Unwinding and Thanksgiving
FUSION CAFÉ WITH A WIDE APPEAL: Red String, located on Federico Boyd Ave and 52 St, offers Japanese, Mexican, and Italian cuisine along ...
FUSION CAFÉ WITH A WIDE APPEAL: Red String, located on Federico Boyd Ave and 52 St, offers Japanese, Mexican, and Italian cuisine along with seafood all inside its chic terrace. With its varied menu and its comfortable setting, its an ideal place for a mid-afternoon coffee rendezvous with friends or a low-key open-air dinner.
While the indoor seating stands out for its bookstore-like design, Red String’s most appealing attribute is its very singular outside seating overlooking Federico Boyd Ave. With a chandelier hanging from the glass ceiling, and a tree branching out from one of its corners, the open-air terrace provides a refreshing and comfortable sitting area where you can enjoy the warm Panamanian weather. As the sun sets, the dim candle-lighting creates a soothing atmosphere, ideal for a relaxing night out.
The café’s menu offers sushi, salads, sandwiches, seafood and vegetarian dishes, all kosher and designed with the eating balance inculcated by the teachings of the Kabala. There is no meat or chicken on the menu, which according to tradition cannot be properly digested when mixed with cheese, found throughout its menu. Its Red String salad has become a favorite, which consists of a bed of green leaves with two types of dried tomatoes, fresh mushrooms, black olives, baby tomatoes, and a special house dressing.
GIVING THANKS IN PANAMA. The American Society of Panama invites you to its annual Thanksgiving Dinner on Friday November 21 at St. Mary’s Church Parrish Hall (Balboa). The dinner will run from 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. and costs $20 for members, $10 for children of members ages 11-16 and free for children 10 and under. Non-members are also invited, and tickets will cost $25 for adults, and $10 for children 6 –15. Dress code includes dress/pant suits for women and short sleeve and long trousers for men.
The dinner buffet will leave nothing out. It includes dinner rolls, roast turkey with old fashioned bread stuffing and gravy, cranberry chutney, mashed potatoes with herbs, candied sweet potatoes, corn pudding, Waldorf salad, sunny broccoli salad, and of course a wide variety of pies: apple, pecan, blueberries, pumpkin and cherry.
Those interested must purchase their tickets by Wednesday November 19, and can do so by contacting any of the following Board Members: Sandra Abell (315-0565), John Beavers (233-5318), Phil Edmonston (215-1575), Robert Emerick (314-0480), Michael R. Fraser (207-7491), Cedric Gittens (223-5526), Marilyn Johnson (250-0799), Thomas R. Lord Jr. (315-2408), William E. Mariano (264-1465), Starr McCamant (240-8281), , Rosalind Baitel (270-7457). Tickets are also available at Dr. Charly Garcia's Dental Clinic (264-4380 / 264-3348). Or contact American.email@example.com.
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