Leonor, an underground club hidden in the heart of Mexico City


Located in the middle of a busy street, you would never stop to think that the door to this place led to a location filled with great music and excellent drinks. In fact, you’d probably pass on by, never knowing you’re missing an excellent party.


After a whole makeover, Leonor is back in track with all the good vibes to get you up and dancing.

Every weekend this little place has the honor of putting together epic dancing nights right in the heart of Mexico City. This includes all the ingredients a great party must have: Fun and Excess. The music changes with the DJs, but all set lists are made up with the finest underground mixes that go from the classics like Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder to the popular never-heard-before beats, all without giving up the underground mix style.

Leonor is one of the best night clubs of the Condesa zone, located in the street Nuevo León 163.


It is a select place – only people who are strictly looking for it know that behind the abandoned building there’s one hell of a party waiting for them.


Upon entering the club there is a section where the music is low enough to chat with new friends. The next room is where the dance floor and the DJs are making the show – you can’t miss it.

There’s an iconic disco ball. An ACTUAL disco ball. It spins and everything.


The bar is decorated ~grandma~ style, if your grandma happened to be the coolest person on Earth. There’s a chandelier and a beamed ceiling, and even a portrait painting of who we presume to be Leonor.


Behind the bar, there’s a nice terrace where you can light up a smoke.


It’s a nice little place that will get your feet moving all night, non-stop. It’s a whole new kind of party at the Leonor underground club.


Where: Nuevo León 163, Colonia Condesa, Ciudad de México.


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9 thoughts on “Leonor, an underground club hidden in the heart of Mexico City

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    1. That “grandma” is Maria del Carmen Villar Ochoa, my grandmother! Painted by Teresa Villar my grandfathers sister, a well know artist in the 70s in Mexico City. Her art is on display in several places around the city.

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