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Tiger Tiger

Tiger Tiger (The Friary, Greyfriars Road, Cardiff) – this bar has two levels and plays something for everyone (from House music to R n’ B & Soul music. Even though it’s supposed to be a nightclub, it feels more like a noisy sports bar at times (especially with the student crowd that often comes here).

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The Philharmonic

The Philharmonic (76 St. Mary Street, Cardiff) – located in a historic building, The Philharmonic is a vibrant nightclub offering a range of drink promotions and DJs playing the latest dance, R n’ B, house and garage. Housing a bar upstairs, VIP and club area the Philharmonic attracts a mixed crowd.

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The Globe

The Globe (125 Albany Road, Cardiff) — originally a cinema, in 2008 The Globe was converted to a nightspot hosting mainly live music, club nights and comedy shows with a capacity of 350 (split across our standing auditorium and balcony). The live acts booked here range from 80s Ska band “The Beat”, to Motown legend […]

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Retro

Retro (7 Mill Lane, Cardiff) – for those in a mood to listen to 90s pop & rock music and remember those years (when pop acts like the Spice Girls, Robbie Williams, and Fatboy Slim reigned), this is the place to be. With three floors (each with its own bar) and two dance floors, revelers […]

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Owain Glyndwr

Owain Glyndwr (St. John’s Chambers, High Street Arcade, Cardiff) — The Owain Glyndwr is located in the centre of Cardiff, just 200m from the Millennium Stadium. With two floors and a separate function room, it has the ability to cater for every occasion. With quality food served every day until 10pm, comedy on a Wednesday, […]

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Oceana

Oceana (Greyfriars Road, Cardiff) — Oceana Cardiff opened its doors to the public on 4th July 2007 and has never looked back, becoming the biggest and most exciting club in Cardiff. After the closure of Creation, Oceana took over and has carried on the tradition that this building has been known for many years, the […]

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Mischiefs

Mischiefs (James Street, Cardiff) – this is a local bar not far from Cardiff Bay. It attracts a 30-and-above crowd, and there’s also live music during the weekends. There are even Salsa dance courses held here on Monday evenings for a nominal fee (£5).

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Mbargo

Mbargo (60 St. Mary Street, Cardiff) – this is a trendy, nicely-furnished and quite stylish bar. Mbargo attracts both students and locals, albeit on separate evenings. With a sizable dance floor and accommodating bar area, Mbargo has quite a nice feel about the place, with friends unlikely to lose each other quite as easily as […]

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Lava Lounge

Lava Lounge (Old Brewery Quarter, Caroline Street, Cardiff) – this is a popular sports bar, popular with college students because of the discount drinks they get here. Along with the giant screens that accommodate viewing of various games, this bar plays 80s & 90s music during the weekends.

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Lakota

Lakota (84-86 St. Mary Street, Cardiff) – this bar (located a walk away from Millennium Stadium) is the perfect sports bar, where patrons can watch football, rugby and other matches. The fact that the prices for drinks, as well as the food served here, are very reasonable, only adds to a solid local following.