It is located in the fashionable neighborhood of Palermo Soho. This disco currently occupies in the place where “La Argentina” used to be. It is bar and disco at the same time. The bar is amazing due to the broad range of drinks it offers at reasonable prices and the ones that stand out are Martín and Daiquiri. It serves Mexican food until 2am (you can choose from tacos, quesadillas, nachos, and other delicious dishes at moderate prices).
The disco is on the high ground where the local bands play and the resident DJs.
It opens of Thursday, Wednesday and Saturday. The doors open at 11:00pm and they normally close around 6am.
It is located only two blocks from the mega club Amerika, and consists of a pre-dance circuit frequented by gays. It is advisable to go early, being that it normally gets crowded. It offers a phone system that allows for communication from table to table. There are regular transvestite shows and special events.
Since it’s opening in July 1998, Niceto Club immediately became the musical referent in the area of Palermo.
Today Niceto Club is to be considered the only place in Buenos Aires where such a big diversity of styles, artists and audiences converge. Many local and international artists have performed in its stage and booth, whereas in the two dance floors it hosts many parties ranging from pop and rock to reggae, hip hop, electronica, tango, soul, funk and more…
This exclusive resto-show-disco is located in the exclusive area of the “arcos de Palermo” (arches of Palermo) among the green of the forests and in front of the planetarium.
It is characterized for having “hot” women starring a striptease show in which they invite the people on the tables to become part of the show.
It has an intern space with two VIP sectors (one on an upper level) and four different bars.
Afterwards, we can access the patio that becomes very crowded on sunny days. Its roof is completely removable, therefore, you are left under the moonlight underneath a sky filled with stars.
The bars have different beverage brands as sponsors and the music ranges from the classics from the 80s and 90s to the current Latin hits, passing through dance and house music.
Graduation parties are usually held here.
This is a gay disco that works in an industrial building that dates back to the 19th century. It takes place on Fridays and Sundays. This place is shared with another disco called Big one, that works on Saturdays.
This is the city’s biggest gay nightclub, popularly deemed a must for visitors. The public that converges here is an attraction in itself, due to its diversity, you will become part of this extremely bizarre experience as well. However, the common premise is having fun. Everything is available to everyone, and the club is intended to let oneself go by the proposals: three dance floors that play techno music (the main one), Latin hits, and the ‘80s classics.
This modern disco opened its doors a few years ago replacing “The Palace” in the building that used to be the seat for La Buenos Aires Building, built a century ago. It was a symbol of the Belle Epoque.
Its façade keeps its original style, although once you cross the door you can see the sophistication of its space which has been given an ambience of an appropriate criteria.
It has a restaurant of the Crizia company that opens at 10.30 that you can only access if you have booked in advance. There is a limited menu that varies according to the day and that invites to a toast to the tables of only women, after dessert.
The disco opens at 00.30, first on the main dance floor with a hip-hop show, later turning into techno music that keeps on playing for the whole night.
The “basement” opens a while later, and it attracts those who like dance music mixed with international rock and some techno and house tracks.
It is ideal for people of 20 years on; the favorite drink is strawberry daiquiri, which requires certain skills to be prepared.
Address: Av. Costanera, Punta Carrasco s/n – Costanera Norte
This is a very exclusive discotheque oriented to a very specific sphere of the population. Not anyone can enter this place. It is common to find celebrities on its dance floors or on the other side of them, where there is restricted access.
Tecno music predominates in the main dance floor where there normally are famous DJs from all over the world performing. The miscellaneous music can be found in the following dance floor, which is smaller.
Many fist level events are held here which makes it a point of reference for the porteños who are engaged in said environment.
Wednesday night is highly recommended as well as a decent outfit.
Address: Costanera Norte y La Pampa s/n – Costanera Norte
Pachá is the biggest discotheque in Buenos Aires, a fact that is known by everyone since it inaugurated. Since it is in front of the river, it reminds of the Mediterranean sea along with the fact that Ibiza is where its original house stands.
Its restaurant offers a Mediterranean cuisine also corresponding to its origins. It opens at 6pm for dinner and then it gets packed with people after midnight. In general, the party continues until around 8am.
On the dance floors the music that predominates is techno, house and dance, where the DJs play a crucial role and they have international recognition. It also normally organizes events with guest DJs that gather a large amount of public.
It also opens its doors for the youngest as a “matinee” on Saturdays at 7pm.
Club Pacha is within Pacha, but it’s public is more exclusive. It is for young adults and it opens on Saturday nights. There is no entrance fee and it functions with a guest list system. It constitutes a different option for a small groups. It offers excellent pizza and Fallemanol, that is crème ice-cream, Bailey’s and whiskey.