Zanzi bar is the only 'real' bar I could find in this small town. It's on the main drag of town, just past the church. This place gets pretty busy on the weekends, so get there early to grab a seat, there aren't many of them here. It's a very relaxed atmosphere and you'll find that almost everyone one here knows one another.
Snoopy's is across the river from the center of town. Simply cross the bridge with the huge yellow arches reading "Duran Cafe" and you're there. Once crossed you'll see a sign that says "bar" lit up. This too is a small place, with room for dancing. You get a sense of more 'working class' here than Zanzi-bar, which is mostly a younger crowd (18-30), though there were people of all age groups.
For the real adventurer there are a few local bars on the way (literally) from Zanzi-bar to Snoopy's. From what I gathered from locals and my own experience, there are quite a number of fights here across from the kid's park in the Central Square, though they won't mess with anyone other than the one they're fighting. They pretty much leave well enough alone. Near this you'll find the bars, distinctive with the "Cerveza Panama" logo painted all over.
Dress Code: Nothing dressy.
IT IS A QUAINT BAR WITH TWO FIRPLACES INDOO AND OUTDOOR. THAT AND SINCE WE WERE STAYING THERE WE DIDN'T HAVE TO DRIVE. LOCALS COME TO HANG