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La Catedral Club

Sarmiento 4006, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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The craziest and most awesome place!

This place is something else! It's got this gypsy feel to it with all furniture and decore looking... read more

Reviewed 28 July 2011
OlgaBrosh
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Toronto, Canada
UNIQUE FUN AND ROMANTIC

I felt like I had been transported to such a sweet place. We went on a Tuesday night and it was... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2011
golisa
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Los Angeles, California
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Sarmiento 4006, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Reviewed 28 July 2011

This place is something else! It's got this gypsy feel to it with all furniture and decore looking like it's the most unmatching collection from a yard sale. It feels a bit weird at first but it really grows on you and by the end...More

3  Thank OlgaBrosh
Reviewed 28 June 2011

I felt like I had been transported to such a sweet place. We went on a Tuesday night and it was packed. Get there around 8pm for a table and better food service. The dance lessons start at 8pm. It's an enormous old warehouse sweetly...More

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Reviewed 22 April 2009

I have been twice on Tuesday nights. It costs 15 pesos to get in which includes a free tango lesson for beginners. I still haven´t mustered up the courage to dance but have gone just to hang out with friends, people watch, and drink cheap...More

Thank VixeMainha
Reviewed 25 March 2009

This is a funky, modern Tango dancehall in Buenos Aires. It has a reclaimed warehouse feel to it and mostly attracts a young, 'nuevo tango' crowd. Several nights a week it is open to the public for tango dances, known as 'milongas', and group classes....More

Thank RachelBsAs
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m261
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Response from Debra K | Reviewed this property |
We certainly didn't need Spanish to get in the door and hang out. Pretty sure the classes here are taught in Spanish, but dance is a universal language, so my guess is you could even take a dance class without knowing much... More
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