Posted: 11/7/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Great club to go out dancing. The place is a little outdated and the manager is very friendly. The music is a little outdated and would like it if they played more of Intocable, Pesado, El Poder del Norte, Traileros, Invasores, La Firma, Duelo, La Costumbre, Huapangos, Tigrillos, Zinzzero, Cadetes de Linares, and Hurancanes. The music is good but could be better. Also, would be nice to have a bigger dance floor para los Huapangos. This is the best club that plays Mexican music. \r <br>The service is good, beer is always cold and bartenders are always ready to serve you. The club could use a dress code. Many just go in tennis shoes and wear caps. It would have a better look and a younger crowd would be attracted if they played this type of music that they don't really play currently. The younger crowds like to dance to all types of music not just Duranguense and music from Sinaloa. If the DJ likes that music, its fine but we need to remember that not all the people like that music and need to play a variety of music. I believe that since Tomas (MGR) took over the establishment, things have changed for the good and have attracted a different crowd and the music is a little better but could still add these groups that I just mentioned.
Posted: 5/9/2007Provided by Citysearch -
It is a fun atmosphere, there is plenty of action- good dancers, and a good vibe. If you are looking to broaden your cultural experiences then come to carnival. The men are really polite, and although it can be intimidating going in there it is worth it for those who are open minded and want to learn different types of dance. there is always someone willing to show you how.