Cardiff Nightclubs Guide – Cardiff’s top 10 banging nightclubs

Cardiff Nightclubs
Cardiff Nightclubs

Cardiff nightclub guide

Nightlife in Cardiff has always been one of the city’s best features and with a whole host of new venues, there are plenty of Cardiff nightclubs to choose from for a stag or hen weekend.

Cardiff also has a brilliant sense of being big on atmosphere but tight-knit in scale, so you don’t really need to go very far to find somewhere you like. To give you a starting point, here’s our pick of the best nightclubs in Cardiff for either a stag do or hen party.

You can also find out more about our Cardiff stag weekend and Cardiff hen weekend packages to add in some fun activities to all of the excitement.

Top 10 stag & hen nightclubs in Cardiff:

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Retro

This is a very popular choice for both stag and hen weekends in Cardiff and while it isn’t huge, it’s got more than enough room for most groups.

It dubs itself “the home of the 90s”, so you can expect the dance floor to be dedicated to all of the old school hits ranging from Britpop to the Spice Girls. The nostalgia-fuelled venue has a decent bar and packs in a lot of fun. You can find it on Mill Lane, towards the back end of town, across the way from The Marriott Hotel.

Prysm

Taking things up a notch in terms of size and scale, there’s Prysm on Greyfriars Rd, opposite the New Theatre.

It’s a massive Cardiff nightclub complex that includes 7 themed rooms, so you can hop between Tahiti and New York throughout the night. It’s also got two CO2 jets to cool off under and more dance floor options than you’ll know what to do with.

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Revolution

One of the largest of the Cardiff nightclubs is Revolution, which is located opposite the castle. Stylish and plush, there’s a lot of space to move around in with ample bars and dance floors.

It doesn’t go in for the themed approach so much, but it still manages to make a big impact on a night. It’s very proud of its handcrafted cocktails and range of party music, but its popularity can result in a queue on big nights, so it might be worth calling in advance to find out about its queue jump packages.

Popworld

Popworld is yet another popular venue for stag and hen weekends with its dedication to pop music and style.

It’s focused on delivering fun nights with little in the way of fuss, and with a different theme every night of the week, it’s big on variety. You can find it halfway down St Mary’s St in the middle of town.

Walkabout

Walkabout ticks a lot of boxes for stags and hens with its laid-back Aussie charm and vast space, and probably one of the more popular Stag & Hen friendly of all Cardiff nightclubs. It has 2-4-1 cocktails until 7pm on a Friday night and a Bondi Beats night on Saturdays.

There’s a large dance floor downstairs and a whole lot of bar space to refuel at. It’s located at the bottom of St Mary’s St, just around the corner from the Central Station.

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Soda

This is more of an intimate club, so works well for smaller stag and hen parties. You can arrange to be put on the guest list and book a table for your party to give the stag or hen the VIP treatment.

It’s got a nice selection of drinks with a lot of fizz and cocktails to choose from, as well as a fair few lagers and beers. It’s situated on Mill Lane just down from Retros

Minskys

This is one of Cardiff’s most unique party experiences with its showbar setup. It specialises in hen parties and stag dos, putting on drag queen and cabaret acts to entertain the audience.

There’s even a Girls Night Out night dedicated to hen dos. It’s tucked away behind St David’s shopping centre, so it can take a little hunting down. Head down Hill Street and you’ll find it opposite Debenhams.

Revolucion de Cuba

If you’re looking for something with a lot of Latin spirit and brilliantly outlandish cocktails then Cardiff’s Revolucion de Cuba is well worth putting on the list.

It may not appear to be all that well set up for parties during the day, but in the night it opens out into a Samba club with live Latin music and maracas for everyone. It’s a good-sized venue with a lot of space and quick bar service, and it’s located on The Friary, just opposite The Hilton Hotel, one of the more cosmopolitan of Cardiff nightclubs.

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Tiger Tiger

Like Prysm, this is more of a nightclub complex with a number of themed bars and a lot of disco space. It’s got its own Karaoke room, so you can throw in some of your own entertainment into the mix too.

There are plenty of bars, good seating space and the Tiki bar is well worth checking out. It’s close to Revolucion de Cuba, just around the corner on Greyfriars Rd.

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Glam

Finally, there’s Glam, which is a lot less Ziggy Stardust and the Spider From Mars than it sounds. It’s split into two levels with a rooftop area to boot, defiantly one of our favourite of the Cardiff nightclubs on offer.

