Asunción Nightlife

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    Casa Clari: Local's spot with a great view

    by DSwede Updated May 20, 2012

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    Having a few local friends really helps to find the nice places in quick fashion. The bar Casa Clari has a great veranda to enjoy the fresh air and evenings. Couple that with a great view of the Palacio de los López, and it makes a memorable and comfortable stop.

    The service may not be the greatest, but it by no means bad. The prices are much less than some of the other bars so it is easy to overlook the slight short comings in service. The food is good too.

    Typical on weekends and special occasions, the bar also has live music. For their schedules, check the website.

    During the day, the same complex, (Manzana de la Rivera) where the bar is located, is a museum which offers many fixed as well as rotating displays.

    Dress Code: The dress code is very casual. Some people may dress up a bit more simply because they have come from work at the end of a day. However if you dress for the weather, you will be fine.

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    Astoria: Beer bar with lots of outside seating

    by DSwede Updated May 9, 2012

    Astoria is a pretty popular night spot. They do have a food menu, with decent quality, but most people come for the atmosphere and the drinks.

    There are two large open air patios on the main floor with overhead canopies to protect from the hot sun or possible rain. There is also a good size veranda on the second floor. Of course there are lots of places inside to choose from, ranging from tables to lounge chairs. There is always some music on the radio, but thanfully it is set on a good volume so that you can talk at normal levels.

    The beer menu is fairly large and even has three artesianal brews available on tap (Golden, Irish and Weiss).

    Dress Code: The dress code here is casual, but some people will typically be dressed up a bit more. Anything from sandals to suits will be just fine.

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    Kilkenny's Pub: Good pub and music, 7-days a week

    by DSwede Written Apr 26, 2012

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    Kilkenny's is a lively place. I passed by nearly every day of the week and there is always something going on. Some days is more casual, but on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays it is an outright party.

    Early in the afternoon, the atmosphere will be more of a pub and in the later hours it can transform into a loud club depending on if there is a band or DJ.

    Regardless, the drink menu is expansive and they have a fairly good selection of beers. The food decent too, but may not be the selling point of coming here.

    Dress Code: The dress code is casual, but most people will dress a little nicer on the weekends.

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  • Various: General re Asuncion nightlife

    by socheid Updated Feb 11, 2012

    I had a weekend in Asuncion. I'm not pretending to be any sort of an expert but here's a few observations based on my visit there 2 weeks ago.

    First thing is that people in Asuncion drink three things; beer, beer and beer. I can't think of anywhere I have ever been where there is such a mass consumption of beer and such little consumption of any other alcoholic drink. I asked someone about this who said to me that Paraguayans are the world's second highest beer drinkers per head of population. They love the stuff.

    There doesn't seem to be much in the city centre. I'm not saying there isn't anything there but there doesn't seem to be much in terms of a strip of bars / clubs in the centre.

    A little to the East of the city is the Britannia Pub on Cerro Corra. This seems to be a well know and no doubt many English speaking first time visitors to Asuncion will go there as an easy option for a first bar to visit. They have signs up advertising that their craziest night is a night during the week (Weds I think) when they have an after office hours party. Its Western prices in here.

    There 3 other places all within 50 metres in either direction of Britannia. One is a bar called 'Old' (opposite the Britannia Bar) that plays classic rock. There's also rock club of which the names escapes me where they have live music. 1st night I was there they had 2 bands on playing there own material. Second night there was a Nirvana tribute band playing. The fourth place is a joint called 904 Bar which when I had a look, it was very much a sitdown and relax sort of place, very coupley.

    I was told that the number 1 place for a strip of bars etc together is at Paseo Carmalitas at Avenida Espana. This much further East and is quite a cab ride away. Essentially here there is a mall with up to maybe 10 bars / cafes / eateries (it seems to be grey what the difference is) either in the Carmalitas centre itself or within spitting distance. Across the street is a TGI Fridays if that is your thing. There's a karaoke bar within Camalitas itself where you can add your name to the list and get up and sing your favourite Spanish language song. Among the other bards is a pseudo Irish Bar named Kilkenny. They had a band playing covers of pretty well known English language staples (Oasis, Pink Floyd, Queen and if my memory serves me correctly, a Verve track). Its open til after 5 am as are some of the other Paseo Carmalitas bars.

