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Open 24 hours a day, the lakefront wine bar Trentis Lakebar, J.M. de Rosas 435 (no phone), is a great place for a cocktail. Bariloche is home to a handful of discos catering to the 16- to 30-year-old crowd. These discos adhere to Buenos Aires nightlife hours, beginning around midnight or 12:30am, with the evening peaking at about 3 or 4am. The cover charge is usually $3 to $4 (£2-£2.70) per person, and women often enter for free. Try Roket, J.M. de Rosas 424 (tel. 02944/431940), or Cerebro, J.M. de Rosas 405 (tel. 02944/424965). Earlier in the evening, locals gather at the Roxvury, San Martín 490 (tel. 02944/400451), for funky music and big-screen light shows. There are a number of local pubs, including Wilkenny, San Martín 435 (tel. 02944/424444), and Pilgrim, Palacios 167 (tel. 02944/421686). Microbrew pubs are also popular in Bariloche. Downtown, try Antares, Elflein 47 (tel. 02944/431454). Cervecería Blest, Avenida Bustillo, Km 11.5 (tel. 02944/461026), the oldest microbrewery in Argentina. Next door, Berlina, Avenida Bustillo, Km 11.75 (tel. 02944/523336), is hip and fresh.

The Worest Casino, Av. San Martín 570 (tel. 02944/425846), is open from 9am to 5am. Cine Arrayán is a one-screen local cinema at Moreno 39 (tel. 02944/422860). A more modern cinema is at Shopping Patagonia, Onelli 447 (tel. 02944/427189). Both often show English-language movies with Spanish subtitles.

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