Although it has improved somewhat in recent years, Puerto Iguazú's nightlife is nothing to get your disco flares in a twist about. Most of the bigger restaurants stage live traditional music at weekends, while a series of new, youthful bars has popped up along Avenida Brasil, offering late-night alfresco drinking. The slickest of these disco bars is Jackie Brown, Av. Brasil 180 (tel. 3757/421-208). The designer-white seating inside goes well with the designer-chrome seating outside. This place rocks to techno all weekend until 5am, with a more eclectic mix of pop during the week. Across the street is the more laid-back La Tribu, Av. Brasil 155 (tel. 3757/421-794), with tropical Latin beats reverberating around a stylish deck and inside bar with black leather seating. It is open every day from 6pm to 2am. Even more chilled out is Puerto Bambu, Av. Brasil 96 (tel. 3757/421-900). This is a large corner bar with a giant bamboo veranda and a reggae music list that goes well with frequent happy hours. It is open every day from 5pm to 3am. Cuba Libre, at Paraguay and Brazil (no phone; email@example.com), has been around the longest and plays tropical beats until late.
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