Baraza

4.0 star rating
44 reviews Rating Details

Category: Bars  [Edit]

133 Ave C
New York, NY 10009
Neighborhoods: East Village, Alphabet City
(212) 539-0811

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Nearest Transit Station:

1 Ave. (L)

Good for Groups:
Yes
Accepts Credit Cards:
Yes
Price Range:
$
Outdoor Seating:
Yes
Music:
DJ
Best Nights:
Thu, Fri, Sat
Happy Hour:
Yes
Alcohol:
Full Bar
Smoking:
No
Coat Check:
Yes
Wheelchair Accessible:
Yes

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Review Highlights   

  • "...DJ played a variety of styles of music ranging from salsa to reggae." In 18 reviews
  • "...9 of their handmade capriahnas, mojitos, guava margs or passion punch..." In 6 reviews
  • "...to make a slight shift to the east and head to this Brazilian bar." In 3 reviews
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44 reviews in English

  • Review from

    Manhattan, NY

    5.0 star rating
    6/10/2011

    Why do good places have to close?! Please come back Baraza.  I miss & heart you :,(.

    P.S.  Sometimes it takes me months to review places, this place got tired of waiting for my review.

  • Review from

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    • 26 reviews

    New York, NY

    2.0 star rating
    3/4/2009

    Since When Did Latin Dancing Become Synonymous With Hating Deoderant?

    I'm going to focus on three things in this review, and one of them is probably my own damn fault, but I like to blame things on others so just deal with it.

    (1) It is 2009.  I do not give a shit that you don't want to pay the fee associated with running my credit card.  Take my credit card, or I will eat your soul.

    (2) If you go dancing without first putting on deoderant, I will go on Yelp and write about how everyone in the club smells like ass, and how fair is that to the club, really?  I mean it's not like Baraza washed the deoderant off all these dudes as they were coming in the front door...at least, I don't think.  

    (3)  Thanks for all the excess rock-hard, black wooden blocks placed randomly around the super dark room for seating purposes.  It isn't likely at all that someone will walk into these, badly bruising both of their shins. (Call me a klutz if you want, but I was not even drunk yet.  Seriously.)

    Okay, the credit card situation.  Yes, you're some trendy, tiny bar, and you don't want to deal with my credit card, with opening and closing tabs, with paying the teensy little fees, and so when your clientele orders a round and then hands over some plastic you look shocked and say "Oh, Im sorry!  It's cash only.  But there's an ATM outside."  Well, why don't you slide me a few ones to pay my ATM fee then, because last I checked it was 2009 and everywhere takes credit cards.  If my cab takes a credit card, and Starbucks let's me pay for my overpriced latte with a credit card, and the 102 yr old dude at the used book store lets me buy old crusty $2 books with a credit card, then your bar that charges $13 for a martini can suck it up and pay the 3 extra cents associated with processing my transaction to save me the hassle.  Seriously.

    Next: the deoderant issue.  Let me explain something.  There are a few things that I do without fail when I go out dancing.  Actually, scratch that.  When I leave the house.  I brush my teeth.  I put on clothes.  I put on deoderant.  Why, patrons of Baraza, do you not do the same?  I was lucky enough to receive several offers to Latin dance throughout my evening there and it was good to know that I didn't need the cash-only bar to end the night passed out, since I was sure to pass out on the stench of body odor alone coming off my potential suitors.  If you see someone tackling dudes as they come inside and rubbing them down with speedstick, that might be me.  Watch out.  Or wear deoderant.  Your choice.

    Lastly - the seating.  Okay, guys, I'm completely behind the extra seating, and I get that it's super cheap and convenient to place small rectangular blocks around the dance floor so people can move them around to tables as they see fit.  Mostly I'm just pissed because I walked into one when I was trying to greet my friend, and I have a couple big bruises.  I look like a fool.  Fine, it's my fault.  But I'm awesome, so I blame the club.

  • Review from

    • 193 friends
    • 155 reviews

    New York, NY

    3.0 star rating
    3/9/2009

    Inexpensive. There is no name outside, or I didn't see one. I came here for someone's birthday.

