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1344 NW 36th STREET  |  MIAMI, FLORIDA 33142

EST. 1985

About

Us

Club Típico Dominicano, hailed as Miami's "Best Latin Club" by the Miami New Times, was established in 1987 by Dominican Republic-native Luis De La Cruz. The restaurant and nightclub is a family-owned business situated in Miami's up-and-coming Allapattah District. Perfect for casual, business, or formal dining, Club Típico offers a pleasant, yet lively, family-oriented atmosphere. Upholding it’s reputation for serving the most authentic Dominican food in South Florida, playing the latest hits, and it’s roster of top-notch performing artists, Club Tipico is the quintessential symbol of Latin food and music for the soul. So whether you’re looking to relive, experience for the first time, or simply indulge in the traditionally festive spirit of the Dominican culture, look no further than that legendary red building with the white shutters!

Best

Latin Club

"If you're looking for something authentic, Club Tipico Dominicano in Allapattah should become your new go-to spot. This is a solid Dominican restaurant, a vibrant bar, and a festive nightclub. The menu is filled with well-made choices, from mangú (a plantain dish) to mondongo (a tripe soup). After 10 p.m., the restaurant switches gears to prepare for huge parties, which feature a team of DJs and/or live band that will instantaneously instill patrons with the power to dance nonstop until the crack of dawn. By 2 a.m. on weekends, the venue is filled to capacity with Latin-music lovers from all over the Caribbean and South America. They perfect their three-step bops and inadvertently challenge other to danceoffs of epic proportions. over the years, Club Tipico has featured a slew of artists, such as El Rey del Mambo Omega, as well as special events hosted by 106.7 El Zol's on-air talent La Gatita. If there's one thing that guarateed about the club, it's the long-standing Sunday-night extravaganzas that feature special guests, bottle and hookah specials, and a squad of DJs that keeps the night going well into the early hours of Monday."

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- Miami New Times, 2017