Everyone knows of the Latin presence in Miami. So, it’s not surprising – even outside Little Havana – that there are many more establishments with a clear Latin influence throughout the city. One of the most famous is Mango’s Tropical Cafe, situated in the South Beach area (Miami Beach). This place opened in 1991 as a Caribbean and Reggae cafe, but, as the city developed and the Latin influence grew, this club leaned more towards the hot rhythms of salsa, meringue, samba... In this cafe, you can eat, but what you must do is try a Caipirinha, a Margarita or a Daiquiri while swinging your hips to the rhythm of the dancing, live music and various shows which usually liven up the evenings. A place which is famous among the locals for its entertaining, colourful atmosphere... the hottest place in town!
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