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Where to Party in Riga

Apart from Frank's Riga Hostel bar, here are some other great places to party whilst in Riga:

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. 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. And of course, for those who like betting and watching their sports, there are plenty of TV screens with good sight lines, so you never miss those all important games.

Funny Fox Bar

If you’re in the mood for some affordable food and drink and laid back atmosphere in Old Riga then the Funny Fox might just be a good option for you. Pub menu including burgers, club sandwiches and buffalo wings. A huge black-board with never-ending drink list from coffee to big cocktails runs the lenght of the long bar and and you can sit at number of tables or chat with a bartender from a comfort of a stool. It’s also a good place to wach sports on a number of flat screen TVs.

Funny Fox is defenately  one of the best karaoke bars in Riga which provide Karaoke nights 7 days in a week (every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday) from 11pm till the morning. This is friendly, easy and great party place in the heart of the Old Town.    

the Folk Club ALA Basement

„Folkklubs Ala Pagrabs” (the Folk Club ALA Basement) – A traditional Latvian tavern in the heart of the old town! The first andonly traditional musical bar in Latvia! Here, everybody can enjoy traditional Latvian food, listen to traditional music, dance traditional dances and relax in true Latvian style. Their aim is to popularise the traditional Latvian culture, food and lifestyle and make it appealing in the 21st century. The owners are musicians and a chef from both Latvia and Australia, guaranteeing a good sense of humor and an interesting look at culture.

 Paddy Whelan's

Paddy Whelan's, the first Irish pub in Riga, offers a total of 15 different kinds of both local and imported beers and ciders. They have an extensive menu with not only traditional Irish dishes, their Indian chefs are proud to offer Indian home-style cooking at affordable prices as well. Here you can sit back and relax in this kicked-back atmosphere and watch live sporting events on either a large screen or any of the numerous flat screen TVs on both floors. There is also a small smoking area on the second floor. When legendary Irish singer Shane MacGowan from the Pogues was in Riga, this is where he came for a Guinness and a whiskey. Paddy's has hosted plenty of musicians and bands throughout the years. If you happen to be a travelling musician then talk to the management and don't be afraid to show off your skills in our pub. In this pub you can also get connected to the world wide web through their WIFI router. Just tell any member of our staff if you need to buy an internet access card. They have extended their entertainment to include Karaoke on Fridays and Saturdays from 22:00 p.m. and on Thursdays the Latvia Darts Organization is organizing open competitions for all who believe they can hit bullseye. The dart boards are a permanent fixture of the pub so you and your friends can play pretty much whenever you feel like it. You can also try your luck at table football or foosball as it is also known. This is the place to be with the friendliest staff you'll ever see.