- Avenida Córdoba 5064, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Day of the Week (check all that apply): miércoles - Wednesday
Hours (ie. 22:00-03:00): 23.00-02.30
Organizer: Nany Peralta y Rebecca O'Laoire
August 30, 2013
The milonga is often attended by many top notch dancers in the Tango scene.
The only complaint I have about the place is the LED lighting. Sometimes it can be a bit bright, and instead of being able to enjoy the dance you feel as if you're on display.
The performances are usually quite incredible.
June 15, 2013
Fruto-dulce on Wednesday nights at Villa Malcolm brings a very salon crowd. It is also kind of very formal. You need to reserve tables to get good tables. Otherwise they seat you behind everyone who has reserved tables. And that is pretty much the end of your night. Dancers also dress up for this event. So, if you want a casual place to dance, this is not it. Also, something i observed, is that people usually come here to dine with their friends and occasionally dance with people at their table or people they know. It is not a place where dancers take a chance and ask someone new, for a dance. But if salon, formal-young isn crowd and dining is your thing, then this is a great milonga.
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