5 Latin American spots around Boston
Updated: Sep 9
By: Sandra Panolis. Spanish tutor.
"Immersion is the best way to learn a new language". We have heard that before right? But we can't travel to Spanish speaking countries every week that's why we have prepared this list so you can immerse yourself in the language without hopping on a plane tomorrow.
Take a look at these places around Boston where you can eat, dance and practice your Spanish with a Latin American spice.
Located in Cambridge, visit La Fábrica if you want to dance some salsa, bachata, and reggaeton with some mojitos and micheladas surrounded by people from the Caribbean and Latin American, don’t hesitate to join La Fábrica on Fridays and Saturdays after 9 pm and make sure you bring cash
Do you want to dance some salsa and merengue but don’t have someone to go with? Don’t worry! in this place not only you are going to find someone to dance, but also someone that is going to help you practice Spanish in the real world, just like we do at New Way.
The best days to go are Fridays and Saturdays after 9 pm, also bring cash.
Craving some real Mexican tacos or tangy nachos with a cold beer? come to Felipe’s Taqueria to meet new people while you practice your Spanish and make new Latin American friends.
If you want to practice singing your favorite Spanish songs while you drink some mojitos with chips and guacamole, “Painted Burro” in Somerville, offers karaoke every Tuesday! Make some Latin friends or join a group of people to sing the “Despacito” song together.
Right here in Boston, you can find “La Hacienda". Go on Fridays if you want to enjoy Mariachi live music with some pupusas, quesadillas, and burritos on the side. Don’t forget to order a Michelada, if you want to sing just like the Mariachis do!
Have you been to any of these places before? How was your experience? Let us know in the comments. If you are not in Boston come see us and we can enjoy a Latin American experience together.