While you might think of tango first when thinking of dancing in Argentina, Córdoba actually has a huge salsa and bachata scene too. All the Latin vibes you could ever dream of can be found at Captain Blue. Often host to live bands and professional dancers, this bar is a great spot to come and get your groove on. If you’re too shy to dance, you’ll enjoy just sipping a drink and observing the talent.
You probably didn’t come to Argentina to visit an Irish pub, but O’Connors
isn’t just any old pub. This pub is incredibly popular with ex-pats and also with locals, and is perhaps the best spot in the city to come for a good pint. For homesick Brits, this is the place to come for some classic pub meal and it’s also a great venue for watching sports.
From an Irish pub to an American one, Johnny B Good
is one of the most popular drinking spots in town, and with good reason. Huge cardboard cutouts of old rockers surround you as you sip your drinks, and here you also have the option to feast on American food. There’s a daily happy hour, making this place great value for a post-work tipple.
La Canada is a popular area for bars and open-air drinking, and X-Bar
is one of the area’s most popular venues. With funky décor using second-hand furniture and old-school style advertisements as posters, X Bar has a hipster vibe. Anywhere in La Canada is guaranteed fun, so this is the perfect spot to go for a pre-party drink to get the night started. Dada Mini Tienda bar
has a brilliant atmosphere and is a lot of fun on a night out. It describes itself as ‘the bar of your dreams’, and whether that’s the case or not, this bar provides lots to keep punters happy. With live DJs on the weekends and expertly mixed cocktails, including everything from bloody Marys to white Russians, there’s something for everyone at this fun and funky little bar.