Nelly's Chicken has a variety of menu items, including (clockwise from front left) silpancho, french fries, tostones, black beans, salpicon and plantains . Staff photo by Jan Underwood

Take your vino palate to Bolivia tonight at Dayton fiesta 

Dubbed by as the “Wild West” of wine, Bolivian wine is a treasure that sometimes misses many enthusiasts’ radar. 

Luckily for connoisseurs in the Dayton-area, Nelly’s restaurant in Centerville is introducing Bolivia Wine to Ohio. The Latin American restaurant will be featuring four different Bolivian wines that it will unveil during Nelly’s Bolivian Wine and Street Food Fiesta tonight, July 26th. 

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As part of the fiesta, new Bolivian “street food” appetizers will also be served while Bolivian music fills the restaurant. A regular menu and wine list  will also be available during the event.

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“Renowned for their hospitality and warmth, tarijeños (Bolivians), as they call themselves, are proud of their wines, the best of which balance a distinct acidity with fruitiness,” according to 


WHAT: Bolivian Wine & Street Food Fiesta

WHEN: 3 p.m. - 10 p.m. Thursday & Friday, July 26th & 27th

WHERE: Nelly’s, 79 S. Main St., Centerville 

INFO: Facebook