Sarasota really comes alive at night and there's lots to do under the tropical, Caribbean sky. Salsa fans can start the evening with a dinner cruise along the Sarasota Intercoastal Waterway.
It's one of the best ways to enjoy the spectacular sunset, and you will have wonderful meal as well. This is a popular activity, so be sure to make reservations.
If you prefer to stay on land, then there are many restaurants where you can enjoy Latin music or Cuban music while you dine.
If you like your food spicy, then check out the city's many Mexican restaurants. The Cinco de Mayo on Main Street offers authentic Mexican cuisine in a cozy atmosphere.
The chile relleno is a particular favorite with diners. The Columbia Restaurant in St Armand's Circle is the place to go for authentic Cuban cuisine. You can dine outdoors and watch the world go by.
Have the 1905 salad with any meal ñ it's delicious! Try Cuban and Colombian fare at Mi Tierra Restaurant on Washington Boulevard. The food is absolutely fantastic. Other great places to try include Two Senoritas and Sangria Tapas Bar in downtown Sarasota.
Salsa dancers will be happy to check out the Latin nights at nightclubs all over Sarasota. Many restaurants and bars offer occasional live bands, but there are also several places with regular salsa nights.
The Rumba Lounge has a great dance floor and mostly plays salsa. It's a popular venue that soon gets crowded. Club Escapes features a live band on Saturdays, so it's a great place to salsa.
Once a month, Wilson's Dance Sport is where it's at. This beautiful ballroom features wonderful performances and sizzling sounds from the best local and national Latin performances. It's the perfect place to salsa.
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