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A simple dance hall with live Peruvian music

La Oficina is a traditional, little-known dance hall with Peruvian live music. It's a small and... read more

Reviewed February 21, 2016
Susisimo
Our favorite peña

The pictures may not do it justice but La Oficina is a place that feels homey, cozy and authentic... read more

Reviewed February 13, 2016
Scujenn83
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21 Feb 2016
“A simple dance hall with live Peruvian music”
13 Feb 2016
“Our favorite peña ”
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Reviewed February 21, 2016

La Oficina is a traditional, little-known dance hall with Peruvian live music. It's a small and lively place, but more so for older folks of for those interested in a different low-paced romantic and genuine "criollo" music experience.

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Reviewed February 13, 2016 via mobile

The pictures may not do it justice but La Oficina is a place that feels homey, cozy and authentic. The food is good, the pisco sour is great and more importantly the dancing, the show and the music is awesome. This is a must if...More

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Reviewed May 14, 2013

Late one Saturday evening a friend brought me to La Oficina to listen to traditional bolero style latin music. Upon entering La oficina, we noticed a small stage with two guitar players, one playing the cajon, and one playing just finger castanets. About twenty people...More

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