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The few places that have survived are: The Cairo Jazz Club - not much jazz here. Young, American University crowd. Men must enter with a female. Expensive, loud, and pretty bad music. After 8 - Services an older, more arty clientele. Can have some decent music and the patrons usually love to dance. Small and crowded with way too many tables so that you can't easily move. Latex - in the Nile Hilton. This can be categorized as a nightclub - best to go on a weekend night, otherwise it won't ever get full.
Buddha Bar - Brand new, in the Sofitel Gezirah. Let me know how it is. That's it really. There are a few places that pop up here and there. There was a Sudanese-run Hip Hop party last year, but that's done. And a few other mega clubs have opened to a luke-warm welcome My favorite place is After 8, but I think Latex is more what you're looking for.
A traditionnal "trendy" nightclubbing night is Sangria until 3am posh nightclub on the ground floor, extra posh restaurant on the first floor, good food, it's located on he Nile bank, north of downtown, facing Conrad hotel. The perfect place to meet the ultra rich Egyptian youth. At 3am, the place closes and most customers jump in their Porsche, having not even a look for the small children who went out of their bed to try to sell jasmine flowers in order to feed their family.
Trendy young Egyptians drive to Latex, the nightclub of the Nile Hilton, where they'll end up the night. Cairo jazz club is a cool place to meet young Egyptians who are much less rich and much more artistry type and, honestly, far more interesting than the superrich crowd.