AngelVia Argentina, Al Cangrejo , Panama City, 507-263-6868Named for its chef-owner, Angel Martinez, this lunchtime spot serves delicious meals inspired by the flavors and cooking of Angel’s native region in northern Spain. Fish and seafood gain emphasis in the restaurant’s cuisine and are served with expertly cooked fresh vegetables.
Calle Eusebio A. Morales, Hotel Suites Las Vegas, Panama City, Panama 507-269-5836This upscale Italian restaurant serves Mediterranean favorites like grilled fish, pork, and every type of pasta imaginable. Start with fried calamari or beef carpaccio, and then try a pizza made with your choice of toppings. Pasta is mix-and-match, so you can have clam or alfredo sauce with linguine, fettuccine, or raviolis. For dessert, don’t pass up rich, creamy tiramisu or homemade cassata alla Siciliana – an ice-cream treat. Dine inside next to murals of Italian sights or surrounded by tropical vegetation on the patio.
Café El Barko
Calle Amador, Isla Flamenco, Panama City, Panama, 507-314-0000Seafood lovers should make a beeline for this restaurant, which enjoys a location on the tip of the Amador Causeway. Lobster, king crab, calamari, and octopus are all fresh and expertly prepared to bring out their delicate flavors. The house special is ceviche – fresh fish cured in lime juice. Diners also find pleasure in the excellent selection of sushi.
El Casco Viejo
Calle 50, Panama City,Named for the city district where it was founded more than 20 years ago, El Casco Viejo now has a location in the Financial District. Its exquisite French cuisine places an emphasis on fresh local fish. Start with pumpkin and mushroom soup or traditional French onion soup; then savor sea bass stuffed with lobster mousse or veal tongue in passion fruit sauce. Just make sure to save room for dessert crepes.
El Pavo Real
Calle 51 and Calle 50, Panama City, 507-262-2448This traditional English pub, which comes complete with atmospheric dark-wood panelling, is located downtown in Panama City’s financial district. Meals range from light to hearty – try an elegant salmon mousse, richly-flavored French onion soup, or, of course, vinegary fish and chips served in a newspaper cone. Darts, pool, and live bands provide welcome entertainment.
Vía Argentina, Panama City, Panama 507-269-4353El Trapiche is constantly packed with locals – a testament to the authentic goodness of its Panamanian food. Try the Panamanian Fiesta combination plate for an excellent introduction to local cuisine. It begins with chicken soup, then moves on to sample-sized portions of seven other dishes, including shredded beef, rice and beans, and fried plantains.
Edificio La Trona, 1er alto, Calle 48, Bella Vista, Panama, 507-264-7859Award winning French-Asian fusion cuisine is presented here, with an elegant ambience to match.
Avenida Balboa-Multicentro, Radisson Decapolis Hotel, Panama, 0833-0293 507-215-5000Combining the best of Asian cuisine with ingredients and preparation techniques from Europe, this restaurant is popular with hotel guests, but also with local residents. Once you get seated, look up – that’s the glass-bottomed pool over your head!
Calle 50, Panama City, 507-265-6772This festive restaurant is operated by a couple of German expatriates, who take great pleasure in sharing their delicious native cuisine. Schnitzel and bratwurst are served with sides of tangy homemade sauerkraut. Fresh salads, and seafood specials, including herring ceviche, also find a place on the menu.
Calle D El Cangrejo y Eusebio A Morales, Panama City, Panama This is an amazing Japanese steakhouse in Panama City, Panama. The restaurant is located a few blocks from the large Casinos and hotels in downtown Panama City. Teppanyaki is a Japanese style of cooking on a very hot grill fresh meat, poultry, fish, seafood and vegetables. Great place to check out next time you are in Panama.
Cl 78 Ey Av 5 B Sur, San Fransisco, Panama City, 507-226-3838One of Panama City’s favorite Chinese restaurants, Golden Unicorn is located on the fourth floor of the Evergreen building adjacent to the convention center. Mildly flavored Mandarin and Cantonese dishes make up most of the menu, but there are some spicy Szechuan choices as well, and all are well prepared – no soggy broccoli or mushy peanuts. Service is friendly and prompt, too.
