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Lakaz Cascavelle reopens after renovation
20 February 2019
Lakaz Cascavelle reopens after renovation

Lakaz Cascavelle, the legendary west coast venue located in Cascavelle Shopping Village, reopened on the 16th of January. It is now housed in a brand-new space next to Casela Karting, with which it shares an entrance.


The specially designed space includes:
• A large air-conditioned dining room that turns into a VIP area in the evening
• A music stage
• An outdoor dance area equipped with a water misting system and a bar
• An indoor dance floor


The space is decorated with pops of Lakaz’ classic turquoise colour as well as high-end and modern materials such as hardwood and sheet metal.

The bar and nightclub is open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, with live jams, improve every Wednesday with local amateur and professional artists and bands. The bar occasionally hosts live concerts on Saturdays with well renowned artists.


Lakaz’ restaurant, for its part, is open for lunch every day of the week and for dinner from Monday to Saturday. Its menu consists of classic western and local dishes (burgers, fish dishes...) and includes a take-out or delivery menu as well as an exclusive three-course menu concept coming soon: 3 courses in 30 minutes for MUR 300.


In the future, the venue will also be available for hire for corporate presentations, team-building events and workshops.


Thanks to its new space and a programme packed with live concerts, jam sessions and club nights, Lakaz is poised to retain its crown as western Mauritius’ leading nightlife and music venue. It has drawn large crowds since its reopening, with up to 900 people attending the Blakkayo concert held on the 31st of January.


The venue’s music and events programme will be published at the end of each month. Lakaz is also developing a new app which will allow customers to check the venue’s calendar of events and daily specials, and which will be launched in the coming months.


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