Republic Bar & Grill is the most popular hangout in the city of Accra. It’s popular amongst locals and visitors alike. Anyone visiting Accra for the first time is more than likely going to visit this bar located in the heart of Osu. Does its location contribute to its popularity or there is something more?

If you’re a nightlife enthusiast then you’re already acquainted with the euphoria of nightlife in the city. Accra is the heartbeat of the Republic of Ghana. A city founded in 1877 by the British when they took over from the Danes and the Dutch. Accra is the first touch point for visitors entering the country via air. Home to many tourist sites like hotels, clubs, cinemas, restaurants and more the city has made a name for itself as the city that welcome everybody and indeed it does. There’s no specific definition of the city as it adapts to global trends and culture. But of course there’s always uniqueness. What sets Accra apart is the people living in it.


City people are always different. They appear and do things differently and the people who live in the capital city are no different. Weekends are the best and favourite days for people who live in the city of Accra. The weekend days start from Thursday for some and Friday for many. Friday nights are super special and the culture is to hang out with friends, family or co-workers not at home or office but at one’s favourite spot. Everyone has a favourite spot and Accra has something for everyone. In the heart of Accra is the suburb known as Osu. Osu was once the home of Ghana’s colonial rulers. It hosted the then governors and officials of the British colonial rulers. One of Ghana’s monumental landmarks, the Christianborg Castle popularly known as Osu Castle built by Denmark-Norway in 1659 is located at the coastal built of Osu.

Osu is home to many hotels, shops, offices, restaurants, clubs and more. This section of the city is known for its hospitality. Osu is known to never sleep – there is always something going on somewhere. Amongst the popular hangouts is the Republic Bar & Grill – a renaissance of archaic city nightlife. A visit to the Republic Bar & Grill is a trip down memory lane. The architecture and interior design gives you a glimpse of the past and future of what drinking bars/pubs were and should be. Decorated with old posters, album arts, news articles, this Ghanaian owned pub breaths history into everyone. Old relics and art pieces are also predominant features of the Republic Bar.


But it is not just about the look and feel that sets it apart from the others – the food, drinks and service are simply out of the box. Try their infamous Kokoroko (a Bissap based mixture with traditional Ghanaian spices & sugarcane Akpeteshie) and you will have a better picture of what’s being described to you. Republic Bar & Grill is the place to spend time with friends, family or even co-workers. Thrilled with music performances by artistes or DJs, patrons are always entertained whenever they visit this popular hangout. You cannot miss the black painted barrels with Republic Bar & Grill logos stamped on them. They’re so vivid they add up to the entire presentation. Republic Bar & Grill has shaped and redefined what a pub is in Accra and has added a new twist and feel to Accra’s nightlife.

How much will it cost you to have a good time? Unlike many other hangouts in the city, the Republic Bar & Grill offers patrons a high-end experience and service at an affordable cost. Don’t worry; you won’t empty your wallet when you visit the Republic Bar & Grill.

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