Caramba Restaurant Showcases New Centerpiece Bar
The famous Caramba Restaurant reopened with a bang for the 2012 season, ready for their repeat customers and excited to welcome new guests to their posh new bar which is now the centerpiece of the restaurant.
Caramba Restaurant has been operating for ten years now in San Pedro and it has gained quite a large following mostly because its menu has remained pretty much consistent. Known for its large seafood menu and also a variety of amazing local dishes, Caramba is one of the island’s most popular dining stops for both locals and visitors.
What has changed over the years has been Caramba’s look, both inside and out. From expanding dining room, dining décor, outside façade to the fancy neon sign that works wonders in grabbing your attention, Caramba has kept a clean and attractive image for its customers.
This year the restaurant closed for routine renovations and when the big reveal came, everybody was left in awe at Caramba’s new look and glowing signage. The restaurant has introduced a classy glowing bar that has become the focal point of the eatery. Now you can enjoy a couple of drinks while you wait for your table, wait for take-out or simply enjoy the new atmosphere the bar creates.
It looks like something out of South Beach, Miami, but it still retains the island charm it has always had. From the glowing sign outside, to a glowing bar, bottle displays, beer towers and even glowing mugs, the bar demands attention and is sure to become a great place to hang out. You can even sit on the outside walkway and enjoy cocktails from the counter that faces the street from a cutout on their wall.
Caramba Restaurant will run its new bar until midnight. The restaurant will close at 10p.m. but there will be one chef on hand to take orders from the new bar menu which will include delicious wings, onion rings and ceviche, among others.
One thing is for sure, that this editor is pleased to have a great place to hang out in a safe and very posh environment. See you at Caramba Restaurant! - by Dorian Nuñez
Gerry Badillo, Caramba Restaurant owner Rene Reyes, Travel Writer/Food Blogger Erin de Santiago and Ambergris Today Editor Dorian Nuñez enjoying the restaurants new atmosphere
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