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Bongos Cuban Café American Airlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami.
Cover: $20 after 10 p.m.
The biggest Latin club in Miami. Located in the back of the
American Airlines Arena. Most of the Salsa is played outside, and the outdoor floor is made of concrete tiles. Good place to hang out with friends and meet new people, but not too good to dance Salsa anymore.
3600 SW 8th Street, Miami
Fridays and Saturdays
Cover: $10 - $30 depending on the night.
Fridays are DJs nights with a mix of Reggaeton, House and Latin beats. Saturdays are Cabaret nights with different shows including Cuban Comedy and live bands. Presenting Cuban Timba bands from time to time. The DJ plays a mix of Latin music including some Salsa.
7137 W Flagler St., Miami
Thursdays and Sundays - Salsa
Comedy club & dancing Fridays & Saturdays
Hoy Como Ayer
2212 SW 8th St., Little Havana
for info or reservations
Opens Wednesdays to Saturdays 9 p.m. - 3 a.m. with a different event every night. Artists change weekly. Amaury Gutierrez,
Manolín "El Médico de la Salsa",
Los 3 de la Habana,
and more. See their website for details.
8488 SW 8th St., Miami
Viva Fridays (Lots of Salsa from the 80s & 90s)
Older crowd from 30 to 60 years on average.
5757 SW 8th Street
Wednesday Salsa night with music by DJ Cabrera and DJ Lisuan. 2 x 1 drinks before midnight.
10730 N.W. 25th Street, Doral.
Cover $10 - $20
Latin mixed nights with live concerts from time to time on Saturdays in the back parking lot with a capacity of up to 4000 people. A good place to hang out with friends and meet new people, but not to dance Salsa, unless you are coming for a concert. Check their website for concert listings.
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
A neon jungle with salsa, samba and merengue, right on the beach.
Lots of tourists who haven't a clue, but love the beat! This is
a great place to go have a drink, socialize (and participate in
the 'meat market', if you are into that), but that's about it.
reason we mention Mango's is because every tourist that comes to
Miami wants to go there. It's world famous! An unfortunate side
effect is that a lot of out-of-town Salseros think this is a Salsa
club, and it is not. Do not get me wrong. I like
the place, but it's not a Salsa club, and that's what this list
is all about. In summary, as a place to hang out, I give it an A.
But as a place to dance serious Salsa, I'm forced to give
it an F. We can't have it all, can't we? : )
738 NE 125th St.,
Salsa on Thursday nights, with free class early.
11402 NW 12th Street, Miami
Live band on Fridays (9 p.m.), Saturdays (11 p.m.) & Sundays (8 p.m.)
Tapas y Tintos
448 Española Way, Miami Beach
Salsa on Tuesdays with free class.
PAX: Performing Arts Exchange
337 S.W. 8 St.,
(directly under the 95 overpass)
This place is more than a club, it is a very interesting place with lots of great music, interactive art, sometimes food, much of which is Latin something! It could be Jazz fusion, Rock, acoustic, Rumba, Brazilian, or even something more eclectic. Check out their website for the schedule, which is always changing. If you're feeling like expanding your horizons, this is the place to go! Every Friday they have an Afro-Latin thing going on.
501 Lincoln Rd. (NW corner of Lincoln with Drexel),
Salsa nights on Fridays hosted by Salsa Mia Dance School. Classes from 8:30 to 11 p.m., then live salsa music with Tony Succar, 11 p.m. to 3 a.m.
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