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The following is a partial list of Cuban and Latin American cultural venues in the Los Angeles metropolitan area.

KPFK, 90.7 FM

KPFK is the listener supported Pacifica Station in Los Angeles, dedicated to promoting cultural diversity, understanding between individuals of all backgrounds, and freedom of the press.

Café Danssa

11533 W. Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA
(310) 478-7866
18 & over
Cover: $10.00

Brazilian samba every weekend; live music and dance lessons.


8384 West Third Street
Los Angeles, CA
(323) 658-8898
21 & over
Cover: free with dinner 

Spanish cuisine and Latin music.

The Conga Room

5364 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA
(323) 938-1696
21 & over
Cover: varies

Latin dinner and dance club. Full bar, Latin dance lessons, comedy.

El Cid

4212 West Sunset Boulevard
Hollywood, CA
(323) 668-0318
All ages
Cover: fixed price for dinner and show

Old world Spanish cuisine and Flamenco floor show from Wednesday through Saturday.

El Floridita

1253 North Vine Street
Hollywood, CA
(323) 871-8612 
21 & over

Cuban food and live Latin music on the weekends.

Grand Avenue

1024 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 
(213) 747-0999
Cover: $15

Huge dance club with the live Latin music and Latin DJs.

Latino LA

An informative web site offering information about the Los Angles and National Latino culture, including news, music, books and other related events.



401 North La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA
(310) 659-4999
Cover: $10 ($5 on Tuesdays)

Intimate and fun restaurant and night club with some of the best Latin-Brazilian sounds in the city.

The Mayan

1038 South Hill Street
Los Angeles, CA 
(213) 746-4287

Ritzy downtown night club with live rumba, salsa, mambo, chachachá and more.


10717 Venice Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA
All ages
(310) 841-6525

Brazilian restaurant and music club. Every Thursday is Cuban salsa night.

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