As the birthplace of trance music, Frankfurt has some of Europe’s biggest and most influential nightclubs. The bars here feature traditional German beer and Apfelwein (apple wine). In short, the Frankfurt nightlife offers unlimited opportunities for a good time. :-)
An Sibin (Wallstraße 9)
This down-to-earth Irish pub is perfect for those looking for a laid-back and casual atmosphere. Live music takes place several nights a week, from blues to traditional Irish singing.
Casablanca Bar (Wiesenhüttenplatz 28)
Your visit here could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Filled with fun memorabilia and Moroccan decor inspired by the classic film, the time goes by quickly and enjoyably at this exotic bar.
Luna Bar (Stiftstraße 6)
A classic, stylish German bar, the Luna House offers live music and an in-house DJ. This joint is well-known for its intimate feel among the red walls and curved bar. But it also means that it gets crowded, so try to claim your seat early!
Apfelwein Klaus (Kaiserhofstraße 18-20)
Don’t miss the chance to have some traditional Apfelwein (apple wine) while in Frankfurt’s bars. The Apfelwein Klaus is laid out in the typical beerhouse manner.
Cocoon Club (Carl-Benz-Straße 21)
The Cocoon Club is a world-famous stop on the Frankfurt nightclub scene. From its pod seating to the honeycomb wall, a visit to this legendary club is unforgettable. There’s even a restaurant that will blend some fine dining with your hip techno dance experience.
Galerie Frankfurt (Düsseldorfer Straße 1-7)
This trendy club has a no-sneakers, no-jeans, no-entrance policy so be sure to dress your best or get turned away at the door. Music styles on the dance floor can be anything from hip-hop to dance or pop.
King Kamehameha Club (Hanauer Landstraße 192)
This King Club is housed in a former brewery. The modern building has a separate bar, dance floor, lounge and restaurant. Whether you’ve come to dance, eat, drink or chill out, the King Kamehameha Club is for you.