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Mambo Dallas Dance Spots


Al Amir
- 3885 Beltline Road, Addison, TX - (972) 488-2647 - This club is a great party. DJ Leo plays a great salsa and latin mix all night to keep the dancing hot. They serve food, have a full bar, and hooka! Be warned, it can get pretty packed and hard to dance by 11:30pm, but the floor is a nice hard wood and the music doesn't disappoint. Dancing goes until 2am. $5 cover, free for ladies over 21, ample free parking, valet available.


- 3957 Belt Line Rd, Addison, TX - (972) 701-0817 - DJ Luis D playS a mix of salsa, bachata, and more at this Peruvian restaurant. Casual dress, $5 cover, free parking, 8pm-12am. I'm not sure if they card for ages.


Inca's Cafe
- formely "La Esperanza" - 2662 N Josey Ln, (behind Jack-in-the-Box), Carrollton, TX 75007 - (972) 323-4968 - This is a nice family Peruvian restaurant with DJ Barney and Baxspin playing a salsa/latin mix, ample parking, no cover (unless they have a special event, $5 cover). There are lessons sometimes (for a fee), but schedule varies. Try the Peruvian food- kitchen closes at 10pm, dancing 10pm until 1am. All ages to dance, 21+ to drink.


- 22907 West Northwest Highway, Dallas, TX 75220 - (214) 352-3321 - Stratos has a nice wooden dance floor and there is no cover. DJ Colombiano and DJ Evolution play a mix of Bachata, Salsa, latin pop, and sometimes Kizomba.There is a full kitchen menu and drink specials all night long. Jay offers a free class at 11pm-ish, so dancing starts pretty late here, but goes to 2am. It is a fun night open to all ages.

- 210 E 8th St, Fort Worth, TX 76102 - (817) 870-9750 - Feel the Cuban breeze in the heart of Texas. Mambo Dallas started the first Bachata night in DFW here at Embargo in 2009. Although we are no longer teaching here, we still love the mojitos and the Cuban sandwiches! Free Bachata Lesson at 9:30pm with Kane. No Cover. 21+, Ample free parking. Music is a mix of Bachata, Salsa, Merengue, Top 40.


Blue Mesa
-14866 Montfort Dr, Addison, TX - (972) 934-0165 - They have started up salsa dancing on Thursday nights now too, but we haven't been yet. Food and drinks available. 21+

- 2508 Maple Ave, Dallas, TX - (214) 450-0452 - A trendy Uptown bar that has a Latin night on Thursdays with a music mix of Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Reggaeton, dance, and global hits. No cover, but you have to pay $10 for valet. 9pm-2am, 21+.

Coppertop in Arlington no longer has salsa on Thursday nights.


PURA Salsa Social
- NEW LOCATION - Celebrations: Custer Rd, Plano, TX- Pura Salsa Social is held every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month and are open to the public. The studio has a nice wood floor, mirrors, and tables around the dance floor. The event is all ages and BYOB! It's a great environment to just get out and dance. A mix of DFW's finest salsa DJs take turns playing sets all night. There is a separate bachata/kizomba room too. Cover is $10. On2 salsa or bachata lesson at 10pm with Katie & Wander for only $5.

One Bistro + Bar at the Holiday Inn DFW
- Forth Worth, TX - There is no more salsa here anymore.

Mambo Cafe
- 2020 N Lamar St # 225, Dallas, TX. Unfortunately, Mambo Cafe closed in early 2013. We'll miss it!

Shark Bar & Grill
- 6121 W Park Blvd, Plano, TX, The Shops At Willow Bend - (214) 556-2787 - A DJ plays Salsa, Bachata, & Merengue music from 9pm to 2am. Free parking with valet available. No cover. We heard it's a nice spot!

Blue Mesa (Dallas)
- 7700 W.Northwest Highway, Dallas, TX- 21+, $5 cover 10pm-2am

Gloria's Restaurant(Addison)
- 5100 Belt Line Rd. 852, Dallas, TX 75254 - (972) 387-8442 - Glorias Restaurant is the largest and best known Latin restaurant chain in the Metroplex. The food is great and so are the drinks! Great live band: Havana NRG. $10 Cover, after 10pm, 21+. Ample parking. It gets packed and at times it's hard to dance, but a great place to hang out with friends, listen to live salsa music and enjoy some margaritas.

