Las Tinajas
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Dinner and a Dance
An old colonial home is a fitting location for Tinajas, a small restaurant serving simple, local fare (rice and chicken, yucca salad, and garlic shrimp with plantains are all on the menu). But what truly brings local culture to life are the restaurant’s dances and shows, performed every night except Sundays and Mondays, at 9 p.m. Women twirl in their dazzling pollera national dresses, and couples glide across the room in the traditional steps of the saracunde, the cumbia, and the tamborito.
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