Sometimes liquor can be your best friend.
After a long day of having plans to be super hicked out and go out dancing to watched a band play tipico live.. we were all excited.
For those that don’t know what tipico is, it’s basically Dominican music, it’s a very fast merengue. And I for one, love it.
I would rather make plans to go dance spanish music than to listen to english music anyway.
But maybe that’s just because I’m latina.
After our tipico adventures fell through the cracks, we all wanted to go out and decided to head to Viva Toro in Julievets request.
It’s in Williamsburg and just like Johnny Utah’s it had a mechanical bull inside.
Unlike Johnny Utah’s (which I’ve been to sooo many times due to the fact that i used to work in 5th Ave) the bull is an additional expense, which gave Viva Toro a negative point.
But Viva Toro redeemed themselves over Johnny’s because of the DJ.
He was on point, I was excited and ready to dance.
I haven’t danced in so long!
And no, me dancing in front of my mirror with a b room does not count.
Since Julievet wasn’t up to shaking her hips, I got to take turns with my pick of dancing partners.
I danced merengues with my brother Luis.
Salsa with Julievet’s brother Frank.
Since I didn’t see him in a few days, due to work and craziness,
I was missing him so much.
Ciroc and hookah, what a lovely mix, bleand it with great music and amazing company.
It was a good night, and even though I’m not a partying person like I used to be when I was younger, I wouldn’t mind having more of these.