Behind a swirling, black and white facade is Tokyo, a club many consider to be Theatron’s little brother thanks to its similar pay for entry and get free drinks policy. Slightly smaller, slightly cheaper but still every bit as fun, Tokyo is a great place to end up if you start drinking in Parque 93.
Cra. 15 # 97 – 22
Sleek, chic and full of class, Romeo is the latest hot-spot on the Bogota gay scene. Although drinks can be pricey, you pay for what you get here since cocktails are good and the music is excellent. A great choice for a night out.
Cll 62 # 11-49
The mother of all the gay clubs, Theatron is the biggest gay disco in Latin America and is famous for its multiple rooms playing everything from R&B to salsa to techno. Expect live performances from artists such as Britney Queers, and expect the unexpected.
Cl. 58 # 10-34
More gay-friendly than gay, Armando records is expensive but worth it. Set in an open air bar, the music is a selection of house, electro and a little bit of brit-pop. It’s the place to go to rub shoulders with marketing, publishing, creative types who probably have an Apple Mac and enjoy a decent latte.
Calle 85 # 14 – 46
The End (Piso 30)
In one of Bogota’s tallest buildings is The End, a club that overlooks the city from 360 degrees. The view caps off what is an excellent night out, since the music is always banging and the atmosphere pumping. Again, more gay-friendly than gay but definitely worth checking out.
Cr 10 # 27-51