Flamenco and Sevillana night at the El Habanero

October 19th, 2009 by John Vink

El Habanero Restaurant will be hosting a Flamenco and Sevillana night on Sunday, November 1st at 6pm. The event includes a show and dinner.

Flamenco is a Spanish musical genre, also popular in Japan. Sevillana is a popular flamenco-style dance from Seville. Koko de la Isla will be dancing. De la Isla has been studying dance from the age of 10 and has studied dance and choreography from the University of California Irvine. Also performing will be musicians Geoff Hawkins on guitar and Virginia Juan on vocals. De la Isla will be joined by dancer Pamela Martinez.

Dinner will be your choice of Ropa Vieja with rice, beans, salad, bread and plantains, Arroz con pollo, salad, bread and plantains, Pechuga a la plancha, rice, beans, salad, bread and plantains. A vegetarian option of Vegie fajitas with rice and beans will also be available.

Tickets are $25 for adults and $12 for children under 11 in advance. Tickets at the door are $30 and $15. For reservations, call (408) 557-8914.

El Habanero is a new Cuban/Mexican restaurant located at 3132 Williams Road behind Mizu Sushi in the Grocery Outlet complex. It is in the spot previously occupied by Angelino’s Pizza. They are open for lunch 10:30-2:30 and dinner 4:30—9:00, closed Mondays.

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