For those Latin American dance fans, Che is the place.
rnThis lively bar/club/restaurant, named after the hero of the Cuban Revolution and staffed by Cuban waiters, is decked out like a dungeon, filled with military paraphernalia of bygones past and with revolutionary graffiti on the walls.
rnYou can sit at the bar and watch the barman mixing cocktails (the mojitos here are said to be the best in the city) or take shots from the tequila girls; they even serve the South American herb maté here to boost energy and keep you dancing for longer.
rnThe balcony restaurant serves above average Mexican food, but with live latino bands, you can imagine that the atmosphere takes off, the feet start shuffling, the hips start swiveling, and as the evening progresses, not only is the crowded dance-floor packed out but the tables become impromptu podiums as well.
rnThe Russians go crazy here, but there is tight face control, so you’d be advised to get here early or you’ll never get in.