About Pinnacle Pub and Niteclub
Pinnacle Pub and Niteclub.
Here is the hotspot to unwind in Calabar. Promising a night of revelry and unbridled fun, it is one of the most sought-after spots in the Calabar nightlife scene.
Security/Safety of Pinnacle Pub and Niteclub
This is a very safe location.
What To Bring
Before heading to Pinnacle Pub and Niteclub, here are some helpful things to take along with you:
Your favorite drinking tee
Cash or Credit/Debit Cards
Camera to capture the LIT night activities
Located in The Mirage Calabar, Pinnacle Pub and Niteclub is an ideal place to unloose from work tension and have a quiet relaxation with colleagues and friends while the bartender caters to your imaginations and keeps the drinks coming.
As the night progresses, the tempo of the music begins to increase and signifies the beginning of the clubbing hours. Popularly referred to as "Celebrity Club" because of the frequent appearances of celebrities, it fills up quickly with dancers and fun-seekers. Claiming a space capacity that holds 400 people, it features an ultra-modern décor and lighting, world-class customer service, and hospitality that guarantees an unprecedented night experience.
Great pricing, great service staff, excellent music, outstanding entertainment all in one place - Chidinma Ogugua Mba
History of The African Club The African Club was established in 1903. This is the first social club in Nigeria. Formed in defiance of the racist European Club that did not admit blacks, the club is one of the most prestigious and exclusive clubs in Nigeria. Security/Safety of The African Club This is a very safe location. Best Features The club, still much in use with active membership, is a major landmark in the Nigerian entertainment industry and a tourist attraction. Although not as prominent as it once was during its peak years, it is still a place to hang out, exchange tales, learn of the history of the country and enjoy the entertainments that the club provides. Even the emergence of new clubs in town like the ‘larger than life-like’ LUNA Night Club was enough to outshine the African Club. Perhaps because the latter was beyond just partying and the ‘strip tease-esque’ fun but more about wholesome entertainment-John Offiong