Let's start by saying that the Kardashian sisters spent an evening at Malkhas in 2015. This could be a recommendation, but could also be a warning – we'll leave it for you to decide. Armenia's most famous jazz club,…
Very popular with the young and wealthy crowd, with quite a few expats and Armenian diasporans thrown into the mix. It has an enormous bar, brings in top-notch DJs and serves decent food as well.
This club is located in a huge underground space next to the Opera House. Anything goes here, from flying popcorn parties and lip-sync competitions to breakdancers and everything in between.
Small lounge and part-time disco with Mondrian art theme and dancing on Friday and Saturday. The rest of the week it hosts live music acts. It’s back behind the Syrian sweet shop.
Inside a slightly nasty old Russian block, this club hosts jam sessions, jazz and rock bands. Check the schedule on the website. Cover prices vary according to who is performing.
Astral is to Yerevan what the Hacienda was to Manchester: ground zero for the dance-music scene. This club is located in a huge underground space next to the Opera House.
The most popular hangout is Melines a cellar bar located below the French restaurant. The building is slated for demolition but will hopefully relocate.
This place is a popular live-music venue for a variety of genres. The musical spectrum ranges from jazz to reggae and rock. Check the website for upcoming events.
Manhattan-style basement club with a chrome and steel entrance. On weekends a DJ mixes rap and techno, turning the place into a miniclub.
Mixed music sets are pumped out of the sound system at this club for the 20-something crowd. Well-known DJs from Europe often spin here.