Moments later, a crowd of ladies in floral shorts, wedges, and tight black dresses that hugged every curve, and bros in diamond-studded Ed Hardy t-shirts and popped-collar polos made their way up the narrow stairwell.
They were greeted by a lit up palm tree, tropical printed shirts hanging from a clothing line behind the bar, and by Sonora Carruseles' "Micaela" and other Latin songs reminiscent of a typical Hialeah Noche Buena.
It was Sabrosura night and the club looked more like a salsa competition than one of Miami's top hipster bars. But if there was one thing the Latin music freaks at The Garret did better than anyone else that night, it was shake their asses to sweaty Spanish music.
Here are the ten dirtiest, filthiest Latin songs, according to the mamis and papis at la noche de Sabrosura.