Club de Clases y Tropas
This abandoned ruin was once the favorite hangout of General Noriega, though it was virtually destroyed during the 1989 US invasion....
Paseo las Bóvedas
This esplanade runs along the top of the sea wall built by the Spanish to protect the city. From here, you can see the Puente de las...
Museo de Arte Religioso Colonial
Housed beside the ruins of the Iglesia y Convento de Santo Domingo, the Museo de Arte Religioso Colonial has a collection of...
With exposed brick walls and a small, intimate stage, this jazz club wouldn’t feel out of place in Greenwich Village. As the night wears...
Manolo’s immerses you in tropical tastes, rescuing what’s native, toying with flavors, paring them down and surprising you. Tiny courses...
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Brooklyn Cafe information
Owned by a warm Panamanian woman who fondly recalls her time in the States, this NYC-style cafe is the perfect spot to linger over a frothy cappuccino and a buttery muffin. Of course, those with bigger appetites should stop by for the daily plato ejecutivo , a slightly more-upscale version of the traditional Panamanian lunch served in restaurants throughout the country.
Although it's only been around for a short while, the Brooklyn Cafe is fixing to become the neighborhood coffee shop and it's already won a mountain of praise from scores of devotees.