Lo De Osvaldo founded on December 6, 2012, was born under the concept of the classic Paraguayan barbecue with haute cuisine techniques and at the same time offers a journey through the history of Paraguayan soccer.
Our type of cuisine follows the ancient technique of using different types of firewood, fire and charcoal.
We provide meats with a flavor and tenderness that make us go one step further. The innovation will also come to the accompaniments, which receive a treatment worthy of the main course.
The birth of our brand Lo De Osvaldo is in honor of Mr. Osvaldo Dominguez Dibb - ODD better known as "The Tiger of Paraguayan Soccer".
Osvaldo Dominguez Dibb, the incredible world of a winner, in it coexist strength and simplicity. He was born on August 5, 1940 and from a very young age he liked street football, which at that time was played on vacant lots, on neighborhood cobblestones. He tells us: Since I have reason, I am an Olimpia - he clarifies - Through my mother I became an Olimpia. Then basketball player; first I played for school, then for Sport Unión
and at 19 I went to Olimpia. I remember that in the '60s throughout the championship, I had not played a single minute of any game and with 3 minutes to go before the final with Nacional, as there was no longer a substitute, the coach made me enter the court and I was lucky to convert 3 consecutive doubles and we were champions.
"Olimpia is my life". I practically played basketball for 14 years and was president for 17 years. For me, Olimpia in Paraguay symbolizes a popular image with a winning mentality, which no government gave to this country. Olimpia gave Paraguayan youth a winning mentality through what is popular: soccer.
Married to "La Gringa" Peggy Wilson-Smith with whom he is still in love today. Julio Osvaldo's father, Diana, Astrid, Alejandro, Cristian and Emilio.
Osvaldo Dominguez Dibb - ODD, is the most successful leader of Paraguayan Soccer; He is nationally and internationally recognized for having been president of the Club Olimpia de Paraguay; Under his presidency, Club Olimpia won 14 Titles, one Intercontinental Cup, three Copa Libertadores de América, two Recopa Sudamericana, one Intercontinental Cup and one Inter-American Cup.