Such a multi-faceted city could not avoid reflecting its incredibly versatile nature in the vibrant heart of its nightlife. Staples of the underground scene, international hubs for DJs and artists. elegant and stylish venues, chilled environments with strong focus on the musical offer, rock clubs with energetic lives, locations full of soul and RnB: all of this can be found in Milan, with many of the locations offering charming environments and high-quality entertainment.
With its dramatically illuminated walls and chic interior, Byblos is the newest place to be seen for the under thirty crowd. Summer is the perfect time to take advantage of the outdoor stage, as quarters can become a little cramped during the winter on the heaving dance floor. Nevertheless, the music is well-suited for a night out and the atmosphere is so hip that you may not even realize the club is situated on the ground floor of an office building.
The red-carpet entrance through the surrounding garden should remove any doubt that this is one of the more prestigious clubs in Milan. After dinner or aperitivo, the place switches gears from restaurant to nightclub featuring 'cocktail designers,' two dance chambers, lights, smoke machines, and steep prices.
On weekdays this ex-industrial building hosts live concerts, but during the weekend it becomes a three-room dance club with varying genres to suit all tastes. Saturday nights are home to the popular Welcome to the Jungle party, a combination of classic oldies from Italy and abroad, pop-house, reggaeton, and hip-hop.
In 2013, Rocket left its previous small space with free admission and hipsters aplenty in favor of a larger, more industrial venue that some would say has also become more commercial. You now wait longer and pay a price to enter, but the club has not abandoned its dedication to the alternative crowd. Ultra-cool rock, electro, and classic DJs headline in a dark, unpretentious interior, and the spirit of the venue remains gay-friendly, punk, and edgy.
Conveniently located just steps from the metro, The Club always delivers a good time amidst blacks walls, red lights, and iron decoration. Tuesday's Fidelio is not to be missed by house fans, Wednesday night is hip hop, Thursday attracts local and Erasmus students in droves, and Saturday is the grandiose Fashion Night for beauties and yuppies. Ladies often enter free.