Wednesday 11, February 2015
Sydney offers a variety of cool clubbing options for just about every taste and style. Depending upon age, entertainment value or dress code, the options are virtually limitless. Starting with one of Sydney’s most popular night spots, we are reminded that there is indeed no place like Home.
The club is known as Home. This place totally rocks, and is definitely a pick among all age groups, from teens to middle age. Most clubbers who are in their 20s however seem to gravitate towards Home. This club offers an awesome ambiance, with several balconies that overlook the city. This makes it a good choice for chilling and dining.
Musically, Home has it all. Everything from hard core rock, to pop to techno. There is plenty of disco beat for those who love to get out on the floor and bust a move. A word to the wise however and that involves price. Some of their house specialties, including liquor tends to be a bit on the pricey side, but the entertainment factor cannot be beat.
Not far from Kings Cross station is a nice night spot for music lovers known as Soho. This club boasts the latest in technology in terms of sound and innovations. Greta lighting as well, and upper and lower levels with plenty of dance floor space. Soho is art-inspired and the age crowd tends to be somewhat more mature in taste and style. A solid choice when a splash of sophistication and a night on the town is desired.
Another of Sydney’s two level sophisticated night clubs is called Arq. The music and surround sound is bar-done and the lighting makes this choice eye candy to behold. House and dance is the music of choice. Make note however, this scene leans toward gay men.
For those who prefer a touch of jazz, Sydney’s Basement club should not be overlooked. Located at scenic Macquarie Place, acoustic, blues and soul music is also played live at the Basement. This club has a cabaret-style ambiance and caters to the more mature. The bistro offers some fine dining, and Happy Hour features free drinks as well.