1630 Powell Street, (Union & Green)
San Francisco, CA 94133
Date: Every Saturday at 5:30pm
Price: Adults tickets $25; Seniors over 60 & Students with ID$20; children 3 to 14 $15:
all tickets require one drink or food order person.
The stage floor burns with pulsating sounds of footwork, song, castanets, syncopated hand clapping and guitar for a riveting display of this true Spanish art form. High energy and passion defines a new dimension in Spanish dance traditions.
In the heart of North Beach, Pachamama is a small colorful nightclub, full of charm and known for its tapas and great selections of wine, beer and specialty cocktails.
“Flamenco star Táchira brings the soul of Spain to San Francisco” – Peter Fish, Sunset Magazine
A Landmark Location since 1912, it housed one of cities most notaries speakeasies during Prohibition era, forced to closed it secretly remained opened and sold illegal spirits on the first floor, gambling on the second floor and ladies of the night on the third flore It provided a very special night out on the town for the rich and famous.
Becoming one of the city by the bay most famous restaurant called Amelia’s, a fine dining establishments where Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe had their wedding dinner. Frequent guests President Kennedy and brothers, movie stars with the likes of Gary Cooper, Rocky Marciano, Dean Martin and the Marx brothers, Clark Gable and Carole Lombard .Twenty years ago it became Pena Pachamama under the direction of musian Quentin Novia and husband Bolivian musician Eddy Navia. They created is truly an avant-garde place it is experimental, radical, and unorthodox with respect to art, culture, or society. They preforms every Friday night with their Latin all star band dancing and dinning.