A Freetown institution, Quincy's claims that it shuts 'when the last person leaves', and in their case, it's true. Come the weekend, an exuberant crowd of local posers, government ministers and expats parties well p…
Watch the sun go down and the party people wake up on the expansive split-level terrace at Roy's, a perfect sundowner spot on Lumley Beach. It's hard to find a beef with this place – everyone from backpackers to min…
Mingle with ministers at China House, strangely located in the compound of the ministerial building. There's regular live music, although you might want to watch who you elbow on your way to the bar.
Rather more chilled than many of Freetown's night-time venues, this place has a low-key jazz and soul soundtrack, punctuated by more energetic dance nights.
Cute Plum Store is shielded from the busy Congo Cross junction by greenery, making it an ideal spot for a quick drink on your way back from town.
This lively Irish bar across the road from the beach features regular live music and film nights; it also screens big-name football matches.
Reopened in 2015 after a refit, this sleek club favours banging house and hip-hop. It's popular with moneyed locals and expats.