This place combines disco and restaurant in a sophisticated ambience with an excellent design. The style of the architecture is art deco, with the Marcelino Tomasella touch.
It has a stage for live performances and shows. The total capacity is of 2000 people and the restaurant can host up to 600. It offers international cuisine in charge of the well known European chef Roby Cataldo whose specialty are Mediterranean dishes.
It also has a VIP area for the celebrities in which the most exclusive events, presentations, parties, etc take place.
The music is in charge of the DJ resident Javier D-May, and it has a clear tendency to house and tecno music.
The disco has 90 private garages and parking lots with security staff with a capacity for 1000 vehicles, the price of this service is not included in the entrance ticket. It is the place of choice of the young adults (ages from 22 on). Follia organizes special events of high level.
It opens for dinner at 9:30pm.
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…
Costa Maroc is a different place within the Costa Salguero complex. It is a mega-space that hosts 3500 people, with a restaurant of international cuisine, four dance floors to dance to the rhythm of the music you like the most and to vary the tendency during the night. There are also twelve bars that have a very appealing menu of drinks. It also has a terrace area that is very nice to be in during summer.
A piece of the Rio de Janeiro in the middle of San Telmo, as it is defined as. The building is kept just as many others in the neighborhood; a façade of colonial style and once you cross the entrance door, it surprises because of its colors and its live decoration that represents Brazil.
It is not the ideal place to stay quiet since the music makes your body move by itself. The iced caipirinhas which are the house’s speciality contribute to what has been stated before.
It opens at 10pm for a light dinner that does not prevent dancing later at 1am. On Wednesdays there are lambada lessons and they are Bossa Nova bands live presentations.
This exclusive place (for people of 25 years old on) gives us the idea of where the idea of the theme decoration came from as soon as you arrive to its entrance.
It opened in 1986 as a result of the imagination of a group of friends who wanted something different in the city. In order to make their dream come true, they made a trip to the United States of America and they did a research on the museums that informed them on the far west. Based on said information and the pictures that they took, they built this theme restaurant with show and disco. It is filled with replicas of the buildings that were in the states inhabited by cowboys in 1860.
The musical orientation is based on local and international classics that were hits in the past decades. The “saloon” is surrounded by boxes that grant privacy.
Dinner, that consists of quality international cuisine and that has reasonable prices, starts at 11pm and the disco opens at 1am on Fridays, Saturdays and holiday’s eves. The shows are musicals, comedies, or magic.
This disco is the former “Subsound” and it always constituted a good escape for the ones who wanted to listen to good electronic music that separated from the trends.
The public loves tecno and house music that is the one that predominates in its two dance floors.
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.