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The crowd at this gay club is a mix of students and older locals...
Ranked as Acapulco’s most popular gay club at research time, thanks to the diversity of its patrons (folks of all economic bakgrounds, gay or straight are welcome here), and its up to the second soundsystem rocking a...
Typical sights and sounds at this retro bar include bare-chested bartenders, bar-top dancing and festive music ranging from 1980s pop to hip-shaking cumbias (dance music from Colombia)...
For those who dare to get medieval, Tom’s provides the props, with heraldic shields, crossed swords and candelabras highlighting a decidedly decadent decor. When the fat lady sings, the show’s about to begin.
La Purísima is esentially two bars in one: dance the night away in a rip-roaring, garish disco downstairs, or head upstairs for mezcal, pulque and perhaps a karaoke session if the mood strikes.
This packed disco cuts across class lines, with both cowboys and businessmen dancing against a Day-Glo cityscape. Stick around past midnight Friday to Sunday for shows featuring lip-synching trannies.
A venerable standby, this nightclub offers a mixed bag of entertainment throughout the week, from gogo-boy dancers to drag-queen shows and various theme parties. Admission ranges from free to M$100.
Popular with thirty-somethings, this Zona Rosa bear den has a slightly more sophisticated air than many of the bars lining the raucous gay strip on nearby Amberes.
This gracious gay bar in a beautifully restored building is romantically lit and, overall, more button-down than mesh muscle shirt. It’s also a popular spot for karaoke.
The main room in this large house stages drag shows, go-go dancers and the like, while DJs in smaller rooms spin electronica and pop tunes till the break of dawn.
This colorful club attracts a fun-loving, mostly gay crowd. On Saturday night there’s a transvestite strip show at 1am.
This gay dance club proudly features foreign strippers from such far-flung places as Australia and Brazil.
Booklet with tons of information and a helpful map for finding gay-friendly businesses.
Demas is open only to men and has shows on Friday and Saturday.
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