Recommended by The New York Times, Corvintető is a rooftop ruin bar and a modern, buzzing underground dance club above Blaha Lujza tér in Budapest, Hungary.
Located on the top floors of a landmark department store, it has a suberb view of the city skyline and friendly prices from 6pm. Then at 10pm, its climatised main hall opens to a lively, 18+ crowd eager to party to wild, loud, hot tunes until dawn.
Programs include underground DJ nights with local and international artists, genres ranging from deep house to ghettofunk, dubstep and trap. Hungarian slam poetry nights and indie rock concerts do often take place as well.
Corvintető's roof terrace was opened in Summer 2007, then the floor below was added as a club in 2008.