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Peppermint Club is in a new location. This time the club has found a central spot near the car park behind the Youth and Sports Center in Pristina.
The new place is neither too small nor too big, thus making it a perfect choice for those who want to socialise but retain some privacy.
The interior is created in a way that gives you a comfortable feeling and gives off a sense of glamour which will make visitors feel classy in themselves.
The club has two big bars, a number of stools located on one side of the bar and couches on the other side, opposite the DJ and dance floor.
The dance floor is spacious enough for people to make their preferred moves while listening to the music.
Peppermint Club also has friendly and attentive staff, making you feel welcome while providing a professional service throughout the night.
The club will be open four times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and, depending on private requests, may open on other days too.
Peppermint usually attracts clients whose ages range between their mid-twenties to late thirties.
In order to satisfy its clientele, the club plays a variety of music depending on the days.
On Monday it plays live music with famous local bands and artists whereas during the weekends you may experience a variety of music from hiphop and RnB to Elctro, Tech-House music- performed by famous local and regional DJs and artists.
It opened officially on September 15, so check it out while it’s still the freshest place in town.
For more information or reservations: email@example.com
Mobile: +377 45 343-343 / +377 44 234 367
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