Great night spot for some not for others. In the last few years they have moved from rocknroll to techno dance music. Gone is the 1 1/2 meter pool and the extended 2nd floor dance platform. They still have contest and conga/tiquilla line and lots of fun but it's more for young dance crowd. My brother & I were grossed out. We decided to leave and went upstairs to the bathroom. There sits a man with quitar playing rock & roll. He had two baskets for tips. One said "for my children" and the other " for my marijuana". For some reason he had alot in the 2nd basket. So we stood there about 1/2 hour with others. He wasn't bad, tipped & left.
Dress Code: For some people, on some nights it's partially optional.
Now here's a fun, unpretentious place to spend a night in Cancun. Senor Frogs has a bit of everything - two bars, dancing, audience participation, great special effects. And did I mention the two bars? It really does everything that Margaritaville does, only in a much bigger way. And it's probably not a great place for the kids, especally at night. Join the conga line - you'll get free shots! And a free shot glass too.
I really enjoyed my night at Senor Frogs. There was a good reggae band playing there the night I was, and there's always something going on in between sets. Oh, and the best part: no cover charge!
Senor Frogs is definitely a must-do while in Cancun. Highly recommended.
Dress Code: Totally casual.
My friend and I went to Senor Frogs - knowing that it would be a party place for the 18 - 25 year old crowd - but had to go anyways. As expected, you walk in and get your yard glass for beer. Drinks were expensive, the place was packed, and music was playing.
If you want to blow off some steam and get drunk - this is the place to go. If you are looking for quality above quantity - then I would suggest somewhere else. ANYWHERE else.
Dress Code: As long as you have flip flops, tshirt and shorts - you are fine. You will probably get spilled on.
Pretty kewl place with great food and classic cocktails, make sure you tip! Waiter gave me a dirty look because I didn't tip him, but I completely forgot, so the next day I went up and gave him a tip 'STOP GIVING ME EVILS!' hehe! nah not really gave him $10 dollars as he was really nice and friendly!!! A restaurant by day and party atmosphere at night, Senor Frog's Restaurant and Bar in Cancun is one of the most popular spots for those on vacation in the area. When the sun sets, put on your dancing shoes and get ready to spend the evening with 1500 of your closest friends. And don't worry if you haven't met everyone, you will before the night's over.
With daily live music, DJs, contests and karaoke, this bar is always going until the early morning hours. And if that's not enough, there's even a water slide that leads from the venue out to the lagoon. So don't forget your bathing suit.
Dress Code: sssooooo formal! YEAH RITE!! Nah, it's just whatever you want, not your birthday suit though, thats illegal...i think?!
Okay, this is a fun place. Live music and the crowd is always involved. This place, like many, doesn't get going until after 10:00, so make sure you take a good siesta. I haven't eaten there, however, any one who has says it is pretty good.
Check to see if they are up and running again. The last picture I saw of this place it was in the lagoon.
Dress Code: Casual.
On our first night in Cancun, we celebrated at Senor Frogs. The night we were there, M TV was there hosting some show. The place was wild and crowded so we ended up standing/dancing ON one of the bars! If you like a crowd you'll love this place!!!
There's also a long tube (looks like a hamster cage tunnel) slide inside of the bar. M TV was getting volunteers to slide down it into the bay outside (you can see where it comes out from the deck/patio). The catch is you had to go down with a bag full of hotdog buns (why? I don't know) swim back and eat them all ....even soggy! For this each guy that did it received 50 USD. How silly right?
It was a fun and wild evening. I don't know what the place is like when M TV is not there, but this night was crazy!!!!
Dress Code: I am pretty sure there is NO dress code! *grin*
This restaurant/bar is always jumpin' with crazy tequilla shots at midnight and even crazier waiters. This is always a good place to go if you're not too sure about what to do. It's got a waterslide at the top of the building which spits you out into the lake.
Dress Code: None.
Senor Frogs is a restaurant-bar that offers a unique dining and partying experience.
A casual and fun atmosphere with nightly live entertainment, M.C's, karaoke and D.J.'s playing oldies, hip-hop and rock' n roll hits. Waiters turn into performers, you never know what to expect here....dine in balloon hats, enter dancing and drinking contests on stagfe, but beware, you may end up going down their waterslide.
Dress Code: Wear whatever. No dress requirements.
l went here a couple of times and the party was always very lively. The best part was the congo lines of tequila even if it was pretty watered down and you can't forget the yard glasses. Overall very lively crowd with something always going on the stage, even went up there a few times myself.
Dress Code: warm fun summer vacation clothes
Senor Frogs is a really neat place to go for a nightlife. David and I went the second night on a club hopping trip and had a blast. The club can hold about 1,000 or so people and features all kinds of stuff ranging from live music, to DJs, contests and karaoke. The bar like most other ones in Cancun closes at 3am. This club is really popular with the younger people between the ages of like 18 and 30. This is not to say that older people would not enjoy themselves, it is just that this club caters to a younger generation of music. It is not as crowded as Coco Bongo which is also an added bonus. Senor Frogs also has a water slide which leads from the venue out to the lagoon. This is a really neat thing when it is open for use. When David and I were there people were using the slide and it was just crazy. It looked like alot of fun, but I didn't try it. Cover charge at Senor Frogs is $5 after 8pm and includes a souvenir yard glass. You have to pay to have it filled up with whatever you choose. The cool thing for David and I was that our resort included a free cover charge to get in. Many of the All Inclusive hotels offer free cover with their wristbands so look out for that.
Dress Code: Again typical nightclub dress.
All I can say is wow...it doesn't look that big on the outside but it's huge inside. Different types of parties going on different nights, a Dos Equis party was going on the night we were there. They also switched between karaoke and a DJ. The crowd is friendly and fun and the atmosphere is very upbeat and casual.
Dress Code: Casual dress.
Over all not bad at all I think that I had the most fun out of the list of clubs here crowded loud and exciting druing spring break but not overly expensive will definitely return this year when in Cancun
Senor Frogs is great because of its atmosphere and decor. There are wood shavings all over the floor, all different types of signs and quotes filling up wall space, and an old VW Beetle on the ceiling. They sell you those huge yard glasses that you fill up as much as you want and people with whistles walk around trying to sell you shots of sweet liquor. There is also a place out back where you can get some fresh air, rest your ears, and sit at the tables on the dock overlooking the water as you continue to get wasted.
Dress Code: In some cases it seems like the skimpier the better. But to be fair, it does get hot with all that dancing and all those people. I say if you wear a bathing suit to a bar/club, put on a skirt too.
While it was fun ... Senor Frogs was one big trap for Americans. We got there just before the staff did their little "show" -- except it wasn't so little. The show lastest at least 45 minutes. It was good way to get the crowd involved since they pull you on on stage and start an incredibly long congo line. However, if you don't get pulled up or if you don't like that sort of attention, the night can get long there. While I was pulled on stage by a couple of waiters, my friends were miserably bored.
Dress Code: Anything goes
The restaurant opens at midday and continues through until midnight serving international type food such as pizza, pasta, steak, chicken and of course Mexican dishes such as fajitas and enchiladas. The restaurant at Senor Frogs has capacity for up to 300 customers. During the evening the venue has capacity for up to 1500 people with daily live music, DJs, contests and karaoke the bar closes at 3am. Popular with the younger crowd it's always busy during Spring and Summer break. Senor Frogs also has a water slide which leads from the venue out to the lagoon, this is not always open though.