San Miguel de Allende is one of the best places to visit or live in Mexico, especially if you are American or Canadian. This beautiful gem offers many sights and activities for visitors and locals alike, and there is an abundance of nightlife and clubs for you to enjoy. When the sun goes down, this quaint Mexican town really knows how to party and isn’t ashamed to show it off. There are many clubs and bars, over two hundred and growing, for you to choose from, and each one is different and unique in an original way.
Mama Mia’s is actually four different nightclubs and bars under one name and roof. The central club is a restaurant and bar, and delicious Italian food and drinks are served here. To the left of the entrance is the sports bar, for game enthusiasts and sports freaks, and this club usually has some kind of sport on TV. To the right of the entrance is what Americans think of when they want to visit a club, and this is the music bar. This bar frequently features local musicians and bands. There is also a rooftop lounge, which is easy to miss because it is hidden, which offers beautiful views and a lot of romance.
Another top club in San Miguel de Allende is El Grito, and this club is the most popular place in the entire city, as well as the most expensive. The cost of the deck is typically fifteen dollars, but the views inside are well worth it. The club is decorated with exquisite glass and stone sculptures, fabulous light and music displays. This club is only open on Fridays, Saturdays and certain holidays, when the coverage charge can go up to fifty dollars by New Year’s Eve. Panchos and Lefty’s is another popular place to drink in San Miguel de Allende, and this club is considered one of the most American clubs in the city. The name of the club was recently changed to Chocolate, and this venue offers dancing, drinking, sporting events, and music. This club has a touristy air, with no local flavor.
Mechicanos is a club that offers two different stories. The decor on the first floor is themed in red, white, and black, while the second floor is decorated in woods, red, and black, reflecting the religious heritage of Mexico, with evident crosses and images of the Virgin Mary. El Ring, another great club in San Miguel, is located at 25 Hidalgo, and this club used to be the most popular spot for nightlife. Created from a previous cockfighting ring, this nightclub is open Thursday through Saturday every week, featuring vibrant and energetic music. With over two hundred bars and clubs to choose from, San Miguel has a lot to offer anyone who enjoys nightlife and partying. No matter what you’re looking for, whether it’s drinking, dancing, playing sports, or just hanging out meeting new people, there are clubs that are a perfect fit in this fabulous city.