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As others said, the salsa dancing does start late, but when it does, this place is hopping.
A very good share of the people dancing (not part of a show) were salsa instructors either in Cuba or in their own countries. Great to watch and...great to dance!More
Located ca 10 min by taxi from Havana center. Great music, great dancers, shows and you get a nice breeze from the sea on the dancefloor. Can't say anything about the food, never tried it. I recommend this for anyone who come to Havana and...wants to dance salsa.More
This wasn't as advertised, although it said it started at 8pm it didnt really start until 11pm which was far to late for us. This place was empty until 10pm and peering in there were just about 4 people there, so it wasn't the all...night dancing that was advertised. Also, we found it difficult to get a taxi back from there and as it wasn't popular it felt a bit unsafe hailing a cab.More
We went here for dinner following being recommended. Firstly, they do not take card. I was then offered to be driven to a cashpoint to which I was charged for the journey. My wife stayed in the restaurant and asked for a glass of wine,...she was given a bottle. When I returned I asked to see the wine list to ascertain the price and was told that there were 2 choices, ‘red or white’ so I didn’t need to see a list, and was charged 26cuc for a bottle I never ordered. Food was adequate, service ok, staff rude as when I asked for a taxi it took 2 people to sort this, then I was given clearly somebody they knew - and charged 10cuc - twice as much as the licensed yellow taxi I had used to get there ... out simply, avoid. There are much better restaurants who value the business and if I’d been allowed to pay by card I would have spent more.More
if you want to see a lot of Cuban people out for the evening, come by the Malecon. this walking path stretches for what seems to be miles and has every type of laid back hanging out that you can imagine. from fishermen to guitar...players and salsa dancing, this is a slice of culture that is not to be missed.
TIMING: this is at night, when the sun is starting to go down.More