This disco-bar near the Pile Gate is intimate but with room for dancing and opportunity for eye contact. Until the opening of Revelin, this was the late-night place where everybody reassembled after kicking-out time in the Old Town bars. It’s still a popular spot for local youth, with the crowd spilling out onto the stone…
Izmedju Vrta 2 More info
A café-restaurant by day, by night this is a clubby beachside cocktail bar. The clientele is chic – it’s hired for fashion parties – but the place is far from intimidating and prices are reasonable.
Banje beach, Frana Supila More info
There is little Latin about this last-stop dance-and-drink den, an all-too-easy slide downhill from the Capitano, by the Pile Gate. Mainstream dance music is the order of the day, although there are occasional live gigs by Croatian rock-pop names. The nominal entry fee counts towards a first drink.
Brsalje More info
This would be the best year-round nightspot if they ran a regular programme – as things stand at the moment live gigs and DJ appearances come in flurries, and the website is not updated often enough to provide due notification. It is set in an old stone ex-quarantine barracks. Pay your money at the gate,…
Lazareti complex, Frana Supila 8 More info
The big hit of summer 2012 was the opening of Park Orsula, an open-air live music venue situated some 3km southeast of town, just off the road to Cavtat. It’s right beside the parking lay-by and drinks kiosk where folks stop to enjoy the famously panoramic view of Dubrovnik‘s Old Town. It’s a truly amazing…
Off the Cavtat road More info
Revelin Culture Club
A club venue since summer 2011, the angular 16th-century fortress that marks the eastern end of Dubrovnik‘s Old Town has become the place to go after drinking-up time has been called in the town centre’s other bars. Luckily, Dubrovnik’s military architects had the foresight to construct what is an ideal venue for a club: the…
Sv Dominika 3 More info