State of the Art Club Opens its doors in Nairobi

State of the Art Club Opens its doors in Nairobi

It's not everyday that you get to see 'overly exclusive' clubs open in Nairobi. In fact the Kenyan party goer will make merry anywhere there's great music, an upbeat atmosphere and a fun crowd. We are fiercely loyal to our joints, whether exclusive or not- and that's a fact that you can take to the bank.

But once in a while, there comes an establishment that dares to disrupt the status quo, that dares to challenge the trend.

We've seen exclusive party joints recently open shop in up market areas, but... is it a niche market that investors can confidently pump their money in? We'll wait for the experts to tell us. BarsKenya is just happy that Nairobi is starting to get the attention it deserves when it comes to all things Nightlife.

Meanwhile, lets talk about the new baby in town- B-Club Nairobi, because it seems to be causing a stir among the Nairobi 'cool cats'.

Opening recently with a series of exclusive parties (have we used that term a lot? *Kanye Shrug*), the B-Club Nairobi is a sight to behold. Located in the up market area of Kilimani, you will first be attracted by the flashy neon lights on the 1st floor of Galana Plaza situated along Galana Road.

Once inside, you will be greeted by swanky interiors, and for the exterior, an open kitchen facing an outside bar area. There is a private lounge area at the balcony for the ones that want to enjoy their parties in style. For the shisha lovers, there are booths with attractive shisha bongs for smoking all types of flavors through the night.

They also have state of the art screens from corner to corner just so you don't miss the action as the DJ spins the hits. And for the bottle service groups, a designated waiter in hand to attend to your every need.

B-Club, is, in every sense, one of the most exclusive bars in Nairobi. Samia Barry, owner of the club, said she wanted to bring a feel of the Dubai nightlife to Kenya.

We could go on and on, but no words could sufficiently describe the place. Plus there lots of fancy stuff we didn't highlight.

Did we mention that you have to book beforehand? Pris, this is not your 'ka-local' bar next to Wanjohi's.

Please make a booking through their Facebook Page and prepare to be wowed. P/S dress to impress!