Puerto rico nightlife: Nightlife in Puerto Rico | Where to Go Out

Nightlife in Puerto Rico | Where to Go Out

Puerto Rican nightlife is invigorating, and there’s always a place to dance and enjoy a drink.

In Puerto Rico, there’s always a party nearby—even if it’s right on the beach or in the street!

Nightlife in Puerto Rico ranges from buzzing hotel nightclubs to low-key beach bars to roadside chinchorros (food stands) that transform into lively dance parties after dark. If you like salsa dancing until the sun comes up, San Juan has several trendy nightlife districts with clubs, lounges, and rooftop bars that stay open late, including Condado, Calle Loíza, and La Placita de Santurce — a traditional farmers market by day that becomes San Juan’s hottest street party by night, complete with booming live music, great restaurants, and late-night bars. For a concert and drinks, check out Distrito T-Mobile. And discover a more laidback vibe in west coast towns like Ponce, Mayagüez, and Rincón, which is known for its sunset happy hours and welcoming surfer bars.

No matter which side of the Island you’re on, there’s always a place to find a party, enjoy a drink, and experience the legendary nightlife of Puerto Rico.

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A favorite with locals, La Placita de Santurce in San Juan is crowded with restaurants, clubs, and bars.

Distrito T-Mobile is an all-in-one nightlife spot, from cocktails to concerts at Coca-Cola Music Hall.

On special nights, chinchorros will have live music ranging from salsa to plena and bomba.

In Puerto Rico, there’s always a dance floor, even if it’s right on the street.

If flip-flops are more your style, head to the beachfront bars of Rincón.

Located near busy Condado, Calle Loíza is a bustling street filled with restaurants and bars.

Enjoy world-class drinks, DJs, and dancing at La Factoría in Old San Juan.

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Be sure to try Ron del Barrilito while on the Island.  

Bars & Lounges

You’ll find a variety of local cocktail enthusiasts, bars, and lounges to experience during your vacation to Puerto Rico.

People dancing and having a great time at a nightlife spot in Santurce.

Where to Go Out Dancing in San Juan

Don’t forget to pack your dancing shoes when traveling to Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico comes alive at night, whether you’re sipping your way through our world-renowned bars or dancing through the streets of Old San Juan. Here, you’re not just invited to the party – we want you to dance!

Visit La Factoría in the heart of Old San Juan to taste its most famous cocktails.

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Sip bold creations in one of the world’s best bars, unwind in the former apartment of a revolutionary, or join a party in a plaza — there are lots of ways to experience San Juan after dark.

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Restaurant and Bar-Hopping in La Placita

La Placita de Santurce is a hub for great restaurants, intriguing bars, and all-night salsa dancing.

For over a century, la Plaza del Mercado de Santurce, colloquially known as La Placita, has served as the farmer’s market of the Santurce neighborhood of San Juan. During the day when the main building is open, stands overflow with fruits and vegetables. There’s a tobacco kiosk (look up to see the longest cigar in the world hanging from the rafters), a butcher, and Puerto Rican restaurants serving lunch. The pace of life is slow, older folks sit around the square playing dominos.

But when the sun goes down and the main building shutters its doors, the streets around La Placita come to life. Locals and visitors arrive in droves and music starts to play around every corner. In just a few city blocks, you’ll find high-end restaurants and bars next to chinchorros, craft cocktails and Medalla beer, people dancing salsa in the streets, and so much more.

Where to Eat

Your night out in La Placita should start with dinner, mostly because there are so many good restaurants to choose from. If you’re looking for something sophisticated with a tropical twist, you can’t go wrong with Santaella, right on Calle Canals. Chef José Santaella elevates local ingredients and comida criolla to fine dining with creative touches and international flourishes. The cocktail bar is also worth a visit.

