The music was nice, the interior space was pleasant (intimate, even), but the drinks were quite awful.
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We walked by earlier in the day and were greeted by a guy dressed like a chef that handed us a pamphlet and showed us the menu. He pointed to the happy hour sign that said 2 for 1 daiquiris Q30. So we went back...More
Our tour leader took us here to celebrate the final night of our three week Central American tour. We were not disappointed. The food was excellent. I had chicken with garlic and lime and an excellent tiramisu. The atmosphere was great and so was the...More
Almost didn't go in because I didn't like the menu appearance and the fluorescent cocktail bar sign inside, but my boyfriend reckoned we should give it a go so we did. I am SO glad we did, it was so cool inside with murals painted...More
I've been going to Guatemala for the last ten years, and one of the absolute highlights is seeing Ignacio Perez Borrell play live in Antigua (he is one of the original members of the Buena Vista Social Club, and his group Buena Vista de Corazon...More
I heard about this place when I asked around about salsa dancing. I wish I could've went there every night! I dance salsa and was itching to find somewhere to go. They have live music every night and it's not far from Central Park. I...More
Our tourguide took us to this place and I'm glad he did! Place looks great, people were friendly and the food tasted wonderful! The band plays a little loud, but if you're up for some salsa dancing, this is the place to go!
Restaurant is big and has several ambiances, decoration is very quaint, there was live music the night we visited. Food was good, not expesive, servcie was very fast and friendly.
I visited here several night for the great live salsa music! There is a great band there every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night! I didn't eat a meal there, so I can't speak on that, But the atmosphere is really cool! It was a very...More
Excellent little bar/restaurant where regular salsa musicians perform at night, typically Thursday through Saturday. We didn’t eat a meal here, but we did spend a few hours on Christmas Eve soaking up the music of Rene Darce and Zincrid Pineda who, along with their conga...More