Known for warm service, authentic Cuban jazz, and island cuisine, this Manhattan restaurant offers a cozy night out, complete with hand-rolled cigars created by an in house artisan (for a tip).
Elegance and opulence of an era gone by are found completmented by the sounds of Cuba with boisterous beats and reguarl live salsa bands. Imagine Havana of the 1950s. Authentic Cuban food is served. Located in Chelsea.
Getting its name from a bustling thoroughfare in Miami's Little Havana, Calle Ocho is known for its bright decor, big flavors and Latin American atmosphere.
This homey Cuban cafe has quickly carved out a reputation as an East Village hot spot, with spicy music and a familial atmosphere. Cafe Cortadito serves traditional island fare such as mojitos, bocaditos and churassco.
Bongo Brothers serves affordable, gourmet Cuban dishes. Menu options include a variety of sandwiches, platters, salads, snacks and sides. Their food truck can be found at various locations throughout New York City.
This cozy Latin restaurant serves a variety of well seasoned dishes and tapas in a lively and friendly atmosphere. Mojitos are the house specialty and are prepared with liberal amounts of rum and mint. Energetic Cuban music is often featured in the back room on weekends.