Milongas are Tango dance parties, where Tango dancers gather to dance socially with one another. I am associated with two monthly milongas: Milonga del Corazon (3rd Friday of Every Month) and Milonga Plaka (1st and 2nd Sundays of Every Month and 4th Sundays when there is a 5th Sunday).
Below you will find more information about these monthly Atlanta Milongas, information about Milonga and Dance Floor Etiquette and information about my DJing Philosophy.
- Milonga Plaka
Come and join us at one of the most popular Milongas in Atlanta. Taverna Plaka is a Greek restaurant off of Cheshire Bridge Road. We have our own private room with beautiful hardwood floors. Also, the room has its own entrance and bar.
- 57th Fighter Group Milonga
Come and join us at one of the most unique Milongas in Atlanta. The 57th Fighter Group is a unique restaurant next to the Peachtree Dekalb Airport. Step back in time with Atlanta’s favorite World War II aviation theme restaurant. The dining experience is inspired with a regional twist on classic American cuisine in an intimate 1940's European farmhouse setting.
- Apres Diem Milonga
Apres Diem is a relaxed yet sophisticated take on the european style of dining. Apres Diem is an international bistro serving great food, espresso drinks, coffee/rotating desserts, full bar serving variety of cocktails.
- Tango Etiquette Part 1: General Milonga Etiquette
A Milonga is about more than just dancing. These codes are not hard rules but rather guidelines to help everyone enjoy their experiences at the Milonga.
- Tango Etiquette Part 2: Dance Floor Etiquette (Floorcraft)
When we dance tango we are dancing with our partner, the music, the floor and the other dancers on that floor.