At stylish cocktail lounge Mundo Bizarro, red lights mean “go” for amazing cocktails and rockin’ music.
Locals agree when they describe this spot as “muy bien ambientado,” a Spanish phrase meaning “very atmospheric.” Edgy decor inspired by American pulp culture of the 40s, 50s, and 60s set the stage for some of the best cocktails in Buenos Aires. The bar’s wide range of classics cocktails are always excellent, but Mundo Bizarro inventions like the Golden Calypso from handsome mixologist Pablo Pignatta are highly recommended.
Music at Mondo Bizarro, both from the jukebox and live performances, are for those who like to rock. The crowd is mixed and gays are welcome.