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Coya is hosting a tropical themed party
Updated on 30 July 2017

To celebrate National Rum Day, Peruvian restaurant Coya is hosting a tropical themed party on 16th August. Think island vibes with its signature floating canapes and exclusive mixed beverages prepared in the Pisco Lounge. Guest bartender Jason Clark will craft a selection of beverages with the distilled drink. There will be a band providing the beats on the night. Guests are encouraged to dress in their tropical best (hint: palm or pineapple prints and garlands). Entry is free of charge. Food and beverage will be charged as per consumption. www.coyarestaurant.com
 

 

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