Clubs and Bars I Want to Check Out in Bali


1. Huu Bar
Located on the coastline of Kuta
Contemporary feel with a fusion of international clientele, and sophisticated crowd.

http://www.huubali.com

2. Obsession World Music Bar

Located in Seminyak. Popular among locals, and long term staying tourists.  Good wine list.  Mexican, Pizza, and mixed cuisine.

3. Maccaroni Restaurant and Lounge

Located in Kuta.

Chic and stylish.  Urban Environment. Live Music. Fire Dancers.  Reasonably priced Italian food.  Overwhelming crowd.

http://www.maccaroniclub.com

4. Sky Garden

The Sky Garden is known to be a very popular spot and interesting place to visit. They have three stories that each introduces different lounge areas. On the first floor one will find a full service food arena with a bakery and includes breakfast, lunch and dinner any time of the day. On the second floor is a peaceful internet lounge that you can relax and have a drink, or work. The third floor is specifically for late evening dining and offers up a delightful assortment of foods. The top floor is a popular night dancing location that has electric laser shows and loud music to enjoy as you dance the night away.

5. A Bar

One of Bali’s most popular bars. 30’s crowd.

6. Kakul Bar and Café
An open-air café that features jazz onSunday evenings and live music on Wednesday and Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.Offer a nice, light menu and views over the bay.
Jl Four Season’s, Jimbaran Bay.

7. Aina Bar

Located in Kuta

8. Club Cabuh
An elegant night out. Jazz, Caribbean & Top 40 Band Thursday to Saturday. Fashion show Sunday & Latino Night on Monday. Karaoke Night on Tuesday & Ladies Night on Wednesday. Located at Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa, Nusa Dua.

9. Oolooloos Fun Pub
With 3 private karaoke rooms, a resident band, an outdoor terrace or an indoor air-conditioned Mediterranean atmosphere, you will be enticed to party the night away!. Located at Nikko Bali Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua.

the Beat Coffee House & Records


I was walking around downtown Las Vegas after the book festival and wandered into the cafe where my friend Fabian works at, the Beat.  The special at the front displayed “pumpkin pie late.”  Although I am not a coffee drinker, it sounded wonderful and I had to try one.  It was delicious, and apparently they use fresh pumpkin, because I wasn’t expecting the pulp at the bottom of the cup.

At first I wasn’t hungry, but when I saw the appetizing homemade sandwiches come out, I had to try one.  I had a roast beef sandwich with jalapenos.  I don’t remember all the extras that was on it but it was wonderful!  The atmosphere is vintage, with 30’s records playing.  Pop art , posters and records are for sale at one end of the cafe.  And in a separate room, a display of burlesque art.

The girl working behind the bar is a sweetheart as well with a cheery personality.  We decided that she looks like Jill Scott. ;D Chepe, (I’m not sure if that’s how you spell it) one of the owners, brought us out some orzo with our sandwich.   We enjoyed their company sitting at the bar.

Check out their healthy small bites and late’s and coffee

thebeatlv.com

520 Fremont Street inside Emergency Arts Building
6th and Fremont Street Las Vegas Nevada 89101
702.686.3164
Monday-Friday 7a-Midnight
Saturday 9a-Midnight
Sunday 9a-3p

xoxo

Kristie Manning