Time Out says
This place feels like a New York loft, however defiantly in the Bronx; with an underground atmosphere, live bands, long manes, black curtains, sweat, a lot of people, cheap alcohol and red lights. It is not a place to "hang out" you go to the Caradura to go crazy, after all with rock you have to go to the extremes, right?
The best days are Wednesdays and Saturdays, we would recommend to check the website but the truth is you lose the essence, go spontaneously and groove to new music you’ve never heard. The music varies, bands like Phantogram from the United States, Denver from Chile, El Columpio Asesino of Spain and many other national groups have performed on their small stage. The only drawback is that the sound quality is often poor.
You'll find all kinds of people here ranging in age from 20 to 35. The bar focuses on beers and mezcal, if you feeling demanding, ask for a blueberry mezcal. Oh, and do not be surprised if suddenly you see the band that just played next to you at the bar, this happens very often. Before you go, make sure you take your official identification (passport or IFE), because if you do not have it, even if your well into your thirties, it will be impossible for you get in.
Nuevo León 73
|Price:||Average meal cost 200 pesos|
|Opening hours:||Wed-Sat 9pm-3am|