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Twirling fringe dresses, tapping shoes and a spicy tune to match. Walk into the Granada most nights and you'll feel as if you've been transported to another era, where couples dance in sync in duple-pulse. It may be intimidating to first-timers, but there are weekly group lessons in the early half of the evenings, when instructors are on hand to teach the basics. It's completely OK to come here alone, too; the custom is that partners rotate after every song. For a cover as low as $5, you gain access to dance lessons that feel more like a festive dance party. They also do nights featuring bachata, a dance that is essentially salsa's more sensual cousin. There is a full bar and you can also stop in for dinner and bottle service. If you plan to dance, wear comfortable shoes.