By the end of 2004, a series of restaurants and bars opened around an old market called Abasto. The market closed years ago leaving the area in a state of decadence. However, these new bars and restaurants have brought new life to the neighborhood.
Located along Miguel Lillo Street, the bars offer live music as well as dancing for different ages and groups (Argentine Rock, House and Chill-out, etc.)
Dress Code: Casual clothes in all cases
Almost everyday, but specially on weekends, this corner becomes the gathering point for lots of young people who want to enjoy some time among friends + good food and drinking. It's a very small area with some bars ranging from very simple to quite trendy styles.
Yerba Buena is part of the Greater San Miguel de Tucuman area. During the last years, plenty of bars, restaurants and discos have opened in this area, specially along Aconquija Avenue. On weekend nights, the city bustles with activity, specially during summer since the temperature is 4 or 5 degrees lower than in downtown Tucuman.
25 de Mayo is the "social" street and one the most important nightlife spots. Along 9 blocks of this street, from Independencia Sq. up to Urquiza sq., you'll find lots of cafes, restaurants and bars as well as other places devoted to entertainment. It's the best place if you want to see and be seen.
Nightlife in Tucuman starts around 9 or 10pm and continues till 2 or 3am on weekdays, and 5, 6, 7 or 8am on weekends!