Hotel Byblos’ Billfish Sports Bar has ladies night on Mondays, offering rum or vodka with soda mixers for the ladies and specials on beer for men. While there you can play in the newly revamped casino or shoot some pool on one of the 4 pool tables.
Casino action in Manuel Antonio at Hotel Byblos or shoot some pool at the pool tables
You can enjoy live Salsa/Meringue music at Bambu Jam starting at 9 pm. This is also a restaurant so you can get there a bit earlier to have dinner.
Tuesday nights is also Ladies Night at The Lounge; they offer free vodka and rum with coca-cola or fresca for the ladies. Starts at 10pm and goes till 2am.
On Wednesdays you can enjoy live music at El Gran Escape Restaurant which is in Downtown Quepos. The local bands that perform there on Wednesday nights are Urubamba and Vino Tinto which play Salsa, Merengue, and Cumbia music, a little taste of Latin American music, also offering awesome food, drinks, and atmosphere.
Also on Wednesday nights you can head over to The Lounge for Reggae night, with drink specials and reggae music from 10 pm till 2 am.
The Lounge in Manuel Antonio offers Ladies Night once again every Thursday night with rum and vodka free for the ladies with coca-cola or fresca as mixers.
You can head back over to Bambu Jam for live salsa music from 9 pm till 11pm. Tsunami Sushi in Quepos turns into a late night trendy lounge spot on Friday nights. Enjoy air conditioning, comfy couches and drinks from 10 pm till 2.
Nightlife in Manuel Antonio – Live Music at Barba Roja – great restaurant and bar
Legendary Saturday nights here in Manuel Antonio will bring you to Barba Roja from 10pm until 2am. Ladies can enjoy free vodka and rum with any mixer of their choice with a c1000 colones cover charge. The men pay c5000 or $10.00 and receive 3 free drinks of choice.
Late night on Saturdays most head to the local disco Arco Iris in Quepos. There is a c3000 or $6.00 cover charge for your entrance, great music and air conditioning. They also have a restaurant area for your late night hunger featuring traditional Costa Rican eats.