Things To Do

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Aguardiente - 204 Calle Canals, Santurce

At Aguardiente, every night is Ladies' Night, and after 8:00 p.m., women get free sangria until midnight. This is the place that makes you stay out too late dancing and drinking, jamming to live music in La Placita in the heart of Santurce. This is not the place you go to for a chill night; it's where you go for a party and to dance until dawn.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Shing-A-Ling Inside La Factoría, - 148 Calle San Sebastián, Old San Juan

The innermost bar of La Factoría is a popular spot among locals and visitors who are thirsty for salsa dancing. Need a break? Step out to Vino or the front bar for a breather. And because you're in one of the top 50 bars in the world, you know the drinks are going to be great.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

La Vergüenza Puertorrican Chinchorro Calle Tanca, Old San Juan

During most of the week, La Vergüenza Puertorrican Chinchorro is just a regular bar, but on Sundays, the drums come out, and people dance bomba, plena, and rumba on the street. On Fridays, a DJ plays Latin music, and for special events, they'll bring live bands to get the party started properly.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

La Terraza de Bonanza

 Ave. Eduardo Conde 1751 Pda 25, Santurce If you want an authentic experience, swing by La Terraza de Bonanza on a Monday night for some live bomba and plena music. These are two styles of traditional Puerto Rican music with a driving drum beat and intricate dance moves. Let the experts show you how it's done while you enjoy the unstoppable rhythm chased with a cold beer and some fried appetizers to share.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Taberna Los Vázquez

1348 Calle Orbeta, Santurce From Friday to Sunday, there's live salsa music and dancing at Taberna Los Vázquez. Actually, almost every day of the week, there's dancing at this laid-back bar on the fringes of La Placita. Also, Wednesdays and Thursdays are karaoke nights!

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Piso Viejo - 1917 Calle Loíza Local 2, San Juan

For some midweek relief, head to Piso Viejo on Calle Loíza. Jukebox Wednesdays feature hits from the 80s, 90s, and 2000s through Bad Bunny — with an accompanying happy hour. Thursdays are Salsa Nights, and along with a live orchestra, they also offer free salsa dancing lessons. Occasionally there will be a Dirty Friday with DJs laying down some sexy beats.