Pryzm is a new modern, exclusive and stylish night club concept. A modern day coliseum consisting of different club arenas, a luxurious VIP suite and the ultimate chic and sexy bar experience, containing bespoke designer furnishings with a modern twist.
Glam is one of the few remaining decent sized nightclubs in Cardiff. It has become increasingly popular in recent years thanks to both students and its trendy reputation. Boutique is the re-opened ground floor bar which use to be Fat Cats.
Varsity is UK brand of bars that are open and welcoming. They're also urban and modern, yet comfortable and relaxing. It's a place where students come first and where you can grab a bite to eat instead of cooking, pop in for a pint, meet up with friends, or simply party until the early hours.
Located in a narrow alley way across the road from Cardiff Castle lies Clwb Ifor Bach, or ‘The Welsh Club’ to English speakers. Opened in 1983, and originally a members only club, it is at the centre of Cardiff's live music, alternative and specialist dance music scenes.
La Bodega is Cardiff's authentic Spanish tapas bar featuring popular Spanish beers and wines. Located just minutes down from the Castle, there's also several tables outside for afternoons in the sun.
Sister to the Revolution vodka bars, Revolucion De Cuba focuses its attention firmly on rum. With a collection of premium rums from all over the world, classic cocktails with a Havana twist and a food menu inspired by Latin America.
Wetherspoon is a large UK chain of pubs and bars which offer reasonably priced food and drinks in often unique buildings with historical interest.
Browns is a UK brand of brasserie style bars. Usually in elegant, historic buildings, they're designed to be relaxing and traditional. On the menu you'll find the Browns steak, mushroom and guinness pie as well as salads, pastas, burgers and seasonal fayre.
Mocka is a popular independent bar on Cardiff's Mill Lane. Attracting a more up-market clientelle, it is split over three levels with a good sized seating area outside.
Maddison and DC are a new bar and nightclub for Cardiff. Maddison is a modern dining concept with unparalleled food, electric yet relaxed ambience and friendly professional service.
Where better to unwind than a top-class country restaurant? Head out to some idyllic locations and relax in these beautiful buildings, many including their original rustic features and log burning fires.
Missoula is a UK brand of glitzy bars, mixing style with the latest DJs and music, plus popular cocktails.
Henry's Café Bars have built an enviable reputation in the UK for style, atmosphere and charisma but most importantly, for keeping customers happy and coming back for more.
La Tasca is a mid-market, national chain restaurant serving Spanish Tapas which translates to 'small tastes'. All meals are prepared fresh to order. Popular dishes range from paella to pork cheeks, and of course a wide selection of Tapas to share. The restaurants are relaxed and friendly.
Brains is an independent Cardiff based brewery that has been operating since 1882. As well as making the beer, there are over 270 Brains pubs across Wales and further afield. The range of draught beers includes traditional cask ales, smooth beers and a range of seasonal ales.
Revolution is a UK chain of late night bars, some of which have a separate club room. Open from midday, it's really in the evening that the bars get going. Known for its wide range of vodkas, it's usually called 'Vodka Revs'. Popular with the student market during the week, and a young crowd at the weekend.
The Live Lounge is Cardiff’s busiest live music bar with bands playing seven days a week during the day and night. It is also known for being open late every night, currently until 4am.
10 Feet Tall is a small independent, multi-floor bar with basement club room called Undertone and regular live music on the first floor level. Open during the day for food, nights can get particularly lively.
Minsky’s Showbar is Cardiff's long running cabaret venue. Open lunchtimes during the week, it is Friday and Saturday nights that the bar really comes alive. Popular with hen nights, birthday parties or just a night out with friends.
Lloyds No 1 is a part of the Wetherspoon chain of bars but they stay open later in the night and usually have a DJ with small dance floor too. As such they tend to have a more clubby feel, rather than a traditional pub.