Dos Mestizos Boracay Spanish Day Celebration
Spain is synonymous to romance, savory cuisine, matadors, churros, pleasure, sensuality, flamenco, tapas, wines and everything else that ignite the passion within.
In Boracay, the famous white beach island in the Philippines, Spain is constantly being revered to its true form in a place that has been a formidable institution on the island since the dawning of the millennium.
A place known for its delectable Spanish cuisine, vibrant Tapas Nights, succulent Sangria, stirring music, fine wines, dynamic staff, a homely ambience, awesome hosts and a jovial crowd, Dos Mestizos Boracay Spanish Restaurant presents an infinite lineup of surprises for the basal pleasures for the senses.
To honor the country that has nonetheless inspired their pleasurable gastronomy, Dos Mestizos Boracay Spanish Restaurant celebrates “Día de la Hispanidad” on October 12 with the rest of the world.
“Día de la Hispanidad” or Hispanic Day in Spain is a Spanish holiday commemorating the day that Christopher Colombus set food in the Americas in 1492.
In Spain, this annual holiday is embraced as a day for rest and leisure, whereby a grand exhibition of the raising of Spanish national flag and a military parade headed by the King of Spain attract the attention of majority of the populace.
On the island, this well-honored day will be exalted in a festive evening, overflowing with Spain’s enthralling culture and cuisine.
The Bodega, Dos Mestizos’ intimate reception will be offering a palatable menu of hand-carved Hamon Serrano, Queso Manchego, Montaditos, Liver Pate, Chorizo Puffs, Almejas, Albondigas, Calamares, Pescado, Porchetta, Paella, plus superb Spanish wines for limited seats only.
Further arousing the senses is the Grand Flamenco Exhibit by Juan Antonio de los Reyes of Espana Bravo Flamenco and Vanessa Vallejo of Ganesha y Ole’ with guitar accompaniment by Manuel Alejandro Alcaraz.
The sultry Spanish dancers will radiate their inner passions through their electrifying Flamenco moves, also enticing the appetite and engaging the senses of the evening’s attendees.
Knowing Dos Mestizos’ reputable extravaganza, these are just a few of the many surprises that are cooking up for this historical Spanish holiday.
So if you will be in Boracay on October 12, satisfy your senses in this global Spanish celebration at Dos Mestizos Boracay Spanish Restaurant.
The Bodega invites guests to Día de la Hispanidad from 7pm onwards, at 1,750php/head, with limited seating to secure a grand memorable day for every attendee.
Dos Mestizos Spanish Restaurant Boracay is located along Calle Remedios, the alley beside the Tourist Center in Station 2 Boracay Island. Please call (036)2885786 or +63949-998-1669 for reservations or inquiries.