The crowd at Lov is beautiful and meticulously turned-out, like many of the clubs in Bogotá but pouters and posers aren’t welcome. A long, neon-pink bar crowns the entrance and the oversized chandeliers reaffirm Lov’s tongue-in-cheek glamour. DJs play to a packed dance floor of twentysomethings who relish the rarity of electro in a Bogota. If the neon lights and cramped space get too much, then there’s a semi-open back room with bare-brick walls and wide open windows. Many come here to smoke or to take a well-deserved break from the clubbing chaos inside astride red velvet sofas. Lov doesn’t serve mixed drinks or cocktails, either, only hard liquor, and aguardiente is the shot of choice.