Casa de la Salsa
Ex-Convento de San Diego
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Estatua Ecuestre al Patriota Morelos
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Casa de la Salsa information
Lonely Planet review
Locals converge to shake their collective ass to a rocking four-piece band on a raised stage in this dark, cavernous club. Don’t worry, this is not one of those snooty, show-off salsa clubs, so feel free to get loose. Tequila and beer are dirt cheap, which makes the atmosphere lots of fun.
Dancing isn't confined to the hours of darkness either. Fancy a whirl at 4pm on a working Tuesday? No problem! If dancing's not your thing, then there's also a bunch of pool tables.