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by dan boorman
London, Alaska, United Kingdom
March 13, 2008
East Haven, Connecticut
September 26, 2004
We went to the Bull Dog Cafe. The club was in walking distance from the resort, however there was one-way transportation provided with your special admission. We got there around 11pm and were greeted with a friendly pat down before entering. Once inside there was a big open dance floor and current dance music was pumping through the sound system.
The group had a reserved section and two private waiters to get our drink orders. For me the most impressive part of the evening was the full bottle of Jose Cuervo left on each of the reserved tables. The night started slow, but soon turned into a quagmire of excited single and couples looking for everything that the Cancun nightlife had to offer.
When we finally had enough, the short walk back to the resort was but a blur. We had a great time... boy I wish I was 23 again.
From journal Last Minute Mexican Vacation
March 26, 2007
From journal Surviving Mexico
New Castle, Delaware
March 23, 2005
We managed to negotiate a deal so that it was $10 cover for people who didn't want drinks and $13 for one drink. Normally, it's something like $20 cover, including two drinks, or $30 for open bar.
There wasn't much of a dance floor since there were lots of tables in the middle of it, and it seemed like people were more interested in getting drunk than dancing anyway. There are three different levels, including a Jacuzzi next to the stage. When we were there, a rock band came on and played songs that were more suited for people in their mid-30s.
My conclusion is that it wasn't such a great place to dance. If you want a place to sit down and watch a rock band, it's not bad, but definitely not a real "club".
From journal Cancun - The Legend and the Truth
April 13, 2005
From journal Cancun is a Party