Bahrain night life:
Trader Vic’s , Ritz Carlton could be the ideal choice for dinner and a drink.
Barnaby Joe’s: I love this place, it’s in a quiet little area in Adliya but has a great crowd and music.
Savage Garden: 97 1906 Road, Al Manama. For some salsa dancing and a relaxing
Henry’s: This is a very, very old bar with a nightclub upstairs
Klub 360, Elite Cyrstal Hotel in Juffair. Really cool atmosphere, big band. It may still be the best places to go dancing in Bahrain.
J.J Murphy’s: A nice pub/bar next door to Barnaby Joe’s (BJ’s). (2608 Road), This is a beautiful place, a lot of care’s been taken in maintaining the bar.
The Warbler: Ramee Baisan Hotel. This used to be a big American hangout
Diggers, Delmon Hotel: The Aussie pub can apparently hold up to 500 people, yet with probably a third of that in attendance the place feels a little claustrophobic.
Inferno: It used to be a teeny-bopper hangout
The former Cocoon Lounge is popular among techno-lovers in Bahrain
Likwid is one of the smaller clubs with a unique cozy ambience.
The Z Club at the Pars International Hotel in Adilya is a popular venue to enjoy Bahrain nightlife from 9pm to 2am. The house music (Latin Reggae) is played by the house DJ, and there are leather couches to lounge around if you are tired after hitting the dance floor. The previous management of the former Z club has moved to open another venue called Tabu Club in the Panorama Hotel, Juffair, across the street from Elite Crystal Hotel.
La Bellevue, Novotel Al Dana, offers a relaxed Bahrain nightlife with a venue offering stunning views of the sea, a comprehensive menu of spirits including beer, cocktails and wine, live music and bar.
Sherlock Holmes pub, The Gulf Hotel, is where British tourists and expats can feel at home in this live-music venue,
Sky Bar, Hotel Diva: the bar location was really nice were you can see the hold bahrain at night they have a lovely dance flood
Ibrida, Ramee Grand Hotel: Building 999, Road 2813, Al Seef 428 (Opposite Seef Mall), Manama.
Elements Pool & Lounge: Intercontinental: A beautiful pool and lounge area which is perfect for sunbathing and relaxing
Bushido, near Ritz Carlton: maintains itself as one of Bahrain’s most popular Japanese venues. The service is attentive and a meal inside is enjoyable, and in cooler months a leisurely, relaxing dining experience on the beautiful outdoor floating terrace is a must.
Savage Garden, Henry’s and Barnaby Joe’s are arguably more upscale. Hunter’s Lodge and Warbler are big American hangouts (marines and army fellas from the bases nearby). Therefore these are usually great pick up places.