Captain’s Cabin and Captain’s Deck. The Captain’s Deck is purportedly the first floating bar in Nigeria. If you are bored with the rumbling and booming of the clubs then this is a perfect place to head to.
- Bay lounge (Block 12A, 10 Admiralty Rd, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos)
Tucked in the swanky Lekki neighbourhood on Admiralty road, it is next to Sailors Lounge. If you get there between 6 pm and 7 pm then you will get to see the panoramic view of the beautiful Lagoon at a relaxed pace.
- Rhapsody’s (Ikeja City Mall, 174 / 194 Obafemi Awolowo Way, Alausa, Ikeja)
Located in Ikeja City Mall at Alausa, Ikeja, it has the perfect place for a long chillaxing evening with indoor and outdoor sitting sections available. Great Music all night guaranteed.
- Shaunz Bar (27, Sanusi Fafunwa Street, Victoria Island, Eti Osa, Lagos, Nigeria)
You can have an exciting evening in this bar with its electrifying atmosphere. It is a classic spot for all kind of minds and personalities seeking fun in music—did we mention that their karaoke nights are the best! You are bound to feel relaxed after staying for just a few minutes.
The Sea Lounge is such a great place to visit with someone special. You can also take a sea cruise and enjoy your dinner while you are 20 miles away from the coast.
- Escape Night Club (Address: 234B Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.)
Escape Night Club is a must visit club whenever you in Lagos. The club is among the best place to be if you want to party with top Nigerian celebrities and network with the creme de la creme.
- Club Quilox (Address: 873, Ozumba Mbadiwe Avenue, Victoria Island, Lagos-State)
Club Quilox is a luxurious style bar, restaurant & nightclub in Victoria Island. Housed in a massive building, Quilox opened in 2013 and is now know as one of the biggest and most expensive nightclubs in Nigeria. At Quilox, there is always something to do; Monday to Wednesdays are “Night Shift, Thursday Night is “Workman’s Compensation”, Friday Night is “Starry Nights”, Saturday Night is “Thriller Nights” and Sunday Night is “Sunday Nitro”. Every last Sunday of each month as the DJ spins tunes from lunchtime around 2 pm till dawn!!
- Prive Lounge (Address: No 5b Karimu Kotun Street, Victoria Island, Lagos-State)
Prive Lounge is a multi-level restaurant, lounge and bar located in Victoria Island. The Lounge has a rooftop terrace which come with complete cabanas and a dedicated bar. Their cigar room is luxuriously furnished. Prive Lounge possesses tasteful design and an extensive menu that thrills her guests. With a sitting capacity of about 300, it is a perfect location for day lovers and nightcrawlers who like to party hard. It’s usually open on Mondays to Thursdays from 12:00 pm – 12:00 am and from 12:00 pm – 3:00 am on Fridays.
- Ember Creek (Address: 32 Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos.)
Ember Creek consists of a bar, a restaurant, and a fashion café on the waterfront of McGregor Creek, Ikoyi. This lively fun hub for night crawlers and day lovers alike has a unique outdoor location on the Lagos lagoon. Thursdays here are salsa and cocktail nights. The creek is usually open from 10:00 am to 01:45 am.
- Club Pravada (Address: 89b, Agoro Odiyan Street off, Adeola Odeku, Victoria Island, Lagos-State)
Club Pravada is a ‘top top’ nightlife spot in Lagos. The setting is classy and there is ample space on the dance floor. They have a VIP section and private rooms. Every Thursday is Ladies nights and Cocktails from 6pm – 10pm. Friday night is the time to be on the ‘roll call’ as the DJ spins the best local and foreign music for you to groove to.
- Uptown Stream Bush Bar (Address: 20 Langbasa Road, Ajah, Lekki, Lagos-State)
Uptown Stream Bush Bar is a relaxation spot with a unique ambience. Exciting nightlife here is complemented with cool music, mouth-watering dishes, and a variety of drinks. With a nice array of assorted drinks and a food menu consisting of delicious dishes, the club proves to be an exquisite one.
- Sip Lounge (Address: 11B, Akin Adesola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos-State)
Sip Lounge is the perfect place for late night cocktails after a hot day. Its basically a stylish upper class bar built to cater for approx 100 persons. The interior aesthetically rich with paintings and glass walls well blended in colour and texture to present a very classy opulent feel. As you enter the club to your right is the first VIP section providing a panoramic view of the entire club for fun seekers with deep pockets. To your left is the sitting area with sits arranged beautifully such that it should only sit 30 people There are private rooms where guests can enjoy the cozy environment while having cocktails, good food, and light music.
- COVA Lounge Lagos (Address: Rooftop, 4th floor, Mega Plaza 14, Idowu Martins Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.)
Formerly known as Kudeta Lounge. Cova lounge is a beautifully decorated rooftop with white flowing curtains, high ceilings and a spacious terrace. Music at COVA Lounge is awesome. The restaurant downstairs complements the night out, as guests can transit from dinner to drinks to dance with ease. Sundays are spiced with a live band here.
- Club Uno (Address: 19B, Allen Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos.)
Club Uno has a unique sparkle that night owls can’t resist. Club Uno is a perfect spot for night crawlers who love fun all the way. Guests can hit the dance floor, take a drink, network, and enjoy the vibes of all fun lovers’ haven. The club is usually open from 10:00 am to 5:00 am daily.
- Fela Shrine(12A Adeleke St, Allen, Ikeja)
The New Afrika Shrine is an open air entertainment centre located in Ikeja, Lagos State. It serves as the host location of the annual Felabration music festival. Currently managed by Femi Kuti (eldest son of Fela Kuti) and Yeni Anikulapo-Kuti, it is the replacement of the old Afrika Shrine created in 1970 by Fela Kuti until it was burnt down in 1977. The New Afrika Shrine showcases photo galleries of Fela and music performances by Femi Kuti and Seun Kuti thus making it a tourist attraction. From the genre of music to the inspirational story-telling lyrics, not forgetting the sacrosanct palm-wine, get ready to get a political education, a lesson in ‘shakin-it’ and a contact high!
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