Ballroom dance, like mathematics, is elegant, precise, and often performed while looking over a friend's shoulder. Partner up with today’s Groupon to The Granada LA in Alhambra. Choose between the following two options:
For $24, you get an evening for two (up to a $64 value), valid Thursday–Sunday. The evening includes:
- Two appetizers from a choice of five (up to a $9 value each)
- Two drinks (up to $8 value each)
- Cover charge for two to the salsa dance floor (up to a $15 value each)
For $44, you get an evening for four (up to a $128 value), valid Thursday–Sunday. The evening includes:
- Four appetizers from a choice of five (up to a $9 value each)
- Four drinks (up to $8 value each)
- Cover charge for four to the salsa dance floor (up to a $15 value each)
The Granada LA delights diners with a menu of fine Spanish tapas and drinks while an elegant 1930s-style dance floor endorsed by Pasadena Weekly tempts patrons to step and sway to ballroom, Latin, and salsa music. Patrons leisurely sip drinks and snack on a choice of five appetizers: coconut shrimp in mango salsa; lightly breaded crispy chicken strips; calamari and zucchini blushing from the heat of piquant piquillo peppers; sautéed barcelona wings; and crispy mac 'n' cheese balls in creamy marinara sauce. Once they hit the spacious hardwood dance floor, patrons twirl, shimmy, and sway for hours under arches and towering ceilings. On Thursday, visitors swing hips and rhythmically build ships to a Cuban beat during bachata dancing. On Friday and Saturday, the dance floor transforms into The Granada LA live salsa club, and Sunday sees patrons pairing off for ballroom dancing or lining up soberly for a contemplative conga line to classical music.
Check your finery against the dress code to make sure staff cryptologists can translate your dinner jacket as you make your grand entrance to the four-story venue.
The Granada LA
The Granada LA is a party school. Part dance studio, part nightclub, it's a place where students can learn the steps of West Coast swing and merengue one night and put them into practice while enjoying bottle service and eats from the on-site restaurant the next. If they do venture out onto the dance floor of the 1930's Spanish Revival-style nightclub, they'll be treated to live music that leans heavily toward salsa. The nightclub, like whatever village The Village People were from, attracts a variety of people: casual dancers looking for zesty nightlife, and also students of the attached dance studio.
17 S 1st St.
Alhambra, California 91801Get Directions