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Bars, Salsa Clubs
Cumbia, Mergenue, Salsa

Mojito opened on July 13, 2007 with a gala evening featuring Niurka Marcos (Cuban-born actress and singer), as well as Andrés García. This comfortable and lively dance club overflows with the flavor and tradition of old Havana. It's a refreshing change from its many Condesa zone neighbors. The venue can accommodate about 350 people and it does fill up. Mojito is frequented by celebrities (like Luis Miguel) as well as local partiers and tourists. Current entertainer Aramis Galindo and his group offer a traditional Latin dance sound with their live music of mambo, salsa, bachatas and cumbia. The cocktail revolves around the mojito, in fifteen varieties or more, including the Elewa, made with rum, melon liqueur, watermelon and raspberry. The “Changó” is a mixture of mezcal, pineapple juice, coconut milk and nectar from sugar cane. Two bars are in full operation all night, from 9 pm until 5am. Come early, especially on weekends, as this club can become crowded very quickly. Mojito is air conditioned and has valet parking. If you can’t dance salsa, no problem, dance classes are offered Tuesday to Sunday from 7 pm to 9 pm. Mojitos is for slightly more mature crowd that other Condesa offerings. Shorts and tennis shoes are not recommended.

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+52 (744) 484 8274
Av. Costera Miguel Alemán, Acapulco, Guerrero