Hard Rock Café
Avenida Balboa, MultiCentro Shopping Complex, Panama, 507-208-2800A familiar favorite, Hard Rock Cafe has locations all over the globe. Highlights of the Panama restaurant include guitars from Styx, Chris Isaak, and Everclear, and various items of apparel from Madonna, Steven Tyler, Slash, and James Brown. The bar scene is lively, so you may find yourself with a memorable cocktail in hand – a fruity Riders on the Storm, minty Howling Wolf, or Lovely Rita margarita. When you’re hungry, burgers, sandwiches, and salads are always reliable.
Via España and Calle Manuel M. Icaza, Panama City, 507-266-1830This jumping joint serves food round-the-clock, making it extremely popular with locals and visitors alike. Even better, prices are eminently affordable. Order a sandwich or an authentic Panamanian meal from the self-service counter, or venture outside to the barbecue for grilled octopus or steak. Another reason Jimmy’s is so popular is its strong, hot, always-fresh coffee.
La CascadaAv Balboa and Calle 24, Panama CityOne of Panama City’s most unique dining experiences is available at La Casada (the cascade), named for the mini-oasis that surrounds diners. Colored lights illuminate tables, and a waterfall feeds a pond stocked with goldfish. The menu, an impressive 16 pages in length, features every conceivable fried or grilled meat and seafood.
Calle 51 #22, Panama City, 507-269-3840Conveniently located in the Financial District, this restaurant serves traditional Panamanian fare at lunch and dinner. Feast on tamales, frituras, carimanolas, and (the house specialty) sopa borracha, which translates as “drunken soup.” On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, patrons are treated to a floorshow featuring dancers in traditional garb.
Los Lagartos Restaurant
Lunch here alongside Chagres River at the Gamboa. As you dine, you’ll see huge ships floating by in the Panama Canal. If you ask the waiters, they’ll throw bread in the river below and you’ll be treated to a tropical wildlife food fight (crocodiles, fish, turtles and colorful water birds all vying for the bread pieces). We won’t tell you who always wins the fight.
507-269-1313This sophisticated restaurant enjoys a superb reputation throughout Latin America. The decor blends Chinese and European sensibilities for intimate dining, and regional Chinese cuisines are all represented and, in some cases, combined. Try local San Blas crab spiced with ginger or “tit pang” – sliced beef in sizzling oyster sauce. Another favorite is siu mae, a tender Chinese dumpling stuffed with shrimp and beef. For dessert, both Western-style cheesecake and more traditional lychee nuts.
Av. A at Calle 3, Panama City, Tel 228 3341Featuring a cozy dining area with thick white tablecloths, candles, exposed brick walls, and cuisine so tasty even President Torrijos pops over occasionally for lunch from his offices 3 blocks away, this is another excellent eatery in Casco Viejo.
Like any good Argentine, co-owner Jose Forestier knows his beef, and even imports cuts like rib-eye and filet mignon from the U.S. Mostaza serves pasta, fresh grilled fish, and a few chef’s specialties such as bacalao, osobuco Corleone, and pork chops with passion fruit or guayaba sauce. $8-$18 for a main course.
Calle 49 y Uruguay, Bella Vista, Panama City, PanamaPeperoncini di Mare is a restaurant created to enjoy a quality gastronomic experience, as demonstrated by the owner who has over 18 years of experience in the gastronomic world of Panama. The perfect balance between great food and an excellent atmosphere.
Calle 48 and Calle 50, Panama City, 507-264-1684This Mediterranean restaurant has two locations in Panama City – one at Calle 48 and Calle 50 in Marbella and another at Calle San Miguel and Calle 57. (The Calle San Miguel location is closed on Tuesdays instead of Wednesdays, so you never have to go without your pizza fix.)
Like many fast-food joints, you must place your own order, but here you call the kitchen from a telephone located on your table. Vegetarians particularly appreciate Greek salads and roasted Mediterranean vegetables served in a cone. Other house specials include gyros, souvlaki, and hand-tossed pizzas.
Calle 57, 2 blocks off Via Espana, Panama City, 507-263-8800This casually elegant pizzeria serves piping hot pies made to order, along with fresh pastas in homemade sauces. The food is excellent, and service is impeccable, making Napoli a popular spot with visitors and locals alike.
Calle Eusebio A. Morales, Panama City, 507-263-8571A slice of Paris in Panama is how one might describe this elegant French restaurant, where fresh flowers, candles, and original artwork create an intimate atmosphere. In true continental fashion, you can order from “le menu” or choose à la carte.
