This crab restaurant in Pangasinan is trending on Twitter. Have you seen it? If you have traveled along Arellano Street, Dagupan City, you have probably passed by this abandoned building. It might just be “a little” unrecognizable now as it has been closed for 30 years, but this is how it used to look like:
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— Sexy Curry (@sonnythakur) May 1, 2021
According to the “Dagupan Today” Facebook Page, the crab restaurant and disco bar in the 70s was called “ALIMANGO” and most tourists in the city would take pictures in it.
“In the 70s, there was a restaurant and disco bar in Dagupan City called ALIMANGO. It had a very unique architectural…
In the 70s, there was a restaurant and disco bar in Dagupan City called ALIMANGO. It had a very unique architectural design patterned after a crab. It was a tourist delight and only a few visitors leave the city without their pictures taken with it. – Sir Epee R Rafanan
The building still stands today and here is a recent picture of it by “Pangasinan Lakwatsero” on Facebook:
Nakalimutan mo na siya? Tulad ng paglimot niya sau?
Taga Dagupan City lang me Alam
Old Alimango Restaurant
Dagupan City, Pangasinan is famous for its pond-raised Bangus. Dubbed as the “Bangus Capital of the World,” the city offers “the world’s tastiest and juiciest” milkfish.
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