Teatro Garibaldi

LGBT Cuauhtémoc
3 out of 5 stars
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This place is known for cheap drinks and urban vibes; we mean this as a compliment.

A night at Teatro Garibaldi is really just a good excuse to get bottle service (650 – 950 MXN), party with friends, and ogle the go-go dancers – they might not be the hottest around but, they’re totally worth spending some lust tokens on and maybe even springing for a private dance. If not, you can always watch them from afar for free.

There’s usually an 80s drag show every night and it’s worthwhile, even if they’re usually singing old love songs along with the entire crowd.

The 50 MXN cover grants you access to their “dark room” that is actually quite small but, what it lacks in size it makes up for in grab-assing. Don’t forget that you have to enter the dark room with condom in hand (literally) or they’ll hand you one if you don’t.

Generally, the service is good and the only room for improvement we saw were the toilets. They’re not that clean and could use some updating. As for the rest of the space, we dig the retro style.

By: Fernando Guisa


Venue name: Teatro Garibaldi
Address: Eje Central 43
Mexico City
Opening hours: Thue-Sun 9pm-3am
Transport: Metro Garibaldi.
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