THE best place to go in town....
People generally gets there by 11:00pm and the party always go till 4 or 5:00am.
Besides the live music they still have a disco and a lounge on the second floor...
Don't miss it....
Dress Code: Casual. I mean, there are no rules concerning clothes. It's ok if you go on your jeans and t-shirt.
If you read my restaurant tip about Cariri you should have an idea about it, behind the main room of the restaurant there is a dancing, live music with very good local bands, almost exclusively forró style. The forró is a tipical music style of the northeast of Brasil, extremely sensual, both dancers very tightened, cheek to cheek and moving very similar to lambada. Rivers of beer and dishes to restore batteries along the whole night. Nobody needs a previous introducing ceremony to invite dancing anyone, you ask and the ladies does accept smiling, then just start dancing, or trying to do it. For them this rythm is so natural, but for us is a bit difficult to follow them... bah, for me is impossible, but I made my best effort...
At last, exciting, funny, hectic, and lovely place.
Entrance fee R$ 25 (individual) e R$ 100 (table)
One dollar = 2.5 Reales in april 2005
Dress Code: There aren't special requirements, use your own dress code, it's OK.
There are 2 major clubs (Tequila Café and Colisseo) here in Aracaju, the place you go for drinking and dancing. But before showing up in one of those places, we are used to stop by a bar and have some beers first. You can have both bottled beer and the one from the tap, which we call “Chopp”.
Chopp 13 is one of the places I would suggest for a stop before going deep into the night. People are used to get there by 7:00PM and the best days are From Wednesday to Saturday. As a native I would say I have no problems in communicating, but if you speak something close to Portuguese or Spanish the waiters will be always there willing to help you. And if by any chance you find me there, be my guest!
Dress Code: If you are in your jeans and a clean t-shirt, that's ok!