There are weekly house and dance nights and guest DJs are added to the bill on a regular basis. It’s also on Greyfriars Rd, next door to Prysm.

Some more reading

So that wraps up our top 10 nightclubs, for some more reading and listings of up and coming events, Skiddle is a great website that features up to date club listings and events in the city.

 

Best Cardiff breakfasts guide

Cardiff Breakfast
Cardiff Breakfast

Cardiff breakfast guide

When it comes to a hen do or stag weekend, the most important meal is definitely the breakfast, and a good old hearty Cardiff breakfast is luckily easy to find, there are a lot of options to choose from.

Whether you’re looking for the perfect greasy spoon café, a comfortable place to recuperate or something a bit fancy, our list of the six best Cardiff breakfasts for a stag or hen do has got you covered, so you can focus on the carnage of the night.

Top six breakfasts for a stag or hen weekend in Cardiff

Ramon’s Café

A Cardiff stag weekend wouldn’t be complete without at least one greasy spoon Cardiff breakfast and it doesn’t get much better than Ramon’s Café.

It’s based in Cathays, which is a short walk from the centre and it does one colossal Mega Breakfast, which makes for a hefty recovery meal. It’s not a huge café, so space might be an issue for larger parties, but if you can make it over and get enough seats, the portions are epic.

Obviously, a big meal isn’t always a great meal, but in this case it most definitely is. The little round fried chips are a work of genius and they sit very well alongside the big-hitting sausage, eggs, hash browns, bacon, beans, tomatoes, toast, black pudding and mushrooms. Throw in some builders’ tea and good cheer and you’ve got Ramon’s.

Cardiff Breakfast

The Grazing Shed

If you’re looking for a faster Cardiff breakfast, because you’ve got an activity planned, then The Grazing Shed is an excellent alternative.

It’s mostly known for the quality of its burgers, but it has also taken the same dedication to great ingredients to deliver its breakfasts.

You can get a full English in a roll or served in a waffle, so it’s pretty heavyweight. It’s got a number of waffle options to choose from, if you’re looking for something to soak up the previous night’s efforts.

However, there are slightly healthier yoghurt and fruit compote options if you want something a little less meaty.

Cardiff Breakfast

Bill’s

At the other end of the spectrum is Bill’s, located right in the middle of the city, opposite the St David’s shopping centre on The Hayes. It’s not great for large parties, unless you’re happy to be spread over a number of tables, but it does have a delicious breakfast menu.

A Cardiff hen weekend is well setup with a breakfast at Bill’s, with its relaxing atmosphere, friendly staff and good variety of food. It does a fancy traditional breakfast with Cumberland sausage and pesto roasted plum tomatoes.

You can also opt for a veggie alternative, coconut porridge, buttermilk pancakes, avocado on toast or a variety of egg options, so it covers a lot of different tastes.

Chapter Arts Centre

If you’ve got a big party and you want everyone to be on the same table then a short trip out to Chapter Arts Centre is a good option. It’s based in Canton, so not too far outside the city centre, and has large benches that can accommodate pretty much any size group.

The full breakfasts are pretty tasty, but a bit more wholesome than their greasy spoon alternatives.

There are also plenty of continental pastries to go for, along with porridge, American-style pancakes, eggs how you like them, toast and jam and bacon sarnies.

Cardiff Breakfast

The Cosy Club

The name says it all. This is where you go if you want a Cardiff breakfast that feels like you’ve got a little bit of your living room with you for the ride.

It’s got a fair few sofas, as well as the main restaurant tables to choose from, so if you just want to wallow in comfort while stocking up on nutrients then this is a good shout. It’s also got some pretty big tables for larger groups.

The menu is brunch-style, but it has both a traditional and veggie breakfast as standard. It also serves avocado and egg on toast if you’re looking for a health-kick refuel, along with granola, triple-stacked buttermilk pancakes and a classic sausage sandwich.

Cardiff Breakfast

Coffee Barker

Okay, so it may sound like a trendy coffee shop, and to some extent it sort of is, but it also does a mean brekkie. It’s located in the Castle Arcade, and it’s pretty big inside with a lot of comfy seats to wallow in.

Food ranges from breakfast sandwiches to banana and honey porridge. They also do some fancier options including eggs benedict, or can always go for one of the seriously mental doughnut and Oreo milkshakes for a major injection of sugar.

