Formerly known as Sarao, Olalá Bar is the head quarter of one of the most popular cultural projects in Cuba right now.
Selective, secure and with a very good atmosphere, Olalá keeps the balance between the international clubs’ ambiance and decoration and the best of Cuban cultural identity. It offers specific shows 3 nights a week, where musicians, dancers and audience have a strong interaction. Once these shows end up, all fans go to dance with the DJ, who always brings the most recent of national and international music.
Placed in the corner of 17 and E street, in Vedado, it has a neutrality that allows the local to mutate during the day, depending on the events to be held or the needs of the moment. The decoration is unpretentious, simple, with walls and furniture in black and white, but with a lighting system that patronizes the versatility of the club.
Open from Monday to Sunday, from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am, this corner has became the focus of the community, being a place worthy to visit if you want to dance, listen to good music and have an entertaining night.
Karla Padrón Nardiz