    The strength of the caipirinha was what made it more enjoyable, but not the taste. I want my damn sugar cane, and it was nowhere to be found. I would try the mojitos next time. The music is lively, but we were there early, so there was ample space to watch awkward ladies dance. I'd rather go to a salsa-themed nightclub than a bar. Because after midnight, the music changed to hip-hop, which I actually didn't mind, but why the false advertisement?

    And I didn't know if the bouncer was kidding when he said that my ID was fake. Smart. Thumbs down on that one.

    A bar is for falling on the floor and making a fool out of yourself and/or socializing with friends you love-- i.e., The Dead Poet, Jeremy's Ale House. I left just as the crowd was getting a little too big. I'm sure it's pretty pumpin' in there on Saturday nights. But it's not the place to have a birthday party to invite friends from different circles to come together because the dancing just would not happen (no matter how much I drink, and I drink much-- and dance much, for that matter).

    I should have just done Patron shots and called it a night.

  • Review from

    San Francisco, CA

    4.0 star rating
    6/8/2008

    Planned a surprise party here for a Saturday night. If you get there around 10pm, there's no line and barely a soul in the place which makes it PERFECT to grab 1-9 of their handmade capriahnas, mojitos, guava margs or passion punch shots and catch up with your buds and get to know the friendly bartenders. At $6 a drink you obviously can't go wrong, especially on a hot summer night when they're blasting brazilian pop and couples are salsa-ing on the dance floor. But be aware, at about 11pm, there's a line out the door for folks to get in so it really (really!) picks up! Getting there a little bit early is definitely worth not having to wait outside - or at the bar.

    Dinging them a star because they never answered the phone or called me back when I was trying to let them know we had a big group coming (though on reflection, they probably knew it wouldn't be a problem because we were coming at 10pm, but still). Also, they have an outdoor space but slammed the door shut right at 10:15pm. Nice they're looking out for the neighbors, but a little patio would have made this puppy a guaranteed 5 star!

  • Review from

    NY, NY

    4.0 star rating
    10/8/2008

    I Looove when I find places that aren't afraid to bring a little Latin to the east village.
    SO fun, so many good things about Baraza:
    -They have Presidente. I was happily brought back to my lazy times in the DR.
    -Gypsy Kings were played not once, but twice while I was there.
    -Salsa dancing happens without any sort of instructor.
    -The bartenders know how to make a caipirinha (although its not that great)

    Why only 4 stars?
    -The beers seem overpriced in comparison to the mixed drinks
    -Its VERY small and there are not many places to stand without getting pushed over by dancers.
    -There are random plastic naked babies and limbless dolls stuck in the walls. I'm not joking.

  • Review from

    • 126 friends
    • 258 reviews

    CA, CA

    5.0 star rating
    10/14/2006

    It's  a Brazilian Bar!

    Love the dolls everywhere.  It's freaky, but it's hella cool. the people here are friendly.  Yummy $5 mojitos. Hella nice tenders..  Good Latin/Caribbean music.  Way crowded that night but it's all good because someone set off a stink bomb and the place cleared up a bit, heehee.  Next time I'm back in NYC, will definitely be paying this place a visit.

  • Review from

    New York, NY

    2.0 star rating
    8/10/2008

    When: Sat night, before midnight (kinda early I suppose in NYC - around 11 even).

    Why the poor rating? Well, for a Brasilian place, there was no Brasilian music, and I was thoroughly disappointed about that. Instead, there was Mexican stuff for merengue and salsa. What??

    The caipirinha was also quite disgusting. But if you want a strong one to take you through the night, you have your drink.

    Unfortunately, those two disappointments did it for me. On the other hand, it was nice seeing pairs dancing and to be asked so politely to dance.

  • Review from

    • 55 friends
    • 90 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    3/20/2009

    My friend and I were walking along Ave C in search of a bar but the blasting music from this place was too enticing to miss.+0.5 star due to intrigue.  We had absolutely no idea what this place was because the name wasn't on the building or anything. But haaay, no cover!! +1 star.

