Budapest - Bars & Nightlife
Budapest has all kinds of nightlife, from smoky beer halls to Bohemian artists’ clubs and expensive champagne bars.
Spoon is a good choice if you want to enjoy a long drink and the view across the Danube. It is a large ship anchored by the Pest quay, with a couple of popular champagne bars and sushi restaurants.
A38 is a floating pleasure palace. As the trendy ship contains several bars and dance floors, there is generally something for everybody. The name derives from the year 1938, when this stone carrier was built.
Alcatraz Music Club & Restaurant has a unique interior that transports you to the American prison island of Alcatraz. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening means live jazz music and the waiters wear striped overalls.
Fat Mo´s Music Club
Fat Mo’s has a speakeasy theme, which in the 1920’s and 1930’s was an establishment that illegally sold alcohol, this period was called Prohibition. During this time, alcoholic beverages were completely banned in the United States, and two of the most infamous prohibition agents were "Fat Mo" Smith and Izadore "Izzy" Einstein.
Palacio de la Salsa
Palacio de la Salsa boasts two of the most famous latin DJ’s in Hungary: DJ Jose and DJ Antonio. They play the best of latin beats, salsa, reggaeton, bachata and timbo, to mention a few.