Latin quaters night club

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The club which originally opened in featured big-name acts. In recent years it has been a focus of hip hop , reggaeton and salsa music. Its history is similar to that of its competitor the Copacabana. Lou Walters , father of television journalist Barbara Walters , opened the club in at Broadway at 47th Street in a landmark three-story wedge shaped building that marked the north end of Times Square and was famed for the signs on the building's south side where Broadway and Seventh Avenue cross.

Latin Quarter

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His policy is geared to semi-annual changes in the complete production, with star lineups changing hands frequently to please regular customers as well as occasional visitors. The three lads came from a full year at the Lido in Paris, judging from audience reaction at the Quarter, Lou could keep them the same length of time. They must tap their energy from a secret reservoir because their breathtaking twirls and twists are astounding in pace as well as duration. They show amazing versatility with solos and group work. They lend humor and imagination and great skill to the realm of dance. In the singing department Lou features the De Castro Sisters, Cuban favorites who offer every type of American tune, including a take off on Johnny Ray.

The Latin Quarter Nightclub

It has catered to a wealth of VIPS since With its focus on hip hop, reggaeton and salsa music, the club is a great place to be seen as well as have some fun. It was located in a historic wedge-shaped building at Broadway, best known for its big neon signs.
Driving across Biscayne Bay on the palm-lined MacArthur Causeway that runs between downtown Miami and South Beach, just past the cruise ships moored at the Port of Miami there is a bridge that leads over to the ritzy area of Palm Island. But half a century ago this location was an altogether different sort of playground, and it was definitely not for kids. Modeled somewhat after the Moulin Rouge in Paris, the Latin Quarter prided itself in having the best and most beautiful dancers in the world. The show went on to become the longest running theatrical production in the world.