If you’re looking for something radically different, a little further up the same street is Mai Pen Rai, an elegant Thai restaurant with a top-notch cocktail selection, particularly the gin and tonic. You can also head in the opposite direction to Delavida Restobar, where you can sit on the wide covered deck, enjoy some authentic Puerto Rican food or decadent bar food like nachos and tacos. They also have daily lunch specials, brunch on Sundays, and salsa dancing on Thursday nights.

As you walk into La Placita itself, you’ll come across a number of Puerto Rican restaurants with different specialties. Chicharrón is among the most popular for classic Puerto Rican food, while next door La Tasca del Pescador offers criollo with an emphasis on fresh seafood and fish. Boronía also specializes in criollo food and has live music several days a week including local jazz artists and acoustic duos

La Alcapurria Quemá

Around the corner is a two-story building called Asere Cubano Kitchen and Bar. The first floor is an elegant Cuban/Puerto Rican restaurant and the second floor is a cocktail bar called La Carnicería with a terrace overlooking La Placita. Just a block away you’ll find La Alcapurria Quemá, a casual eatery serving fritters like alcapurrias and pastelillos, as well as heartier dishes like mofongo, carne frita (fried pork), serenata (salted cod with root vegetables), and other traditional dishes.

You’ll even find authentic American barbecue at La Placita. San Juan Smokehouse serves up heaping portions of pulled pork, brisket, BBQ chicken, and Memphis-style dry rub ribs smoked in hickory.

La Penúltima, a colorful cocktail bar and restaurant in Santurce.

Where to Drink

As you enter Calle Canals from Ponce de León Avenue, on the corner you’ll spot an orange house with a yard full of communal tables. This is La Penúltima, a cocktail bar also serving creative bar food. Keep an eye out for their pop up events where they bring in guest bartenders and guest chefs preparing one-night-only food and drink specials.

Keep going down Canals to Jungle Bird, a tiki bar established by the same partners that opened La Factoría in Old San Juan. The menu is divided into tiki-inspired and tropical cocktails. The wildly colorful and eclectic decor reflects this mash-up beautifully. If you’re still hungry or not quite hungry enough for dinner yet, try some Asian-Puerto Rican bar bites by Chef Paxx Caraballo.

Once in La Placita, you can enjoy a cigar with aged rum or single-malt scotch neat at Don Rey Cigar. On the square, El Deportivo has local craft beers and El Coco de Luis offers a great whiskey selection (try one mixed with coconut water) and tropical cocktails. There are also numerous casual bars serving cold Medalla beer and standard mix drinks all around La Placita. Find one playing the music you like and head into that one.

Taberna Los Vázquez.

Where to Dance

La Placita is across the board one of the best places to go dancing in San Juan. There are a few clubs like Mijani The Club with a house DJ, live salsa on Thursdays, and all-night happy hour. There’s also Club Vibra which hosts all-night parties blasting reguetón music, while also serving as a sports bar and hookah bar.

Most chinchorros (open-air bars) like Santurce Café, Trifongo Taíno, Taberna Los Vázquez, Garabatos, Aguardiente, La Bodeguita del Medio, and others will have live bands or DJs several nights per week, and every night will play lively salsa, merengue, hip hop, or reggaetón music for people to dance to. These are typically small locales, so most of the dancing happens in the street, transforming La Placita into a giant block party.

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192 Segarra St, Sector bechara
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251 Cruz street, old san juan, PR, Puerto Rico
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Istanbul nightlife — tour operator ART-TOUR

Traditionally, Istanbul’s nightlife used to be held in meykhana (taverns) and gazinos (taverns with liquor, meze, singers and oriental belly dance). There are still a few characteristic, traditional meykhane with fasils and raki, but they are gradually giving way to modern nightclubs and cafe-bars.
There are a lot of bars in Istanbul (there are also inexpensive eateries and chic options). The most conservative areas of the city, in which there are practically no such establishments, are Eyup and Fatiha. The most expensive clubs are located in the European part of the city. It is best to relax with good music at minimal cost in the Asian part.

