Best Dance Club


Novices have a hell of a time finding Havana. The beloved Capitol Hill gem is hidden in an old brick building, and the directions on its website read like a text message from a friend who's already slurped down a few: "Stand in front of Caffé Vita, walk into the parking lot directly across the street, then look for the black awning." But Havana is worth finding. It's as unpretentious as a dance club gets—you can get away with wearing a ragged sweatshirt as easily as you would a sequined dress, and sipping a beer is as acceptable as throwing back tequila shots. Your best bet is to hit the club on a Thursday, when the DJs spin both rare and popular soul. Just be prepared for the drunk girls to start swaying and singing along when the Supremes' "Can't Hurry Love" comes on. ERIKA HOBART 1010 E. Pike St., 323-2822,

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