For lovers of latin

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Front Page -

PINATAS, em­panadas and all things Latin Amer­i­can will be on of­fer at the sec­ond an­nual Su­bi­aco Street Party on Satur­day at the ded­i­cated Latin Quar­ter.

This year, the area out­side the Re­gal Theatre will trans­form into a cul­tural hub of all things Latin Amer­i­can, fea­tur­ing food, mu­sic, en­ter­tain­ers, dance work­shops and pinata break­ing cer­e­monies.

La Playa Restau­rant and Cafe owner Caro­layn Sierra said she was pleased to see the new in­clu­sion in this year’s fes­ti­val.

“It’s great we are spread­ing the in­flu­ence of Latin in Su­bi­aco and in Perth,” she said.

“It’s amaz­ing to be able to share our cul­ture.”

La Playa is Perth’s first Colom­bian eatery, open­ing its doors in Fe­bru­ary last year.

Some of the de­lights that will be on of­fer on Satur­day in­clude em­panadas, tequenos (cheese sticks) and La Playa’s new salchipa­pas (chips with chorizo).

Leed­erville eatery Pin­chos, owned by Justin Bell, will be of­fer­ing its spe­cial­ity tapas at the Quar­ter, along with other lo­cal Latin eater­ies.

The Su­bi­aco Street Party is on from 310pm on Satur­day, April 8.

Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie www.com­mu­ni­typix. com.au d467502

Caro­layn Sierra (La Playa), Justin Bell (Pin­chos), Hilda and Ser­gio Bar­raza (rep­re­sent­ing Chile) and Gon­zalo Calderon (La Playa) get ready for the Su­bi­aco Street Party.

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