Artemisa, Cuba – To honor the 370th anniversary of the municipality of Guanajay, well kwon as LaVilla Blanca, the Business Unit (UEB) of Trade, Gastronomy and Services of the municipality is planning the revival of the La Rotonda gastronomic complex.
Roberto Ramos Quesada, director of this UEB in the territory explained that with this objective in the facilities such as the El Río Pizzeria, the ice-cream parlor and the El Chino Coffee-bar, will be renovated mainly the facades, as well as the furniture which is repairing in the UEB Metal forming company of the territory these works will allow the population to enjoy the services of these establishments.
He added that this gastronomic complex has increased its sales thanks to the incorporation of the Hamburger Bar that was inaugurated a few months ago and its products enjoy acceptance among the citizens of Guanajay.
He commented that it is important that the population contributes to the care and preservation of the actions that are undertaken in these places. He clarified that some construction works will also be carried out in other commercial entities, but it is in this area where the greatest impact is intended.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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