An authentic South American themed nightclub just a stone's throw from Temple Underground Station, Salsa doesn't just promise delicious cocktails and a hearty food menu, this place also features salsa classes, cocktail masterclasses and fun-time Latin party vibes.
London's Best Salsa bars
Fire, passion and technique. Salsa dance movements originate from the Cuban Son dancing of the 1930s and can now be found in various London loctions for you to try your hand at. If you have always wanted to learn salsa but you don't know where to go, then we are the people that can tell you where it's all going down for some serious salsa boogie and a good night out. Check out our recommendations for the best salsa bars in London.
Salsa in Piccadilly is an authentic London DJ bar which plays Latin music and is famous for hosting live music every night of the week. Take advantage of their Happy Hours to get more cocktail for your money while you learn some new moves. Latin Krazy is their usual Thursday salsa class night.
Did you know that Fulham's very own tiki paradise is home to some of the most fun salsa nights in London? With fresh fruit cocktails, holiday vibes and a chilled atmosphere, this Polynesian paradise is the ultimate spot.
The Two Brewers is a popular and fun-time gay club which has been a popular venue for salsa classes in Clapham since 1997 and they have been doing it for that long for a reason. It has the perfect size, not too big, not too small, brilliant dance floor and an incredible sound system.
It's time to dance the Latin way, as Coya Mayfair invites you to this quirky night filled with live music and a whole load of salsa. Make your way to Piccadilly where you'll find big tunes and £9 cocktails all through the night.