Sultanahmet is famous for its luxurious, located near the hotels (establishments are made especially for tourists) daytime bars, but at night we advise you to go to Beyoglu. Nightclubs in the area of ​​Taksim Square and Istiklal Street (Beyoglu district) are the most popular among Russian-speaking tourists. There are most of them here. There is also where to relax in the areas of Sisli, Kadikoy, Levent, Bebek, Ortakoy, Besiktas, Etiler, Gayretepe, and in the Asian part — on Baghdad Street.
Most Turkish clubs are open until 4 am, but there are those that are open until 06:00 or even 08:00. Entry is usually inexpensive. An exception if there is a performance of a star or a theatrical show.
Alcohol is always expensive, but in rare cases they allow you to bring your own, provided that the first order is made from them. There is a dress code at the entrance, but the clothes are more casual. Hairpins and mini-skirts are definitely not held in high esteem here, and not everywhere in such an outfit will be missed.

Bars and cafes in Istanbul have no significant differences. Many such establishments offer coffee and food to visitors during the daytime, and the evening hours turn into drinking establishments. At night (until two in the morning) live music sounds here, creative groups perform (this service is paid by visitors).


Bodrum bar is a small cellar that is open at night.
Address: Divan Yolu Cad, Seftali Sok, 3.

Cozy Bar is a contemporary western style bar. Despite the rather high prices, the bar is very popular with tourists. The tables are set up on the street — a convenient place to watch the life of the Diwan Yolu.
Address: Divan Yolu Caddesi No: 66 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul 34122 Turkey
Tel.: +90 212 520 09 90

Bar Orient Youth Hostel — located on the roof of the hostel. Inexpensive menu and great view of the Bosphorus and the Sea of ​​Marmara. In the evenings, the bar is usually full of tourists from nearby hotels. On Fridays there are belly dance performances.
Address: Yeni Akbiyik Cad, 13.

Bova Bar is a small jazz bar with live music every night. The bar attracts with low prices and friendly staff. Minus for smokers — it is forbidden to smoke inside. Opening hours: from 15:00 to 4 am daily, except Sunday. Sunday from 17:00 to midnight.
Address: Şehit Muhtar Mah., Mis Sok., No:17, Beyoğlu, İstanbul, Türkiye.
Phone: +90 212 243 44 61

Bar Gram a fon is a stylish night bar at the very end of Istiklal Caddesi (near the Tunel stop). From time to time jazz performances take place there. On such days, the prices in the bar are higher than usual.
Address: Tunel Mead, 3.
Website: https://gramafon.com.tr/
Phone: +90 212 438 64 52

Hayal Kahvesi is an attractive brick and stone bar with good live jazz and blues. Music sounds every evening from 23.00.
Address: Büyük Parmakkapi Sokak 19, off İstiklal Caddesi, Istanbul, Turkey, 34728
Phone: +90 212 244 25 58

James Joice Irish Pub is an authentic Irish bar owned by a real Irishman. From Thursday to Sunday from 22.00 there is live Irish music. Bar regulars exchange books in English. There is a huge screen with sports programs and a bulletin board where guests can leave notes to each other. Traditional brunches (something between breakfast and lunch) include pork sausages and black pudding, which are brought from Ireland. Real rock sounds on weekends. The pub is full until 4am.
Address: İstiklal Cd. No:26, 34435 Beyoğlu, İstanbul, Turkey.
Phone: +90 212 244 79 73

Bar Kaktus
— is popular among people of non-traditional sexual orientation (but not only). During the daytime, good coffee, tasty salads, a large selection of imported beers are offered here.
Address: İstiklal Caddesi İmam Adnan Sokak No:4 Beyoğlu, İstanbul.
Phone: +90 212 249 59 79

Bar Madrid is an establishment owned by a Spaniard. A converted four-story house with a narrow cast-iron spiral staircase. Cheapest beer in the area. There is good music on weekends. The bar is next to the vegetarian restaurant Saklikent.
Address: Ipek Sokak, 20.
Phone: +90 212 753 17 89

