The interior decor of this dimly lit place is kind of "African Safari" and a little bit bohemian. The seating arrangements follow along the same line, but are uncomfortable for lounging. There's no food to be had, and several of the items on the drink menu were "unavailable". We ordered a "Che Guevara" and a martini (can't remember the name). All the alcohol from both drinks must have ended up in the martini... It was like extremely strong and poor Mr Guevara was without strength. One treat here was that they sell locally made cigars, but there's only one seat in the bar that qualifies as a smoking zone, and it was occupied. Also, the sign said "jazz night", but all we heard was reggae for five or six tracks before we finished our drinks and moved along.
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