El Living, Buenos Aires

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M. T. de Alvear 1540 4811-4730

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    El Living: Interesting place

    by skovmand Updated Jan 6, 2007

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    This place was a bit strange for me - but anyway I had a very good time there.

    Strange because the DJs are playing music videos they seem to have copied from MTv or similar TV channels. This gives a very bad flow in the music - but on the other hand it is entertaining to see the videos blown up in big scale.

    A good time because people are very freindly and open to meet new foreign people like me. It was impossible to spend money because of the low cost of drinks and beers.

    They have 2 different dance floors. One play everything from Beatles and Lennon to Coleplay - The other plays 80's music and later hits, from Erasure to Haddaway.
    Entrence costs 15 Pesos (5 USD) and beers cost 5 Pesos.

    It is people mainly in their 20'ies and it is not high class without being trashy.

    They get going around 2AM and close at 6AM - then guests continue to "after party" (crazy argentinians)

    Dress Code: VERY casual. Noone was dressed up at all. I was wearing a blazer as probably the only one.

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    El Living: Just as its name: Living (room) (with dancefloor)

    by sabrina_florida Updated Jan 14, 2006

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    This is my favourite place in Buenos Aires. This is a big apartment which was made into a disco/lounge. There are 2 different rooms, one is like a chill out area with sofas, where they play videos in a big screen (lots of music frm the 90s and 80s) and then in the other room there's a Dj, so people dance. You get electronic, house or music from the 80s and 90s. No latin music at all.
    The drinks are cheaper than in other places. For example a daiquiri is usually 10 pesos in most places, but here it's 7.
    People are above 25 years old.
    You can go there to have dinner (make a reservation!) and then stay to dance or just sit in the sitting area.

    Dress Code: Casual. Jeans and sneakers accepted.

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