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The biggest/best indie/alternative club in Bucharest.
The terrace of Control Club might just be the best place in Bucharest to mingle with the locals and let conversations spark while queuing for a drink. Over the years got drawn into the electronic sphere, tuning into more obscure sounds. The consistent dedication and passion for music of the people…
The atmosphere club is one of the best.Goes on Tuesdays and Thursdays when there are concerts with local bands, Fridays and Saturdays is DJ's. They have also a very good restaurant upstairs
Control Club is a melting pot, the place to go for drinks, music and hanging out. Upstairs is Alt Shift, where you'll find a great variety of delicious food.
Club that host indoors and outdoors in summer. On the summer days, on Tuesday's all drinks are half price.
Out of the normal clubs in Bucharest (not including the luxury ones), this is probably the best one. It's split in 3 part, outside with no music where people chill, drink and smoke, very crowded and 2 different inside parts, one electronic music and the other one far small concerts. Very good prices…
“The music selection is very nice, patio comes with air-conditioner, food is awesome and after midnight they serve some really delicious pizza!”
“A contender for the title of best coffee shop in Bucharest. This place is all about great coffee from all over the world, as well as a fairly decent selection of tea too.”
“Urban PUB and inspiring HUB for foodies Why locals love it? Hosted in a former printing house with industrial-style interior design, Energiea is one of the best places in town for cultural happenings and various events, workshops or exhibitions.”
“A very nice setup in the back yard of Stirbei Palace. The prices are a little high, but the experience is unique. ”
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