Bungalow 6: Apologize to anyone that had bad time at bungalow
im one of the owners and have heard about the difficult times at the door. if you had a difficult time please ask for(Sean, John or Jose) But also try to get there early, after 11 we have to shut the door down and let one in when one leaves. Bungalow 6 is a good size club but still just has so much space. we are selective because we want the best atmosphere and safety. We want you to have the best experience at our place and if you dont just let us know. Wednesday is ladies night and 7-10 we only let ladies in(no cover and free drinks) after 10 we let guys in(cover $4 and a drink with that) so guys try to get there around 10. all other nights only cover for guys, $4 and a free drink. ladies free all the time, except if we have a charity event. we have at least 2 of those a month to raise money for children of Quito. its usually $3 cover and you get a free drink and the whole door goes to charity. Quito is a great place and a lot to do here and outside quito, any questions feel free to ask us.......
Dress Code: casual
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Monique Karaoke: Monique Karaoke
An awesome place to go to in Quito to have fun. This karaoke is very local… you probably won’t meet any other foreigners there. They have mostly English and Spanish songs of course, but also some in French and Portuguese. Everybody will mix so you will have a great chance to meet new people.
I have a blog where i have more reviews about Quito nightlife by the way :
Nightlife in Quito
Quito nightlife is really great because it's a real mix of everything from latin music to techno or jazz... don't hesitate to come here!
Dress Code: No shorts or sandals!
- Work Abroad
- Gay and Lesbian
Amazonas: Amazonas Ave.
This is for the young adults...Its an area the locals refer to as Amazonas... Its located on and on the streets around Amazonas Ave. There are lots of bars and dance clubs... It is very packed on Friday nights, Friday night is the party night here!! Its very fun... I woulnt recommend going by yourself though it could be dangerous. there are usually many police officers around on amazonas but you should still be careful. Dont go onto empty roads late at night... Dangerous people around....
Dress Code: Wear clothes you would wear to go out on a friday night... dancing clothes... whatever you want its really for anyone and everyone!
- Casino and Gambling
Dirty Sanchez: Something Special
Dirty Sanchez is unique in the Mariscal area of Quito - or of whole Ecuador. They have Good Music (not just the same *** they play everywhere else), Excelent Cocktails (get a recommendation from the bartender), very Friendly service and last but not least nice Prices. They also run a monthly electronic rave as well as other events like the brownie Festival.
Dress Code: don't go naked. (well, as a girl you could ask bartender for a free shot)
- Arts and Culture
- Budget Travel
ZABISTRO BAR!: F.U.N. NIGHT!!!!!!!!VERY
THE AMAZONAS IS THE PLACE TO BE..BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY SOME FRIENDS HAD RECOMMENDED THIS ONE IN PARTICULAR...WE KARAOKED AT FIRST, DRANK, AND DANCED ALL NIGHT!! ME IN PARTICULAR , I HOOKED UP, SO DID MY GIRLFRIEND...IT'S BY LA PINTA AND REINA VICTORIA !!!!!!
Dress Code: MAYBE A JACKET OR SWEATER FOR THE WIND, BUT DEFINATELY SOMETHING LIGHT UNDER
Finn McCool's: Pretty much what you'd expect
I know its pretty corny going to an Irish in somewhere like Ecuador. However this was my 1st of the trip in S America and I've found this sort of things a useful starting point to get the feel of a place as there will always be English speakers in the clientele (my Spanish is improving but its still at a pretty rubbish standard).
This bar is on Joaquin Pinto, 1 block away from the main social cross section at Reina Victoria and Foch.
Its billed as an Irish and is run by an Irish guy. Its largely what you'd expect. Just a regular bar with a few Guiness logos on the walls and an assortment of sporting jerseys from Gaelic sports. There's a pool table, table football and a dart board. There's no live music though and music is provided by a dj. There's plenty tvs around for showing football from Europe and also North American sports.
It was pretty busy without being over packed. Its started to wind down around 1 am. I was there on my own but I found easy enough to get conversation with other people when hanging around the bar area.
Dress Code: Casual
Bungalow: A happening place on Weds night
I must confess I thought my days in places like this were long gone but, well what can I say.
I ended up rolling in here on Weds night. It was $9 to get in that covered 2 complimentary drinks.
The place was packed with revelers, all friendly and having a good time and not a sign of trouble. If drinking and dancing with hundreds of others doing the same is your thing, you could do a lot worse than here.
Vauzza, Cerebro, Zocalo,...
Vauzza, Cerebro, Zocalo, Tequila Rock
De todo un poco...There's a little something for everyone in Quito. My best times were spent all over the city.
Dress Code: Anything goes!! (But please no jeans in Vauzza or Cerebro)
Ballet Folklorico Nacional Jacchigua: Folkloric Show
This troupe puts on a Folkloric music and dance show every Wednesday night and the new Casa De Cultura.
- Theater Travel
- Arts and Culture
El Aguijon: Do you want Ritmo?
El Aguijon es mucho mas que una disco, es tambien un centro cultural, donde podes encontrar exposiciones, y musica en vivo, y los viernes y sabados go to Dance!
Dress Code: En el corazon de la noche de Quito
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