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Clubs, Bars & Pubs en Buenos Aires City


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El Federal

Description: Operating since 1864, El Federal is a favorite San Telmo bar. Maybe it has to do with the atmospheric old wooden interior, with its long wooden bar, lowered floor, decorative arch and antique cash register. Mostly though, it is contagious vibe that seems to spread when its cozy rooms fill with locals. Order a bottle of red and a big wooden breadboard of picadas (the Argentine version of antipasto) and settle in for the night.
Open: 07:30 - 01:30 Sun-Thu, 07:30 - 03:00 Fri & Sat
Address: cnr Perú & Carlos Calvo, San Telmo
Telephone: (011) 4300 4313 (info)

El Hipopótamo

Description: Across the road from the Británico, this old wooden bar oozes just as much charm, with its lovely antique signs on the wall, glass cabinets lined with bottles of wine ready to be consumed and jars of preserved pickles and peppers on the counter. Popular with the old-timers who dress up and head here for afternoon tea, it is just as good for a beer.
Address: Av Brasil 401, San Telmo
Telephone: (011) 4300 4313 (info)

La Cigale

Description: The dazzling lights above the big bar give this popular place a festive atmosphere, while the booths, bar lamps, and French House music, finds you wondering if you are really in Paris. That could also have something to do with the regulars, French expats and Argentines wishing they were in Paris.
Address: 25 de Mayo 722, Retiro
Telephone: (011) 4312 8275 (info)

La Peña del Colorado

Description: This lively venue - which many porteños swear is the best peña (community venue where folk music is performed in a casual environment) in the city - packs in the many locals and travelers for the live folkórica shows on Friday and Saturday night. Moreover, there is spontaneous singing and strumming on other nights. There are decent northern Argentine dishes and if you have yet to try mate, now is your chance.
Open: 20:00 - 02:00
Address: Güemes 3657, Palermo
Telephone: (011) 4822 1038 (info)

Mundo Bizarro

Description: With its vibrant red walls and retro 1950s American diner vibe, Mundo Bizarro has been a Palermo institution for some ten years. This is a great late night drinking spot where the DJs are good, the music is fun, and the cocktails keep coming.
Open: 20:00 - 03:00 Sun-Wed, 20:00 - 04:00 Thu, 20:00 - 05:00 Fri & Sat
Address: Serrano 1222, Palermo Viejo
Telephone: (011) 4773 1967 (info)

Museum

Description: Feel like partying in the middle of the week but do not want to wait till the late hours of the evening? Museum is a perfect option for those wanting to go out but a bit earlier. This venue hosts the biggest ´after office´ night in Buenos Aires. On Wednesday nights after 8 p.m., this club is full of workers in their thirties. Many enjoy dinner and then wait for the chairs to be cleared away so the party can begin. At 2 a.m. the dancing ends so workers can head home to get some rest before the new working day. Do not forget to put on a suit. Friday and Saturday nights there is a wide range of music played from 80´s to salsa music.
Tips: Enter on Wednesday before 9 p.m. and you do not have to pay the entrance fee.
Open: Wed 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., Sat and Sun from 10 p.m.
Address: Peru 535, Between Mexico and Venezuela, San Telmo neigborhood, Buenos Aires, Argentina
How to Reach: Bus 2, 9, 20, 22
Telephone: 0054 4771 9628
Web: www.museumclub.com.ar

Pacha

Description: It was the Saturday nights Clubland at Pacha that put Buenos Aires on the global clubbing map and is still considered one of the best venues today. The Pacha is huge; it has several floors, dance areas and a terrace. It is always packed till the early hours in the morning with electronic music lovers. The biggest names in the house music industry have played in this club from the Chemical Brothers to Sander Kleinenberg. There is not only good music, but also a passionate vibe which attracts people from all over. Most will stay till the DJ spins his last tune. Take your sunglasses with you and enjoy the sunrise on the terrace while listening to the newest tunes.
Tips: Have your drinks before going in which will save you a load of pesos.
Open: mid Feb-Dec. Fri from 12 a.m. Sat from 2 a.m.
Entrance Fee: Between 30 and 90 pesos. Normally around 50 pesos
Address: Costanera Rafael Obligado and La Pampa, Costanera Norte Neigborhood, Buenos Aires, Argentina
How to Reach: Bus 37, 45, 160
Telephone: 0054 4788 4280
Web: www.pachabuenosaires.com

Pride Café

Description: This groovy cafe-bar serves up some of the best coffee in town to a mostly gay crowd, along with great sandwiches and snack foods. The vibe is very laidback, although it gets packed on weekends, when it can be hard to get a table.
Open: 10:00 - 24:00
Address: Balcarce 869, San Telmo
Telephone: (011) 4300 6435 (info)

The Roxy Club

Description: Home to one of BA´s oldest and most notorious parties named club 69, this club is still the best way to pass your Thursday nights in the city. It is famous for its anti-conservancy where nothing is too much and everything is possible. Fanfares of extravagant and beautiful travesties, pin-up shows and impressive visuals make your Thursday nights complete while sweating it all to sounds of both house and techno music.
The Roxy club is less crowded and extravagant on its Fridays and Saturdays. During the week they also host several music concerts for those who enjoy live music.
Tips: Thursday night’s drag queen shows at Club 69.
Open: Thur-Sat from 11 p.m.
Entrance Fee: Between 20 and 40 pesos
Address: Federico Lacroze and Alvarez Thomas, Colegiales neighborhood, Buenos Aires, Argentina
How to Reach: Subway B Federico Lacroze. Bus 39, 93
Web: www.theroxybsas.com.ar


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