Nairobi is not a fair city to live in, especially if you are on a tight budget. Circa 2010 an energetic music group aptly captured life in the city in a catchy song. The group was P-Unit and the song was Una. Since then, 8 years later, nothing much has changed. In fact, when it comes to prices, the sky seems to be the limit.

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"After Work” hook-ups are a Nairobi culture and I know friends who have a meeting every day. Some days peeps want to stay the whole evening while others you just want to catch up with an old friend on your way home. Other times, you want to meet a business interest in a place that is not so official, maybe, just to hear them out. Most of the times, though, you just want a drink.

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"After Work” hook-ups are a Nairobi culture and I know friends who have a meeting every day. Some days peeps want to stay the whole evening while others you just want to catch up with an old friend on your way home. Other times, you want to meet a business interest in a place that is not so official, maybe, just to hear them out. Most of the times, though, you just want a drink.

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If there was anything I liked about Charlie’s Bistro, it was the location. The CBD is too crowded. When clubs skirt around the central business district it sort of limits who can go there. CBD just doesn’t seem safe anymore and so whenever I hear of new joints opening shop in the CBD I cringe, and it is the same reaction I had with Charlie’s Bistro.

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