La tana cabo de palos

La tana cabo de palos

La tana cabo de palos

Venezuela restaurant

Isidro el Sabio, father of my father-in-law Diego Romero, supposedly settled in Cabo de Palos at the beginning of the last century, with a grocery store and other complementary items, to serve the few inhabitants of this corner, composed exclusively of fishermen, lighthouse keepers and coastal surveillance posts.
Finally, and under the protection of the first vacationers who made their appearance in this paradisiacal place, without electricity or running water, it was transformed into a kind of bar, house of meals and musical casino.

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The origins of this mythical establishment date back to the beginning of the last century, when its former owners settled in Cabo de Palos and opened the doors of a grocery store to meet the needs of fishermen and lighthouse keepers. Another neighbor was dedicated to the sale of fish.
Among the restaurant’s recommendations, you will find grilled squid, Cabo de Palos Grouper, Cabo de Palos Dentex with sautéed garlic, rice with lobster, and many other seafood dishes.

Miramar cabo de palos

Inside, La Tana has a large dining room for those who prefer air conditioning and a treatment a little further away from the hustle and bustle of the terrace. Between the two spaces there is a capacity for two hundred and eighty diners.
But that is not all. In La Tana they have been bringing other products of the sea that are not found in the fishmongers and squares of Cartagena and that the client, foreigner or not, that sits down to the table is grateful to find by the difficulty that supposes to see it in other letters of near premises like the ortiguillas or seafood directly brought of Cambados, like infinity of pieces of shell.

La tana cabo de palos en línea

Georgia O’Keeffe (Sun Prairie, November 15, 1887 – Santa Fe, March 6, 1986) was an American artist, known especially for her paintings of flowers, New York skyscrapers, and New Mexico landscapes. O’Keeffe has been recognized as the “mother of American modernism.”[1][2][3] O’Keeffe was born in New York City in 1919.
She moved to New York in 1918 at Stieglitz’s request and began working professionally as an artist. They developed a professional but also personal relationship, marrying in 1924. O’Keeffe created many forms of abstract art, including close-ups of flowers, such as the Red Canna paintings, which many believed represented women’s genitalia, although she denied that intention. Her relationship to the depiction of women’s sexuality was also fueled by sensually explicit photographs that Stieglitz had taken and exhibited of O’Keeffe.
In 2014, the 1932 work “Jimson Weed” sold for $44.4 million,[11] more than three times the previous world auction record for any female artist. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum was founded in 1997 in Santa Fe.

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