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  1. #30764
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Latino's was where Bourbon Street is now. But there was not an exit fee. It was a regular disco like Clasico. When it closed I think they opened as El Toro Bar. Now it is Bourbon Street.
    Ah yes, I was thinking about the chica bar which was in that Latino Disco space back before even Rumbas opened across the street. They had pool tables in the back and you could salida chicas out from the bar in the front. The space was later converted to the Latino Nightclub then La Gran Velora, etc. I've seen about 5 different setups for that space. The last died out as other places opened and then the space was closed and boarded up until the Bourbon Street folks moved it. I was glad to see someone move in but I wish it would have been something other than a restaurant.

    Yeah, back then there were a lot of bars and little hidden jewels on the strip as well as off the beaten path, in additional to the buildings that were dedicated to housing the chicas that came in from out of town.
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  2. #30763
    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherP  [View Original Post]
    Not to argue. But there was like a 3 year period where classico was closed. 2012-15 approximately. It was all about rumbas and dlatins! Good days! Back when winners circle was open air and the bartenders would dress really nice but dance like strippers! LMAO! Good times! Sometimes I would leave the beach early to see who was in rhumbas around 2 or 3 looking for a quick payday. I got a few stunners early for 1500 pesos! LOL. Good ole days! I still enjoy the sue though.
    You're right. Clasicos did close and remodeled and eventually reopened to the public once DLatin was eventually closed.

  3. #30762
    Quote Originally Posted by Orgasmico  [View Original Post]
    Are you talking about the bar with the chica salidas and pool tables where Bourbon Street is now or are you referring to the spot that was upstairs before you hit PJs and La Roca heading towards the beach entrance?
    Latino's was where Bourbon Street is now. But there was not an exit fee. It was a regular disco like Clasico. When it closed I think they opened as El Toro Bar. Now it is Bourbon Street.

  4. #30761

    Before my time

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Why doesn't anyone ever talk about Latino's? That was my spot. I guess not many here were going to Sosua back then.
    I first came to sosua in late 2011 after 2 trips to blackheads! The old Latinos was el Toro at the time. I thought blackheads was heaven. Then I discovered the sue and life was never the same! LMAO.

  5. #30760
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Why doesn't anyone ever talk about Latino's? That was my spot. I guess not many here were going to Sosua back then.
    I concur. Horse shoe shaped bar. Willie was the manager and disco in the back. Yes it's where bourbon street is currently located. All the girls were available, Sosua had a lot of energy then as it had local spots, gringo spots and mixed spots. It was " go find your party ".

  6. #30759
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Why doesn't anyone ever talk about Latino's? That was my spot. I guess not many here were going to Sosua back then.
    Are you talking about the bar with the chica salidas and pool tables where Bourbon Street is now or are you referring to the spot that was upstairs before you hit PJs and La Roca heading towards the beach entrance?

  7. #30758
    Why doesn't anyone ever talk about Latino's? That was my spot. I guess not many here were going to Sosua back then.

  8. #30757
    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherP  [View Original Post]
    Not to argue. But there was like a 3 year period where classico was closed. 2012-15 approximately. It was all about rumbas and dlatins! Good days! Back when winners circle was open air and the bartenders would dress really nice but dance like strippers! LMAO! Good times! Sometimes I would leave the beach early to see who was in rhumbas around 2 or 3 looking for a quick payday. I got a few stunners early for 1500 pesos! LOL. Good ole days! I still enjoy the sue though.
    Clasicos might have eventually closed due to lack of clientele, but during those years it was open for a good while but people stopped going because you had DLatin and, as you indicated, Winners Circle and also The Spot and several other spots were still happening. Merengue Bar was open and the crowd wasn't in there either. I was able to get good talent for $1000 pesos out of Rumbar Bar during the day.

    Clasicos was open to the public except for the not so often private party like the one in the following video when the Bourbon Street / Anvhee folks first made a name for themselves with one of there excursions from the USA and a private party that brought people like JaVale McGee to Sosua. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WBpKyuNV-8.

  9. #30756

    Rumbas was the spot!

    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    Rumbas was very nice but it was the prelude to the night. The ladies who could stay out late or could not afford to go to Classicos would post there. You could pull some winners and often at a bargain price. In those days Classicos was the zenith of the nights. You would see more 10 s then you could count. My first visit to Classicos blew my mind. These days I prefer to score early and don't frequent the late night spots as much. Even though Rumbas is not what it was girls still hit the stroll around 3 pm everyday and the numbers on the weekend is still impressive.
    Not to argue. But there was like a 3 year period where classico was closed. 2012-15 approximately. It was all about rumbas and dlatins! Good days! Back when winners circle was open air and the bartenders would dress really nice but dance like strippers! LMAO! Good times! Sometimes I would leave the beach early to see who was in rhumbas around 2 or 3 looking for a quick payday. I got a few stunners early for 1500 pesos! LOL. Good ole days! I still enjoy the sue though.

  10. #30755
    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    Rumbas was very nice but it was the prelude to the night. The ladies who could stay out late or could not afford to go to Classicos would post there. You could pull some winners and often at a bargain price. In those days Classicos was the zenith of the nights.
    The video below is when DLatin was open so Clasicos was a ghost town. DLatin was free, open air and bigger so NOBODY went to Clasicos.

  11. #30754

    Rumbas was great But

    Rumbas was very nice but it was the prelude to the night. The ladies who could stay out late or could not afford to go to Classicos would post there. You could pull some winners and often at a bargain price. In those days Classicos was the zenith of the nights. You would see more 10 s then you could count. My first visit to Classicos blew my mind. These days I prefer to score early and don't frequent the late night spots as much. Even though Rumbas is not what it was girls still hit the stroll around 3 pm everyday and the numbers on the weekend is still impressive.

    Quote Originally Posted by Orgasmico  [View Original Post]
    Who remembers Rumba Bar when it was crackin during the day and everything was open air? That Rumba/D'Latin era was epic. I got crazy memories of those spots.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOWJPm5t6gE

  12. #30753
    Quote Originally Posted by Orgasmico  [View Original Post]
    Who remembers Rumba Bar when it was crackin during the day and everything was open air? That Rumba/D'Latin era was epic. I got crazy memories of those spots.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOWJPm5t6gE
    Unfortunately this also was long before my first and only visit to the sue about a year and a half ago BECAUSE if it was like this I would be on the next flight to rumba, jajaja.

    The Tall Man.

  13. #30752
    Quote Originally Posted by Orgasmico  [View Original Post]
    Who remembers Rumba Bar when it was crackin during the day and everything was open air? That Rumba/D'Latin era was epic. I got crazy memories of those spots.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOWJPm5t6gE
    The main reason I haven't been back to Sosua since then is the closing of Rumba. My best Sosua times was at Rumba.

  14. #30751

    Rumba

    Who remembers Rumba Bar when it was crackin during the day and everything was open air? That Rumba/D'Latin era was epic. I got crazy memories of those spots.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOWJPm5t6gE

  15. #30750
    Quote Originally Posted by TheTallMan  [View Original Post]
    Wow some real cuties in that old video, yes what a shame as if that video was taken in the past month I would book a flight to the Sue.

    The Tall Man.
    You and me both. If this was 2008, I'd live there. Didn't need WhatsApp or social media because there were so many options on the ground. Here is another cute one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oqro3mmfsxo.

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