Make fun memories at Apache’s Bar & Night Club

SPACIOUS: The spacious layout of the club is perfect for big events.

Apache’s Bar & Night Club in Alrode is the place to be for those who want to get lost in a fun night of partying and memory-making – they even have a transport service, so no designated driver is needed!

Apache’s is a double-storey Native American-themed bar and nightclub located at 25 Flamink Street, Alrode, Extension Seven. It has a big bar, huge dance floor with a stage, an upstairs VIP-section, pool table section, saloon (perfect for work-related conferences) and a vibe that can’t be beaten.

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Safety first

Established by Aubrey Swanepoel and his wife, Suzette, Apache’s purpose is to accommodate people who are looking for a night of fun and freedom without them having to worry about their children’s safety, their own safety, fights breaking out among those who have had a fe

w drinks too many or even how they’re going to get home safely after they’ve had their fun.

That’s right – they have a transport service. It’s a van that picks people up and/or drops them off at their house for R50 per person. No need to worry about skimping on the drinks before driving home anymore. Apache’s has got you sorted.

If you’re a parent looking for a night of fun, but no-one to babysit, don’t worry. Apache’s is in the process of building a cinema for the kids. Soon they’ll be able to enjoy their favourite movies together while their parents dance the night away.

Apache’s has hosted a lot of fun events, including the afterparty of Hoërskool Dinamika’s recent matric dance, annual cage fighting events, private parties and plenty others. It’s fun because of their strict no-fighting, no-nonsense-tolerated policy. Rest assured – you don’t have to worry about “dodgy” people or fights breaking loose because Aubrey does not stand for it at all.

“I do not take people’s nonsense with each other. We had an incident once, but it was very minor and those people know they are not allowed at Apache’s again. I immediately tell people who look like they want to fight to get out and take their fight somewhere else and I make sure to remember their faces so that I never allow them back in the club again,” said Aubrey.

Halloween Horror Night

Next time you want to plan a night out on the town, you should definitely consider Apache’s. It’s a vibe every fun-loving person should experience! They will host a Halloween Horror Night on October 28 starting at 7pm. Entries will cost R60 per person. There are awesome prizes to be won by whoever pulls out all the stops with their costumes, so don’t miss it!

Monique van Wyk

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