Another long weekend is here and the last thing you should do is stay indoors, sleep, eat, and sleep some more. So, whether you are a club crawler or you just want a change from staying at home, we’ve got some cool bar suggestions for you to hang out, catch up with friends, and network with awesome people. But you have got to be careful with who
- Quilox, Ozumba Mbadiwe Road, Victoria Island.
Quilox has made a name for itself as the relaxation hub of some of the big names in Lagos. With its lavish design, prime location, and tasteful cocktails, Quilox will tick all the right boxes for you if drinking, meeting new people, and loud music is your thing.
- New Afrika Shrine. Adeleye Street, Ikeja.
New Afrika Shrine is a live music bar, with an energetic atmosphere, varied drinks list, and an assortment of food and finger chops. Founded by music legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti, it is now run by his children, Femi and Seun. New Afrika Shrine is definitely for those in the mood for some political education.
- Captain’s Deck. Admiralty Road, Lekki Phase 1.
Captain’s Deck is Lagos’s first floating bar complete with a diverse drinks list and the best service in the city. It’s the perfect place for sipping cocktails, while admiring spectacular sunsets over Lagos island. It is the perfect place to mingle with Nigeria’s elites and celebrities.
- Stone Bar, Bogobiri. Maitama Sule Street, Ikoyi.
Bogobiri, Lagos’s premier boutique hotel is ideal for visitors keen to experience a the quiet, relaxed side of this Lagos city. The Stone Bar is for those who want to have a drink in a relaxed environment with the opportunity to mingle with creative minded people.
- Lotus at Pattaya. Adeola Hopewell, Victoria Island.
Lotus Bar is the perfect spot for light-hearted happy hour dates. cocktail bar that wouldn’t be out of place in Soho, Lotus is the place to find a perfectly mixed Manhattan and good conversation.