    This place was PACKED! Hot *LIVE* Latin music! +1 star!!! I was right behind the trumpet player, readying myself for some crazy arm movements and trumpeting. I was not lookin' to get elbowed that night. Anyway, there's def. some interesting decor at Baraza. Plastic dolls on the walls, homie. Kinda freaky but I don't know, kinda fitting too.

    I'm not sure if this place was large or small because everyone was up and jamming. It was definitely a pleasant little surprise to see everyone getting really into the music.

    Oh! Drinks are cheap! $7 caipirinha that F'D ME UP. +1.5 stars!

  • Review from

    Trenton, NJ

    5.0 star rating
    12/30/2008 1 photo

    Sweaty samba dancing, fresh caipirinhas and no cover charge! What more do you need in life?

    I really can't out-yelp any of the other reviews on this place, except to say that if you have ever wondered what type of baby a Brazilian and Colombian would have....it would be a Baraza!

    I went here on Saturday for a Bday celebration, and between the scrumptious $4 passion shots and $7 caipirinhas, we ALL ended up thinking we were the bday girl!

    The music was cumbia, salsa, merengue, reggaeton and samba; all perfect for getting all sweaty with a cute stranger on the dance floor.

    The decor was a little creepy, but gave it a cool spunk. It was very hot inside, but after a drink and a song- it didn't matter...you knew your hair was going to be a ball of sweaty pulp by the end of the night either ways.

    In conclusion get to Baraza, you'll love Latin people so much you might change your dating/mating preferences after this place!

    • Some of the Creepy wall decor

  • Review from

    • 23 friends
    • 223 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    10/22/2008

    I love the funky decor (Barbie parts suspended in shellac!) and the interesting beverage options (guava margarita!). Plus the salsa (plus other miscellaneous) music was great and some people were actually dancing to it.

    The bathroom is the worst-smelling bar bathroom I've ever experienced (that is, until I went next door to the Sunburnt Cow...), but all in all this was a positive bar experience!

  • Review from

    • 49 friends
    • 326 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    5/4/2008

    Tight spaced Brazilian bar w/ outstanding drinks and good music to move to. We got here around 10 on a Sat night and was able to grab a booth. Place gets packed by 11. Cocktail waitress was quick .
    Guys are on the prowl to dance here. Make sure you have backup to save you. I'll be back!

  • Review from

    • 24 friends
    • 88 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    9/8/2008

    had my birthday here, remembered all of 20 awesome minutes. I learned to salsa, had the meanest hangover, and surrounded by great company.

    I'll be back again soon.

  • Review from

    • 26 friends
    • 24 reviews

    Secaucus, NJ

    3.0 star rating
    10/8/2006

    I've been to Baraza a few times. The first few times, although crowded, was a blast. Last night though really changed my mind about the place. Basically it was still crowded since they dont really have a dance floor just people dancing in the walkway, but the DJ completly sucked. I mean I like a mix of music but this guy was putting out some bad salsa tunes then goes to Bon freaking Jovi!! It totally killed the mood, my friend actually sat down and she pretty much stayed down for a good while. The place is also packed with dudes, not that theres anything wrong with that, but they didnt even dance! They just stood by the wall gawking at the girls, what is this 8th grade?

    Anyways this place can be fun on some nights but you'll also have some nights like last night. It's best to bring a date or girl-friend with you if you are a guy, not only would they let you in right away, but you wont look like the other 20 losers hanging out too scared too dance. DJ is hit or miss.

  • Review from

    • 74 friends
    • 479 reviews

    Washington, DC

    4.0 star rating
    10/5/2008

    4.5 stars.
    Great time last night...really great drink (had a mojito...they make it nice...good prices)...great great music, good crowd.  it's small and gets crowded but i don't mind.  perfect.

  • Review from

    • 52 friends
    • 166 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    6/26/2009

    This place quickly became one of my favorite bars in the city. It's hard to fina a good bar that spins some of the best classic salsa known to man. From salsa to samba this place will keep you oscillating all night long!

    What makes it better? The great mix of people. From Latinos, to europeans, whites, blues, greens and purples, everyone seems to just get along great at Baraza.