Bar Pano Saraphanesi is a wonderfully restored hundred year old Greek wine cellar on a street corner opposite the British Consulate. Beer, local wine and fine, light Turkish food. The owners of this bar also own Cumhuriyet Meyhane, another historic drinking establishment in the city on the corner of the Fish Market.
Address: Hüseyinağa Mahallesi, Hamalbaşı Caddesi, No 12/B, Beyoğlu, İstanbul.
Website: https://panosarapevi.com/

Rock House Bar is Istanbul’s answer to Hard Rock Cafe. Bar and restaurant serving ribs, steaks and burgers. After 22.00 — live music.
Address: Dereboyu Cad. Ortaköy Princess Hotel No:10 Ortaköy-Beşiktaş,İstanbul.
Phone: +90 212 259 89 11; +90 212 259 19 42

Bar Hera — rock and jazz cafe, the decor of the institution matches the musical accompaniment. The place is popular with tourists and locals. Hot snacks are served here, including delicious bereki.
Address: Kadife Sok. No: 10 Duk:2 Caferaga Mh. Kadiköy, İstanbul, Türkiye
Website: http://www.kadyagrup.com/tr/place/view/hera
Phone: +90 216 346 04 13

Bar Isis — three-storey townhouse. During the day, the bar welcomes visitors like a regular cafe, and at night it turns into a modern disco bar. Distinctive features: trendy modern music, good food, access to the garden is open in summer.
Address: Caferağa Mahallesi, Kadife Sokak, 26 Kadıköy, İstanbul.
Phone: +90 216 349 73 81; +90 216 330 84 66

Bar Lal is a great place to relax and stay open all day until 2 am. Distinctive features: intimate lighting, Latin music, good böreks and salads.
Address: Caferaga Mah. Kadife Sok. No:19 Kadıkoy
Website: http://www.kadyagrup.com/tr/place/view/lal
Phone: +90 216 346 56 25

Not all European tourists are able to understand the specifics of Turkish clubs. The best of them have an unusual decor and are equipped with excellent equipment. And live music — jazz, rock, blues R&B, salsa, reggae sounds everywhere in the back streets of Beyoglu. Guests can spend no less here than in similar establishments in London, New York, Sydney and other cities.
The main part of the dance clubs is open from 21:00 to 2-4 in the morning. As a rule, the entrance to these clubs is paid. Local and foreign music groups also perform at numerous annual jazz festivals.

Nightclub Babylon Performance C lub — l the best night club in Istanbul, with live music, one of the best jazz clubs in the world. Turkish and foreign performers of jazz, reggae and modern dance music regularly perform here. Drinks are expensive. Tickets for concerts, which can be bought in the afternoon at the ticket office opposite the entrance to the building, cost 15-20 lire. The concert starts around 22.00.
Address: Shehbender Sok. No:3 Asmalımescit, Beyoğlu, Istanbul
Website: https://babylon.com.tr/
Phone: +90 212 292 73 68

Pub Crowl Istanbul is one of the most famous night clubs in the world. Cool music, delicious snacks, drinking games, darts, helpful staff. The pub is located near the Galata Tower. The very name of the pub is translated as «Tower».
Entry : 50 lire. Also on the club bus you can go on a night pilgrimage to the pubs. Such entertainment costs 30 euros. This includes a free cocktail, a bottle of raki for company, games with alcoholic drinks and photos of the party.
Opening hours: Friday and Saturday at 21:00–04:00. Wednesday and Thursday at 22:00–04:00. Sunday and Monday are days off.
Address: Bereketzade, Meeting point :The tower pub, Galata Kulesi Sk. 4/1, 34000 Beyoğlu/İstanbul
Website: https://www.istanbulpubcrawl.com/
Phone: +90 530 722 43 50

Escape Club İstanbul — located in close proximity to Taksim Square and is one of the most favorite places for party-goers. There is always great music and a relaxing atmosphere. And affordable prices make the club even more attractive to most. Opening hours : daily 21:00-05:00.
Address: İstiklal Caddesi, Bekar Sk. No:10, 34435 Beyoglu.
Phone: +90 545 7862 77 17

