West Milford, New Jersey
January 21, 2004
Inside, the music consists largely of new wave rock, especially Spanish-language groups like Soda Stereo, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, and Molotov, with some Bob Marley and Cure mixed in. The crowd is fun but "tranquilo"--not too wild (though sometimes known to get a little crazy on Molotov songs), and not likely to bother the women! There's usually plenty of people but enought room to move.
La Bunga does have a pool table, but no cue ball - most come for the dancing. There is also a decent selection of liquor at reasonable prices.
Saturday night seems to be the big night here, open till 3:30ish. Guarded street parking is available, though you'll probably need to tip the guard a dollar.
(The street Fco. Salazar is squeezed between Cordero and Colon - from Plaza Artigas, it's the first right off of Av. 12 de Octubre)
From journal Ecuadorian Adventures Great and Small