21-12-2020 by redazione
By popular demand from local tourists from Nairobi and the surrounding area who have chosen Kenya's north coast as their Christmas holiday destination, and also from those Italians who arrived in the first few days of December, the cult Malindi nightclub, Fermento in Lamu Road, is reopening its doors to meet up for the festive afternoons.
After months of forced closure, this meeting and entertainment venue, which used to liven up the evenings in Malindi before the pandemic, with dance music, cocktails and the pleasure of sharing the "wee hours", had already decided to return to offer its services to the public in compliance with Covid-19 rules.
It was a taste that proved to be positive, as it confirmed that there is no need to break the rules for the pleasure of getting together, and that it is not just a matter of dancing and going wild, but simply of sharing a drink or a chat in the cool of the air conditioning and in a sanitised, clean and elegant environment.
From tomorrow, Tuesday 22 December, the afternoon opening shows that today's priorities are different, and the owners of this elegant nightclub, who have also recently taken over the Karen Blixen, open in the morning with breakfast, have adapted.
In recent years, Il Fermento has been one of the cult venues on the coast and has recently been renovated and further embellished.
The owners are the first to care about their own health and that of their staff. It's all about indulging in a little pleasure and having a drink together with no pretense other than being in good company.
Now that the night is forbidden, the bar will open at five o'clock in the afternoon and will be open until nine o'clock in the evening, still offering music, the coolness of the air-conditioned bar, with the pleasure of meeting up maybe for the first drink of the day or for happy hour from 5 to 7 pm with the possibility, and this is a pleasant novelty, to order a pizza, a plate of pasta or the other delicacies on the menu of the bar-restaurant and eat them upstairs, with the background music of the Fermento deejay and perhaps an excellent cocktail from its experienced barmen.
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