48 Winter Street
Boston, MA 02108
Bachata, Hip-Hop, Latin, Merengue, Reggaeton, Rock en Español, Salsa
Mojitos is a multi level venue located in the heart of downtown. The Lounge Level features high ceilings, Brazilian oak floors, exposed brick and state of the art sound. The Club Level has a lush white on white decor, with white leather couches, white Venetian plaster on the walls, chandeliers throughout and LED lighting accents. Our VIP service is unrivaled in the city and packages may include private security and private sections that open onto the dance floor. Our bartenders are highly trained, capable and serve superior drinks. Our security are certified, customer service oriented and specialize in superb VIP treatment. Our weekly Salsa Lessons are the most interactive, fun, fresh Boston Salsa Lessons you will find! The name Mojitos, like the popular drink, reminds people of the hot and tropical atmosphere of Latin America. By specializing in Latin music and nightlife, Mojitos Lounge stands out among the European inspired clubs and lounges of downtown Boston. Early in the evening, patrons can learn popular Latin dances such as the salsa, merengue, and bachata, but as the night progresses, Mojitos becomes more of a contemporary Latin club, playing popular reggaeton and spanish hip hop tracks. So whether you’re a regular in the Latin club scene or just looking for a new, refreshing nightlife experience, Mojitos is bound to provide you with a taste of Latin America without leaving the city of Boston.
Eats & Drinks
Like the name suggests, Mojitos specializes in, well, mojitos. Using fresh ingredients, bartenders at this lounge have become experts in the art of making a cool, refreshing mojito. But if you’re not a fan of this tantalizing Latin drink, Mojitos Lounge also serves many other cocktails including some that won’t break your wallet.
Mojitos Lounge contains two levels, each with a distinctive atmosphere but still linked together by their Latin influences. The first level lounge functions as a cocktail area where people can relax and socialize until it becomes a dance floor later in the evening. Exposed brick and oak hardwood floors is reminiscent of traditional Iberian decor. Located on the second floor, Mojitos Club is primarily a dance floor that opens later in the evening, but the murals on the walls are the most interesting characteristic of the upstairs area. The artwork done by Andres Giraldo, a local artist, depicts legendary Latino musicians and singers, reminding patrons of the impact these Latino artists have had on popular music.