Party Earth Review As San Antonio’s nightlife district, The West End offers its mostly British denizens a sprawl of raucous bars concentrated within six square blocks just off the port. The neon signs of the endless bars on Calle de Santa... ... read full review
The West End
San Antonio, Ibiza –
As San Antonio’s nightlife district, The West End offers its mostly British denizens a sprawl of raucous bars concentrated within six square blocks just off the port.
The neon signs of the endless bars on Calle de Santa Agnes begin to flash as soon as the sun sets, bringing out droves of boozed-up young partiers who pack the entire area.
The uproarious action also branches off onto the smaller but no less party-happy streets that slope up and away from the harbor to create a pedestrian zone that teems with wild, rambunctious revelers stumbling around until morning.
While pub crawls are the main event in this part of town, party-seekers will find everything from hectic dance floors, vibrant live music venues, and even a few mellow lounges in The West End as well.
Mostly rowdy Brits, bachelor and bachelorette parties, and organized pub crawlers, 18 to 25.
Music varies by bar. Two strip clubs located near the main drag. Street markets on the outskirts of the neighborhood.
Fast food and take-out restaurants on the main strip, better pub grub on the side streets. Smaller clubs concentrated around Calle Vara del Rey, both east and west of Calle de Santa Agnes.
Beer €4+, mixed drinks €6+.
Any night between 11pm and 3am.
Hush (Calle de Vara del Rey, 15) is a sultry bar and miniclub where a better-dressed English crowd shows up to let loose on the dance floor.
Bar Colon (Calle Colon, 1) appeals to a mostly international crowd and features a wide variety of rock and indie music blasted at mind-boggling volumes.
Kedamos (Calle de Vara del Rey, 2, next to the Pacha shop) is a subterranean bar and one of the best-kept local secrets. Situated on the fringes of the West End, the bar is identifiable only by a sign placed well above eye level and a sliver of a door that leads patrons down to a small bar room where good-natured regulars and bartenders make everyone feel at home.