Departamento

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Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

Sometimes, the party animals of Mexico City prefer to stay in. That doesn’t usually mean that the party itself isn’t happening, though. So, the next time someone asks you where the party’s at, tell them: Departamento (apartment in Spanish). 

The name of the bar sets the scene, a décor that’s reminiscent of a friend’s apartment but, with turntables and dim-lighting which naturally lead to hours-long conversations about music and vinyl. The vibe here is designed to make you feel at home.

Since it feels so familiar here, there’s no pressure to either dance or talk; it’s totally up to you. The music is relaxed electronic beats with live DJs and even some rock in Spanish and in English throw in for funsies.

It’s the ideal place to grab a beer, a few whisky and cokes, or a mezcal or two to get the night started. Our advice: if you’re planning on heading over, hit them up on Facebook and make a reservation.

By: Bruno Eflamm

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Address: Álvaro Obregón 154
Roma
Mexico City

Transport: Metrobús Álvaro Obregón
Price: Average drink $200
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 9pm-3am

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