 

Best group restaurants in Cardiff perfect for group dining

Group Restaurants Cardiff
Group Restaurants Cardiff

Best group restaurants in Cardiff

Cardiff is a bustling city, with a large number of restaurants and foodie pubs to choose from, but if you’re planning a group meal then you might need a few pointers in the right direction.

Whether you’re planning a stag, hen or birthday party, or you’re just looking for a group get-together before taking on one of the many Cardiff activities, our top ten best restaurants for groups in Cardiff should come in handy.

Top 10 restaurants for Groups in Cardiff:

Group Restaurants Cardiff

Steak of the Art

If you’re looking for more of a colourful setting for your steak-laden meal then Steak of the Art is another good option for a group meal in Cardiff.  It’s located on the corner of Churchill Way, so fairly central, and it has a slightly wider steak selection than Miller & Carter with Chateaubriand for two, Fillet and Rump adding to M&C’s list of Sirloin, Ribeye and T-Bone.

Zero Degrees

Tucked down Westgate Street and opposite the Principality Stadium, this large, central Cardiff pizza and pasta restaurant also manages to pull its very own pints. It’s got an on-site brewery, which you can see in the huge vats that decorate the venue as you eat. There are some excellent pizza choices to go for too, ranging from the delicious Carbonara and Spiced Lamb to the Peking Duck and Scotch Bonnet Carnitas with slow-roasted pulled pork.

Viva Brazil

This meat feast haven is a great experience to try with tasty slivers of Brazilian steaks and skewers of chicken hearts being served at a rate of knots by the traditional Passadors (Meat Carvers). It’s located on St Mary’s Street just up the road from Cardiff Central Station, so it’s easy to get to for groups descending on the Welsh capital.

Wahaca Cardiff

Mexican cuisine and a huge, two-floor restaurant make Wahaca a great restaurant for groups. Think quirky style with a vast array of Mexican street food located on the side of the St David’s shopping centre. It’s got some very tasty tacos, along with Tostadas, Quesadillas and big Burritos to keep you well fed.

Group Restaurants Cardiff

Revolucion de Cuba

It doesn’t get much more fun than Revolucion de Cuba, with its Cuban inspiration and relaxed environment. It’s got some incredible cocktails to try along with delicious sharing platter and nibbles. Top picks include the Honey & Lime Chicken Skewers, Roasted Chorizo, Beef Fillet Skewers and Calamari.

Miller & Carter

It’s time to get serious about steak with Miller & Carter, which is situated in the Hayes right in the middle of town. It’s another large venue and it serves up some big-hitting steak dishes ordered to your taste. The cuts are made from 50-day wet aged beef, so they’re incredibly succulent.

Group Restaurants Cardiff

Tiger Tiger

Tiger Tiger is all about getting into the swing of a big night out and while it’s not the finest dining experience, it does serve up some decent food, while also giving you a venue to let your hair down. It’s got some good cocktail choices and a wide variety of gastro pup fair, including sharing platters, home comforts like fish & chips, and Mexican dishes. You can find it just around the corner from The Hilton hotel opposite Cardiff Castle.

The Cosy Club

The name tells you almost everything that you need to know about this central Cardiff restaurant, with its cosy décor and large open space setup. It’s opposite Carter & Miller in The Hayes and serves up an impressive menu that includes Slow-Cooked Pork Belly, Roasted Lamb T-Bone Chops, Buttermilk Fried Chicken and a wide selection of burgers and tapas.

El Puerto

Getting off the beaten track and heading out to the Cardiff Bay barrage hideaway that is El Puerto is a good alternative to the delights of the city centre. It’s set within The Custom House overlooking the barrage, so it’s as close to the Atlantic Ocean as you’re going to get for a trip to Cardiff. Its menu contains some sumptuous dishes like the Pan Fried Medallions of Beef Fillet with a green Peppercorn Sauce, Slow Roast Lamb Shank with a Rosemary and Thyme Jus or the Grilled Swordfish Steak with a Coconut and Bell Pepper Salsa.

Group Restaurants Cardiff

The Depot

If you’re looking for more of a unique experience then you can’t go too far wrong with The Depot, as long as you plan ahead. It’s not exactly a restaurant as such and it isn’t open every day of the week, so you need to keep an eye out for its foodie events. When they do come along, they’re pretty epic, ranging from street food parties to Oktoberfest events and Tacos & Tequila nights. It’s located on Dumballs Road on the way down to Cardiff Bay.

