To get to Los Altos, you have to walk to the second floor of a taco restaurant and enter through a secret door in a little Mexican candy shop (there will be a security guard to point you in the right direction). Once inside, you’ll find yourself in a relatively small room with neon lights that kind of looks like a place John Wick might get into a fight. There are a lot of seating options, a DJ booth, and a long bar that serves pretty good cocktails. It’s definitely more mainstream here, with a pop soundtrack that has a 75% chance of including some remixed version of “Moves Like Jagger,” but it’s still your best bet for a club in Little Havana.
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