Brew Bistro Fortis
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Brew is one of the coolest and biggest rooftop bars in the city. Open to the elements, it’s an amazing atmosphere up there, especially in the sunshine. They have picnic tables, a fun astroturf floor, and a huge bar serving a range of drinks. There’s a microbrewery on-site where they craft their own beers, and there’s never a cover charge to get in. Check out their salsa nights on Thursdays when they make use of the huge dance floor. It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or a professional, anyone can join, and it’s less busy than at weekends.
Brew Bistro offers a nice selection of delicious beer from Big Five Brewery. They also have a variety of delicious food available and good deals every day of the week. We recommend going during happy hour to take advantage of the two for one pitcher deals. The rooftop location offers beautiful views…
enjoy crafted beers,IPAs and a host of other drinks and food while taking in the night life in Nairobi. they have 2 establishments located in Westlands and Ngong Road area next to the junction Mall
Beer, wine or food its a great choice for a night out. From 11pm the bistro turns into a club with a diverse crowd and awesome music. Great to party on Fridays and Saturdays. Nice brunch spot on Sundays.
“Nature trails for walking, jogging and biking. Waterfalls, caves and lots of trees very relaxing escape from busy city life.”
“Enjoy a great choice of international and local music as you delve into the vast and well crafted food menu and ambience at this preferred spot in Nairobi. They have two branches, one in Karen area which is on a roof top and one in westlands area”
“Has excellent coffee and a nice vibrant atmosphere. Try the Malindi macchiato. ”
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