From a recent thread on my Fan Page concerning Drinking and Dancing:
"…To keep a venue wanting to host a salsa night, the biggest issue by far is bar sales… bar sales keep the lights on and the business open. Without them, owners might find other communities to host or decide to triple or quadruple their door prices to compensate. With them, every bar in town is begging for your community to be there, opening opportunities everywhere you look…."
Salsa dancers are known not to drink much. However, the great thing about Analog Cafe is that their food is just as good as their alcohol. I heartily recommend their Shells and Cheese (Mac and Cheese). Their chefs are legit and don't mess around; everything is made from scratch. Their menu is here.
Muevete Jueves' return last week could not have gone any better. Big thanks to everyone who attended and made it a success. The Casineros opened the eyes of the staff that night.
By the way... if you want to hang out beforehand, I'll be there around 8:00 to have a little dinner before I set up.
*Mike is Rumbanana Salsa Group's Director. Thanks for the words of wisdom, Mike.
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