Since long ago Vērmanes Garden has been one of Rigans’ most favourite places to meet friends and have a rest. Even now, nothing has changed as every week Coyote Fly nightclub gathers more than 4500 holidaymakers, the best DJs and VJs in Latvia and world-famous artists. And it’s no wonder…Read more: Coyote Fly
In 1995 Paddy Whelan's opened its doors for the first time and Riga had its first Irish pub. Fittingly, the founders of the pub were both expats, Australian-Latvian, Valdis Berzins, and his Australian wife of Irish roots, Julie Berzins. The name of the pub was taken from Mrs Berzins' great grandfather, and the now famous Mr Whelan's portrait used to adorn a wall in the center of the pub.Read more: Paddy Whelan's
Fantasy Park is a chain of family oriented entertainment centers with bowling at the core of its offering and purpose and other state-of-the-art multi-leisure environment, which comprises pool tables, a video arcade, play grounds and exclusive bars coming together with modern dancing facilities.Read more: Fantasy Park
Kaļķu Vārti is without a doubt one of Riga's most famous entertainment venues. There is a reason for the long lines and big crowds gathering in front of the club entrance every weekend.
The interior of the nightclub will pleasantly surprise you with its mix of Riga's historical and modern design trends. The club offers first-class light and sound system quality and a top mix of disco, r'n'b, house and mainstream music.Read more: Club Kalku Varti
Located under the shadow of St.Peter's Church in Riga old town and New Zealand managed, this bar is the place to meet both locals and those new to town and is close to many Riga hostels and hotels. It's bright and vibrant and the layout of the bar gets everyone interacting with each other, sharing gossip and the news of the day. The friendly banter is helped along by the staff, who are always willing to give their opinion and advice in true Kiwi fashion.Read more: Kiwi