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L’Aiglon is a Pâquis institution where anything goes! It does good steak frîtes (steak and chips) but is better known for wild parties and a great alternative, gay-friendly atmosphere. Again good music, DJs, electro…
After hours, the well-known institution is La Presse in Plainpalais, which closes at 2am and reopens for coffee and clubbers at 4am! Marez, the owner, knows how to keep people loyal…
The Carouge spot to mingle, rub shoulders and chink verres with Genevan socialites. In the words of a reliable source: ‘Friday cheese, Saturday serious dance music’.
Indulge in a glass of local wine (Sfr3.80 to Sfr6) or artisanal beer (Sfr7.40) at this more-than-veritable Genevois café-bar fronting the city’s loveliest square.
Look out for the fantastic tasting soirées (Sfr70) run by this specialist wine shop; typically, nine different wines are tasted in an evening.
Visiting international DJs spin tunes alongside resident music man Massimiliano at this branché (trendy) dance floor, inside the Kempinski hotel.
Geneva beauties mingle at this Old Town designer nightclub in the space where the mythical Club 58 rocked Geneva in the ’50s and ’60s.
Melody’s is a new small bar in Pâquis with good DJs, tapas, after-hours parties and breakfast/brunch.
Key entertainment spot is Nathan , a grungy bar heaving with Geneva’s most hip.
Nightclub Le Déclic is a key entertainment spot.
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