By « Qui joue où et quand ? » (Bordeaux) (‘Who plays where and when?’ — Bordeaux)
‘Qui joue où et quand?’ is a group where local bands can announce their upcoming gigs. This community of experts of the Bordeaux nightlife listed five bars you should definitely go to if you want to party!
Le Café Brun is the perfect spot if you’re in the mood for having a good time in a friendly and festive atmosphere, sipping a beer, a glass of whisky, or other spirits. Keen on music and jazz, the clientele gives the place a friendly atmosphere, enhanced by the furniture gleaned at antique markets. The bar features a concert every Sunday at 7 pm.
In the heart of the quartier de la Victoire, this bar is admittedly one of the trendiest places in Bordeaux! In addition to the very reasonable price of beverages, this eclectic venue is home to renowned or amateur musicians and DJs, but also to film projections, music quizzes and board game nights.
A real institution in Bordeaux, Trou Duck exists since 2005 and is the oldest gay bar in the city and the only one open during the day. Deco kitsch to wish with an atmosphere of 70′ s-80′ s, and a nice team… The Trou Duck team also offers board games so you can spend good times with your friends on the terrace, with a beer at 2,50€.
A small piece of Italy in Bordeaux, this authentic neighbourhood bar in the spirit of Amélie Poulain will be a break from your usual routine. Italian songs, good coffee-based drinks, prosecco and birra Moretti – this welcoming place is known for the warmth and cheerfulness of its staff and patrons!
This pub, whose identity is built on its unique musical atmosphere, was named after the original Apollo Theater from Harlem. The genres played here range from soul music to funk through to Rhythm n’ Blues, and sometimes Congolese rumba. Top-notch bands give a live performance once a month, and a giant screen allows you to watch sport live with your friends.