Soleil Dallas
- 10945 Composite Dr, Dallas, TX. This is a new venue with wood floors and two stages. They play more salsa and bachata at the beginning of the night and then more club music later in the night. 21+, free for ladies, $5 for men after 11pm, $5 valet parking or free for unaccompanied ladies.


- 4080 Beltline Rd, Addison, TX - (972) 661-1069 - We are not sure if they still have a salsa night....

Blue Mesa
-14866 Montfort Dr, Addison, TX - (972) 934-0165 - Blue Mesa, while famous for their Sunday brunch, kick things off on Saturday night with a fun latin night. There's food and dancing until 3am. The bar has a great selection of tequilas. DJs rotate with DJ Colombiano and guest DJs, but they all play reliably good salsa and bachata. Short all level free bachata class @ 10:15pm. The dance floor is nice smooth wood and a good open space. There's a patio to cool off on when you get too hot. There are weekly themes and prizes, occasional dance performances, and an on-site photographer. Nightly featured tequila cocktails and raffle. Dress code enforced, $5 cover, 21+, valet available.

Mambo Cafe
- 2020 N Lamar St # 225, Dallas, TX - CLOSED

Gloria's Restaurant (Addison)
- 5100 Belt Line Rd. 852, Dallas, TX 75254 - (972) 387-8442 - Glorias Restaurant is the largest and best known Latin restaurant chain in the Metroplex. The food is great! Live band: Havana NRG. $10 Cover, after 10pm 21+. Ample Parking. It gets packed and at times it is hard to dance.

Soleil Dallas
- 10945 Composite Dr, Dallas, TX. This is a nice new venue with wood floors and two stages. They have an excellent live band on Saturdays. 21+, free for ladies, $5 for men after 11pm, $5 valet parking or free for unaccompanied ladies.

The Latino demographics are booming in North Texas, and nowhere is that clearer than in the thriving selection of Latin clubs to be found in and around Dallas. Here you'll find music bursting with drums and accordion that you'll just instinctively have to dance to. So it's high time we round up the best Latin clubs that the area has to offer (and there are more than we can fit onto a list of 10). These are the best places to put on your boots, order a little bit of liquid courage and bashfully make your way on to the dance floor to embarrass yourself a bit. Let's get moving, because come on, shake your body, feel the rhythm of the music getting stronger.

10. Sandaga 813

The last man standing in Expo Park is one of the better places to catch some Latin beats and world music in all of Dallas. The owners do their best to cater to all walks of life with their gloriously eclectic spot. Yeah, you hear more about the jazz, hip-hop, techno and soul here, but don't sleep on the Latin nights; you'd be missing out on a hell of a party.

813 Exposition Ave., Dallas,

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9. Carnaval Night Club

This may or may not has previously been the location where Brett Michaels wrote Posion's hit “Every Rose Has It's Thorn.” That's up for debate, but what is not is the No. 1 Harry Hines-adjacent venue to indulge in cheap drinks, cumbia, tejano and country jams while showing off your best pair of boots and largest belt buckle. They're having some growing pains, but the spot is just in too perfect of a location to not prosper. Expect a lot form Carnaval in the future.

2711 Stoney Ln., Dallas,

8. Sisu

God, I can't believe I put an Uptown location on a list. Yes, Sisu is in Uptown and, yes, it attracts an Uptown clientele, but their Thursday night mainstay, Latin Thursday, is one of the best places to indulge in the best salsa, merengue, bachata, Top 40 and Latin hits from around the world. So yeah, you're in Uptown, but you're at least dancing your ass off.

2508 Maple Ave., Dallas,

7. Escapade 2001

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10701 Finell St., Dallas,

6. Kaliente

If you're looking to groove and want to get a little out there, then I have the perfect spot for you. Dallas' hottest Latin spot is Kaliente. This place has everything: Shots, singles, music, awkward divorced suburban dads on their first night out with Betty from his office. It even has annual White Parties. These come complete with intricate dress codes strictly enforced by human bleach sticks.

4350 Maple Ave., Dallas,

5. Embargo

Since 2006 this Fort Worth location has offered free bachata and salsa dance lessons every Wednesday and Thursday night along with delicious Cuban fare and some of the best DJ nights in Funky Town. They also have a stage for live bands which they feature frequently, including Latin jazz, and their Mojitos are some of the strongest in the area. Two Mojitos and you're failing to grasp what the salsa teacher is trying to explain, but no one cares because they're all in the same boat.

