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Club Tipico Dominicano

1344 NW 36th St.
Miami, FL 33142
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The line forms outside on an industrial stretch of 36th Street in Allapattah and money is collected in a cramped anteroom. But this club is homey and welcoming. A central, elevated dance floor has to be seen to be believed, and the well-lit space offers food, drinks, and plenty of tables. Weekly live radio broadcasts from El Zol 95 FM generate a party crowd that dances to new and traditional bachata music till 5 a.m.

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