Kiki - Queer Bar - Reykjavik
It really is the best gay club in Reykjavík by far. Love the music, the decor and the people!
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Directions to Kiki - Queer Bar
Lock the doors, lower the blinds, fire up the smoke machine and put on your heels, cause I know exactly what we need. Finally we have a proper and fun queer club in the city. In the words of Scissor Sisters (and later the cast of Glee), let's have a kiki!
Club Kiki is a queer club in Reykjavík located on Laugavegur 22. Some might say that it is the queerest corner in Reykjavík, as many of the city's best known gay clubs have been located on that spot throughout the years.
Kiki is gonna serve, and work and turn. It's the perfect gay club that provides you with great music, a fun atmosphere and a happy crowd. When Kiki first opened on the 1st of February it was immediately well received, as it is a much appreciated addition to Reykjavík's gay scene.
A good night at Kiki is refreshing for everyone, you don't have to be gay in order to dance to songs that send shivers of guilty pleasure through your body, to drink fancy cocktails or unleash your inhibitions at a fabulous club, right? Kiki is for everyone who is willing to get into the spirit.
A kiki is a party for calming all your nerves, we're spilling tea and dishing just desserts one may deserve. And though the sun is rising, few may choose to leave, so shade that lid and we'll all bid adieu to your ennui.
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