Karamba is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights—and all they want to do is dance. In fact, stainless-steel stools outnumber tables so that patrons can make the most of the expansive floor and easily access the three full bars. Alas, there is no draft beer, but each station has coolers stocked with frosty bottles. The music, both live and DJ’ed, is typically Latin sounds like salsa and cumbia, but hip-hop owns Friday nights. Sunday is gay “Pachanga” night, and the club splits in two with spicy rhythm on one side and thug beats on the other.
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