There’s almost never a cover charge to get into Terraza 7 in Elmhurst, and while the sound quality by the bar in the small space is perfectly fine, the only view you’ll have of the band is the bottom of their shoes. If you want a better vantage point to see where the jazz, salsa, or cumbia is coming from, you’ll have to head up to the benches on the elevated mezzanine, which is like a big catwalk overlooking the rest of the bar.
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