A different recommended restaurant with traditional Old Bratislava fare is Modra Hviezda The Azure Star located in Beblaveho street, a narrow street on the way en route for the castle, serving meals in the Slovak, Austrian and Hungarian traditions after that great Slovak wines complemented with a little bit of history written against the menu. Keep in mind the Slovak saying when picking that Not all that glitters is gold. Although if you're a serious devotee of dance music, the old adage of 'seek and ye shall find' is worth bearing in mind. These watering holes have much in common along with the open-airHeurigen beyond the city axis, more of which later. But around are other are parties too. A lot of of the city's best bars are concentrated in the Innere Stadt. A popular spot outside of the axis but well worth a taxi ride:
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Subclub , a former nuclear fall-out accommodation on the river side of the castle hill just behind the Additional Bridge is a unique experience, above all for techno fans. Aligator on Laurinska is mainly rock orientated and commonly features live bands. A gay sauna is located nearby at Zivnostenska 4. KC Dunaj , occupying a baffle in the Communist-built Dunaj department accumulate building opens to great local activity in enter from Nedbalova. A appetizing night at Flex. Low-key and affable Next Apache serving gourmet coffee after that selling second-hand English and Slovak books is located on Panenska. The comparatively small downtown gay club has been around for many years.