Outside of Mango's Tropical Cafe
#The Lowdown

Spanish & Latin Clubs in Miami

By Travel Savvy

Florida has been a hotbed of hispanic culture since the Ponce de Leon arrived in 1513, and Miami has been luring visitors seemingly ever since. Today, Miami's spanish and latin nightlife culture consists of hot days and sexy nights filled with hip shaking, latin beats of salsa, bachata samba and more.

Check out these three tropical destinations in Miami, where the atmosphere is lively and the dancing goes all night.

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Mango’s Tropical Cafe

900 Ocean Drive

www.mangostropicalcafe.com

Monday-Friday 11:45AM-5AM; Saturday- Sunday 11AM-5AM

Pedestrians strolling up and down famed Ocean Drive are automatically drawn in by Mango’s pulsating latin beats and the sight of dancing bodies all day long. It’s not uncommon to enter in broad daylight and end up shimmying the night away. While the main bar’s deejay focuses on salsa and popular hits, patrons can head upstairs for hip hop. Nightly dance performances and latin dishes make Mango’s a popular hot spot.

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Yuca Restaurant and Lounge

501 Lincoln Road

www.yuca.com

Monday-Thursday 12PM-11PM; Friday-Saturday 12PM-12AM; Sunday 11AM-11PM

Yuca Restaurant and Lounge gives patrons a taste of Cuba with animated live music, dancing and authentic cuisine. Every Wednesday and Friday evening, guests are invited onto the dance floor for Salsa classes offered by Salsa Fever Miami. Even the inexperienced will love the festive atmosphere at Yuca! Bonus: don’t forget to try their homemade mojitos for extra confidence on the dance floor.

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Club Tipico Dominicano

1344 NW 36th St

www.clubtipicodominicano.com

Monday-Thursday 10AM-11PM; Friday-Sunday 10AM-5AM

Locals know this cozy family owned restaurant in Miami’s Art District for their authentic Dominican cuisine, featuring dishes like the Carne Guisada or Mondongo Tipico on the menu. Visitor and night owls flock to this spot for their lively performances, bands and excellent selection of bachata, merengue and salsa music that keeps the party going until morning.

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