This was a very fun event: The show entertaining and the food delicious. The performers were very professional and at times interacted with the audience. Each guest gets their own bottle of wine or a huge bottle of beer. You have several choices for appetizers, entrees and desserts.
The dance class was fun, though a little short (about 30 minutes). I think I would have preferred the class to be a bit longer so we could learn a few more "smooth moves." Also, it would have been fun to put our moves into action during a group dance with the performers later in the night.
The activity was kind of expensive - US$120 per person. The venue was intimate with only two rows of tables surrounding the stage so you might find a similar, larger event for less money per person. (I personally liked the intimate, up-close setting.) The pricing in Argentina was very odd. Nothing was published. You just had to trust what a salesperson told you when you asked about the cost. This made us always feel like we might be getting the "U.S." price, or whatever someone thought they could get from us. This was probably just my paranoia. A few times we learned what others paid and it was always consistent with what we did, but unpublished prices still make me uncomfortable.
Overall, LOTS of fun. I would recommend this to friends that could afford it.
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