Enjoy an aperitif as you study the encyclopedic menu. Then, start with creamy leek soup or hearts of palm salad, followed by pâté maison or spinach quiche (a house specialty.) Tenderloin steak au poivre and trout meunière are two of the most popular entrees. Vegetarians rejoice – 1985 has a huge selection of appetizers and entrees to suit your needs as well. It also boasts one of the best wine cellars in all of Latin America.
Restaurante & Bar Korea House
a half block off Via Espana, Panama City, 507-223-0176Connoisseurs of Asian cuisine appreciate the variety of dishes available at this restaurant, which is an easy walk from the Financial District. Korean and Japanese specialties are explained on the illustrated, multi-language menu. An excellent selection of fresh sushi also proves appealing.
Calle Alberto Navarro #4, El Cangrejo, Panama City, PanamaThis is not the common Italian food you find around; they have a very original and classic menu including pasta and roasted and grilled dishes. For lovers of “real” Italian food, this is perfect.
Calle Eusebio A. Morales, Panama City, 507-263-8310The chef-owner of 1985 employs his culinary talents here to whip up traditional Swiss favorites. Swiss sausages, dill-marinated salmon, and cheese fondue make delicious appetizers, whilst wienerschnitzel with sauerkraut can’t be beat for a main course. A variety of pasta dishes aims to suit vegetarians.
Sushi & Martini Bar
Avenida Balboa-Multicentro, Radisson Decapolis Hotel, 0833-0293 507-215-5000Located in the Radisson Decapolis Hotel, the Sushi Bar doubles as a chic Martini Bar, and provides a relaxing escape from the crowds of the city. Sleek and inviting, the bar serves quality sushi and cocktails to a diverse, yet discerning, clientele.
Av Samuel Lewis, Calle 55, Plaza Obarrio, Panama City, 507-265-1136This sushi bar comes with a twist. In addition to traditional smoked salmon, octopus, and shrimp rolls, you’ll find “Panamanian rolls,” which incorporate local ingredients like mango, avocado, and cheese. Gyoza – those tasty little Japanese dumplings – also appear, alongside edamame, tempura vegetables, and stuffed squid. As a nod to non-seafoodies, several pastas and curries are available as well.
Calle 52, El Dorado, El Dorado Blvd, Panama City, PanamaAn intimate atmosphere and hospitality always combined with a trustful kitchen. The Italian owner of the Tre Scalini Restaurants in Panama Chef Giselle Borrell invites you to enjoy her authentic and famous kitchen. Specialty of the house: real Italian pasta in a gastronomic symphony by the chef.
New to Panama City
Many of you have probably been to a Benihana’s in the US. If so then you probably enjoyed it and will be happy to know that one is now open in Multi-Plaza mall. In fact a Ruth Chris Steakhouse will open soon beside it as well.You will also be happy to know that the Benihana’s here is just like all the others. They have the same red/black décor, comfy booths, and great food. There are some differences in the menu like a Panama Special of chopped steak but basically it’s the same menu. And don’t worry about inexperienced Panamanian cooks stabbing you by accident, the cook have been brought in from Peru and have at least a year’s experience with this style of cooking.
They are open for lunch and have lunch specials from $9.50 – $15 if you want to try it out without spending a bundle. Benihana’s is not cheap but the food is awesome and the atmosphere exciting with the chefs throwing knifes around and starting things on fire in front of you. And the smell of the fresh ingredients cooking inches from your nose makes your mouth water.
Try the sushi sampler $8. It has 5 pieces of sushi. They also have vegetable tempura $4 and scallops $9 for appetizers. The Benihana special combo of steak & lobster for $29.95 is awesome. The Hitachi steak runs $16.95 and a seafood combo of lobster, scallops, and shrimps runs $29.95 as well. A main of chicken is $11.50 and shrimp about $16. All the mains come with mushroom/onion soup, salad w/ginger sauce and rice. You pay $1.50 more for fried rice which is delicious.Tel 302-6207
Calle 50 y 68, San Francisco 226-5032
Calle 48 y Uruguay 263-4469
Los Años Locos
Calle 76, San Francisco 226-6966
Calle 50 y 64, San Francisco 226-3460
Martin Fierro Calle Eusebio A. Morales 264-1927
Restaurants in the Casco Viejo district of Panama City
Café NeriEvery neighborhood needs an Italian restaurant, and for Casco Viejo, Café Neri is it. A local hang out on the corner of Avenida Central and Calle 3ra, the outdoor patio is a great place to grab a few drinks with friends and watch the residents of Casco Viejo wander by.
