Chile, last surviving “piano man” in Santiago

Posted on August 22, 2011 • Filed under: Chile, Culture, TRAVEL

It is Sam, the legendary pianist black film Casablanca. But when Hernan Lavandero (73) As time goes bye plays in Don Rodrigo Bar, located on Victoria Street Subercaseaux, all the guests are connected with the sad nostalgia evoked Bogart.

This bowling set up in 1988 by the author of the journal Barrabases, Guido Vallejos, the Santiago discovered at the foot of Cerro Santa Lucia, one of the few surviving pianobares in the capital. An upholstered walls rather than the English, with a sign with neon lights and waiters carrying humitas. Read Article

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