Pint After Work
If you've got an early start tomorrow and can't stay awake till the clubs start jumping, head to Titanic (Avenida Santa Fe 2516; +54-11-4822-7530), which opens at 7 P.M., offering light meals and after-work drink specials.
Sitges (Cordoba 4119; +54-11-4861-3763; SitgesOnline.com.ar) is a laid-back video bar with shows, lots of really fun '80s music, and a nice mix of gay women and men.
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The Axel Hotel boasts two bars: Sky Bar and Cosmo Bar (Venezuela 649; +54-11-4136-9393; AxelHotels.com). Sky Bar offers cheeky cocktails alongside a sultry swimming pool while Cosmo Bar invites you on the scene to be seen.
Bulnes Class (Bulnes 1250; +54-11- 4861-7492; BulnesClass.com.ar) is a cool loungy gay spot perfect for watching some of B.A.'s most handsome residents before heading out for a night of dancing.
Late Night Meetings
Lose the tie and hit the huge three-story Alsina (Alsina 943; +54-11-4331-3231; PalacioBuenosAires.com), one of the city's hottest clubs, full of a new kind of descamisados -- the shirtless hunky gay wonders of Buenos Aires. Gay nights, though, are only Fridays and Sundays, so put it on your calendar.
Amerika (Gascon 1040; +54-11-4865-4416; Ameri-K.com.ar) offers much of the same sexy shirtless fun all weekend within an interesting multilevel space with hidden areas above.
Contramano (Rodriguez Pena 1082; Contramano.com) is the city's oldest gay club, opened in the last days of the military regime. It's a more relaxed alternative to the hyperclubs.
There's somewhere to dance every night of the week in Buenos Aires. Check street kiosks for gay and lesbian maps, or pick up a copy of Imperio or Otra Guia at a newsstand. Travel company Pride Travel also puts out a guide called La Ronda.