Salsa Clubs in North Carolina
Lovers of Latin salsa dance and tasty food will definitely find their way in any of North Carolina’s salsa cities: Asheville, Charlotte, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Raleigh-Durham, Wilmington, and Winston-Salem. Generally, these clubs offer a close look at a local neighborhood-style Latin party. Patrons won’t surely be stuck with salsa, but they will also enjoy merengue and bachata as well. A number of salsa clubs are located in the Triangle Fiesta strip in Raleigh. The Triangle Fiesta hosts the largest Latin and International parties in the Carolinas, offering a variety of settings where people will enjoy and appreciate the music and food of the Latin Americas. Offering entertainment at its best, Triangle Fiesta features a number of parties where patrons will definitely enjoy spending the night dancing and socializing with a diverse group of people.
One of these clubs is the Spice Street Restaurant located at Chapel Hill where the First Friday International Party is being held. The party, which happens every first Friday of the month and has been going strong for five years, is considered the biggest Latin and International Party in the Research Triangle. It invites hundreds of people to dance and mingle while enjoying Salsa, Merengue, Euro, Brazilian, Reggae, Latin Rock, Bachata and more. Spice Street boasts has a huge dance floor and an outside patio. A VIP room located upstairs is also available for private parties. Happening every last Saturday of the month is the Brazilian Party hosted by the Oliver Twist Lounge in Raleigh. Patrons will surely be enjoying the tune of the music like Samba and Pagode. Also located in Raleigh is the Red Room Tapas Lounge where Latin Thursdays are being held.
This popular Latina and International Party, which is recently voted as the Best International Party Club in Raleigh, is housed inside a New York-inspired bar and restaurant that features a chic ambiance that is adorned by the best plush coaches as well as a long bar. Red Room’s Spanish Tapas cuisine is also something to taste for. Those who are interested to learn to dance shall not fret because they are offering free Latin dance lessons. Definitely, the Red Room is a synonym to fun, not only for advanced dancers but also for those who just want to mingle and take a peek in the Latin arena.
Who said going back to school cannot be fun? Carmen’s Cuban Cafe and Lounge in Morrisville invites students and other patrons as well to enjoy the Back to School Party. The party happens every August but is restricted to students who are eighteen years old and above. Other places for Salsa and Latin music-loving are: La Canasta Dominicana (Charlotte), Cosmos Cafe (Charlotte), The N Club (Greensboro), Fred Astaire Studios (Raleigh), Club Eleven on Grove (Asheville), Congo’s Latin Club (Fayetteville), The Ramada Inn (Wilmington) and The 411 (Winston-Salem).