I went with a group of girls and we all had different meal/drink plans: some just paid for the drinks they had, some paid for the Tapas and Teapots - a selection of 5 tapas with bread and 3 teapots of cocktails to share, some paid extra for a wrist band to have 3 cocktails on top of the Tapas and Teapots.
There was a live band playing from about 8 until 10, a bit too early to leave on a Friday night as they were good and gave the place atmosphere. Then the DJ played lots of salsa music, lots of it on vinyl, plus some disco/soul music.
Overall, a good night out with some decent music, nice food and a great feel to the place.
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