Bongos Cuban Cafe

Bongos in Miami provides the mood for experiencing the true Latin beat in Miami. Owned by singer Gloria Estefan and her husband, Emilio, Bongos Cuban Cafe exudes the same energy the Latin star produces on stage, making it a hotspot for late-night dancing and one of the most popular nightclubs in the city.

During the day, Bongos Cafe Miami serves lunch and dinner amid colorful art deco accessories in stylish surroundings, featuring floor to ceiling windows. A group of large bongos lines the bar area for patrons to try their hand at playing a Latin beat.

In the evening, Bongos Cafe Miami becomes scene for hot salsa music and dancing on the circular bamboo dance floor. The state of the art sound system at Bongos Cuban Cafe blasts out live music, generating energy throughout the two levels of the club.

The club has two terraces with large umbrellas for viewing Biscayne Bay, the port of Miami, and the downtown skyline. Separate VIP sections are available for special events and parties, and the club features a light show on Friday and Saturday night. The full bar serves specialty drinks including classic mojitos.

Bongos in Miami is open Friday and Saturday from 9:30 pm to 5 am, making it a perfect spot for late night entertainment during a Florida vacation. If you're looking for unique things to do on a trip to MIami and are interested in the nightlife, this location is well worth a visit, aong with hot spots such as the Purdy Lounge and Mangos Tropical Cafe.

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