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Zinco Jazz Club is the ultimate destination for those who enjoy jazz music. The club is located in the basement of the building which houses the Mexican bank. The sign at the door says 'Only for Connoisseurs' which clearly indicates that the people here take their music very seriously. Apart from enjoying the music, guests can relish light meals and snacks with a glass of scotch/bourbon from the varied selection available. The ambiance, unique decor and awesome music make it a favorite among locals so prior bookings are advised.
The most favored nightclub and bar—Mama Rumba is frequently visited by the young and elite of the society. The atmosphere is utmost welcoming with the professional yet friendly bartenders, live and hip crowd, energetic music and the utterly tantalizing mojitos. On weekends you can enjoy the best of live music played by all the best of local bands and DJs. If you plan to visit, make sure to arrive early as the club is a favorite haunt among locals on weekends.
When you are in the neighborhood of Condesa, do drop into this classic club—La Pata Negra. Known to become very crowded, thanks to the great selection of music and artistic bands performing here regularly, its best to come early to avoid the rush. A relatively new bar in the neighborhood, La Pata Negra has gained popularity owing to the delicious tapas at affordable prices. Come along with your loved one and shake a leg or two as the bands sing the best of tracks for you.
Although there is an entrance fee for men, it's free for women, and maybe this says a little about the atmosphere in Bulldog Café, or perhaps even more about Mexican society. Bulldog is pretty much in at the moment and almost always has good music playing, often live. Mexican groups usually go on stage between 1a and 2:30a, but the tunes continue until closing at 4a. It's possible that if you aren't familiar with the group in question, the admission might turn out to be a bit too much, but if you take a chance you might just discover the new U2 or REM.
Dubbed a "cultobar" because of the type of people and atmosphere, it is a great place to mingle with the Mexican music culture while gathering with friends. The "Son of the Crow" is known for its concerts and record releases, which take place here and is a stopover for many on their way to a late-night discotheque. Weekends are jammed with people.