After dinner with Carolyne, Reena and I strolled around town and ended up at Cafe Havana. Reena loves to dance, especially the salsa, so we just had to go in and check the place out.
In addition to food and drinks, Cafe Havana offers live music and Latin dancing all night long. All members of their staff – from the servers to the kitchen – are trained to dance and enjoy strutting their stuff with customers. You’ll never have to worry about not having a partner because there will always be someone with whom you can dance.
Another cool thing about Cafe Havana is that they offer dance lessons every night. Don’t worry if you don’t know the difference between the salsa and the cha-cha or have two left feet like me. The staffs are happy to slow things down for you and give you some pointers.
While we were there, the live band played a variety of upbeat music. It got people out of their seats and dancing, which I guess is the entire purpose, and this created a lively and fun atmosphere. While I’d probably be too intimidated to go to a Latin dance club because I lack any type of dance experience, Cafe Havana’s relaxed and welcoming attitude made learning to dance very appealing. I’d definitely urge you to visit them if this is the kind of nightlife for which you’re looking.