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Plato del Día / Dish Of The Day

PIZZA DE POLLO EN SALSA BARABECUE

Tenemos pizzas de:

  • Queso             B/. 7.00
  • Grande Salam   B/.10.00
  • Vegetales        B/.  9.00
  • Meat Lovers     B/.10.00

Pedidos a: 69823716

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Visitanos en la Villa de Los Santos, al lado del Hotel Kevin, disfruta de suculentos platos y comidas en un ambiente acogedor.

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Monday- Sunday(Closed Tuesday)
from 1130am to 11pm
 
Lunes -Domingo(Martes Cerran)

from 11:30am to 11pm
 

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Las Tablas,Panama-The 2017 Mil Pollera Parade took place for the 5th time in Las Tablas.  The event was first held 2003 in Panama City.Later the event  was moved to Las Tablas. The event was first hosted in November and then rescheduled annual to January do to the rainy season dampering things.  Well over 5000 Polleras now take part in the parade which take place from 1pm to 10pm and is televised on Ser TV. Dresses costs from $3000 to 20,000,
     Polleras are a form of Spanish colonial dress enforced sometime between the 16th and 17th centuries on indigenous populations in the Andes by hacienda owners or hacendados. Traditional polleras come from peasant dress from southern Spanish regions, like Andalucía. Today, polleras are associated with indigenous and folkloric forms of dress.

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