We went for dinner on a Thursday night, when they have their salsa night. The atmosphere was good with nice music and people moving on the dance floor - just a notice that if you are interested in seeing all the action, you will have to ask and be seated somewhere close (we only saw the dancing part at the end since we were sitting far away) or if you don't you can ask for a more quiet table. The employees were polite and somewhat attentive since it was very busy. The food was very tasty but at the same time very expensive (you even have to pay for the chips and salsa).
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