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Salsa dancing at the Nuyorican Cafe

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Salsa dancing at the Nuyorican Cafe
San Juan may seem small for a capital city, but there’s no need to worry if you’re a night owl, thanks to the abundant number of nightlife options. Many hotels have live music and dancing, and the capital has plenty of clubs. Not sure where to go? Make a beeline to a longtime favorite, the Nuyorican in Old San Juan. It’s a small, crowded dive of a spot, where drinks are served unfussily in plastic cups, but craft cocktails aren’t the draw here. The live music – and the incredible dancing – are what have locals and visitors “breaking night” at the Nuyorican. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know the moves; someone will inevitably offer you their hand. Don’t be intimidated; the fun is giving the steps a try and immersing yourself in the moment.
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312 Calle San Francisco, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico
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