Oaxaca Nightlife

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Comala Review

Bring a flashlight to read the menu at this dimly lighted café. A mostly young, mostly local crowd sips amusingly titled drinks (try the Dr. Pepe—beer, tequila, amaretto, and coffee liqueur) and chills out to the latest indie-rock sensations. Although the red walls adorned with crosses and gargoyles suggest a Goth crowd, it attracts more young professionals than creatures of the night.

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  • Address: Allende 109, across from Santo Domingo church Centro Histórico, Oaxaca City, Oaxaca 68000 | Map It
  • Phone: No phone.
  • Location: Oaxaca City

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