What are some typical ways to socialize, either with local people or with other expatriates? Are there groups or clubs that you can recommend?

Internations, international women’s group. Clubs, bars, etc. There’s lots of things to do. - Sep 2018


Restaurants, BBQs, bars; it's basically South Texas, but with violence. - Mar 2014


Plenty to do, although US government personnel are restricted to the neighborhood of San Pedro Garza Garcia between midnight and 6am. However, San Pedro has plenty of restaurants, bars and clubs, especially since the area nightlife has transitioned over here with the increase of violence in other parts of the city. However, it is occasionally frustrating not to be able to attend private parties or events in other parts of the city, as nightlife does not get going here until 11pm. - Oct 2012


Clubs, bars, restaurants, some museums. VIP movies are cheap, so we went to a lot of those. - Oct 2010


Everything is available here, so you are able to have as much of a social life as you want. - Jul 2010


Again, kind of boring for those of us who aren't in college and don't have kids. Most social interactions are small groups at homes or restaurants. There are fun places to go out downtown but transportation can be hard and it is a young crowd. - Jan 2008


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