This newly refurbished and chic bar has ushered in a new era of sophisticated socialising, and a return to the glamour of the hotel lounge bar. It reflects the contemporary style and sense of luxury that permeates the Mövenpick hotel itself. The resident mixologists can knock up a mean cocktail and there’s a good range of snacks and light meals.
Located in the iconic Villaggio Towers, the three colourful buildings that can't be missed is the trendy-yet-casual bistro-meets-sports-bar AM&PM. The menu has something for everyone. AM&PM is a down-to-earth venue for a relaxed time out with friends or before a party. A good place to start the day, weekend or evening.
Champs has long been one of Accra’s best sports bars – airing aall major sporting events on their large TVs. Bar menu includes typical sports bar fare, such as burgers and chicken wings. The only place to head to when you want to watch the 'big game'.
Firefly is a confident nightspot – the industrial chic of its whitewashed brickwork, dim lighting and edgy beats attracts a preened international clientele. A backlit bar glows with premium blends, with cocktail aficionados, spirit lovers and wine drinkers alike pull up stools to confer with chatty staff who sport braces and the odd jauntily angled hat.
Situated in Nyaniba estates, Plot 7, this converted warehouse space provides more variety to the Accra clubbing scene. With trendy inustrial decor, Plot 7 provides a welcome alternative to other clubs. Providng a range of music from Pop, Dance, House, Afrobeats and more.
Carbon heralds the arrival of London-style nightlife in Accra. The club has been conceived by after-hours visionary Nick House (the man behind Mahiki, Whisky Mist, and The Punch Bowl) in collaboration with Blacksheep, the interior design team responsible for Whisky Mist and Cuckoo Club. DJs from around the world visit, as well as fire performers and other artists.