An elegant, yet affordable restaurant inside of Hotel Colombia on Plaza Bolivar. The menu has an array of salads, fish and meats with indoor and outdoor dining available. There is live acoustic music every Wednesday and Saturday night.
A Peruvian fusion tapas joint on Plaza Bolivar that can go toe-to-toe with any restaurant in the City for cuisine and chic. Offering both inside and outside dining areas, the shrimp brochette is highly recommended!
Granclement Ice Cream
You may have to wait in line to get your cone, but the lovely French couple that run Granclement ice cream shop will make up for it by giving you a free taste of as many of their 30 spectacular homemade flavours as you can handle; fom traditional chocolate, to Madagascar vanilla or rosemary. Located next door to Café Neri on Ave Central between 3a and 4a.
Las Bóvedas Restaurant
Set in the vaults of Plaza Francia’s old-Spanish seawalls, Las Bóvedas Restaurant serves fine French cuisine that usually includes fresh fish, mixed meats, and New York steak. There is live music on Friday and Saturday nights.
Authentic Spanish tapas restaurant, set up with a traditional dining room on one side and a contemporary tapas bar on the other. On Calle Primera near Plaza Francia.
A popular Casco Viejo restaurant known for its meats and San Blas lobsters. Cozy yet elegant, you can dine inside or on the outdoor tables in front of the stunning and historical Arco Chato.
Located in front of the old Union Club and above Platea jazz bar is S’cena, an elegant restaurant that serves continental meets Spanish cuisine. The menu offers an aesthetic mixture of meat, seafood, and vegetable dishes and a great selection of wine.
A brand new restaurant/art gallery. Dishes include a variety of seafood and meats, and vary seasonally. Located next to the Iglesia de Catedral, one block from Plaza Catedral, next to the Centro de Salud. www.Renecafe.com Phone: (507) 262-3487.
Fine dining in Casco Viejo. This colonial home turned restaurant, blends an old-world feel with modern, elegant cuisine. Hours vary so call for reservations. Located on Calle 1ra, in the University Club building. Phone:(507) 228-1017.
Bordered by the walls of the famous colonial remnant Arco Chato. Ecclectic, cozy. Excellent steaks, paella, and seafood at reasonable prices. Located on Calle 2nda in the San Felipe Gallery.
Restaurants in Boquete
In Boquete you’ll find restaurants specializing in cuisine from many different countries. Among others, there are very good Japanese and Italian. The restaurant diversity caters well to foreign travelers looking for variety. There is fine dining available for romantic evenings and celebrations. In addition, there are many lower budget options as well where you can get a full meal for around $3!!
Arco Iris Grill in the Valle Escondido Complex
Eat there for an unforgettable fine dining experience!
Main Street, Downtown Boquete, Chiriqui, Panamá(507) 720-2596(507) 720-1017eat@BistroBoquete.co The Bistro Boquete is a quaint little bistro restaurant right on main street in the middle of town. The restaurant owner is an American named Loretta. Before the Bistro Boquete, Loretta owned a successful restaurant in Aspen Colorado that catered to celebrities and even the president of the United States. Not surprisingly, the Bistro Boquete has a stellar menu of exceptional quality. It serves one of the best filet mignons available in Panama (At the time of this article the filet was priced at $8!!!) This refreshing little restaurant has an extensive selection of foods and beverages to accommodate different budgets
The best Mexican food in Boquete can’t be found on main street, although decent Mexican food can be. The best Mexican is a couple blocks off of the main on the same cross street as the Bistro Boquete. This little hole in the wall restaurant serves authentic Mexican food. Maritrini (the owner) greets every guest with a welcoming smile. It’s difficult to go wrong on the menu, but the fajitas are a definte favorite. The Taqueria is a low budget option with exceptional food offerings. Don’t miss this place!