 

Coyote Ugly Cardiff Hen Do

Coyote Ugly Cardiff
Coyote Ugly Cardiff

Coyote Ugly Cardiff Hen Do

Organising a Cardiff hen do can be pretty stressful, but living within easy striking distance of a crazy city like Cardiff made my job a lot easier  – and the timing was ideal, thanks to the huge buzz around the opening of the UK’s first ever Coyote Ugly bar. After all, Coyote Ugly just happens to be one of our bride-to-be’s favourite films ever – so our Cardiff hen party plans were soon in motion!  Lets dive in to my Coyote Ugly Cardiff Hen Do.

Coyote Ugly Cardiff

Coyote Ugly - New York - London & now Cardiff

The original Coyote Ugly Saloon opened its doors in New York way back in 1993, inspiring the 2000 cult film of the same name, but this brand new bar in Wales’s capital – rumoured to be twice the size of any other in Wales – is the latest launch from the famous American chain.

 

The building used to house the old Square Club, right in the heart of Cardiff, on St Mary Street – making it ideal for hens like us who are arriving by train into Cardiff Central, which thankfully (tottering along in heels…) is only a short walk away.

Coyote Ugly Cardiff

It's not all about the Coyotes

The bar is pretty big with a rustic design and a capacity of about 900. The female staff, known as “Coyotes”, are super confident and full of energy: serving up drinks as well as singing, entertaining and dancing on the bar, giving the place a really great atmosphere.

 

They genuinely seem to be having a good time, so you’d have to be a real misery not to get sucked into the whole party spirit.

Coyote Ugly Cardiff

Your last night of freedom? "Girl, you could be dancin' on the floor!"

If you’re organising a hen party you can book in to train up as a Coyote during the day, if you fancy strutting your stuff in front of a packed bar – because once night falls you are then called up onto the bar to test out your new-found moves.

 

In our case, I wasn’t sure the bride-to-be would fully appreciate being dragged in front of an audience, and us Maids of Honour have to remember that a successful hen party needs to deliver exactly what the hen is after.

Coyote Ugly Cardiff

Wild and chaotic it is

So I organised a booth for the evening to accommodate our whole party group, and we just enjoyed kicking back and watching the entertainment instead of providing it – although that’s not to say we didn’t create some carnage on the dance floor once we’d had a suitable number of shots.

 

From what we can remember collectively (which is foggy and fabulous in equal measures) we had a thoroughly great night out, and would definitely go back there for other celebrations.

 

Cardiff has always offered heaps of choice when it comes to great bars, clubs and music venues, but Coyote Ugly definitely brings an extra dose of fun to the capital. If you’re easily offended, this is not the place to spend your evening: quite a few people get soaked, lose a few items of clothing along the way, and behave in a raucous manner. Classy and quiet it is not.

 

Wild and chaotic it is – and if that’s your idea of fun, it delivers it in bucket loads. Hire yourself one of the 40 booths, tuck into some American barbecue food to thoroughly line your stomach, and then get stuck in to some serious drinking and dancin’!

 

Top 10 Cardiff Activities

Top 10 Cardiff Activities
Top 10 Cardiff Activities

Whether you’re planning a trip to the city or you already live in the Welsh capital, it’s good to have a decent list of Cardiff activities to keep you entertained. There are plenty of options in our top 10 Cardiff activities list below covering everything from family days out and weekends with your friends to stag dos, hen parties and birthdays.

Top 10 Cardiff Activities

Top 10 Cardiff Activities

Welsh Games - Cardiff's #1 Activity

When it comes to sheer unadulterated fun, there’s nothing quite like the experience that you can get from Welsh Games. From a bucking bronco sheep to water rides, gladiator style battles, dragon races and sumo suit wrestling, it’s got everything you need to make a hen party, stag do, birthday or corporate event a very memorable occasion.

Top 10 Cardiff Activities

Go Karting

TeamSport Go-Karting Cardiff covers a lot of bases, providing go-kart racing for large groups or small family parties. It’s got a new multi level 500 meter go-kart track for you to blitz around on and the 200CC karts mean that you can get up to 40mph and an average lap time of just 41 seconds. It’s based just outside the city centre, so it’s pretty easy to get to if you’re planning to do a few activities in Cardiff on the same day.

