Broder: Club Broder
Broder is one the best places to party if you're young, people that go are usually between 18-23 years old, is always open bar of rum and vodka, it opens on Tuesdays , Thursdays and Saturdays. The cover is most of the time like $7 dollars. The music is really good you would hear electro, salsa, reggaeton everything!. I completely recommend it!
Dress Code: Dress casual no that fancy, no flip flops , no tanks top
- School Holidays
Hipaa Hipaa Managua: a trip to the third World
I would not recommend this club. It shows you why Nicaragua is a third world Country. I took an American-Hindu friend of mine there. We were well dress, but my friend, (who looks like a local), was deny entrance to the club. This happened two nights in a row. The first night, we got the excuse they were having a private birthday party. We thought it was kind of wierd to close a club on a Friday for a Birthday party, but we gave them the benefit of the doubt. However, on the second night, we already had a few friends from the states in the club, but when my Hindu friend arrived, he got the same excuse, "Do you have an invitation? We are having a private party". It was a very disappointing and awakening experience to see how "locals", (my hindu friend), were discriminated by the same locals. To make a story short, we ended up leaving the stablishment and going to Moods Night Club. Moods was just a few blocks away, and it was a bit more refined. Everyone who worked there was amicable. Moods is located at the Santo Domingo Shopping Plaza. Definitely a much better crowd and service.
Dress Code: As I said before, I would avoid going to Hipaa Hipaa.
Alianza francesa, Managua: Alianza francesa, Managua
Presents international film at 8 pm every Wednesday to Saturday. And it's FREE!!