Café Coca Cola

Café Coca Cola

Santa Ana
  • Casual
  • Local Cuisine

Café Coca Cola (est. 1875) boasts of being the oldest café in Panama City. The name came later when Panama and Cuba became the first places outside the US to bottle Coca-Cola in 1906. Another history factoid: Che Guevara stayed in a room upstairs. At the far end of Avenida Central near Plaza Santa Ana, it's a short walk from touristy Casco Viejo for a typical Panamanian breakfast and a sampling of local color. As waitresses bustle about, old men from the neighborhood read the morning papers or play chess. Side streets are a bit sketchy, but the café is at a busy intersection.

+507 228-7687

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Cafe Coca Cola, Avenida Central, Panama

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General impression
Excellent
Vic BE has been to and reviewed Café Coca Cola

Added 1 year ago

great place to meet locals and also very good food for a very good price /value. I loved the atmosphere and the breakfast I had.

Didier has been to and rated Café Coca Cola

Added 1 year ago

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