July 11, 2023

Dine, Drink, Dance

Round up your friends and lace up your dancing shoes, Ritmo Caliente Academy is teaching you how to SALSA!

Traditional Napoletana pizza

Join us on Tuesday evenings for dinner at Servo restaurant, before making your way upstairs to The Red Room to get a little spicy... From 9:30pm, you can boogie with Lilliana and the talented team from Ritmo Caliente. Entry is free for diners in Servo or The Garden!

Every Tuesday, Ritmo Caliente offer lessons in salsa, bachata and kizomba. Classes start at 6:30pm, with casual social dancing from 9:30pm. Hosted by one of WA's finest salsa performers and leading salsa and bachata instructors, Lilliana and her team embody the essence and feel of true street Latin dancing.


Salsa is a popular dance (and musical) style that rose to prominence in mid 70’s New York. It has strong influences from Latin America, particularly Puerto Rico, and Cuba. The movements of salsa have origins in Cuban Son, Cha-cha-cha, Mambo, and other dance forms.

Bachata is an increasingly popular dance style that originated in the Dominican Republic. Today, it is danced all over the world. It has evolved into styles from Dominican to Sensual, Moderna, Madrid, Bachatatango and Nueva. The movements can incorporate fusion with other dance styles.

Kizomba is a West African style of dance, originating in Angola. The style relatively new on the world stage and is quickly growing in popularity. It is a derivative of Semba. The music is often sensual & romantic, with the songs traditionally sung in Portuguese.