4 reviews of The Blue Note in English
Finally beginning to recover from the effects of a major new rival opening a couple of years back, The Blue Note remains a great place to finish your night in Derby. Numbers are yet to regularly return to the levels of years gone by, but an old veteran like The Blue Note is sure to outlast any competition. Drinks prices have recently crashed to unbelievably low levels and they still sell their favourite 'traffic lights' and 'purple turtle' signature drinks!
Come here on the wrong night, and you may find it deserted, but on a busy night, queues still stretch out of the door and the atmosphere can be electric.
The Blue Note on Sadler Gate is a club which plays a really diverse variety of great music, offers ridiculously cheap entry and drink prices and has quite some history! However, it appears that most are now avoiding the club, particularly on Monday and Friday nights in favour of MOSH. Due to this, the atmosphere has died down a little, which is a real shame as it is the best place in Derby (in my opinion) for socialising with a variety of new and friendly people. The DJs are always more than willing to play the music that is requested, and even when they use their own judgement (on a busy night) the dance floor is usually fairly populated. While it may take a bit of work for them to secure their patrons back from MOSH, there is no denying which is the better club, I think it’s fair to say that most would prefer a night at Blue Note!
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