Best Salsa Clubs In  Los Angeles

Latin Nights from Monday to Sunday

For all my Latin dance lovers, if you’ve ever wondered “Where can I go salsa dancing in Los Angeles tonight?”, you’re in for a treat. From Monday to Sunday, from the west side to downtown, there is a salsa dance night club in Los Angeles that’s going off. So, get ready for some non-stop spinning and sexy bachata moves everyday of the week. 

Generally, salsa night clubs play 85% salsa, 10% bachata and 5% reggaeton music. They offer salsa dance lessons from 8-10pm with a beginners class from 8-9pm and an intermediates class from 9-10pm. Then, at 10pm the “social”, or the party, starts until 1:45AM. The entrance is either free or costs $5-$10 (which includes the classes). 

 
If you’re looking to improve on the dance floor, contact Luis Mendez or “Rumberito” (which in Spanish means, one who loves to dance) for private and/or group salsa dance lessons, women and men’s technique and styling. He’s not only talented (he won international dance competitions), but extremely kind, funny and patient. I’ve improved a lot learning from him! You can get in touch with him via Instagram and Facebook.
 
Here’s a list of the Best Salsa Nightclubs in Los Angeles:
 
 
Salsa Dancing Schedule

MONDAY

  • Floridita (Hollywood) – $10 cover 

TUESDAY

  • Senator Jones (Santa Monica) – $10 cover

WEDNESDAY

  • Sofitel (West Hollywood by Beverly Center) – Free entrance 
  • Steven’s Steak & Seafood House (Commerce City) – $5 cover, mostly bachata

THURSDAY

  • Rain (Studio City) – $5 cover 
  • Clifton’s (Downtown LA) – Free entrance

FRIDAY:

  • The Warehouse (Marina del Rey) $10 cover

SATURDAY 

  • LACMA from 5pm-7pm, Free, outside

SUNDAY 

  • 3rd Street Promenade from 6pm-10:30pm (Santa Monica) – Free, outside, no classes
  • Steven’s Steak & Seafood House (Commerce City) – $5 cover, mostly bachata

Latin Dance Nights

Here’s a shortlist of Latin Dance night clubs that play every type of Latin music including meregue, cumbia, reggaeton, salsa, bachata. They’re “Latin nights” rather than “Salsa Nights”. 

  • Congo Room
  • La Descarga 
  • Club Bahia 
  • Caña Rum Bar
  • Granada

Be sure to stay on the look out for the Los Angeles World Salsa Festival here.

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