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Hammamet Nightlife – Clubs, Bars & Nightlife Tips

Hammamet Nightlife

Hammamet is a popular destination in Tunisia and is well known for its beaches. It’s a popular location that also has a thriving nightlife full of bars and clubs.

Brau Haus

Brau Haus Le Berbere is a brewpub in the center of the city. It’s right next to the medina and very easy to find. This location serves a variety of beers and is popular among locals. There is also another Brau Yaus in the Yasmine area of Hammamet. Once again, this place serves a wide variety of beers, but they’re also known for their delicious pizza.

Food and Drink

Shakespeare bar and restaurant offers great value and delicious food. During the day, it offers English breakfast. It also serves various snacks well into the evening, when patrons can buy from an a la carte menu. Drinks are served all day and into the early hours. For anyone looking for some fun, they offer regular entertainment with drag shows and belly dancing. There are also TVs for the sports fanatics

Sidi Bou Hadid is the most famous cafe in Hammamet and a place most tourists visit eventually. It is located in the old town and sits along the coast, providing a fine view of the Bay of Hammamet. It is a very popular place. In addition to cold drinks, the views and fresh sea breeze attract people from throughout the city. Because of its popularity, the cafe is typically filled throughout the day and into the evenings.

Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about nightlife in Hammamet.       

By Patricia Magaña

Always on the lookout for value-oriented travel, Senior Editor Patricia Magaña has trekked throughout the States, Latin America, and Europe. Follow her on Instagram @PatiTravels.

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