Going out in Llandudno is a unique experience. The upper end of Mostyn street houses many of the popular bars in Llandudno, including Fountains, Club 147, The Palladium, Fat Cats, The London and The Lounge, the latter of which is gay friendly. Many of these cater to a young clientelle and are usually full to the brim on a saturday night until about 11pm whereby a large amount of the revellers head to the southern side of Mostyn Street to dance the night away in two of Llandudno's Big Nightclubs: Broadway Boulevard or The Washington.
For a more discerning drinker, traditional ale pubs in Llandudno include The Kings Arms, The Cottage Loaf and The Town House have a more friendly and relaxed atmosphere, and are located more widespread through town.
Not much of a party animal? That's not a problem as Venue Cymru has theatre productions and musicians playing most nights. Some popular names who have performed recently have included Manic Street Preachers, Stereophonics, Status Quo, McFly, The Doves and Ian Brown, as well as classical music, musicals and Stand Up Comedy. Of course, it's not only Venue Cymru as there are many theatres and cinemas in Llandudno.
There are many high quality restuarants in Llandudno serving every cuisine around the world including Italian, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Mediterranean, French and Japanese. Of course, as well as cuisines from around the world, there is also a wide range of eateries that cater specifically to locally caught fish, fresh UK vegetables, and offer the delights of a traditional British cuisine.