For anyone looking for a change of pace from sitting in the Roman piazza, sipping wine and people watching, as fantastic as it is, there is a multitude of destinations to enjoy. If you're interested in going to one of the most popular and largest clubs Rome has to offer then head over to Art Cafè where you're sure to find the most attractive people in the city and the best dance music, located on Viale del Galoppatoio, number 33 just on the outskirts of the Borghese Gardens. A word to the wise though, make sure you're dressed to the nines otherwise you won't get past the door.
If you're not really in the dancing spirit but still want to do something out of the ordinary then always a good choice is SupperClub, Via de 'Nari 14, where you can dine and wine reclined on large white beds like a true Roman. What makes this club stand out from the rest is the mix of music from the DJ, the violinists and the massages the waitresses give.
Not comfortable with being touched by strangers? Then another great destination is the Ice Club, located on Via Madonna dei Monti 17. It's small and intimate and very cold... 28 degrees Fahrenheit to be exact. You enter the reception room where they outfit you with gloves and a metallic cape, then you go through a (lightly) pressurized chamber into the ice room. It's like being transported into a large igloo; the walls are ice, the bar, the tables, the benches and even the cups you drink out of are made from ice. The staff are friendly and they pour stiff drinks to keep you warm, and unlike other ice clubs around the world this one doesn't kick you out after 30 minutes, so feel free to stay as long as your body can handle it.
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