    As for time, this bar doesn't kick off till at least after 11pm. (I'd say later even) But have no fear! The place fills up nicely as the nights progress. If you get lonely there are barbie dolls all over the walls who more often than not will listen to everything you have to say.

    ****4 stars - quirky and unique, this place serves up a great mix of latin/brazilian tunes in the city. Drinks are pretty wack but the diverse crowd is a huge plus. Great place to go dance.

    Sad to add this, I hope this doesn't become the last Baraza review. Bouncer on saturday said the bar is likely closing in the next weeks. Get it while you still can.

  • Review from

    • 0 friends
    • 43 reviews

    Brooklyn, NY

    4.0 star rating
    7/12/2008

    For about 2 years I could never remember the name of this place - but oh how I loved it. Good drinks and GREAT music. I love coming here late night for some good dancing. One of my favorite aspects is that the people are friendly! From doorman to bartenders to the clientele.

    I have managed to finally keep the name in my memory and always recommend this place to friends.

    = FUN

  • Review from

    • 129 friends
    • 128 reviews

    Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, NY

    5.0 star rating
    12/29/2008

    i felt up a stranger's ass here on Friday night.

    i guess you could say the drinks were cheap.

  • Review from

    • 85 friends
    • 141 reviews

    Long Island City, NY

    4.0 star rating
    3/8/2009

    Plastic dolls on the wall. Sounds from all over Latin America. Affordable drinks. Good amount of seating. People actually get up and dance!!  The bartender made me a horrible capirinha. But everything else about the place was fantastic.  Will be back.

  • Review from

    • 137 friends
    • 253 reviews

    Los Angeles, CA

    4.0 star rating
    8/1/2006

    Loud, crowded, and diverse. The place looks like a freakin Benetton ad with alchohol. Add a few lines of blow to that, and you have my baraza experience.

  • Review from

    • 74 friends
    • 646 reviews

    NY, NY

    3.0 star rating
    11/21/2007

    Baraza is another one of those narrow "hallway" type of bars where it is practically impossible to get through without accidentally punching a few people or spilling your drink on bystanders.  The drinks are cheap and strong - which may have accounted for some ass grabbing =P  Coat check is alll the way in the back in a ghetto corner and you have to fight people to get through.  Music was decent, but too crowded and loud to really hear your friends even when screaming.  And too packed to try to dance.

  • Review from

    Amsterdam, Netherlands

    4.0 star rating
    11/6/2008

    This was the last stop on Halloween night and I really liked this place. At the door, the bouncer was really nice and gave us free drink coupons! I guess he was pleased we were in costume. Anyhow...the make tres bien mojitos. Very fresh! They also played good salsa music and the vibe in the place was very warm and inviting. Everyone seemed to be having a good time and it wasnt a place to just gawk at one another. There were some serious salsa dancers (very good) and I was pleased that the night ended with Latin flavour in the air. Que romantico!

  • Review from

    • 17 friends
    • 66 reviews

    New York, NY

    3.0 star rating
    Updated - 8/12/2009

    To all those Baraza loving fans out there, I'm sad to say that Baraza is now closed. At least the last few times I've tried to go it has been (I'm persistent). So if anyone hears of any other salsa dancing bars with cheap, strong drinks and plastic doll decor, please send me a message. Sniff.

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      3/2/2009

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  • Review from

    • 2 friends
    • 50 reviews

    San Diego, CA

    5.0 star rating
    4/20/2007

    Brazil is in da house!! Ronaldinho, check yoself at the door.  This place has mad crazy mojitos, capirinhas and coronas on the CHEAP.  The drinks are crazy strong and if can keep yo ass jigglin until 1 or 2, you can see the real dancin go on the floor.  The dancers will drop it like it's hot any weekend night and the jams are crazee.  It gets mad crowded though but my posse threw me a surprise bday party there and it was HOTT.  If you bounce the joint without being completely wasted, yo ass has done somethin real wrong.  Hasta luego baby!

