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Yüka

Yüka (Route Express de Gammarth, Gammarth Beach) – this is another new beach clubs popping up in the Gammarth Beach area (located 30 minutes north of the capital, Tunis; or 15 minutes northwest of Carthage). Yüka caters to a young (20-something year old) crowd – playing Hip Hop and international pop music. Bottle service is […]

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Solar

Solar (Route Express de Gammarth, Gammarth Beach) – located next to Bora Bora beach club, this attracts a crowd of both young locals and expats who follow electronic dance music. Table service is big here, and both DJs and live musical acts are occasionally booked here.

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Play Bar

Play Bar (Hotel La Tour Blanche, Av. Taieb Mehiri, Gammarth Beach) — this is one of the newer beach clubs popping up in the Gammarth Beach area (located 30 minutes north of the capital, Tunis; or 15 minutes northwest of Carthage). It’s a mostly local crowd that comes here – families during the day (including […]

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Nuba Bar

Nuba Bar (2 Rue de la République, Hotel de la Jetee, La Goulette, Tunis) — many of the bars in Tunis are located in a hotel, and that’s no different for Nuba Bar. This bar – on the ground floor of the Hotel La Jetée in La Goulette – is quite atypical for the Tunisian capital; […]

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Le Carpe Diem

Le Carpe Diem (La Marsa Soukra, Tunis) – located on the edge of Tunis’ banlieues, Le Carpe Diem has the feel of a university campus bar and is crowded with students and young professionals every weekend. The garden surrounded with palm trees is a marvelous spot to order finger food and sushi under a bright […]

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Le Boeuf Sur le Toit

Le Boeuf Sur le Toit (3, Avenue Fattouma Bourguiba, La Soukra, Tunis) — this bar is definitely an unexpected treat. For food lovers, yes – because its restaurant is amazing – but first and foremost for the party animals amongst you. This venue attracts a trendy crowd, with a supercool dance floor where DJs and […]

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Latino Hammamet

Latino Hammamet (40 Avenue de la Paix, Hammamet) – this is a popular nightspot at Hammamet that attracts much of its business with beer and liquor specials. Both locals and expats come here. There are also occasional Tunisian musical events, and oriental (belly dancing) shows. Despite its name, it is not a Latin music nightclub.

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El Pacha Club Hammamet

El Pacha Club Hammamet (Avenue Moncef Bey, Hammamet) – this is the Tunisian branch of the famed nightspot of the same name (based in Ibiza, Spain). That means a variety of electronic dance music DJs are regularly booked there (mostly local and regional DJing talent, along with occasional big-name international ones flown in from overseas). […]

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Cafe El M’Rabet

Cafe El M’Rabet (27 Souk El Trouk, El Kasba, Medina, Tunis) — While strolling around the medina of  Tunis, you will discover many teahouses and cafés, but the most atmospheric of all is Café El M’rabet. Inside it feels like an Arabian palace, sitting on carpets and cushions around low tables, under high ceilings supported by beautifully […]

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Cafe Culturel El Ali

Cafe Culturel El Ali (45 bis Rue Jamaa Ezzitouna, Tunis) — with a rooftop terrace overlooking the Zitouna Mosque, this café-resto has it all. A superb location in the heart of the medina, splendid traditional Tunisian food, charming staff serving citronnade and fresh smoothies, and a special iftar-menu during Ramadan. Inside, the library and sofas create a homely […]