After coming to be known as an eclectic clothing and art spot, as well as having opened a second site in the center of town, Kilombo’s flagship store on Blvd. Juarez has now become Kilombo Café. The café’s grand opening on June 30th highlighted the new art forum where artists will be able to present their art, music, or poetry, and where visitors can also enjoy a variety of hot and cold drinks along with specialty sandwiches.
The grand opening was a perfect reason to feature Sonoran born Arizona musician Salvador Duran, who shared his universal music performed with his voice, hands, and feet, before painting a mural right on stage. The evening also welcomed the folk/blues music of U.S. duo “Los Dos”, special guests invited by Ricardo Rivera, who also got up on stage to play his guitar.
The revamped Kilombo Café also offers ample space to exhibit art. Currently on display is the work of local artist Gloria Núñez, better known as “Yaya”.
Yes, it’s the perfect time to visit owner Laura Rivera, order a cup of coffee, or refreshing smoothie, and enjoy all that Kilombo Café has to offer.
Kilombo Café is open daily from 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. at Plaza Gaviotas, right next to Telcel center and in front of the BP gas station.