  • Review from

    San Francisco, CA

    4.0 star rating
    11/18/2007

    had a great time at Baraza yesterday!  good music, good crowd... drinks are super strong and relatively cheap.  if you're a lightweight (like me), i would ask the bartender to make it weaker.  it was challenging to chat though because it was pretty crowded and people kept bumping into us.  

    anyway wouldn't mind coming back here.  =)

  • Review from

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    • 99 reviews

    Chicago, IL

    4.0 star rating
    10/29/2007

    Delicious (& cheap!) caipirinhas, FANTASTIC music,  a great place to dance... & if you don't come with a partner there are plenty of eager ones-- not to mention that this is one of the few places I've found where the guys actually dance (instead of getting all sketch & gropey) and dance really well. SO much fun!

  • Review from

    • 33 friends
    • 58 reviews

    Toronto, Canada

    5.0 star rating
    12/23/2008

    I found out about this place through http://virtualtourist.com and am I glad I did!!!! Arrived there around 11pm on a Saturday night. It was packed and very, very hot- but that did not matter. Something about the heat and the music just went soo well together. The DJ played a variety of styles of music ranging from salsa to reggae. This is a place you come to dance, not sit (even if you wanted to). Every other person will ask you to dance which is great if you like to meet new people and keep moving on the dance floor. Some that may ask you to dance will be from the very experienced salsa dancers to the beginners like myself. I lasted until 4am and will definitely be back the next time I am in NYC. Highly recommend!!!

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    • 158 friends
    • 205 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    6/8/2008

    Came here last night (was brought for my surprise going away party thanks!) This place is GREAT. It's air conditioned so perfect for hot summer night. The music was great for salsa dancing (some people looked like professionals) and the drinks were delish. I recommend the caipirinhas or any of the margaritas. For 6$ a drink, you can't go wrong.

  • Review from

    • 35 friends
    • 114 reviews

    Brooklyn, NY

    5.0 star rating
    6/29/2006

    A loud ,sweaty , sexy yet respectful time.The best salsa, meringue, and batchata for the newbie and the more experienced dancer. I've been going here for quite sometime and it NEVER gets old. Odd yes, but old never. Ian makes the best mojito's, which are the house specialty. If your pet peeve is a watered down drink you paid top dollar for then have no fear! All the drinks are strong, tasty, and reasonable.
    Summer nights are the best with a young artsy/professional down to earth crowd. Guys bring a girl because it's always packed and they wont let you in quickly with all your boys with you. And come to dance, otherwise get out!

  • Review from

    • 19 friends
    • 223 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    2/15/2009

    This unsuspecting storefront in the E. Village is hiding one of the best hidden gems in the area. The sultry atmosphere and the tangle of bodies thumping to the Latin beat keeps the party going all night long. Drinks are relatively cheap but a little more alcohol would be enough to give this place an xtra star.

  • Review from

    • 31 friends
    • 46 reviews

    New York, NY

    5.0 star rating
    7/13/2008

    I love Baraza. The atmosphere is laid back, the decor is a mix of dolls heads, pennies on bathroom walls and uncomfortable seating....i LOVED IT....the drinks are strong but if you get yourself a newbie bartender be sure to school them on how to make the drink. Dancing is Great when DJ Irv and DJ Eric spin....I've been lucky to go when they're on the 1's and 2's, I've missed them sometimes and in those case the music is sub par with a DJ that won't take requests....i mean come on!! it's the LES. they also have outdoor seating which is tiny but comfortable...

  • Review from

    • 382 friends
    • 610 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    2/15/2009

    I give this place a thumbs up...except for their cash only bar...other than that, they had great drinks..great people...awesome DJ and bartenders! We did have an advantage I suppose bringing some left over cupcakes from our potluck dinner to the bar and sharing it with the people who worked there. The DJ would come ask for a dance before the music ended. The bartender also mixed us up a couple free shots of this yummy orange based concoction. I danced my heart out here. People just come and have fun. It's a cool, chill and upbeat hot spot in Alphabet City. The decor was modern..I was a little weirded out by the baby faces and the toy dolls located around the place... it was interesting I guess.

