Although, generally speaking, most LGBT bars and clubs are localized in the Historic City Center and the Zona Rosa (Red Light District) neighborhoods, there are a few spots in the Roma neighborhood and Dance Floor is one of them.
The bar is a converted old house and while it’s generally expected that most bars in this area tend to be strict with their dress codes, Dance Floor is much more forgiving in allowing individuals to wear jeans and sneakers. When we went there was no cover but, there generally is and it fluctuates based on the event or themed-party that’s scheduled on any given night.
The first thing that grabs your eye when you walk in are the screens on both sides and the colored lights that frame the tiny stage. The dance floor is also lined with small tables or it might be totally open depending on the event. We stuck with beer but, the menu has mojitos, Palomas and any other mixed drink you fancy.
In addition to themed parties, Dance Floor has a robust drag show ensemble. The in-house acts are Top Tonels and Anuar y Sus Androjenas.
We love Dance Floor for a night out on the town or to take in a high-quality drag show. Either way, just keep an eye on their social media channels as they announce the party themes throughout the month.
|Venue name:||Dance Floor|
|Opening hours:||Thue-Sat 10pm-3am|
|Transport:||Metro Hospital General. Metrobús Hospital General.|
|Price:||Average drink $200|