Tel: 720-1324www.panamonte.comThe Panamonte Inn Restaurant is simply the best place to eat in Boquete and one of the best in Central America. Several publications have even said that it is the best in Panama (Capital Chef, Washington D.C.). People come to the Panamonte to indulge themselves with the inventive and consistently superb creations of award-winning chef Charlie Collins (who has catered some of the most important events in recent Panamanian history), whose gourmet cuisine combines indigenous dishes with a vast international culinary experience (mainly Scandinavian and New American cooking styles). Only the freshest and highest quality produce is used, such as the local Black Angus beef and trout caught from the Caldera River. Collins created the menu and oversees the dining room which features fresh fish including trout, salmon, and corvina (sea bass), as well as New York steaks, rib-eyes, fillet of beef, plus grilled pork chops, and Mignon de Cerdo (Grilled Pork Mignon).
There is a delicious shrimp and plantain appetizer and a lemon meringue pie that is famous. In the Panamonte you will find Boquete’s finest wine list with French, California, and Chilean varietals well represented. The service is top notch: extremely attentive and delicately courteous. You can either enjoy your meal in the 1940-style formal dining area with its floral motif or in the bar/lounge with its two roaring stone fireplaces and overstuffed couches and wicker chairs that add the right degree of casual comfort. The bar menu is more casual like burgers, empanadas, and chicken brochettes.
Yalty’s Boquete Country Inn
A block and a half off main street, this accomodating B and B offers some of the best breakfasts in Boquete. It tends to be a little pricey ($4-$5 so still not bad), but the food is well worth it. Try the banana pancakes, the strawberry waffles, or the crepes for a perfect way to start your day.
This restaurant is great for both the budget traveler and also those searching for authentic Panamanian food. Patrons of this main street restaurant can eat a full meal for around $3. Some meals here can cost much less. The food is very decent, though not exceptional (excluding price considerations of course).
Amigos Restaurant is the local version of a pub for many of the new residents of Boquete. At any time of the day you will encounter members from the ex-pat community enjoying a meal, swapping real estate stories, having a beer or just hanging out. In the evenings, you can sometimes find younger costumers playing some pool or having a go at the fusball table or a game of darts.
It makes a good spot to just have a beer and many young tourists pass by as it is conveniently located in the center of town. A good place to have a nice American style breakfast, a plate of well prepared patacones, a decent hamburger with chips or onion rings, and the meal of the day at lunch time can normally be considered a typical Panamanian dish. The quality of the food is not entirely constant but the special dish of the evening tends to be fairly pleasant. Several of the staff are Kunas from San Blas.Christmas lights and torches decorates the grounds and give it a peculiar appearance in the evenings.
Palo Alto Restaurant
Tel: 720-1076Another first class gourmet and upscale restaurant in Boquete is the Palo Alto Restaurante. It offers a varied international menu based on a fusion cuisine which includes Mediterranean, Chinese, Greek, Thai and Italian. In Palo Alto you will encounter a refined and peaceful atmosphere just beside the scenic Caldera River. As it is a bit out of town it does not tend to get crowded and this can play in your favor giving you an added touch of intimacy although at times it can translate into a slower service.
The dining area’s high ceiling provides a fresh and airy environment that is complemented by brick floors, glass walls and local art. Some of the dishes that will tempt your senses are spaghettini with roasted vegetables, barbecue baby back ribs, Greek ladopsomo (pita bread with feta) or Red Snapper in a Thai Pepper sauce. The also have fantastic salads, fresh trout for lunch delicious sandwiches and burgers (try the Swiss burger with mushrooms and sautéed onions).
Restaurante Machu Picchu
Tel: 264-9308You may struggle to find a restaurant with typical Panamanian food but surprisingly Boquete has 2 Peruvian sea food restaurants and the newest one is Machu Picchu. The Peruvian chef, Aristóteles, first achieved fame in Panama City with a restaurant under the same name. There are more than 50 entrees and a bit more than 25 appetizers.
Make sure to try the heavenly rich red Chupe de Camarones (Shrimp) and do not miss the exquisite fried Calamari. For a main course, the sea bass with black butter and capers is just gorgeous as are the creamy jumbo prawns gratin. If you do not favor sea food, they serve meat and chicken dishes too. During weekdays try to make the most out of the fixed price lunch for $5.50. It is decorated with Peruvian art and traditional details. The light yellow and blue tones give it a relaxing and warm environment. Expect superb attention as the staff is amongst the best trained in Boquete and the chef often visits each table to chat with diners.
