Carolina’s & Carolé's show combines the pulsating sounds of footwork, songs, castanets, syncopated hand clapping and guitar, painting a visual canvas in movement through dance. The relationship between all of these rhythmic essentials is riveting. The heart and spirit of Flamenco is a force beyond reason, one in which emotion and instinct take over and are expressed and fulfilled in the moment. So, if you are ready for dance and music with passion, don't miss Ballet Flamenco.
Morocco's performances October 12 & December 14 at 6:30 pm
876 Castro Street, Mt View 24/7 Ticket Hotline: 1-800-838-3006 Buy tickets Now
2868 Mission Street, San Francisco 24/7 Ticket Hotline: 1-800-838-3006 Buy tickets Now
Carolina & Carolé bring their polished, passionate, and fiery traditions of Spain to San Francisco Bay Area with an international cast of Spanish dancers and musicians.
for more information call 510-504-4448
Best to arrive 30 minutes before show times and to allow for trafic and parking. Easy parking next store or across the street is available. Please don't forget to tip the wait staff. Remember good things take time, patiences it the key to everyone have a night to be remembered.
A Landmark Location:In 1918 it housed one of San Francisco's most infamous speakeasies and became one of the most famous restaurants in the city. Peña Pachamama was formerly Amelio's, a famous fine dining establishment where Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe had their wedding dinner. The Kennedys were frequent guests. In the upstairs dining room Clark Gable and Carole Lombard rendezvoused
Pachamama uses organic produce whenever possible, extra virgin olive, canola and raw-coconut oils only. The salmon with mashed sweet potatoes is the best in town. If you have not tried vegan foods the Peña is one the best places in the world to try this adventure, not that I have given up eating meat but this type cuisine is a real eye opener to the world healthy dinning. My favorites are the V-berger & pizza. The bar is one of cities hidden treasures, featuring, South American wines and Peruvian beer; try specialty cocktails such as the Mojitito, Caipariñja, Té con Té, and Calimocho- as well as a deceivingly fruity Sangria. -Richard Provenenzano