“Tonight is a party pass,” says Dennis Karuga, “It is a simple guide to an awesome night out. A forum for pub banter.”
The portal targets Kenyans between 18 – 35 who love an awesome night out and need a guide while experiencing nightlife in the city or in a new town. It is also aimed at pub owners, alcohol industry players and tourists.
Tonight.co.ke has a list of bars & restaurants in Nairobi and spreading to have major towns in the country. On the site bar owners or managers can list out key activities at their joints throughout the week for the public to see.
Users then see whatever activities in whichever pub, check its location, visit it, rate its ambiance, service, price and music and then share it with friends. One needs not to sign up.
The free listing has a Google map plug-in to show a pub’s exact location and the team is working on a mobile app for smartphone users to rate joints, share tweets when they visit their fav bars and see who else is at joint what and where most guys frequent. The user can rate the quality of the service, music, drinks, price at any bar by giving stars.
The team has also created a Beer blog called Beer Me up for visitors to share their beer adventures or give others tips on enjoying the Nightlife in major towns in Kenya, party etiquette, storage tips for booze, party reviews, beer reviews and joint reviews.