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Cortesía Sodome

Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

Back in 2013, there was an assault here that caused a few setbacks. After the reopening, everything was much better. Today, Sodome is as place where men walk around in sandals and a towel and that’s it. Well, sometimes not even that, to be honest.

Be aware that not everything can be controlled when dozens of naked gay men are walking from the steam room to the dark labyrinth upstairs. However, the vibe here is very chill, almost hippie. Sodome has evolved into a great option for a night out. With DJ boiler room sessions in the lobby and monthly themed parties on the final Friday of each month. You can meet guys at the bar, sweat out your troubles in the steam rooms or Turkish baths, or head upstairs to the dark labyrinth or foam room where the phrase “I dropped the soap” is no joke.

Given the type of establishment, we’re grateful for the 24/7 security staff that keep the place clean, orderly, and ensure that everyone has a good time without overdoing it.

It’ll run you around 200-250 MXN to get in depending on the day of the week and drinks start at 40 MXN for beers and 80 MXN for mixed drinks.

And just in case you were still wondering: yes, there is beefed up security not just as this establishment but, in the entire neighborhood.

Written by Wenceslao Bruciaga


Mariano Escobedo 716
Mexico City
Metro Chapultepec
Cover Tue-Thu $200, Fri-Sun $300. Average drink $150
Opening hours:
Tue-Wed 4pm-12am, Thu 4pm-4am, Fri 4pm-Sun 11pm
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