Nightlife and Entertainment in MestreEdit This
The Mestre nightlife scene is very popular in the region. A serious indication of that is the fact that tourists, who come to see the beautiful city of Venice, prefer to spend their nights partying in Mestre clubs. There are many nice party locations in town and here are some of them.
A small Asian-themed lounge bar, Zen Café is open from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. It offers the best coffee and tea blends in Mestre, a fine selection of wines and high-quality cocktails. Keep in mind that smoking is forbidden here. There are no snacks listed on the menu either, although you can still get a plate of fruits and some delicious chocolate.
Macao Bar is a well-designed lounge bar and an excellent spot to have some snacks and a drink or two with your friends, before going to a nightclub. It is open from 8 a.m. to 2 a.m., which also makes it a perfect place for relaxing after a whole night of partying. Macao has a really warm interior and is in general a very pleasant small bar that worth visiting.
Vittoria Nike Bar
Open from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m., Vittoria Nike is a bar with many faces – a place, where you can enjoy tasty breakfast in the morning or delicious lunch in the afternoon. The bar serves the finest cocktails in the evening. Here, you can attend a wide variety of events as well, from watching the best football matches to having a karaoke party. DJ warm-up parties are usually held every Friday and Saturday, too.
TAG Club is an important symbol of the underground scene in Mestre. It hosts a wide variety of musical events. Different local bands usually perform in the earlier evening hours while at night the club becomes a real DJ arena, with house music playing until the early morning. The admission fee is around €10. Be prepared for a long night when coming here, as the party in the club is guaranteed.
The club specializes in hard techno music and hosts parties by both local and popular international DJs. Area Club is opened only when there are certain events, usually every Friday and Saturday, with an opening time roughly from 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. Admission fees are between €15 and €30.