PINATAS, empanadas and all things Latin American will be on offer at the second annual Subiaco Street Party on Saturday at the dedicated Latin Quarter.
This year, the area outside the Regal Theatre will transform into a cultural hub of all things Latin American, featuring food, music, entertainers, dance workshops and pinata breaking ceremonies.
La Playa Restaurant and Cafe owner Carolayn Sierra said she was pleased to see the new inclusion in this year’s festival.
“It’s great we are spreading the influence of Latin in Subiaco and in Perth,” she said.
“It’s amazing to be able to share our culture.”
La Playa is Perth’s first Colombian eatery, opening its doors in February last year.
Some of the delights that will be on offer on Saturday include empanadas, tequenos (cheese sticks) and La Playa’s new salchipapas (chips with chorizo).
Leederville eatery Pinchos, owned by Justin Bell, will be offering its speciality tapas at the Quarter, along with other local Latin eateries.
The Subiaco Street Party is on from 3-10pm on Saturday, April 8.