Never heard of it ? Well what about the party freaks, no?? Well, it’s not your fault. Even if I give you the precise address you would have a hard time finding it, and even if you do, you wouldn’t believe your eyes. Why? Well here’s the reason.
Well, does it look like a pub, no right. If you go there in the morning, you may even wouldn’t notice it. But, it suddenly livens up after 9.
The unfinished architecture, the relaxed mood, the lovely crowd leaves a lasting impression on all those who visit it. The village hut-like appearance and the vintage ambience gives a classy feel to the pub takes you back to the 80s and that too a European pub in the 80s.
But, as a dancer myself, what I found to be the most attractive thing was the salsa socials that are organised every Sunday (so you basically get the feel of Europe and Latin America at one place, Bravoo!!). Some of ‘The Best’ salsa dancers in Goa and the world over come there for a night of fun and frolic, and watching them dance is a treat to the eyes!! It makes you want to move like them just for once in your life.
But, Soro has got that covered too. They also have salsa workshops and you can also ask some of the dancers there to teach you. In fact, they are sooo amiable that, when I had been there, one of the dancers herself came and taught me some moves.
And as for the street lovers, don’t get bored so early, Soro has something to offer for everyone. They have hip hop nights too (I am not sure about the days) for those who want to have a taste of old school hip hop.
And the best thing is, the crowd here is really good and consists mostly of locals and some foreigners. So it’s a completely family friendly pub and you can even bring your kids here.
All in all, it is really worth visiting. There is something in the air at this small and humble village pub that infects you and makes you feel at home as soon as you enter it.
Heyy guys!! Wrote a blog after a long long time, as I was busy with my board exams and all, but with the exams postponed I decided to resume my blog writing, thought I was a bit out of practice too. But, when I started writing, I realised that writing never needs practice, it comes naturally to you. I am so happy that I am back to writing blogs. Please support me the way you had earlier.