Le Nest II, however, appears the livelier and more popular of the two clubs, garishly decorated with chandeliers and kitsch wall hangings. Although it seems a lot bigger from the outside, with large doors and massive neon signs adorning its front entrance, compared to other clubs in Tianjin it can house a decent-sized crowd without feeling too uncomfortable. It features a stage on which male and female pole dancers take turns impressing the crowds and a number of Chinese singers perform Chinese love and pop songs throughout the course of the night. With the music being mainly Chinese pop and ballads it is obvious why Le Nest II is so popular with the Chinese youth however, there are moments of Western dance and even occasional indie tunes that have seemed to have bypassed other Chinese clubs. Due to this and the dance and live music acts combined with a lively yet relaxed atmosphere, with a high ceiling and tables scattered about the club, it is becoming more and more popular with expats.
Add: 78 Jianshe Lu, about a block and a half north of the intersection with Nanjing Lu, Tianjin