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FRANKFURT NIGHTLIFE - FRANKFURT GERMANY NIGHTLIFE

Frankfurt Nightlife GermanyFrankfurt Nightlife - Frankfurt is booming city and the nightlife is full. There are plenty of beer gardens and bars, and clubs to spend the wee hours of the night in. A new side to Frankfurt comes alive when the sun goes down. Just as during the day, Frankfurt has plenty to do during the evening hours. They have the clubs, bars, bistros, beer gardens, restaurants and movie theaters to keep you busy until sunrise. Each night you could find something new and exciting to do.

If you are lucky, there will be a Festival going on when you visit. The festivals really give you an inside look into the locals and the German culture. They are a great place to experience the local cuisines and people.

The Sinkkasten is a dance club and bar with live bands. They play every time of music from hip hop to jazz. There are even theme evenings such as 80's night, Blues Night, and Retro Disco Nights. This club was started in 1971 and has been a busy and popular place since opening the doors. Friday night is of course the busiest night and they stay open from 9p.m. until 4a.m. The other nights they don’t stay open as late. There are two bars located in the club. The Batschkapp Club is about twenty years old and still popular. The style is a mixture of heavy metal, rock and hip hop. They do usually charge a cover charge at the door. Inside you can chat, drink, and dance. Their website is fully interactive, with a webcam, chat rooms and a list of up coming attractions.

When you go walking by the river, you will find many bistro’s, cafes, beer gardens and restaurants open there. Frankfurt offers a large range of different international foods you can try. You can have the normal German bratwurst and beer or try some Turkish food. If you are looking to have a great night, hit all the clubs and bars and not have to worry about traveling then look for the Nacht der Clubs. During this time you can get into the top thirty clubs, no bouncers, no cover charges and you are shuttled around to all the places. The cost to join is only 10 Euros and you get to drink and not worry all night long. In the past over 30,000 people have enjoyed this night.

The Club Das 21 Jahrundert is one of the more modern clubs. On a Friday or Saturday, the club can be packed until closing time. The interior design fits the modern feel with loads of glass and steel work. There are three different levels, dancing, restaurant area and bar. Sometimes they have a DJ and they do play house music. If you plan on going during the weekend, calling ahead and making a reservations is always a wise decision.

O'Reilly's is a popular pub among the English speaking travelers. They are located right near the main train station and attract a large mix of people. Enjoy a beer and watch different international sporting events. They are open daily and of course later on Friday and Saturday, they stay open until 3a.m. Not only can you drink here, but you can have a meal, play some pool, darts or sing karaoke on Friday nights.

Sinkkasten
Bronnerstrasse 5-9
Telephone: + 49 69 2803 85
Friday 9pm to 4am

Batschkapp
Eschersheim 56
Telephone: +49 69 9521 8410
Email: Info@batschkapp.de

Nacht der Clubs
Telephone: +49 691 55 2000

Das 21 Jahrundert
Oederweg Strasse 21
Telephone: +49 69 55 6746
Friday and Saturday 9pm to 3am

O'Reilly's
Am Haupthahnhof 4
Telephone: 26 48 78 78
Open Daily

 

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