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Black Canyon Café - Salsa Nights - (Dharmawangsa square)

By The Jakarta Team →
Black Canyon Coffee is a Thai coffee house chain that has over 150 cafés in Siam, and is extending rapidly in the rest of Southeast Asia. I don't know if it is the same in the other Jakarta branches (like the one in Cipete), but in Black Canyon Dharmawangsa, they have quite popular salsa nights on Saturdays. Otherwise, it's a regular bar sitting on a mall. If you only care about partying, no reasons to go there unless for those special Salsa nights. Black Canyon Coffee does not sell alcohol except beer so if you're too shy to dance, do a warm up before. Girls seem a bit desperate to find dance partners in Jakarta, so it's a good opportunity to meet young, smart and independent indonesian ladies.

Eastern Promise Pub and Live Music (Kemang)

By The Jakarta Team →
Eastern Promise is a friendly, laid-back expat pub with several rooms, each with a particular atmosphere. You have a quiet bar in the entrance, then a dining room for eating British and Indian food , and in the back a beer garden with live music for partying. Also on the side, a billiard/darts room, and a sports-watching room. Eastern Promise is usually very crowded, especially on weekends, with a lot of expatriates mostly above 35.

Hacienda Salsa Bar (Senayan Arcadia)

By The Jakarta Team →
Owned by the Red Square group, the Hacienda Grill & Bar is worth mentioned in this Jakarta nightlife blog because it has a good salsa night every Wednesdays from 9pm to midnight. On Tuesday as well, they have a live band playing Mariachi songs. Food-wise, it is also a restaurant (not tried) with Mexican specialties. You might want to check their website for more information: Hacienda Jakarta .

Mambo Caribbean Bistro (Bellagio)

By The Jakarta Team →

Tempus - Salsa Club and Bar (Ex- Mistere in Ritz Carlton Mega Kuningan)

By The Jakarta Team →
The Live Music room in Mistere Update 2013: The new name of Mistere is Tempus.