Night Club L'Africana
Off a mile-long footpath from the Marina del Praia -- or accessed
via an elevator from Statale 163 -- L'Africana is a classic from the 1960s, a
golden-oldie on the coast. Jackie O danced one night away on the glass-aquarium
floor. With open-to-the-sea atmosphere, an indoor boat that's a buffet of
antipasti, animal prints, and wildish shows with partial nudity, you can eat
lightly, drink heavily, and dance until the Gulf of Salerno sunrise. If coming
from Positano or Amalfi, you can also get here on one of the nightclub's boats.
Anema e Core - Capri
Anema e Core means "soul and heart" in Caprese dialect.
This popular place is tucked down a quiet side street, a two-minute walk
from the Piazzetta. Admission (EUR 25) includes an eclectic range of
lightish live music (after 11 PM) and a drink from the bar. No food is
served, so come well-sated. There's no dancing here officially, though
some patrons -- including celebrities -- occasionally take to the tables.
The spot is closed Monday and is usually open 9 PM to 3 AM. Reservations
are essential on weekends.
Music on the Rocks - Positano
Music on the Rocks is a popular bar with occasional live music set in a
seaside cave off the Spaggia Grande beach, favored by the likes of Matt
Dillon, Lenny Kravitz, Kate Moss, and Denzil Washington. Special events
excepted, entrance is free as long as you buy a drink for around EUR 20.