Nairobi's CBD party life gets a new lifeline and it's all courtesy of this "Bad Boy"

“Me? Town? I wouldn’t be caught dead. First of all the crowd is so boring and so ratchet I can’t deal. And then the music, pfftttt, pathetic!” That’s the response I got when I told this hot lass I wanted to take her out for a drink; in the CBD.


Those are the same sentiments I used to hold a couple of weeks back until I stumbled upon this bad boy called Fahrenheit. Located along Kimathi Street, just across Nation Centre and right above Planet Yoghurt, he has revolutionized partying in the CBD.

It was a matter of coincidence that I ended up there anyway. A potential client had scheduled a meeting there and I couldn't help but get mesmerized by the smoothness the place was oozing.

First of all it’s laid back and you can get the feeling immediately you walk in, it gives you a certain warmth and assures you that’s its going to be lit. Then when you ease on to their leather stools, you can definitely feel the ambiance which boasts of perfectly laid out decor and machinery.

Then comes that moment when you interact with the crowd which is definitely mature and sophisticated and that’s when you really get convinced you are in the right place. And the girls, ooh my, they are addicted to him….it was a Tuesday and they were looking so fresh and so clean.

And that’s not even the main deal, the service and the theme nights are what’s bringing in all the glamour. Dohty Family was the main attraction then and you and I both know they are the kings of reggae.

They also have slow wind Mondays to wind down your Monday Blues, Salsa on Wednesday, and seductive Thursdays with Glam dancers before starting off the weekend with Chichi the Deejay on Friday. They wind down the weekend with Groove time on Saturdays.

Now can a club get any hotter? And they haven’t even launched yet.


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