Chango's Havana Club
23535 W Interstate 10, San Antonio, TX 78257
(210) 698-8922Add Hours
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We were at the club last night. We surely appreciated the atmosphere. Laid back and comfortable. The age group ranged from mid to late 20's (what appeared to be MATURE 20 year olds) to some folks being in their 50's, a respectful crowd.
The music was great. The drinks were not bad... typical of any bar. There is an outdoor patio that had a band as well. We really enjoyed ourselves and will definitely visit again.
We avoid going to clubs that have too many 21 year olds celebrating their new right to drink and discovering what it is to dance dirty on the dance floor with one an other. Didn't see that at this club.
01/04/2009Provided by Citysearch -
We went to Chango's last night to meet a couple who recommended the place. It's not a far drive if you live north of 410, but it's far enough to where they couldn't possibly charge a cover in order to lure people out... or so one would think. It's a BAR all the way out in BOERNE and, much to my chagrin, I had to fork over $5 to get in... and I had a date! Honestly, they should have paid me for bringing in a pre-menopausal female. The place was packed and the music was loud, but the crowd wasn't great. If you're looking for cougars, stick to the Stone Oak area; this seemed like a lot of older married couples, which I wasn't really expecting, especially from the friends we were meeting. Drinks were expensive and very, very watered down. The waitress even charged me for top-shelf when I didn't ask for it by name (bad idea), so I was surprised to find that the cigars were moderately priced... however, the girl selling them cut at least a half inch off the end, with what must have been a dull blade, so they started to unravel after a few minutes. The band was good, but they were only playing stuff from the 70s (Barry White, no joke), which was surprising and fitting at the same time: surprising because it was a Saturday night, but fitting because half the crowd probably owned those vinyl-records when they were in college 30yrs ago. It wasn?t too smoky and they had a large patio that could be fun in the summer. If you?re in the area, it?s worth a visit to check out the art and maybe have a drink, but I probably won?t be back.