Anonymous itself is one of the fairly dark and atmospheric bars in Bogota, with plenty of sofas and a large red bar that takes up most of the back room. There’s a huge range of cocktails and liqueurs on offer, though once again martinis are the most popular. The electronic music that pumps through makes for a space that is somewhere between casual watering hole and full-blown club. Certainly, some will start their night here with a few drinks, but others will make Anonymous the main event. By the end of the night you’ll have to fight with your elbows to move, and it’s best to be in a group of three or more if you want to be a part of this high-energy crowd. Though of course, it is Zona T, so everyone will still leave looking immaculate.