Oaxaca Nightlife

Whether you’re looking for a dive bar, swanky lounge, or all-hours nightclub, we’ve got you covered.

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Atemoztli Foro

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Owned and run by musicians, Atemoztli Foro resto-bar overlooks Zicatela Beach from an airy second-floor dance floor in the heart of the...

Bar Fly

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Bar Fly is the place to party to the hottest techno, house, electronic, and dance music mixes by local and visiting DJs. Popular on theme...

Bar de La Musique

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In the northern village of San Felipe del Agua, one of the most affluent areas of the city, this dance–show bar attracts a predominantly...

Café Central

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It's a superhip spot that screens art flicks, hosts concerts and plays, and brings in the occasional DJ for late-night dancing. The roof...

Candela

  • Dance Clubs

You can dance to live salsa music every night at the most popular club in town. ...

Casa Babylon

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Set under a dramatic dome and filled with masks and artwork, Casa Babylon is a magical blend of book exchange, coffee shop, and nightclub.

Comala

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Bring a flashlight to read the menu at this dimly lighted café. A mostly young, mostly local crowd sips amusingly titled drinks (try...

La Condesa

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La Condesa has two locations, the larger and better of which is in the center of the city. Housed in a wonderful colonial building, it...

La Crema

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One of the most personable and funky bars in the area is also the oldest. Overlooking the town square, La Crema serves well-mixed cocktails...

La Farola

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La Farola has been serving drinks to locals since 1916—and some of the patrons, it seems, might have been there when the joint opened...

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