Le Metropolitan (Av. Blaise Diagne, Dakar): This mall is not as large as “Sea Plaza”, but it still has several local and international clothing and other retailers such as Geox, Benetton, Chicco, Scotch & Soda and others.
Le Viking Bar (21 Av. George Pompidou, Dakar): es un bar con un público internacional. Live bands are here on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturday nights.
Le Mandingo (Pullman Dakar Teranga Hotel, 10 Rue Colbert, Place de L ‘independent, Dakar): This nightclub is located within the exclusive Teranga business hotel formerly part of the Sofitel hotel chain.
Le Mex (91 Rue Moussé Diop and G. Pompidou, Center Ville, Dakar): This Mexican-themed restaurant is best known as a lively place to spend the night. He has followers with the French army based in the country.
Kilimanjaro (Soumbédioune, Dakar): This is a local nightclub that plays various types of African sounds, with Mbalax as a popular dance here. Several live performances are performed here, including singers like Thione Seck.
Kadjinol Station (Av. Albert Sarrault X Salva, Dakar) – this is a lounge which has separate spaces, including a small disco, a private movie house, and a patio where live musical performances are held.
Only 4 U (Av. Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar), here, legends like Omar Pene and Orchester Baobab play a variety of sounds, from high-life music (West Africa) to Salsa with Cuban influence. The outdoor environment is very popular with tables and chairs under canvas awnings.
Côte Ouest Food & Bar (Terrou-Bi Hotel, Corniche West, Dakar): This hotel bar and restaurant, just 5 minutes from the city center and 10 minutes from the airport has an excellent location by the sea, which is a Great attraction for customers who come here after work or overnight.
Alizé Club (Av. Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar): este es otro lugar nocturno donde el baile local Mbalax es prominente. This club attracts a mostly young crowd of 20 years old. Foreign visitors can expose themselves to local culture by coming here.
Alexandra (Rue Wagane Diouf, Dakar) – this is a nightspot where the local dance music known as Mbalax can be heard. That music is a fusion of popular jazz, soul, and rock, mixed with some Latin and blended with sabar (the traditional drumming and dance music of Senegal).