Flamenco & Paella

Friday, December 10th, 8 pm 


Enjoy a meat or seafood paella while watching a flamenco dance show presented by La Candela Flamenco Company.


Don't miss this exciting and one-of-a-kind flamenco event!  


 For the first time in Atlanta, La Candela Company presents a hybrid show created in collaboration with artists from Seville, Spain. Spanish artists are featured on a huge LED screen and accompany Ania's live performance.


Baile/Dance: Ania "La Candela"

Cante/Voice: Karina Silva

Toque/Guitar: Francesca Turchetti


Bravo! Venue

4120 Chattahoochee Trace Suite C

Duluth, GA 30097



Meat Paella

Seafood Paella


 The event is BYOB, and you are welcome to bring a beverage of your choice.

*Tickets are non-refundable.

Menu Paella:


Valencian D.O. rice, sirloin pork roast, pork tenderloin, pork ribs, extra virgin olive oil, saffron from Castilla-La Mancha, pimentón de La Vera and sofrito are among the main ingredients.


Valencian D.O rice, wild Gulf peeled shrimp, calamari, scallops, swordfish, extra virgin olive oil, saffron from Castilla-La Mancha, pimentón de La Vera , fumet (home made fish broth), sofrito and alioli sauce are among the main ingredients.

About the chef:

Paella will be prepared by Alejandro Montes-Granada,  the owner and executive chef of The Spaniard with more than 20 years of experience making paellas. He was born in Gijon, Asturias in Northern Spain Alejandro the foundation of his learning comes from experience from traveling throughout Spain and cooking for loved ones. His knowledge of traditional Spanish cuisine developed primarily from his childhood and from his mother, Maria Asuncion, who according to Alejandro, is the best cook in the world and in observing and helping his father, Luis, cook paellas in an open fire on the banks of the Tajo River.

Bravo! Venue

Bravo! Venue is a modern event hall offering a cozy and unique atmosphere in Duluth, minutes from Johns Creek.

What is paella?

Paella is a centuries-old traditional rice dish from Spain. It is part of the fiber of Spanish life and the product of many generations of fine eating. The native land of paella is Valencia, Spain. Paella is most certainly not one dish, it is endless dishes made with almost any ingredient. It is a technique for making many rice dishes that are generally united by the eye-catching paella pan in which they cook and by their cooking method. The flavor depends on the ingredients that are combined with the rice and from which the rice soaks up its flavors. Paella marries the robust Mediterranean flavors of olive oil, garlic, tomatoes, and peppers with rice, broth, and meat, fish, or vegetables to create a healthy grain-based meal that will gratify the senses and be the centerpiece for exciting entertainment.

In the words of Placido Domingo, "Paella is the magnificent rice dish from my native Spain. It is the quintessential dish of Spain, a veritable symphony of colors and flavors that delights both the eye and the palate."