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From the hotel and nightclub La Sin Ventura, just look to the left; Cine Lounge awaits up a short flight of stairs, one of the only spots in Antigua to find the authentic movie-going experience. A key difference from going to catch a film in the States lies in the perks: entry to watch a movie is - drum roll - free, special offers like all-you-can-drink wine abound, and drinks and food are also available. Here's hoping more movie theaters give the Cine Lounge approach a try...
Reliably populated by a stream of popular-culture tourism, Monoloco is a sports bar with all the frills: lunch and dinner feature comfort foods in the guises of local or texmex cuisine, the bar features happy hour specials and a Tuesday ladies' night, internet is available on the premises, and delivery is available in Antigua. The sound system plays mainstream music for the tourist crowd hanging out and enjoying a few beers.
Patrons of this central Antigua bar enjoy friendly service and treats that are cooked up in the kitchen until late at night. Up until closing, go ahead and order a few beers with a brownie, and follow those up with a plate of crispy onion rings. The staff are happy to accommodate the strangest of special requests!
Café 2000 leaves no doubt about its raison d'être: peek inside to see the backs of couches all facing forward, ready for spectators to file in for the big screen. It's true! Unlike many of the "movie rooms" in Antigua, Café 2000 actually includes a big screen, occupying the entire far wall. The movie schedule is always posted in the doorway, with an average of three showings per day, and other perks wiggle their way in (such as hookahs at the bar). Oh, and by the way, every single movie is shown for free - just order something tasty from the café! Sports broadcasts are also sometimes shown on the TV.
There's a good chance that travelers to Antigua can find what they're after at Kafka : the restaurant, bar, and hostel serves customers meals or drinks in their choice of seating spaces, including a terrace, garden, and even hammocks. Wireless internet is available throughout, although events like happy hour may prove distracting! A tiny clothing store in the entrance, where a talented weaver can often be found selling her textiles, will even keep guests well-clothed for exploring this beautiful city. Call ahead for hours of operation.