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New York, New York
January 20, 2005
Mums the word on which brave lady got up onstage. Needless to say, the energy of Club Roxy’s live performances, their potent margaritas, and the abundance of space they provide to cut a rug could well have been an inspiration for her impromptu leap into Puerto Vallarta stardom.
The club’s live R&B and Blues Rock music acts perform from 9pm till 1am. Club Roxy provides an early happy hour, where beers are incredibly cheap, but the room seems to really heat up later into the night.
If you find your tummy growling from too much exertion on the dance floor, the nearby taco shop serves tasty and cheap fare and is open until the wee hours.
From journal Love, Tequila, and Five Wild Bridesmaids
August 25, 2003
From journal Puerto Vallarta
September 2, 2000
The raised bar area when you first walk in is a great place to grab a drink and scope out the place. Large groups may want to find a big table near the dance floor. Couples might want to find a plush, relaxing seat in the 'hideaway' in front of the stage. If you are solo/sola there's always a barstool with your name on it. Once you've found a place to plant, you may not stay seated for long! The house band is fabulous, with a huge song list, playing popular music to the obscure.
In the first set, the band breaks out music worthy of at least a few spins on the dance floor. The club is diverse, making it fun for any lover of live music. If there is a famous musician in town, chances are they will be here, listening to the band or possibly stepping up on stage to join in. The beer is cold, the music hot, and if you still want to party after the bar shuts down, hop in one of the taxis right outside the bar and head off to the Zoo Bar.
Sunday nights; the regular house band is off, but who ever fills in is also worth staying for.
No cover chagrge, so you are free to come and go and check out other bars in the area, chances are you won't want to leave the Roxy!
From journal VIVA Vallarta!