The policy here is keep it simple. A lax door policy and a noble cover of 50 MXN grants you access to the ultra-wide dance club decorated with pink neons and hardwood floors. They play top 40 music videos, have unicorns on the walls, and play reggeaton with pop hits mixed in—hip-shaking encouraged. Although, from time to time they’ll play more obscure hits much to the chagrin of the millennial crowd. Baby can be summed up easily, cheap and refreshing. The staff is friendly, and the spot isn’t ostentatious.
The untamed nightlife of CDMX is legendary and it extends (of course) to the best gay bars in Mexico City. As the pulsing epicenter of the country, Mexico City is where you can catch a drag show, hit up a lesbian bar or dance the night away to a mix of reggaeton, banda, cumbia and more (there's a dance floor for every type of queer).
In this list of unmissable gay clubs, you'll find everything from the classic Tom’s Leather Bar – a daring and exhibitionist option since the 1990s – and Zona Rosa’s preppy club, Kinky, complete with gogos and strippers to the classic La Purísima, named on multiple occasions as one of the local LGBTQ community’s favourite hangouts and even a couple spots where straight folks are welcome too.
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