Would you be able to move? Means would you like to move? On the off chance that you don’t know, at that point, return after 5 glasses of lager.
Open toward the end of last month, Havana Social Club has Latin vibes, neon lights and everything that can get you into moving. With their bar snacks, for example, tacos (Ks 4,500) and nachos (around Ks 8,000) other than lagers, you can extinguish your thirst with exemplary mixed drinks like Mojito, Banana Daiquiri and Pina Colada all evaluated at Ks 6,000.
Jay, a prime supporter who likewise serves as a move educator, says: “I’ve seen that the nightlife of Yangon is tied in with drinking. I need to show an elective where you can move away your worry of the week. Here it’s not so much drinking but rather more moving!”
The Australian has been living in the Golden Land for more than six years, filling in as a move teacher. He and some different speculators have begun Havana for expats and local people to restore the way of life of moving and mingling.
As portrayed as “worked by artists for artists”, the floor is devoted for moving. The upstairs is progressively reasonable for the individuals who need to taste brew and talk. Presently, the spot is offering a free Salsa tenderfoot class from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm each Sunday.
Other than Salsa, you can likewise learn the Bachata and Kizomba on Mondays and Thursdays. Every single standard class cost Ks 5,000 and accompanies a free beverage from their Dancing Juice menu. What’s more, don’t miss Taco Tuesday where you can appreciate the crunchy Mexican nibble with Myanmar Beer for just Ks 4,500!
Address: G23, Urban Asia Centre, Mahabandoola Road, Yangon
Hours: 6 pm to 1 am (Mon-Sat), 4 pm until late (Sunday)
Phone: 09 778 779769