Nightlife and Entertainment in GuadalajaraEdit This
Guadalajara will provide you with an exciting evening as this city is a music lover’s paradise. You can find any kind of music to enjoy in the nightclubs and bars in the city.
The Capitol Club
The Capitol Club will impress you with its variety of music and drinks. It is located very close to some of the sightseeing venues in town and is in a renaissance style building that will take your breath away.
Der Krug Brauhaus
If you would enjoy going to a place reminiscent of a German Beer House, Der Krug Brauhaus is the place to go. There are two locations in Guadalajara in the downtown area and in the Providencia are. This pub will provide you with a variety of locally brewed beers that use traditional processes used in Germany.
Hard Rock Café
The Hard Rock Café is as popular in Guadalajara as it is in the United States. The food is great and have fun looking at all the historical memorabilia that is plastered all over the walls. It is located in Centro Magno or the commercial center and don’t forget to try the wings. Local Bands play live during the weekend.
La Maestranza is a cantina in the downtown area. Interestingly enough it is also a bullfighting museum. The cantina is in an old graceful building and has been around since 1940 and is open every day starting at noon. Check out the history on matadors while you visit.
La Santa is a lounge that the locals love. It has a great selection of drinks and dishes and a DJ provides the music for dancing or just listening.
Primer Piso is a bar with really good music and also provides different coffees, wines, other drinks and cheese and cold cut platters. The music is smooth jazz and you can sit back and relax while meeting friends and talking.
If you are looking for something fast with Salsa music playing you need to go to Tropigala to dance the night away. This club is hugely popular. There is a giant dance floor, buffet dinner, and a live show that would rival any Las Vegas show.
Café La Paloma
Want to mingle with the locals and discuss politics or everyday life. Do it at Café La Paloma in the bohemian atmosphere that attracts intellectuals and poets. Sunday there is a buffet but the rest of the time you can choose from simple local dishes and some great beverages.
Guadalajara will keep you up all night and having the time of your life.