This Egyptian-themed nightclub on Front Street is where Bermuda's revelers eventually end up on raucous nights, as it's the one of the few bars on the island that stays open until 3am (on Fridays and Saturdays after 10pm, expect to wait in line to get in). A small menu of Middle Eastern bites is served until close (think hummus, falafel, and so on), but most people come for the strong drinks and flirtatious dancing, as the dimly lit nightclub often features live DJs pumping out R&B and Top 40 tunes. Care for a smoke? Then duck into Cairo's red-draped hookah lounge, where guests can smoke fruity tobacco from large hookah pipes that the bar rents to patrons. (If you prefer to smoke outside, there’s a second-story outdoor balcony where you can also puff your pipe.)