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    various: Sky Lounge, Kamastro, Liquid: Paseo Carmelitos

    by realde14 Updated Aug 31, 2007

    Paseo Carmelitos offers many options in terms of nightlife such as bars like Liquid, Kamastro, or Sky Lounge as well as restaurants. It is in a nice and modern strip-mall area and caters to the more affluent section of Asuncion's population.

    Dress Code: Casual to nice

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    Coyote: Coyote

    by realde14 Written Aug 31, 2007

    I was told that this is one of the best clubs in Asuncion and after checking it out, I am pretty sure that it doesn't get better than that. Excellent music in a modern high-tech place with retractable roof, and lots of beautiful people. Again, this caters more to the affluent crowd of Asuncion, and is not a typical place for Paraguay. As for that matter, Coyote could be a club in any metropolitan city in South America. Definitely worth checking out.

    Dress Code: casual to nice

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    various: Pubs/bars

    by robyndavis Updated Aug 21, 2006

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    Relaxed English style bar, very popular among all types of people (a
    good place to meet foreigners…..…and locals). Great pizza. Super
    atmosphere. Wednesday night is the night to go, always packed—
    get a raffle ticket with every drink you purchase and stick around
    to win a prize at the end of the night. Parties for all major events:
    Halloween, New Years, St. Patrick’s Day, etc. If you celebrate your
    Birthday there, you get a free t-shirt!

    Cerro Corra, casi Estados Unidos (021 443 990).


    La Viola Pub:
    Cute bar, often live music. Tuesdays are their Reggae night (with a
    DJ). Thursday is a live jazz band—they’re good (3,000 to get in), usually
    concerts on weekends. But be aware that although they may say shows
    start at 10 or so live music in this city often doesn’t often get started
    until at least 11 or 11:30.
    → Republica Francesa, c/ Mcal. Lopez.
    (512 343, or 498 977, or 208 212)


    ♪ La Trova-bar de musica:
    Good live music all the time. (most performance have a
    5,000 guarani cover charge). It’s owned by a family of musicians, including
    the wonderful Hugo Ferreira, who you must see. Also , if you get a chance
    to see the band, ´L´Ensemble Impossible,´(has members from Italy, France
    and Latin America) do so, they are fabulous! Pick up the monthly concert
    schedule at the bar.
    (021 663 850).
    → Bruselas 1691, c/ Viena, (Bruselas is off San Martin near España)


    Bar and restaurant with areas indoors and outdoors. Sometimes has
    bands playing. Makes great sangria, small jug for 10,000.
    → España c/ San Rafael (near shopping del sol).


    Café Bohemia:
    café, bar and restaurant. Monday is live jazz. Nice atmosphere.
    → Senador Long (half block from España, near Shopping del Sol).

    Dress Code: casual

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    various: Clubs

    by robyndavis Written Aug 21, 2006

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    Asuncion Rock:
    one of the smaller clubs in the city. Small dance floor with DJ?Ls
    playing more Rock. Areas to sit and drink where the music is at a reasonable
    volume. Here you will find the best Caiparinas in Asuncion. On weekends the
    minimum consumption for men is 20,000 and nothing for women.


    El Pacto:
    Huge dance bar with 2 or 3 dance floors and outdoor patio area. Located
    in an old stone building. A large open air terrace within the center is the
    main dance floor on busy nights. DJ?Ls play popular music. On weekends
    there is a 5,000 entrance fee plus a minimum drink consumption of 15,000
    for men. Women enter for free but must consume 10,000 in drinks.
    ?¨ Mcal Lopez y EEUU

    Dress Code: dancey

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    by guille_12 Written May 4, 2006

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    miren chikos ke putaa van a encontrar demasiadas paraguayas perfectas ahi en la disco x todos lados mejor x el quilombo sheraa turista mejor ke traigan una dolares ay para ke se vayan al quilombo lekaa

    Dress Code: desnudo si es posible nde

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