Night bar Gizli Bahce — located at the Fish Market. Through a rusty iron gate without a sign, approach a typical Turkish house, go up to the second or third floor and enjoy the loud dance music and the sweet atmosphere of sin. Open daily from 21.00 to 4.00.
Address: Hüseyinağa Mahallesi Nevizade Sokağı No:15 34435 Beyoğlu, İstanbul
Website: https://gizli.business.site/
Phone: +90 212 249 21 92

Jazz Stop Club is a stylish club with bare brick walls and a unique atmosphere. One of Istanbul’s leading jazz and flamenco venues. Additional charges apply for music. The club is owned by members of the local jazz group Mogollar, who regularly performs here. Concerts start around 23:00. The club is open from Monday to Saturday, 16.30-4.00.
Address: Tel Sokak 9, Off Büyükparmakkapi Sokak, Istanbul, Turkey, 34200
Phone: +90 212 252 9314

Mojo Nightclub is an ultra-modern club located in the basement. The blues plays here almost every night. Open daily from 21:00 to 04:00.
Address: Istiklal Cad, Buyukparmakkapi Sokak, 26, Beyoğlu, İstanbul
Website: https://mojomusic.org/
Phone: +90 212 243 29 27

Minimüzikhol is a small and rather old underground club in Istanbul with three halls and a separate room for smokers. The basis of the musical direction is techno music, and there are always enough people who want to listen to it, and therefore the room is never empty. The most frequent complaints are the impolite behavior of the guards. Entrance: 60 lira. Opening hours : 23:00–05:00.
Address: Cihangir, Soğancı Sk. No:3, 34433 Beyoğlu, İstanbul.
Website : https://www.minimuzikhol.com/.

Ritim Bar — entertains visitors with various musical styles, including rumba, gypsy motifs and others. On the ground floor there is a hall with live music, above the club. The establishment also offers an excellent bar and snacks. There is a summer playground and a winter room. Opening hours : daily 11:00-04:00.
Address: Hüseyinağa Mh., Sahne Sokak No: 20, 34435 Beyolu, İstanbul İl.
Website: http://ritimbar.com/tr/.

Club Olimpia
— for those who love night parties. The club has the perfect mix of dance music, drinks and decent service. The environment is absolutely friendly, which helps to relax perfectly. Opening hours: daily 21:30–04:00.
Address: Tomtom, Acara Sok., 2A, 34437 Beyoğlu, Istanbul.
Website: https://olimpiataksim.blogspot.com/
Phone: +90 533 476 00 42

Vernon Club Beyoğlu — The club is always full of people thanks to modern rhythms and an affordable bar. This is a favorite place for youth companies. Opening hours: daily 01:00-08:00.
Address: Istiklal Caddesi Buyukparmakkapi, Street No. 22/A, 34445 Beyoğlu, Istanbul.
Website: https://vernonbeyoglu.business.site/.

— the club occupies three floors, has two stages and is always packed to capacity. Incendiary music does not allow to sit still. It is especially cool to come here with friends. The range of quality drinks, good service, low prices. Opening hours:
daily 22:00–06:00.
Address: Hüseyinağa, Yesilçam Sk. no:9/A, 34435 Beyoğlu, İstanbul.
Website: http://www.beatistanbul.com/en

Mr. Bliss Bar
— a small night pub where people come to relax and unwind with friends, listen to jazz and blues, while not spending much. A warm, sincere atmosphere reigns inside, the hall is often full, since the institution has its own regular customers. If you are looking for decent bars in Istanbul with a comfortable environment, and your goal is not to dance until you drop, grateful listeners are welcome here. Opening hours: daily 14:00–04:00.
Address: Huseyinaga, Solakzade Sk. 5-5A, 34435 Beyoğlu/İstanbul.
Phone: +90 212 293 38 80

