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This popular pool hall in the trendy Condesa neighborhood is a great spot to grab a drink and hang out with friends. The pool tables fill up fast so patrons often hit the bar for a drink or two while they wait for one to open up. Whether you're there for the billards or just a drink, Salón Malafama is sure to provide a good time.
Tucked away in the chic Polanco neighborhood, La Maraka is popular dance hall, where locals go to hone their Merengue and Salsa steps. The live music performed by local up-and-coming bands make for the perfect backdrop to a night of dancing. Even if you don't know the Salsa or Merengue, La Maraka offers weekly classes with talented and encouraging instructors. Visit the website to find out more about classes or upcoming events.
Auditorio Nacional (National Auditorium) is among the world's top entertainment venues and has won several awards. Opened in 1952 as an equestrian space, it was later converted into a world-class auditorium. This avant-garde hall hosts concerts, dance shows, ballet, opera, photographic exhibitions, folk art and many other cultural events.
The "Centro Nacional de las Artes" is one of the most important cultural axis in Mexico City, comprising theatres, dance and exhibition halls and multimedia facilities. As part of the complex, there are also ten "Cinemark" auditoriums. These cinemas offer good quality sound and image, mainly showing Hollywood blockbusters. Admission costs MXN31 before 4pm and MXN35 after. On Wednesdays, general admission is MXN23. Children under twelve pay just MXN21 on any show. There is a large car park and a cafeteria in the lobby.
With over 10 years in the business, Asha in the trendy Coyoacan neighborhood, is a popular nightclub. With multiple levels, sleek white decor and the top hits reverberating throughout the state-of-the-art sound system, Asha is considered one of the more upscale clubs in the area. Each night offers a different theme, from ladies night, to Salsa themed evenings, the club always has something exciting going on. Visit the website to know more about their upcoming events.
Located at The National Autonomous University of Mexico, Fimoteca is the school theater that screens films throughout the year from its archive of over 35,000 titles. The theater seeks to find long-lost films in order to preserve them and has played a pivotal role in the film culture of Mexico. A summer film festival takes places from June to August. Visit the website to learn more about upcoming shows.