Check out our Salsa Sunday night to learn choreographed moves and to hear local salsa band Orquesta Primo. Orquesta Primo performs its version of traditional salsa music, layering tightly woven percussion intertwined with stand up bass and piano.
*Salsa Dance Lessons at 8:30pm. Doors open at 8 p.m.
Located a block from the Pacific Coast Highway, and just 3/4 miles West of Hwy. 5, the Belly Up is located in Solana Beach’s Cedros Design District. Belly Up is located a mere 1.5 blocks south of the Coaster train stop—a safe and inexpensive way to get to the Belly Up from as far north as Los Angeles and as far south as the Border.
From Los Angeles:
Coming south from Los Angeles to Hwy 5 (Interstate 5) take the Lomas Santa Fe exist, go right (west) about 3/4 miles to Cedros. Turn left. You’ll see the Belly Up about 1 block down on the right side. (Additionally, you may want to consider riding the train to the Coaster stop)
From San Diego:
Coming north from San Diego on Hwy 5 (Interstate 5) take the Via de la Valle exit, go left (west) about 3/4 miles to Cedros Ave. Turn right. You’ll see the Belly Up about 1/2 mile down the street on the left. (Additionally, you may want to consider riding the train to the Coaster stop)