Adorned with pop art and drink cans from across the globe, this bar-cafe with outdoor seating on the main plaza generally attracts a young crowd at night…
Must see nightlife in Bolivia
- IIrish Pub
On the east side of the plaza, this place is something of a second home to travelers in Santa Cruz. It serves comfort food such as Irish stew and chicken…
- EEspresso Café Bar
Just behind the cathedral, this traditional-looking place is filled with regulars, mostly men chatting with old buddies or perusing the papers while…
This long-running bar has lost a bit of its edge over the years, but it's still got good drink specials and live music nightly at 8pm. It's located just…
- GGreen Bar
For a cloistered pub setting with intellectual types, girls straight out of a Modigliani painting, weirdos, rockers and other ne’er-do-wells, check out…
- EEl Gato Negro
Java junkies can get their fix at the black cat cafe, one of the few places in Oruro to serve lattes made with freshly ground beans, as well as pies,…
This cozy little pub has a loyal local crowd and lively games of poker and cacho (dice) usually going on. Try the tasty but potent homemade fruit shots.
Mitos is a spacious basement spot a 15-minute walk north of the center. It really fills up after midnight and plays well-loved Latin and international…
- LLujo’s Discoteca y Karaoke
A popular dancing spot is Lujo’s Discoteca y Karaoke, which, when the clientele don’t take the music into their own hands, plays salsa and pop.
- FFruit Juice Stalls
On sunny days, locals flock to the row of excellent fruit juice stalls around Mercado Campero.
- VVitrolas Disco & Karaoke Bar
Often the end point for bar crawls, this karaoke bar is for those who like the sound of their own voice, even if others don’t.
This is three discos in one. Pick your music to dance to, from pop and electronic to Bolivian traditional.
This loud and trendy dancing place gets crowded on weekends.