This is one of the more popular cabaret/performance spaces in Mexico City, now home to satirical plays, stand-up comedy, and nearly everything in between. There’s a little something here for the off-beat theater lover in everyone. This site opened in 1954 by the Mexican poet Salvador Novo as a forum for artistic expression. It later became "The Habit," a main site for cabaret. Since 2005, it's been El Vicio (the Vice), a haven for alternative cultural art. Here you can enjoy concerts by independent artists, book readings, documentary screenings, and functions to benefit causes and projects supporting alternative artists.
Mexico City› Attraction
Café Teatro El Vicio
Our Rating Neighborhood Col. Coyoacán, at the corner of Centenario Hours Thurs, 9:30pm–2am; Fri, 10:30pm–3am; Sat, 8pm–3am; Sun, 7pm–1am Transportation Metro: Coyoacán or Viveros Phone 55/5659-1139 Prices Cover M$20–M$35 Web site Café Teatro El Vicio
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