360 Istanbul is one of the best rooftops in Istanbul with excellent food, lounge, fine interiors and drinks. Combines at the same time a restaurant, a bar and a nightclub. The club is located in a penthouse and has a 360-degree view of the Bosphorus and the Sea of ​​Marmara from the building. Great appetizers, delicious cocktails, good music and entertainment. Live performances start at 20:00. There are vocalists, dancers, live performances and non-stop parties until the morning. Opening hours: Friday and Saturday from 12:00 to 4 am. On other days from 12:00 to 2 am.
Address: Tomtom, İstiklal Cd. No:163 K: 8, İstiklal Cd., 34433 Beyoğlu, İstanbul.
Website: http://www.360istanbul.com/

Peyote Club Istanbul — night club. Good sound, great stage for small concerts, soft techno music. Performances can be viewed from the second floor. Musicians from different countries are invited to the club. In general, a very cozy charismatic club with not inflated prices. Opening hours: daily from 13:00 to 4 in the morning.
Address: Huseyinaga, Kameriye Sk. No:4, 34430 Beyoğlu/İstanbul.
Website: http://www.peyote.com.tr/
Phone: +90 212 251 43 98

Küçük by Klein is a typical nightclub without much pretense of originality. If you do not have a lot of money, but have a desire to hang out, this place will be the place where you can have a good time. The prices are not high, the music is dancing, the view of the Bosphorus is excellent. What else is needed for irresistible youth? Opening hours: daily 11:00–04:00.
Address: Kemankeş Karamustafa Paşa, Kemankeş Cd. No 87/A, 34425 Beyoğlu, İstanbul.
Website: https://mudavim.net/kucuk-by-klein-karakoy
Phone: +90 537 946 93 95

Nardis Jazz Club is another popular club near the Galata Tower with nice music. Concerts here start at 22:30 and if you want to get to them, it is best to come to the club before the opening in order to have time to get a table. But it is better to book tables in advance. Opening hours: 20:00–01:30 daily except Sunday.
Address: Bereketzade Mh, Galata Kulesi Sk. No:8, 34421 Beyoğlu, İstanbul
Website: https://nardisjazz.com/


Andon Club — from Istanbul’s most popular and trendy place. The building houses the Rega dance club with the best DJs in the city. On the second floor — Wine House, which serves wine and cheese. Further on the third floor — Turkish music and belly dance at Mudavim Bar. On the fourth floor — meykhane with seafood appetizers, crayfish and fasil ensemble. On the roof there is an open terrace with a restaurant. If you want to have a bite to eat, then a table should be booked in advance. Wine House and rooftop restaurant open at 17.00, all other establishments open at 19.00.00 The entire complex closes at 3am.
Address: IRASELVİLER CAD.NO:31, Taksim, Istanbul
Phone: +90 212 249 36 36

Nightclub Gossip is an expensive club in an expensive hotel with avant-garde design. A much more pleasant atmosphere is in the ivy-covered, oil-lamp-lit garden adjoining the club. The club opens in May and accepts visitors until September. Opening hours: from Monday to Saturday from 20:00 to 4 in the morning.
Address: Taşkışla Cad. No:1 Taksim Beyoğlu, İstanbul Hyatt Regency Hotel.
Phone: +90 (212) 225 70 00

Club Roxy — rock, R&B, jazz and dance music performed by DJs and bands. A frilly, expensive disco bar with a mix of crowds from wealthy students to the dregs of 1980s society. The building is located next to the German Hospital, but since there is no sign on it, it can be quite difficult to find it. The club may close in the summer for a few days or even weeks. So if you want to look here, then call ahead. Open daily from 18:00 to 3:30.
Address: Siraselviler Cad. Arslan Yatagi Sok. No: 1-3 Taksim, İstanbul
Website: https://istanbul.com/roxy-club-istanbul
Phone: +90 212 249 13 01; +90 212 249 12 83

Club Yaga — an inconspicuous door is open to everyone.

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