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We attended a private party at the Conga Room. It is a nice place to throw a party. Nice dance floor. It gets loud with the band playing and there was no place to have a conversation.
The place did not feel super clean and...More
I've been here multiple times and usually order bottle service which comes with a bottle of your choice (we chose grey goose) and 3 chasers (Red Bull, pineapple juice, and cranberry juice). Awesome service except we had to pour our own drinks and our bottle...More
The place is nice, but gets so crowded that ordering a drink from the bar will take you a good 30mins. Prepare for a long wait. The dance floor is overcrowded and makes it hard to move....other than that, good music and good people. Place...More
We came here on a Saturday (Memorial Weekend), so it wasn't so crowded when we arrived. The club is beautiful. There is parking right next door. I think $5.00 for the first half hour and then $10.00 each hour after. There is also another parking...More
I was actually kinda disappointed of Boca. I'm a regular at the conga room. Therefore, I decided to eat at he restaurant before a concert. Our waitress took a long time before taking our order. The food was dry and it was a small portion....More
Stay away from this place!
1. The food sucks - they don't even know what they serve! I asked for a "tamal" and they brought me a thick corn tortilla. Get your food right people! The taste was ok but my poor husband got the...More
As a very experienced latin dancer. It was a horrible experience. I did not hear 1 salsa song over 3 hours, & in general not a place for a experienced dancer to go plus a $20 cover charge. In general it sucked...
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