Nightlife in Reykjavik

Our recommendations for the Reykjavik Nightlife.

Austur

One of the hottest clubs in downtown Reykjavik, and has been since it first opened in 2009. Austur is located in Austurstraeti, one of the main bar- and shopping streets downtown, and even though the surrounding area is filled with clubs and bars, Austur seems to be the center of attention.

Austurstræti 7, Reykjavik
568-1907 | On Facebook

American Bar

American Bar is named appropriately since it’s an American Bar in Reykjavík, of the kind you’re probably familiar with from other countries: there are dudes, chicks and random university students partying to the latest MTV tunes. They specialize in American culture and entertainment.

Austurstræti 8, Reykjavik
571 9999 | On Facebook

B5

B5 bar/bistro has become a very popular establishment with the locals of the capital. With its very contemporary and stylish interior, b5 is laid back during the day, while as night falls, the lights dim and the atmosphere changes accordingly.

Bankastræti 5, Reykjavik
552-9600 | www.b5.is

The Celtic Cross

An Irish pub with multiple beers on tap. With a big screen TV to watch the game, while enjoying a nice cold pint of beer, the Celtic Cross features friendly staff and a nice atmosphere that makes you feel just at home.

Hverfisgata 26, Reykjavik
511-3240 | On Facebook

Den Danske Kro

There is live music playing every night at Den Danske Kro and sometimes there are live football games, pub quizzes, beer bingo, darts and happy hours. Den Danske Kro is a casual place in the heart of Reykjavik where everyone is welcome.

Ingólfsstræti 3, Reykjavik
552-0070 | www.danski.is

The English Pub

In the mood for a pint? English Pub offers over 35 brands of beer and Whiskey. Whatever your preference – you will find it here. This is also a great place if you would like to catch some football (soccer). Inside they have 3 big screens and 2 TV’s so that you can catch all the action as it happens.

Austurstræti 12, Reykjavik
578-0400 | On Facebook

Kaffibarinn

Best known as Damon Albarn’s hangout place back in the days, this most famous bar in Iceland is a popular destination for the artsy and univer sity crowd. During the week it‘s more of a café, but on the weekend the volume rises and KB becomes one of the hottest bars in Reykjavik.

Bergstaðastræti 1, Reykjavik
551-1588 | www.kaffibarinn.is

Kaldi Bar

One of the coolest bars in Reykjavik these days is Kaldi Bar. In close cooperation with north-Icelandic micro-brewery of the same name, Kaldi offers you a selection of craft-brewed beers on tap. Great happy hour and great fun, Kaldi is a place not-to-be-missed!

Laugavegur 20b, Reykjavik
581-2200 | On Facebook

Micro Bar

Beer enthusiasts look no further! In a small hole-in-the-wall kind of place, just off Ingólfstorg square, you will find Micro Bar. Carrying an impressive 140 different kinds of beers from all over the world, this is definitely the go-to place for beer fans.

Austurstræti 6, Reykjavik
847-9084 | On Facebook

lebowsk

The Big Lebowski by the Coen brothers is not only a film, it has now become a lifestyle. With the emergence of the Lebowski Bar in Reykjavik, everyone can now be a part of The Dude’s peculiar world.

Laugavegur 20a, Reykjavík
552-2300www.lebowski.is

bar-ananas

Ten seconds from Laugavegur, you´ll find Iceland’s one and only Beach-Bar/Tiki Bar in downtown Reykjavík. There, most things are made in the shape of a pineapple. Pillows, glasses, chandeliers, candlesticks and more. At weekends city´s best DJs will make guests feel sunny while they enjoy the strangest cocktails in town. Go for the Flamingophant cocktail!

Klapparstígur 38, Reykjavik

hurra

Húrra Bar

Dark and raw, this large bar/club opens up its back room to make a concert venue, with live music or DJs most nights. They’ve got six Icelandic microbreweries on tap and happy hour runs till 21:00. One of the coolest and hipster friendly places in town and your best bet of catching the next big thing from Iceland.

Naustin, Reykjavik
www.hurra.is