7 Things To Do With Your Best Friend On Friday Night In Nairobi

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Nairobi has this unique feeling and atmosphere, particularly on a Friday. In the morning, you’ll see people’s faces looking so bright – it’s like they are trying to signal each other; we made it! In the afternoon, it’s busy with people  trying to usher in the evening as they’re finishing on their daily routines. In the evening, the vibe is melodic, and slowly the night is welcomed. From the window of your office, you can hear the temperatures rising and voices overlapping signaling that the night has just begun. On a Friday in Nairobi, you’ll notice many people moving in pairs stumbling over one another, not exactly rushing somewhere but just trying to keep up with the pace. If you’re with your best friend, these are some of the things you can do and enjoy in Nairobi.


Coffee Shop

Good coffee is as good as sharing good moments. It hits you hard, leaving you with the feeling of wanting more and more. So set that Friday date with your best friend, agree on the spot,  and go try new coffee. In addition, since coffee has some good magic, be ready to ‘dunda’ and enjoy the night.

Here are a few places you can visit;

Kaldis Coffee House, Kimathi St.

Nairobi Java House, ABC Pl., Waiyaki Way

Artcaffé, Westgate Mall, Mwanzi Rd

Pete’s Café & Burrito Haven, Bishop Magua Centre Ngong Road, Kilimani



House Party

A house party can be doable with even two people. All you need is to create the right atmosphere. This is the ultimate ideal plan for a Friday night in case you and your best friend kinda feel reluctant to do an outdoor activity. House party is an ideal session to relax, chill out and play a lot of cool games with your friend. Since the party is all the two of you, you could shop together or order a few items online, and they get delivered to your place. This is so flexible and saves on a lot of things. Plus, you don’t have to cook! You can order food on; Jumia Food app, Uber Eats, Dial a Delivery app, Yum Deliveries and Glovo.


Friday Night Out Nairobi



It’s good to unwind and go clubbing with your best friend once in a while. Go out, have fun, learn each other’s wild side and strengthen your bond. Some of the best places to go clubbing at in Nairobi are; 1824 along Langata road opposite carnivore, Blend at Nextgen mall, Whiskey River Lounge, Golden Bistrol at Nextgen mall and Grill, Kiambu road, Onyx along Ngong Road and Space Lounge opposite Prestige mall.



Meet up with your best friend and go to an event near you. Plenty of events and sessions happen in Kenya and especially Nairobi. Most of the events are free, therefore no extra budget. Most of the events can be found on; Ticket Sasa, Mookh.com and Mtickets.



Nairobi has more than 6 state-of-the-art cinemas. They include; Anga Sky Cinema at Panari, Century Cinemax Junction, Westgate Cinema, Prestige Cinemas, and Garden City Cinema. Find the cinema near you, hook up with your best friend and catch the latest premiere of your favorite movie.


Friday Night Out Nairobi



Dinner is an ultimate plan for two friends who are planning to create great memories, reflect about life and release the pressure that comes with working around the clock throughout the week. Spending time with your best friend is like investing. So invest in friendship when you can.

Make sure you try these fantastic options in Nairobi;

Fonda NBO, Rosslyn Riviera Mall, Limuru Road

Fogo Gaucho Kilimani, Ground floor, Galana Plaza, Kilimani

Ocean Basket Westlands, The Oval,  Ring Rd Parklands

Seven Seafood & Grill,  Waiyaki Way
Open House Restaurant, Ring Road Westlands Opposite The Mall

Shopping along the streets

Nairobi CBD is flooded with plenty of good stuff on Friday evening. Ranging from foodstuffs, clothes, and shoes, you can basically find anything on the streets. You can even buy the Gucci shoes you’ve been yearning for half the original price! With your best friend, you can easily shop around, bargain and get the coolest stuff you have both been looking for. For the best items and deals, go to the streets behind National Archives, Luthuli Avenue, Dubois road, Moi Avenue and Tom Mboya street down to Ngara you can get all the things you’ve been looking for.





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