Top 10 Cardiff Activities

Escape Rooms

Think The Crystal Maze meets Krypton Factor and Cluedo and you’re not too far away from the general concept of Escape Rooms Cardiff. Essentially, you get trapped inside one of a number of themed rooms and you’ll have an hour to get out. You’ll need to find clues, solve puzzles and work out codes to make it out on time.

Top 10 Cardiff Activities

Treetop Adventure Golf

Based inside Cardiff’s Saint David’s shopping centre, Treetop Adventure Golf is a great activity that can last as little as 45-minutes or as long as you want with two different 18-hole courses to play. There’s Tropical Trail, which is designed like an Amazonian jungle and Ancient Explorer, which is styled like a trek through the Inca kingdom, so there’s a good amount of variation for return trips.

Top 10 Cardiff Activities

St Fagans

The National Museum of History at St Fagans is a great day out and while it is incredibly family friendly, there’s plenty to see and do for anyone. Admittedly it’s not going to be on anyone’s stag or hen do activity lists, but if you’re looking for something to do on the weekend then it’s an easy win. You can visit historical shops from the early 19th century, learn about roundhouses from the Iron Age and walk around the exceptional grounds of the museum, which are equal to any National Trust property.

Top 10 Cardiff Activities

National Museum Cardiff

With a great selection of permanent exhibitions that range from natural history to a stunning art collection, as well as a steady stream of special exhibitions, there’s plenty to see at the National Museum Cardiff. The Evolution of Wales galleries are worth the trip for all by themselves, taking you from dinosaurs and prehistory, right the way up to the modern day.

Top 10 Cardiff Activities

Cardiff International Pool

Cardiff International Pool is way more than just a place to go for a swim with its lazy river, jacuzzis and water park slides. It’s a great family activity and a lot of fun for friends with Cardiff Bay and the marina just around the corner, so it can easily be a part of a bigger day trip to the seafront side of Cardiff activities.

Top 10 Cardiff Activities

Cardiff International White Water

Also located close to Cardiff Bay is the International White Water Centre, where you can learn to take on the rapids on the incredible course that they have at the facility. Cardiff activities include canoeing, kayaking and white water river rafting for individuals, families and larger groups.

Top 10 Cardiff Activities

Boulders Indoor Climbing centre

Continuing with more action activities, Boulders is a great option if you want to flex your shoulder muscles and finger grip skills. It’s got a number of different walls to scale for all ages and abilities, so you can start out with easy climbs and work your way up to the trickier runs.

Top 10 Cardiff Activities

Rugby games

If you like your activities to be more spectator-based and you love to watch a little sport, there are plenty of Cardiff activities that tick these boxes. While there’s cricket at Sophia Gardens and football at Cardiff City Stadium, it’s the rugby that the Welsh capital is most renowned for.

 

Cardiff Blues games run from August to May at the Arms Park and there are international games at the millennium Stadium during autumn and for the Six Nations in February and March, so there’s a steady stream of opportunities to experience the great atmosphere that Cardiff has to offer.

Guest blog by Gerard Harris, editor of Tuppence Magazine

 

Top 10 Secret Student Spots in Cardiff

students in cardiff secret spots
students in cardiff secret spots

Cardiff top 10 student hangouts

Cardiff is a fantastic place to be a student with all the benefits of a capital city but none of the crazy price tags attached to studying in London.

We’ve put together this ultimate guide for students so you can get out exploring and enjoying the best that this amazing city has to offer and save you stumbling upon these gems a week before you graduate!

Read below to find our recommendations of the best cafes, bars and hidden spots that will fast become your favourites!

students in cardiff

1. Face 11

This laid-back bar and restaurant channels the après-ski vibe perfectly. The wooden cladding and wall-mounted snowboards transport you to an alpine hut in the mountains. Situated in the heart of Cardiff’s ‘Studentville’ AKA Cathays, this is the perfect place for pre-town drinks.

You can take advantage of the 2 for 1 cocktail list and student discounts too. If you are into your music or you’re budding musician, there are also weekly open mic nights at the bar on Thursdays and A&R record company talent scouting nights. If that isn’t enough, the bar also hosts regular comedy nights run by ‘piste off comedy.’

