ODD: Reviving Batroun’s Nightlife | Blog Baladi

Buttron has always been known for its avant-garde nightlife scene, even when Monot was what he is today Mar Michael, Buttron’s clubs were filled to capacity. In recent years, however, the club scene in the North has stood a little. This is why the opening of ODD’s summer season promises to bring some life to the club scene of Butron.

ODD is a rooftop club near where Pierre and friends are. Lebanese rooftops and clubs are an unending love story, and rooftops from Beirut, all the way to Karnatina, Debiah, Jonia, Jbeil and all the way to Battaron are opening for the summer. ODD is the best rooftop club in the 06 district, and it shares the same iconic landscape you see when you swim in one of the many beaches of Caprabida.

I went there last weekend to celebrate a friend’s birthday, and I had fun. The view was definitely one of my favorite features, both the composition and production of the club were magnificent. The music is a fusion of Arabic and Western music, but fortunately, the Arab part was not too much, and it was perfect for me and anyone who craves a night of dancing, singing and drinking with friends.

Apart from DJs, there is live entertainment and a number of performances throughout the night, which for me adds a lot of value to the club. The best part is that there is no argila, and I was told they would have a food menu ready soon, although I’m not sure who wants to eat during clubs, but hey, why not some entrees that will help put off the tips?

I personally miss the clubs in Batron. No traffic, no roadblocks and lots of places to shop without paying for your kidney service. I highly recommend you go to ODD for sunset drinks after a day at the beach, or for a legitimate reason after spending the day exploring the beautiful old town of Atron. When I was there, I asked them about sunset drinks and they told me it would start on June 10th.


I will be back again in the coming weeks, and would love to share all of you photos and videos! The party starts around 10:30 p.m.

Here is some information on the nights and their various programs if you would like to check it out:

Fusion Omsiat evening every Thursday with DJ BOOZ (fusion of Arabic and Western music)
DJ Anthony Chkera Every Friday, mixes the hottest pop, house, hip hop and EDM
DJ Nino every Saturday, with a fusion of hot pop music, with a scattering of Lebanese and Arab songs


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