Mint Bali Club on Seminyak
Recharged Nightlife Hotspot in Seminyak
If Seminyak’s well-established venues don’t get you grooving enough, you might want to check out this latest addition on Jalan Petitenget that specifically caters to lingering clubbers who still have the oomph to dance into the wee hours. Mint Bali is now the go-to place for late evening drinks and after-dinner gatherings with friends. This watering hole has gradually built momentum with steady crowds and regular agendas featuring resident and international guest DJs.
Mint is just across the road from Biku and other notable grazing spots share the Petitenget route nearby, making it an easy stroll to head off to after late dinners in the area. Being set off the main crowded ‘eat street’ of Jalan Kayu Aya also has its benefits, as Mint is one among a handful of venues out of the usual gridlocks to offer late night gigs that go on well into the mornings. Parking is an issue here, so taxi rides are the way to go.
Almost nothing happens early here; despite its ‘Happy New Friday’ program that goes on between 16:30 – 19:00, the real crowds only appear somewhere near midnight. Its DJ booth with a bar and stage-like arrangement produces audible pleasures that progress throughout the evening with nice beats and electronic house as the evening turns into a new day. Loyal regulars tend to comprise of young adults, but highlighted agendas usually draw a dynamic mix.
Step inside and you’ll find a large room dominated by bright fresh green, obviously the sole idea behind its name. A chandelier and shiny emerald drapery hangs from the ceilings above the 25m length of the centrepiece, backlit-glass bar top, and tall sexy green sofas line the corners of the room. Some small square tables are set up for dinners as Mint also offers quite an extensive menu for those who wish to dine here earlier before the crowds arrive.
Its drink list from its wine shop is also broad with a good selection of wines, classic and house cocktails and mocktails. For something different, try one of Mint’s favourites, such as Around Bali or the Apple Mint Martini with apple vodka, mint leaves, Cointreau, fresh limejuice and a dash of apple syrup. Or tryout the Green Samurai of Pandan which combines vodka, Kwai Feh lychee liqueur, homemade pandan syrup and a splash of fresh limejuice.
Good to Know about Mint Bali
Even after dinner earlier in the evening, you might get a bit peckish along with the beats and boogies. Mint presents a menu featuring pan-Asian cuisine, from steaks and pasta with wood-fired oven pizzas, and a range of small bites you and your friends can order anytime. The selections are not cheap but nowhere as overpriced as the other restaurants you can find along the same street.
- Opening Hours: Thu - Sat, 22:00 - 03:00
- Location: Jalan Petitenget 919, Seminyak
- Tel: +62(0)361 4732 884