Museum, Buenos Aires
I went to this place yesterday May 8th, 2009.
Nice structure, music ok (I don't like regaton, but I understand a lot of people do)
I got very disapointed with my drink. I ordered a margarita, my favorite drink, so I drunk it in several places. It was undrinkable. The higyine where the drinks were prepared was not good so I guess the mixer was not rinsed. So the drink had something i guess from liquors and whiskey. I couldn't drink it at all.
A lot of people was buying bottles. I guess in this place thats the way to go :(
Museum (or Museo) has taken over what used to be Opera Bay's domain: Wednesday night. This place is absolutely huge. It is three levels, with the first level hosting a seemingly never ending dance floor without an inch of free space. Museum is filled with the after work crowd and stays rocking through most of the night. Great spot during the week if your on vacation, could lead to problems if you actually have to work the next day : (
Dress Code: Pretty upscale. Afterwork crowd usually comes in suits.
Great spot to party early on Wednesday from 7 - 12 (1900-2400) and thats it. Beautiful women and an overall attractive crowd having a good time. As for the interior itself its not much to look at but u have 4 balconies to look from.
The music isnt slamming, typical mixed office crowd tunes early on until they clear the tables from the dance floor around 11 and then it gets a bit more hipper. The drink of choice is either Heinekens ( 6 pesos) or vodka and speed. The bars are makeshift banquet style and not set up for volume. The bartenders are slow (zero showmanship or motivation ) probably because the crowds on the cheap side when it comes to tipping like in most places i have been to. Light show is a few intelebeams and they have videos up on a few movie screens. This place is great for one reason: The beautiful ladies
If u want the ladies but in a more upscale enviroment Oprah Bay runs the smae after office gig on this night as well.
Dress Code: casual - stylish office attire 90 percent of the men have collared shirts but i dont think there is a dress code
as for the ladies as always Argentine ladies are always in fashion and sexy
if you are free and you want to go out, take a drink, dance good music, etc... Museum is the best place to go! from the 7:00pm
Museum was designed by G. Eiffel (who built the Tower Eiffel) and preserve in its architectural style the same characteristics that possesses the Tower in Paris. Has capacity for 1.500 members of a household and harbors a total of 3.000 persons in the Disk. It counts on sound and of the latest generation lights, gigantic screens and the best attention for People that seeks passing it well in a different and special place.
Dress Code: Men: Not tie, but.....good dress
Exclusive for greater of 26 years. Entrances: $ 10 w/drink
I don't even know where to begin with this place. Massive. Truly massive. And the only club that opens up and gets hopping at a decent hour. We arrived at about 8pm on a Wednesday, and it was already packed. Inside is like a huge warehouse, with 3 levels of balconies running around the perimeter. This lightshow is incredible and the sound system is amazing. At about 10pm they turn the music up and the place really starts pumping. They have bars on every level of the balcony and seating is by reservation only -- at least on the busy nights. But here's the thing about this place, it's not listed in any tour guide or travel book. Nor could I find a mention of it on the Internet or on VT. So, my advice is to write to Sofia (sof76) here on VT, and she'll give you the low-down. Trust me, this club will not disappoint you.
Dress Code: Dressy Casual.