A seafood restaurant. Excellent location, walking distance from Camp Lemonier and not far from airport and BA188. Nice outdoor and indoor settings. On the menu are live crabs, lobsters, fresh fish, clams and other food from the Red Sea. The fish is cooked in a traditional Yemenite clay oven on acacia wood. Website http://www.lamerrougedj.com. Email at lamerrougedj.com. 'phone +253 21340005.
is a fusion cuisine restaurant located a few hundred metres from the port. On the menu are camel meat, sushi, sashimi, fish, lobster, crab, and best steaks in Djibouti as well as beers and mojitos. Nice atmosphere with outdoor and indoor setting.
Inside the Menelik Hotel, security is good here. Drinks are 1,000 Djiboutian francs/beer & 1,500 Djiboutian francs/mixed drink. The music ranges widely, but often times consists of '90's to current hip-hop & R&B.
Nice place with a dancefloor in the front alongside a bar. In the back are some couches for sitting and smoking Sheesha smoking (1,000 francs to participate).
An underground club. 1,000 Franc for beer, 1,500 Franc for mixed drinks and 1,000 Francs for sheesha (hookah).
Decent DJ, small dance floor. 1,000 Djiboutian francs/beer and 1,500 Djiboutian francs for mixed drinks.
1,000 Franc for a beer, pool for 500 Francs and a dancefloor. Sheesha in Djibouti for 1,000 francs
The casino in the Sheraton Hotel has 40 poker machines, black jack, poker and roulette tables.
Underground club, low key. Good security at the door. 1,000 Djiboutian francs per beer.
The city was founded in 1888 and was designated the capital of French Somaliland three years later. The city has some beaches along its eastern shore.