Not too many places can combine hot salsa dancing with dining just as exquisite, but this smouldering Latin club-restaurant smack in the middle of ... More
Not too many places can combine hot salsa dancing with dining just as exquisite, but this smouldering Latin club-restaurant smack in the middle of upscale Yorkville does just that. Patrons come for the Seared Sea Bass (CAD21) and stay for the merengue being dished out on the dance floor. The menu crosses several national boundaries, with grilled breads like lavash, crostini and roasted red pepper (CAD6-6.25), Grilled New York Striploin (CAD22.50), Grilled Salmon (CAD19) and a Smoked Chicken Fusilli (CAD13.95).
I REALLY ENJOYED , I HAD A GOOG TIME OVER THERE.THE MUSIC IS GOOD 100% LATINE.
ANY PLACE THAT YOU GO, YOU MAKE THE FUN IT DOESN'T MATTER HOW IS THE PLACE OR HOW MUCH YOU PAY. THE MOST IMPORTAT IS HOW YOU FEEL "BABALU" MAKE ME FEEL HAPPY AND CONFORTABLE. IF YOU GO WITH SOME FRIEND YOU CAN GOT MORE FRIEND ALSO YOU CAN FIND SOME ONE SPECIAL.
SOMETIME WE THOUGHT, THE CLUB IS ONLY FOR MEET PEOPLE TO FUN AND NEVER PRETEND TO GET SOMETHING ELSE SO, MAYBE IS TRUE, SO GO OUT AND TRY WHO KNOWS. LET'S GO AND TRY " BABALU"
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