Paceville, in St Julians, is the undisputed centre of Maltese nightlife, with a large number of restaurants, bars, night clubs, and a throng of people all set on enjoying themselves!
If you would like to have dinner, you will find that this area has much to offer ...... Maltese, Italian, Chinese, Malaysian, Greek, Indian, Turkish and other cuisines from all over the world. Try the local dishes, and you will not be disappointed - the soups are delicious and the fresh fish mouth watering. The national dish is stewed rabbit, which is usually served after spaghetti in a wine sauce. Enough to tempt even the most difficult of palates!
The Maltese are also well known for their sweet tooth, and you will find small cafes dotted all over the place, serving a wide range of scrumptious cakes and pies, thick hot chocolate and milkshakes, and other terribly sinful but delicious treats.
Party animals will love this town, with its large number of pulsing nightclubs. Places Bar/Club is a firm favourite with locals and visitors, situated in Ball Street, in the heart of Paceville. Places includes three bars, with top Djs playing the best House, Garage and Dance music -from 8pm to 4am, free entrance. A short distance away is Axis, equipped with the latest technology. Those who prefer a more relaxed evening can watch a film at the large cinema complex, or go bowling at the bowling alley directly across the road. Alternatively, they can sit and enjoy a good beer in one of the pubs in the area, or visit the elegant Dragonara Casino.
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