  • Review from

    Bronx, NY

    4.0 star rating
    5/18/2009

    I admit that I have a pretty bad sweet tooth when it comes to my adult beverages, but the mojito I had was just nothing special.  For a place that places mostly salsa and merengue, I expected MUCH better.  Good thing it was only 7 bucks.  On the other hand, the DJ was really good and kept up a good mix so that you didn't feel like you were salsa-ing for an eternity.  For a Saturday night, the crowd was pretty well spaced out, only packed in by the bar.  The dance floor was empty enough to provide 2 happily plastered girls with enough space to twirl and spin themselves into oblivion.  I'll definitely come back to this place...after libations elsewhere.

  • Review from

    • 28 friends
    • 80 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    7/21/2009

    This is a great place for a laid back night in the East Village.  Get your dance on with some salsa music and your drink on with some great mojitos.  Whenever my friends and I go there is usually a good crowd looking for fun and no one is caring about looking stupid when they really don't know how to dance.

  • Review from

    • 33 friends
    • 248 reviews

    New York, NY

    5.0 star rating
    1/31/2009

    I heart Avenue C.

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    • 99 reviews

    Astoria, Queens, NY

    3.0 star rating
    3/19/2009

    When I think about my experience at Baraza, here is what comes to mind: no cover, inexpensive drinks, and disgusting bathrooms.  The music was fun, people were dancing (although I thought it was a pretty narrow space for dancing), and the drinks were decently priced.  However, the thing I think I will always remember about Baraza is that they had the most disgusting bathrooms I've ever used in a restaurant or bar.  Words cannot express the ickiness of it.  I don't know if that was a fluke or if they always have gross bathrooms or what, but god.

  • Review from

    • 5 friends
    • 35 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    6/14/2010

    It's definitely closed, replaced by some bar that didn't look half as good. Too bad.

  • Review from

    • 34 friends
    • 87 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    1/6/2009

    In my attempt to get away from midtown east, we ventured to Baraza last Tuesday night. I think it was an odd time to go out being before new years so I can't really judge this place. It was Reggae night, the drinks were buy one get one free, which was a plus. The place was small, drinks good and decor interesting. It was pretty empty with only 4-5 other people there (10pm) - but again weird Tuesday night, another 10 or so people came in by 1130 - wide variety of people. I would def go back again perhaps on a weekend to see what it is really like.

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    • 7 friends
    • 26 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    2/19/2010

    Was a cool place.. but I thinks it's closed :(

  • Review from

    • 39 friends
    • 34 reviews

    Manhattan, NY

    3.0 star rating
    5/27/2009

    With the number of Latinos increasing in NYC, you wonder, why there aren't more places like Baraza where they play an eclectic mix of latin music...Baraza's definitely got alma (soul en espanol) and character...it's a chill place to grab a few drinks with some people if it's not too packed and if you're with a few friends who want to dance and hang, Caribe style.  Here are your problems: 1) Fellas, the selection of talent here is not always the greatest--BYOC (Bring Your Own Chicas) or else all you will be shaking are your straws to your caipirinhas, not your moneymakers; 2) drinks, while tasty, are not all that strong--it does help, however, that they are pretty cheap; 3) the bathroom here is downright scary...you can survive, so long as you play that game when you hold your breath while passing a cemetery on the parkway...if you turn blue in the face, however, just exit and resuscitate yourself with a $7 caipirinha!

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    • 38 friends
    • 168 reviews

    New York, NY

    4.0 star rating
    2/7/2009

    baraza is a cute, nondescript (i don't think there's even a sign outside), little (and when i say little, i mean little) place to do a little salsa dancing and let loose.  after not wanting to wait for china1, some friends and i headed over to baraza to shake our groove thangs.  the place was packed to the brim, but we were able to snake out a little corner for ourselves.  i liked that they didn't only play latin music, but threw in some hip hop every couple songs.  huge plus= requesting "suavemente" and the dj actually playing it a few minutes later.  huge negative= i should have watched what kind of vodka the bartender put in my drink because i was retching when i got home that night.  no bueno senor!

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