Gringo Night in Cuenca is a popular night activity.
Every Friday night at Fabiano's Pizzeria, gringos meet for dinner and a few drinks.
Also on Friday nights, California Kitchen is a popular Gringo Night locale.
And on Tuesday nights, there's Gringo Night at Di Bacco Restaurant, where another good crowd hangs out.
Fabiano's Pizzeria is located at Presidente Córdova and Mariano Cueva, in downtown Cuenca. Fabiano and his family spent several years in the US, so they know how to do pizza.
California Kitchen also has a Gringo Night on Friday nights. Most people start showing up around 7, and many then stay for dinner.
Tuesday's Gringo Night happens at Di Bacco, on Tarqui between Bolívar and Gran Colombia. Walk in and you'll see a crowd near the bar. Many stay on for an Italian-influenced meal. The owner and the chef each spent many years working in Italian restaurants in New York City.
Di Bacco also hosts "newbie" Gringo Night on some Thursdays, for people new to Cuenca and all it has to offer. This one usually runs during the winter months, when lots of people are here checking out what Cuenca has to offer, or have just moved here.
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