218 E. 8th St., Fort Worth,

4. Havana Lounge

REAGATONNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!! Bro, this Cedar Springs mainstay get's wild with the Latin house DJs taking over and getting people out there to shake each and every thing they have while the tequila flows like honey from a hive knocked over by a silly ol'oso. S4 gets all the hype for dancing, but Havana is where people with rhythm go.

4006 Cedar Springs Rd., Dallas,

3. New West

New West might be the best Tejano club in all of Texas, and — wait, I'm burying the lede here. :et me put this in all caps: YOU GET A 16OZ LONE STAR AND A SHOT OF JAMESON FOR $6!!! Forget Latin, cumbia or Tejano anything; that deal makes this the best damn bar in Dallas. $6 Lone Star and a shot, and you get to dance. Why are you even reading this? Get your ass to Northwest Highway.

6532 E. Northwest Hwy., Dallas,

2. Medusa

The owners of Far West doubled down with a state-of-the-art night club that's drawn some of the biggest DJs and Latin acts to Dallas. It's still in its early stages, but it's become the place for people who want to show off for their date. Wads of cash are being dropped left and right in this place, but the music almost makes it all make sense. You have to get fancy sooner or later, and it might as well be the place that almost had Lil Wayne perform that one time.

1930 Pacific Ave., Dallas,

1. Gloria's

I know you think this is too high, but honestly has any local establishment done more to push Latin music, food and culture than Gloria's? They provide some of the best food in town, some of the best drink specials, and top it off with dance nights, live music, and DJs. Everyone has had a few too many at Gloria's and tried their hand at keeping time on the floor, and they're going to continue to do so for decades to come.

5100 Belt Line Rd., Addison,

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Best Latin Dance Clubs In DFW

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DFW is one of the best places to be if you are looking to celebrate different cultures and enjoy all of the fun that other cultures have to offer to DFW nightlife. If you are looking for a night of Latin dancing, there are quite a few places in both the Dallas and Fort Worth areas where you can dance the night away and even get free lessons in case you’re not a very experienced dancer.

Cafe Cancun
4218 Lemmon Ave.
Dallas, TX 75219
(214) 654-0115

Cafe Cancun in Dallas offers the Latin dance club feel with upscale dining as well. It boasts some of the best margaritas in town and offers a large list of margaritas, including some special signature versions. Each night of the week offers something special including $1 margaritas on some Wednesdays. A different DJ plays almost every night of the week which means that there is no shortage of music to salsa to.

Shark Bar and Grill
6121 W. Park Blvd.
Plano, TX 75093
(214) 556-2787

Head over to Shark Bar and Grill on Friday nights for International Fridays. There are two floors of dancing and the music being played will include Latin hits as well as other popular music. If you’re not an experienced dancer, that’s fine because it also offers free salsa dancing lessons so you can learn to dance with the best of them. Table reservations and bottle service are available so just make sure to call ahead.

210 E. 8th St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
(817) 870-9750

If you’re looking for dance nights, this is the place to go. With bachata every Wednesday and salsa every Thursday and Sunday, there are plenty of dance nights to choose from. On Friday and Saturday nights, there is a live band as well as a DJ later on. Free dance lessons are offered every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday at 9 p.m. From beginner to intermediate, the instructors will help you make new friends and learn a new skill that will make going out even more fun.

Related: Best Ballroom Dance Studios In DFW

Barcelona Bar
515 Houston St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
(682) 231-1515

Barcelona is one of Fort Worth’s most popular Latin fusion night clubs. It has resident DJs, DJ Elements and DJ Danny West, that keep the music going all through the night. With salsa music, Latin dancing and drink specials, this is one of the best clubs in Fort Worth to find that Latin flavor. Every Friday and Saturday night, the DJs play anything from bachata, salsa, top 40, merengue and more. The dress code is strictly enforced here so come dressed to impress.

One Bistro & Bar
14320 Centre Station Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76155
(817) 399-1800

This restaurant and bar, located in the Holiday Inn DFW Airport South, may not be the first place someone thinks of going for a night out of salsa dancing. However, every Friday night is salsa night at One Bistro. With a mix of American and Latin fare on the menu, this is a great place for those looking for a comfortable spot that still offers a night of Latin dancing. The dance floor becomes very popular and isn’t just open to those staying at the hotel. It also offers parties for those looking for a place to celebrate a special occasion.

Related: Best Zumba Studios In DFW

Kelsi Gerwell is a freelance writer covering all things Dallas-Fort Worth. Her work can be found on

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