Por ser un destino elegido por la mayoría de los chicos para sus viajes de egresados, para la gente que hace un tiempo que pasó por esa etapa, puede parecer una guardería en algunos lugares y momentos.
Los clubes están muy buenos, pero a veces, influenciados por el estilo de música que está de moda para ese público tan púber, puede tornarse como un cumpleaños de 15, desde la cumbia a los pésimos rock n' rolles argentinos.
Más allá de eso, siempre hay clubes más exclusivos y donde se puede ir sin tener que estar en contacto con ese otro tipo de gente tan frecuente en Bariloche.
Eviten cualquier boliche como By Pass, clásico para egresados, con rítmos de cumbia y Bersuit; en lo personal el peor lugar para salir en Bariloche.
Sino siempre está la alternativa de los pubs.
Dress Code: La forma de vestir variará según el lugar, como es obvio, un club exclusivo no permitirá el acceso a gente mal vestida, pero los boliches estudiantiles no tienen ningún tipo de prejuico con respecto a eso.
- School Holidays
Frantom: Small Tango Show with Personal Touch
This is the only tango show I've seen, so I don't have anything to compare it to. I suspect that the tango shows in Buenos Aires may be better, but this one was good in my opinion. The thing I liked best about this show is that the audience was small, with about 8 different tables of about 2-4 people per table. This is a pretty good ratio, considering there are 6 tango performers. At some point in the show each audience person has been up on the floor to participate. Also if you buy the dinner with the show, the food is good. They have many different courses and champagne is included at the end. I think the dinner plus show cost about $40 US dollars per person.
Appetizer - Small shot of vino caliente (hot wine that tastes sweet), 2 empanadas, tomatoes and white cheese
Main Meal - I had steak with some sort of sauce on it. It was yummy. The steak wasn't very big, but they brought so many courses, we were definitely FULL.
Dessert - Gelato ice cream, pieces of chocolate
Glass of Champagne
Dress Code: There is no dress code. The town of Bariloche seems pretty casual to me.
- Arts and Culture
Caras: Pub by the lake
Caras is a pub in front of Playa Bonita (km 8.6). It has some nice drinks, a few things and good music. It's also called an "after beach". Since it's on front of the most popular beach, most of the people go there afterwards to drink some beer.
Dress Code: No dress code required
There are tons of discos in Bariloche. In fact so many that I do not remember. And in fact I do not like discos very much. But if you do you will definitely have a good time as there are hughe places with different levels and kinds of music so you can be at one place and go from spot to spot until you find the one of your prefference.
To mention some:
Dress Code: Generally the dress code in Bariloche is very casual so you do not have to prepare anything fancy. Most of the discos are full of very young people specially in the peak of the sky season which is between June and September.
You can definitely wear jeans and not coats or ties are required.
By Pass: A must in Bariloche!
This disco is one of the best-known in Bariloche, because of its show featuring laser lights mainly. The music is not that good (to my liking) but for those who like modern/pop/dance music it'll do.
Dress Code: No sneakers
Jeans are OK