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Entertainment & Nightlife in Yemen

Yemen is not known as a nightlife destination and with alcohol being banned, visitors won’t find much to do once the sun goes down. In some of the more luxury hotels in Sana’a, alcohol is served in private. At the Sheraton Sana’a Hotel, The Tent (Berlin Street, Sana’a) offers pumping music paired with Asian cuisine and is open until 1:30 am, while The Horse Shoe Night Club (Berlin Street, Sana’a) at the Mövenpick Hotel continues the party until 3 am. To taste qat, a local leaf with appetite-suppressant effects, and enjoy sheesha, head to Arafat Lakonda (Zubairy Street, Sana’a).

Nightlife outside of Sana’a can be found in Aden and like in the capital, the best night spots here can be found in the five-star hotels. However, the city is more liberal and a few British-influenced bars exist, including the somewhat seedy Sailor’s Club (Al Muhsen Street, Aden).

Juice bars are popular in Yemen, with Taiz offering some of the best of the bunch, including Al-Rayan (At-Tahrir Street, Taiz). These bars serve refreshing, healthy drinks that are superb for cooling off in the hot, humid weather. Coffee is excellent in Yemen and there are many Turkish-style coffee houses dotted all over the country. In Kawkaban and Shibam, sip on four flavours of delicious Kawkabanian coffee at Cafe Espresso (Shibam). In Sana’a, there are a number of cafés near Bab al-Yaman in the Old City. Friends Kafeteria (Habbah Street, Sana’a) is one of the nicer coffeehouse in the capital.





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