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Antigua features a variety of attractive clubs, fabulous discos, and cozy bars, making it the self-designated “capital of Guatemala‘s nightlife.” The city’s nightlife starts at 10 PM and offers a terrific selection of venues to enjoy a nightlife adventure.

1) Café No Se http://cafenose.com/
Central America‘s Bohemian outpost where travelers, writers, musicians and drinkers gather from around the globe to drink late into the night and regale each other with stories.
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Students, travelers, and locals are all united under one roof in the Desperado-movie style bar, Café No Se. Café No Se is opened every day from noon till 1 AM. The bizarre art presented on the walls of the bar is reason enough to check it out. Here you will find interesting photographs, postcards, images, and even a guitar. The bar provides several rooms and an inside terrace, along with fantastic drink and Mexican food options.
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Café Sky http://es-es.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-Sky/115140333662
Café Sky is THE place to be at dusk in Antigua. Climb the tight winding staircase to the upper terrace and you can watch the sun go down over the town with 360 degree views of the surrounding mountains. The bar underneath, with a covered roof but open sides, is also a nice place to relax in comfortable seats, subtle lighting and with a view toward Iglesia San Francisco.

Café Sky’s main attraction is the stunning roof views, so make sure you don’t miss the small spiral staircase that leads to the roof. Here, customers will love the spectacular views of the city and nearby volcano as they snack on meals such as chips, nachos, and sandwiches.
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3) JP’s Rumbar http://www.rumbarantigua.com/
JP’s Rumbar is a comfortable and friendly bar that attracts locals and tourists alike. JP’s offers a great variety of food with exotic names like “New Orleans’ Fried Shrimp Po” and “Spicy Jambalaya or Guatemalan Pepian Chicken.” Along with the delicious food, visitors will enjoy the jazz, old-style blues, and funk music.

4) La Sala and Dance Club http://www.lasalsadancegt.com/
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La Sala Bar is the most popular salsa dancing club in Guatemala and the best place to go to if you are looking for fun, great live music, as well as a lovely bar with a wide range of cocktails. Snack on yummy Pizzas, fresh sandwiches, and chips while you attend “movie night” on Tuesday, live performances (Thursday through Saturday), or “Salsa Night” on Sundays.

5) Mono Loco Bar
Mono Loco Bar has everything needed for tourists to enjoy their stay – great atmosphere, friendly staff, delicious nachos, and cerveza gallo. Visitors may watch their favorite sports game on big screen TV’s or attend special events such as “Ladies Night” every Tuesday.
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6) Reilly’s Irish Tavern
Antigua. Reilly’s, the beloved Irish tavern in La Antigua Guatemala, has found a new home.  “I’m delighted to say Reilly’s will reopen within weeks at what is now Café 2000, with the same food and atmosphere that our friends have enjoyed since we opened in December 2001,” said Reilly’s owner Henrik Nielsen. Crews began Monday, Dec. 6, on the remodeling work to re-create Reilly’s uniquely Irish flair in the new, more spacious location at 6a avenida norte #2.

Reilly’s Irish Tavern is a phenomenal party bar. The atmosphere is highly energetic and loud, excellent for heavy drinking. Reilly’s is appropriated decorated with Celtic art and also offers several different Irish brands of whiskey and the infamous Guinness beer. The bar occasionally hosts special events such as the Guitar Competition, Pub Quiz, and Tequila Day.

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