Pizzería a Mi Modo
Tel: 6-523-1628Pizzeria a Mi Modo is definitively the best pizza restaurant in Boquete and it naturally benefits from being established in Panama’s breadbasket: a wide selection of fresh and high quality ingredients is available to choose as toppings, giving you an opportunity to have your dream pizza just as you want it, or as they say “A MI MODO”. Its blue and white checkered painted walls and relaxing music give it a casual and informal atmosphere, making it the perfect place to hang out with a group of friends. Carlitos and Blanca, the owners, have truly mastered the art of producing the finest pizzas in town. At very affordable prices you as well may want to indulge yourself with generous portions of lasagna and spaghetti. Pizzeria A Mi Modo offers a friendly and family orientated environment (you may even have Naomi, the owners 4 year old, visit and play at your table) and if you decide to go and eat at the pizza restaurant for a second time it is very probable that your name will be remembered.
Tel: 6-578-6528A typical Panamanian cafeteria frequented by locals and tourists seeking to have a taste of what Panamanians normally eat on a day to day base. The menu usually offers several preparations of rice and beans, meat, chicken, fish, basic salads and a choice of soup. Plantains are mandatory. Very positive comments are often heard about their fried chicken and the price makes it seem that it is almost cheaper eating out than to be buying groceries. Nelvis Café serves breakfast and lunch and it is one of the cafeterias in town frequented by the locals who do not have a chance to go home during meal times, but who want to feel they are eating a home made meal.
Delicias del Perú
Tel: 720-1966Another Peruvian restaurant that pays tribute to its homeland, Delicias del Perú specializes in the sea food, although it does have several meat dishes. The environment at this restaurant is very nice and has several eating areas: a couple of private rooms, the open dining area, a medium sized balcony with forest and river views and an intimate wine cellar area on the lower floor. It is famous for its different ceviche preparations and we also highly recommend the calamari and squid for an appetizer.
For your main course you should try any of the corvina (sea bass) preparations: stuffed with shrimp or accompanied by langostinos, with asparagus and cream sauce, corvina negra topped with capers or corvina esmeralda with bechamel sauce, spinach and shrimps Or if you would prefer other types of meat try their fillete stroganoff, or ají de gallina, also a typical Peruvian dish. The staff is very polite and attentive and you should not have to wait too much for your meal even if the restaurant is full.
Punto de Encuentro: Olga’s
The perfect place to have the perfect breakfast in Boquete is also known as Olga’s. Their dishes are nicely presented and deliciously prepared. Their menu includes scrambled, pouched or fried eggs, French toast, fruit salad, oatmeal, waffles, cheese and ham sandwiches and pancakes. They also prepare gorgeous omelets with potatoes filled with onion, tomato, peppers, mozzarella cheese and ham. As its names suggests, it is regarded as a meeting place and Punto de Encuentro has a good amount of steady and frequent customers. Its terraza overlooking the garden areas also make it a nice place to start the day.
Other places to eat in Boquete are Dehli Barú, Roxana’s, Papa Ricco’s, Central Park, Genesis, Restaurante Lourdes, Il Panista, Al Zarana, Ana Sweets, Java Juice, La Casona Mexicana, Pizzería Il Salvatore, Pizzería La Volcánica, El Sabrosón…
Restaurants in Bocas del Toro – Isla Colon, Panama
Most places to eat are found on the main street, some are in hotels. They offer a variety of local and western dishes which may include beef, shrimp, chicken, fish, lobster, conch, octopus, etc. to name a few, with a any combination of vegetables, rice, beans, potatoes, French fries, lentils, plantain, and salad. Hamburgers and sandwiches are also available. Vegetarian diets are also accommodated. Dishes cost between US$3 to US$5 or more depending on what you eat.
The Om Café – Indian
Da Claudio (Laguna Hotel) – Italian, German & Caribbean
El Pecado – Thai & seafood
The Reef – American hamburgers and sandwiches
Bahia Hotel – Italian
Bocas del Toro Hotel – American, Caribbean and seafood
Alberto’s restaurant – Italian
Buena Vista Bar & Grill – – American, Caribbean and seafood
Liki Tiki – Mexican, caribbean & seafood
Don Chico – mixed buffet
Bumper’s Bar & Grill – Clam Chowder & fish