2. Gwdihw Café Bar

A quirky venue outside and in, that feels like you are in a cosy yet kooky living room. By day, this is a great little hide away in the centre of Cardiff to go for a coffee or grab some lunch with friends and relax on the comfy sofas or the picnic tables outside.

There is also free WiFi, so bring your laptop and pretend to do some of those uni assignments! By night, the bar really comes alive. You will always find a good DJ or band playing and there is even a great heated outside space to chill out in when you need a break from the dance floor! The drink prices seal the deal for us with student offers such as 4 cans for £10 and house spirits and mixers for £2.50.

students in cardiff
students in cardiff

3. Vulcan Lounge

This cosy pub on Wyverne Road is a great place to kick back and relax with your mates and enjoy a pint. This excellent drinking establishment has friendly bar staff and a great atmosphere. Head here for the great pool room or to watch those big matches on their giant projector screen. There’s also a heated beer garden so you can hang out outside as long as you want! There are great students deals available day and night and regular open mic nights.

4. Breakout Cardiff

If you’re looking for something a bit different to do then this may be the place for you. Breakout is Cardiff’s new escape room games and is located in the popular Brewery Quarter in the city centre. You can compete in a group of between two to five people and have up to 60 minutes to solve a series of puzzles and escape one of the breakout rooms. Each room has a different theme and unique story. It’s the perfect activity to celebrate a birthday or bond with your new housemates! Do you have what it takes to breakout?!

students in cardiff
students in cardiff

5. The Little Man Coffee Shop

This new little independent coffee shop which is a great place to chill with friends or hide away and do some work. Staff are always friendly and the coffee and food are both great. The venue has a really cool retro feel with comfy armchairs and sofas. There’s also regular quirky theatre events and if you need to find your zen after some busy nights out or some revision stress there’s also regular yoga breakfast mornings.

6. The Dead Canary

This cool secret cocktail bar located on Barrack Lane, Cardiff (but I didn’t tell you that!) is perfect for a night out with friends or perhaps a first date with that special someone. There’s a cool retro ‘speak easy’ feel to the bar, a great atmosphere and great drinks. The venue hosts some great event nights including live music nights and cocktail making masterclasses if you fancy learning how to make cocktail yourself! Why not go along to the bar’s ‘Taith-Tiki Thursdays’ and try out their Thursdays special cocktail menu based around their Tiki cocktail creations!

students in cardiff
students in cardiff

7. Rose Street Flea Market

Rose Street Flea market in Roath is one of Cardiff’s best hidden gems. If you’re into your vintage clothing and cool vintage furniture this is the place to uncover those hidden treasures! This is the coolest and most legit ‘junk shop’ you can expect to go to, plus everything is reasonably priced so you’re sure to pick up a bargain. Once you’re visited once I can guarantee you’ll become a regular at getting lost in the weird and wonderful land that this place is… and have the coolest retro student flat going!

6. Porters Cardiff

Ran by self-proclaimed failed actor Dan Porter, Porters Bar is a great place to go for live music, comedy and theatre nights and is also host to Cardiff’s first pub theatre, ‘The Other Rooms.’ There’s always a great live band playing on Friday and Saturday nights and a packed dance floor. There’s also a big beer garden outside with comfy retro cinema seats. As well as a great night out, the venue also hosts ‘come down Sundays’, where you can watch two free films in the bar, chill out and play some board games, and listen to some vinyl plus an evening pub quiz…. hair of the dog it is!

students in cardiff
students in cardiff

7. Infinity Trampoline Park

This is great fun and such a laugh with friends! A whole room filled with trampolines and foam pits to jump away to your hearts content and let the kid inside you out…who said you had to grow up when you went to uni! Try and go on a weekday or later in the evening if you can to avoid busy periods and have more bounce space to yourself.

6. Outpost Coffee

A cool and quirky independent pop up coffee and vinyl music shop always on the move, making an appearance at events and festivals in Cardiff and offering great student deals…A great place for coffee and music lovers! To keep up to date with where Out Post will be popping up next follow them on twitter: @OutpostCardiff

students in cardiff

Bloggers Biog, Sarah Rogers:

After living in London to train and work as a dancer, Sarah has recently moved back to Cardiff to start her own dance company business ‘Ransack Dance’, and is enjoying re-discovering the best the city has to offer!

A fan of live music she loves finding venues with music and live mic nights.  Alongside her dance work, Sarah works on Saturdays at the Welsh Games, leading hen dos, stag dos and birthday parties.